Fernando Hierro

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FERNANDO HIERRO

REAL LIFE
Fernando Hierro (born 23 March 1968 in Vélez-Málaga) was a Spanish defender most fondly remembered for his time as captain for Real Madrid and the Spanish national team. During his fourteen year spell at Madrid, Hierro achieved the incredible feat of scoring over 100 goals – including 21 in a single season – to make him one of the highest regarded defenders of his generation.

He featured in four Spanish World Cup squads and made 89 appearances for his country, earning himself a highly impressive 29 goals, winning an impressive 5 La Liga titles and several European trophies at Madrid.
Full name
Fernando Ruiz Hierro

Date of birth
23 March 1968

Place of birth
Vélez-Málaga, Spain

Height
1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)

Playing position
Centre back / Defensive midfielder

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Base Version

1989

Fernando Hierro arrived at the Bernabéu in 1988 and quickly made his mark. He demonstrated an exceptional goal-scoring record for a defensive player and contributed 7 goals as Real won the LaLiga title in 1988-89.

That year, Hierro’s contribution was recognised with his selection for the Spanish national team, debuting against Poland in a 1-0 win. Two seasons later, Hierro scored an incredible 21 goals in 37 league games despite playing predominantly in defensive positions.
Mid Version

2002

An older, more experienced Fernando Hierro continued his success at Real Madrid in the early 2000s. He helped Real to a LaLiga title success in 2000-01, before being named captain that summer. He captained Los Blancos to Champions League glory in 2001-02, where they defeated Leverkusen 2-1 in Glasgow.

Internationally, he scored two goals from the spot at the 2002 FIFA World Cup™ and was capped a total of 89 times for Spain, scoring an impressive 29 goals.
Prime Version

1997

The mid-to-late 1990s saw Fernando Hierro reach his prime and experience further success. After winning LaLiga in 1996-97, Hierro played his part in Real Madrid’s successful Champions League campaign.

The centre-back helped Madrid keep a clean sheet in the final as they beat Juventus 1-0, which gave him his first Champions League medal and Real’s first in 32 years. The 1998 FIFA World Cup™ in France saw Hierro appear in his third World Cup tournament, and he scored 2 goals in the group stages.

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RELEASE TIMES
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September 2019 – December 2019

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September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020


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December 2019 – September 2020

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December 2019 – September 2020

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February 2020 – September 2020

Base version available on the second Swap Icons batch.
December 26 2019 – March 13 2020
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