Yes they did; an autographed version of the jersey is shown in the below image. The shirt features the traditional dark red and gold of the Spanish national side. The Adidas 3-stripe branding has been placed on the neck and sleeves of the shirt, alongside the Adidas Performance logo on the breast. Finally, the shirt features an official FIFA World Cup Badge (placed on every team's jersey competing at the tournament) and one gold star placed above the Spanish national badge; the gold star represents a FIFA World Cup win: which Spain had achieved four years previously in South Africa.
Spain were reigning World Cup champions when they arrived at the FIFA 2014 Brazil World Cup; they had won the FIFA 2010 South Africa World Cup. Spain were one of the favourites to win the FIFA 2014 Brazil World Cup, but they did not fulfill the high expectations of the side, being eliminated at the group stage. Spain played three matches at the tournament, winning one and losing two; Spain 15 Netherlands (Stadium: Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador); Spain 02 Chile (Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro); Australia 03 Spain (Stadium: Arena da Baixada, Curitiba). Historically, the Spanish national side has not the performed well at the World Cup - considering the high standard of their players - and the 2014 World Cup was a reversion to type.