Spain couldn't make the Euro 2020 final, with Luis Enrique's team losing to eventual winners Italy.
It was an unexpected run to get that far, so has that excellent form impacted their FIFA 22 player ratings?
Find out who the top Spanish players are below.
Sergio Ramos (OVR 88)
Sergio Ramos wasn't included in Spain's Euro 2020 squad, with an injury disrupted 2020/21 campaign.
It feels a bit harsh to see his rating drop, but he is still one of the best centre backs in the game.
Thiago (OVR 86)
Champions League winner Thiago had a fair few critics last season, but his quality is undeniable.
Once Liverpool found some form of defensive stability near the end of the season, the Spaniard seemed to thrive.
Thiago played well for Spain at the Euros and managed to get an increase to 86 OVR in FIFA 22.
Sergio Busquets (OVR 86)
At 32 years old, Barcelona's Sergio Busquets is entering the latter stages of his career.
However, the defensive midfielder played a crucial role in Spain's Euro 2020 success, partnering up with Pedri and Koke.
It is a slight downgrade to 86 OVR in FIFA 22.
Gerard Moreno (OVR 86)
Gerard Moreno had a prolific campaign last season, scoring 30 goals in 46 appearances.
He helped Villarreal to win the Europa League, along the way securing joint top scorer (with 7 goals) and picked up the Europa League Player of the Season.
He has seen a huge increase from his previous 83 OVR.
Parejo (OVR 86)
Another man from Villarreal, it was Parejo's first season at the club and he managed to get the Europa League.
He didn't have as good a goalscoring season as the previous year, so the increase is rating is surely down to his great performances in Europe.
Jordi Alba (OVR 86)
Despite ageing and playing for a Barcelona side in trouble, Jordi Alba manages to keep hold of his high 86 OVR rating.
He managed 5 goals and 15 assists last term, showing he still has what it takes to perform at the highest level.
Rodri (OVR 86)
Spanish midfield general Rodri adapted extremely well to the Premier League.
His physique makes him well-suited to the fast-paced and physical style of the Premier League, while he also performed well in key games for Spain at Euro 2020.
A slight increase to 86 OVR followed for FIFA 22.
Aymeric Laporte (OVR 86)
It is difficult to see how Aymeric Laporte is going to force his way back into the Manchester City starting XI when John Stones returns to full fitness.
Laporte has not done much wrong, but the form of Ruben Dias and Stones has been nothing short of incredible.
His previous 87 OVR took a dip for FIFA 22.
Marcos Llorente (86)
Marcos Llorente played a key role in Atletico Madrid's 2020/21 La Liga title win.
Llorente also played an important part in Spain's Euro 2020 run, getting up and down the right flank brilliantly.
He saw a massive increase in rating from his previous 82 OVR.
Koke (OVR 85)
Koke is a player who perhaps goes under the radar sometimes, picking up just one goal and two assists for Atletico last season.
However, he plays an important role in both Atletico's and Spain's midfield, producing quality performances on a regular basis.
He didn't see an increase for FIFA 22 but has kept hold of a very good 85 OVR.