European Champions 2008

Introduction

In June 2008 the Spanish Line-up was pronounced the champion of the European UEFA Football Cup after winning the finals contested in Vienna. Spain had not been recorded on the champion's list since 1964.

To commemorate this victory of Spain's Supreme Football Team the Spanish Royal Mint has struck a new set composed of one coin in sterling silver and one in .999 gold.


Details

Minted in Proof quality, the collector coins come in stylish jewel cases. The coins may be acquired individually boxed, or as the full set with both coins in the same presentation case.

Detalles - Campeones de Europa 2008
Name Face value Weight Diameter Mint run
8-reales silver 10 € 27 g 40 mm 20.000
4-escudos gold 200 € 13.5 g 30 mm 4.000

8-Reales Silver

The obverse of the sterling silver coin portrays the effigy of H.M. King Juan Carlos I.

The reverse reproduces in the center the figure of a goalkeeper in the act of saving the ball.

4-Escudos Gold

The obverse of the .999 gold coin portrays the head of H.M. King Juan Carlos I.

The reverse reproduces in the center the figure of a goalkeeper in the act of saving the ball.


Prices

Official retail price in Spain, excluding any relevant taxes:

The Set

Case containing 2 coins - 754 Euros (*)

Individual coins

8-reales silver - 44 Euros

4-escudos gold - 710 Euros (**)

(*) Sets containing gold and silver coins: VAT will be applied only to the silver coins.

(**) 4-escudos gold: exempt from VAT in EU member states. UE.