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Vitesse Vitesse VIT

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Competition
  • LaLiga Santander
  • Premier League
  • Serie A
  • Bundesliga
  • Ligue 1
  • LaLiga SmartBank
  • Liga Holandesa
Liga Holandesa
Waalwijk Waalwijk WAA

-

Ajax Ajax AA

-

AZ Alkmaar AZ Alkmaar AZ

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Heerenveen Heerenveen HEE

-

Twente Twente TWE

-

Willem II Willem II WII

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Utrecht Utrecht UTR

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PSV PSV PSV

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VVV-Venlo VVV-Venlo VVV

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Vitesse Vitesse VIT

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AS Historia

8 Basque goalkeepers

Vidal

Manuel Vidal guarded the Athletic Club net during the 1920s and made one appearance at full international level.

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Gregorio Blasco

Gregorio 'Goyo' Blasco spent eight seasons with Athletic Club and made his debut in a friendly against Swansea. When the Spanish Civil War broke out, he sought exile in Mexico. He played five games for Spain.

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Gregorio Blasco

Blasco made his international debut on 30 November 1930 in the 0-1 win over Portugal 0. His last game for Spain was in 1936.

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José María Echevarría

José María Echevarría rose through the youth ranks at Athletic Club and made his debut in 1939. He was capped just once - in the 2-2 draw with Portugal on 12 January 1941.

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Carmelo Cedrún

Carmelo Cedrún was Athletic's first choice keeper for 15 years making 402 appearances for the Bilbaínos. He made his debut for Spain in the World Cup qualifier against Turkey on 14 March 1954 and was also between the sticks for the infamous deciding tie three days later in Rome which ended 2-2.

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Carmelo Cedrún

Cedrún and Spain missed out on the 1954 World Cup because the of 'Bambino' incident but the keeper did get to play in World Cup Chile in 1962. He played 13 games for Spain

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José Ángel Iribar

José Ángel Iribar is has legendary status at Athletic Club and is considered one of the finest goalkeepers produced by Spain. 'El Chopo' is the most capped Athletic keeper with 49 appearances. He was part of the team which was crowned European champions in 1964.

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Iribar

Iribar was Spain's keeper from 1964 until 1976. He played his last game for Spain on 24 April 1976 in the first leg Play-Off for the 1976 European Championships against West Germany at the Vicente Calderón. That game ended 1-1 and Iribar mysteriously didn't play the return in Munich, which the Germans won 2-0.

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Andoni Zubizarreta

Vitoria-Gasteiz-born Andoni Zubizarreta joined Athletic from Alavés in 1980, making his first team debut the following season. He gained his first cap for Miguel Muñoz's Spain on 23 January 1985 in a friendly against Finland in Alicante.

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Zubizarreta

Zubi would go on to become the most-capped player in Spain's history with 126 apearances. A record which was taken from him just a few years ago by Iker Casillas.

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Dani Aranzubia

Dani Aranzubia came through the youth system in Lezama and was listed in the first team squad in 2000 before he had turned 20. Iñaki Sáez included him in Spain's EURO 2004 squad in which he was second choice to Iker Casillas. Aranzubia played just one game for his country, coming on as a second half sub in the friendly against Andorra in June 2004.

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Aranzubia

Aranzubia moved on from Athletic Club in 2008 and is one of the few keepers to have scored in the Spanish top flight - a stopagge-time header against Almería in February 2011.

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Kepa Arrizabalaga

Kepa Arrizabalaga was given his maiden run-out for Spain by Julen Lopetegui - a former goalkeeper himself, in Saturday's 5-0 drubbing of Costa Rica at La Rosaleda.

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Kepa Arrizabalaga

Kepa kept a clean sheet on his debut against Costa Rica

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Kepa Arrizabalaga in action on his Spain debut against Costa Rica at La Rosaleda

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Kepa Arrizabalaga in action on his Spain debut against Costa Rica at La Rosaleda

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Kepa Arrizabalaga in action on his Spain debut against Costa Rica at La Rosaleda

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