Newly crowned champion of Europe, Spain touched down in Madrid to ramp up the country's Euro 2012 party.
After beating Italy 4-0 in Kiev on Sunday night, the Spanish contingent flew home on Monday afternoon to a rousing reception in the capital.
Captain Iker Casillas and manager Vicente del Bosque proudly paraded the trophy as they stepped off their flight at Barajas airport.
Spain became the first country to win three major trophies in succession thanks to Sunday's epic win.
Del Bosque's men destroyed Italy in the final of Euro 2012 in Kiev last night to become the first team to win three successive major international tournaments, including the World Cup.