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Royal Spanish Football Federation

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Flag of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, two versions - Images by Luis-Miguel Arias, 14 November 2001, and Tpmislav Šipek, 15 February 2019, respectively

The Royal Spanish Football Federation, constituted on 29 September 1913, is a member of both FIFA and UEFA.
The flag of the Federation is white with a diagonal stripe in the colours of the Spanish flag and the Federation's emblem in the centre, or, plain white with the emblem in the center (photo).

The logo of the RFEF was presented in January 1990 by Ángel María Villar (b. 1950), President of the federation since 1982, and Paolo Rossi, Head of Public Relations of Trombetta, the Italian company in charge of the image of the Spanish national team for the 1990 FIFA World Cup.
The symbol, inspired by Joan Miró's (d. 1983) official poster for the 1982 FIFA World Cup (image) organized in Spain, is composed of a spherical shape recalling a football ball and a halo reflecting sunlight.
[El Mundo Deportivo, 19 January 1990]

Luis-Miguel Arias, Tpmislav Šipek & Ivan Sache, 28 February 2019