BTW, I assume you are working on a list of Andalucia matches, so I add what I have in addition/correction to the Wikipedia link.
One match I wrote on the Unofficial Hungary matches topic:
25-1-1925, Sevilla, Selección Andalucía 0-0 Hungary (labelled as Budapest)
The lineups as reported in Madrid newspapers:
Andalucía: Avilés; Sedeño, Herminio, Ramoncito (Caballero), Ocaña, Gabriel; Roldán, Spencer, Rey, 'Kinké', Brand.
[all players of Sevilla FC except Ramoncito of Real Betis]
Hungary: Zsak (33FC); Fogl II, Fogl III (UTE); Nadler (MTK), Kleber (MTK), Blum (FTC); Remay (NSC), Takacs (Vasas), Kautzky (Forrekoss), Kohut (FTC) (Spitz (MTK)), Jeny (MTK).
Referee: Putz (Belgium)
Note, of the Hungary lineup, all except Nadler and Jeny played 1 week earlier vs Italy in an official international match.
The Hungarian view of the match might be found here: http://www.magyarfutball.hu/en/merkozesek/1925-01-25/andaluzia-budapest
Though at the moment the website is down.
Perhaps there were other matches involving an Andalucia "selección", you could try these resources for newspapers:
> 18/12/74 Andalucia 4-3 "Romania"
It was Romania Under-23.
Lineup (from EMD): Barthori, Sandu, Dobrau, Lucuta, Dumitriu, Boloni, Atodiresci, Multescu, Ruznai, Balaci, Crisan.
> 17/5/01 Andalucia 3-1 "Iraq"
It was Andalucia "B" vs Iraq's youth team.
> 27/12/06 Andalucia 3-1 Israel+Palestine
I personally am not sure whether the opposition was a really representative team of those two countries, or an invitational team.