Spain won the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa final, defeating Netherlands 1-0 with a wonderful goal from Andres Iniesta deep into extra-time.
Altogether it was a defensive struggle with plenty of missed opportunities on both sides, but Spain finally got one to go in the goal late in extra time.
Spain scored five minutes after Netherlands were reduced to 10 man, John Heitinga sent offence for a second bookable offence.
It is Spain's first World Cup Championship, and the celebration in Madrid is huge.
The goal saw Spain become the eighth world champions of football and only the third team to hold the FIFA World Cup and the European championship at the same time, after 1974 champions West Germany and 1998 winners France.