"La Maravillas" of Athletic Bilbao consisted of Lafuente, Iraragorri, Bata, Chirri II and Gorostiza. Between 1929 and 1934, The Lions won three Liga titles (1930, 1931 and 1934) and four Copas (1930-33). The formidable attacking quintet scored 307 goals i
La 2ª eléctrica
"La 2ª eléctrica" were Oviedo's attacking line in the 1932-33 season. Formed by Casuco, Gallart, Lángara, Herrerita and Emilín, Oviedo made their Liga debut in that season and scored 51 goals.
"Los Stuka" of Sevilla featured López, Torrontegui, Campanal, Raimundo and Berrocal, who earned their nickname because of their speed and effectiveness. With these five up front, Sevilla won the Copa in 1939.
"La Traca" consisted of Epi, Amadeo, Mundo, Asensi and Gorostiza and helped Valencia to one of their most successful periods in history during the 1940s, when Los Che won three Ligas (1942, 1944 and 1947) and a Copa del Rey (1941).
"Los Catedráticos" were Athletic's second great front five. Iriondo, Venancio, Zarra, Panizo and Gaínza led theei club out of a few years in the wilderness and won LaLiga in 1943 and three Copas (1944, 1945 and 1950), a period during which Zarra became a
Barcelona's "El Huracán" was formed of Basora, César, Kubala, Moreno and Manchón. The arrival of Ladislao Kubala at Barcelona in 1951 heralded a period of success during which the Catalan side completed consecutive Liga and Copa doubles in 1952 and 1953.
El Quinteto Mágico
"El Quinteto Mágico" of Kopa, Rial, Di Stéfano, Puskas and Gento led to a period of European and domestic domination for Los Blancos.