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A Spain 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Gold Winner's Medal. July 11, 2010 FIFA World Cup Final Spain v. Netherlands



A Spain 2010 FIFA World Cup Gold Winner's Medal from the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final in Johannesburg, South Africa on July 11, 2010.  This is one of the actual gold medals issued to the Spanish National Team squad/management/staff.  The gold medal features the FIFA World Cup Trophy to one side, and on the reverse the "2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa" logo.  Attached to a blue FIFA ribbon and presented in a velvet pouch embossed with the RFEF (Spanish Football Federation) logo.  The medal measures just over 2.25". 

An absolutely historic and breathtaking piece of soccer history.  The type of item that rarely becomes available to the public.  Comes directly out of the Spanish travelling camp from the 2010 FIFA World Cup.


100% Authentic Team, Photo Style Match

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