Spain has only ever entered three UEFA Women’s Championships (Euros), 1997, 2013 and 2017. La Roja’s best-ever finish at the Women’s Euros came in their first-ever tournament, where they lost 2 - 1 to eventual runner-ups in Italy. The other two appearances resulted in an exit at the Quarter-final stage, a 3 - 1 loss to Norway in 2013 and a 5 - 3 penalty loss to Austria in 2017.
However, in 2022, most of the Spanish national team is made up of the majorly successful Barcelona Women’s team, who went completely unbeaten in the Primera Division, winning all 30 games.
Figurehead of La Roja, Alexia Putellas won the Ballon d’Or Feminin for Barcelona and has 26 goals in 99 international appearances, and is looking likely to add the Women’s Euros to her and Spain’s trophy cabinet.