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Name: Real Madrid
Full Name: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol
Founded: 1987
City: Madrid
Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu
Capacity: 81,044
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Real Madrid Club de Futbol, or simply Real Madrid as they are known by fans around the world, are one of the biggest sporting clubs in the world and alongside Barcelona are the giants of Spanish football.

Founded in 1902 as Madrid Football Club the club have worn there iconic all white playing kit ever since.

Real Madrid are owned by their members, known as socios, who are just regular fans who can buy a membership and have a saw In the running of the club including voting on the man responsible for the day to day running of the club, the President.

Madrid have 2 huge rivalry with their main rivals been FC Barcelona, who for political, cultural and sporting reasons have been the main rivals for Real instead of their city rivals Atletico Madrid.

Matches between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are known as El Clasico and have now become one of the most watched sporting events in the world. Matches between the 2 big Madrid teams are known as El Derbi Madrileno.

The team play their home matches at one of the largest stadiums in European football with the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium able to hold up to 81,044 fans.

Alongside Barcelona and Athletic Bilboa, Real Madrid have never been relegated from La Liga.

Real is the Spanish word for Royal, was bestowed on the club by King Alfonso XIII in 1920 which also saw the royal crown added to the clubs emblem.

The club have a number of nicknames including Los Blancos (The Whites), Los Merengues (The Meringues) and Los Vikingos (The Vikings).

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Whilst many football clubs, sporting stadiums and players are given the title of iconic for their own clubs, when it comes to Real Madrid they offer things that are iconic throughout the footballing world.

The Estadion Santiago Bernabeu is one of the biggest and most famous stadiums in world football and if you were to ask 100 football fans to name a football team, we are sure that all of them would not only name Real Madrid but they would be high up on their lists.

When it comes to players, most big clubs have at some time throughout their existence been lucky enough to have a superstar player pay for their club.

No matter if that is by bringing a plyer through there youth ranks only for him to make his name elsewhere or if they have signed a player as a top star but there are some clubs who have enjoyed a conveyor belt of superstar players throughout their existence and one such club is Real Madrid.

Stars players to have worn the iconic white playing strip of Real Madrid, which is something Don Revie copied for Leeds United during their 1970’s heyday, include Santiago Bernabeu, Raul, Iker Casillas, Manuel Sanchis jr, Santillana, Sergio Ramos, Fernando Hierro, Francisco Gento, Jose Antonio Camacho, Pirri, Michel, Guti, Roberto Carlos, Marcelo, Karim Benzema, Chendo, Amancio, Cristiano Ronaldo, Alfredo Di Stefano, Michel Salgado, Ivan Helguera, Vicente del Bosque, Pepe, Luka Modric, Raphael Varane, Isco, Hugo Sanchez, Fernando Morientes, Toni Kroos, Dani Carvajal, Gonzalo Higuain, Ferenc Puskas, Gareth Bale, Luis Figo, Xabi Alonso, Fernando Redondo, Zinedine Zidane, Luis Enrique, Ronaldo, David Beckham, Mesut Ozil, Clarence Seedorf, Steve McManaman, Aitor Karanka, Claude Makelele, Kaka, Bodo Illgner, Predag Mijatovic, Davor Suker, Christian Panucci, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Christian Karembeu and Wesley Sneijder amongst others.

The club have won all that there is to win not only domestically but also in European action and in world competitions.

Trophies and titles have included multiple La Liga titles, numerous Copa Del Rey trophies, a number of Supercopa de Espana trophies and wins in the Copa Eva Duarte, Copa Eva Duarte and Copa de la Liga finals.

In European competitions they have picked up multiple Champions League / European Cup titles, a couple of UEFA Cup / Europa League wins and multiple Super Cup wins.

In worldwide action they have won both the Intercontinental Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup on more than one occasion.

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Real Madrid History

In the modern era, Real Madrid are a household name not just to football fans but to sporting fans across the globe, with even those with no interest in any sport likely to be able to name the white side of Madrid but things haven’t always been that way.

As with everything, Real Madrid had to start somewhere and that was from a humble beginnings all of the way back in 1902 when academics introduced the sport to the capital city of Madrid by students at the Institucion Libre de Ensenanza, including many Cambridge and Oxford University graduates who grew a fondness for the relatively new sport over in the United Kingdom and took that fondness back to Spain with them.

Originally founded as Sociedad Sky Football in 1897, then known simply as La Sociedad (The Society), it didn’t take long for things to almost come to an abrupt end as members of ‘the society’ caused some to leave and start anew club, known perhaps unsurprisingly as Nueva Sociedad de Football (New Society of Football).

Amongst those to make the break was Julian Palacios, who is now regarded as the first ever Madrid president and brothers Juan Padros and Carlos Padros, who also went on to become president of the club.

In 1901, this new club was renamed Madrid Football Club, which was the precursors of the current day Real Madrid before it received Royal patronage.

The early days of Madrid saw lots of success and lots of early foundation building for the club to go on an become one of the biggest sporting clubs in the world as just 3 years after they formed, they one the biggest title at the time, the Copa del Rey, when they defeated Athletic Bilbao.

In 1909, they went on to become a founding members side of the Royal Spanish Football Federation and they then went to find a home for themselves at the Campo de O’Donnell in 1912 after years of ground hopping.

King Alfonso XIII granted the royal title on the club in 1920 as Madrid FC become Real Madrid, which is what they were known as, as the club made their first attempt at a national league title in 1929, when the club led the inaugural league season heading into the final round but ended up finishing runner sip to Barcelona, something which added fuel to an already building rivalry that has of course gone on to become one of, if not the biggest, rival in world football.

It didn’t take long for Los Blanco’s to go on and pick up their first title however as the won the 1931-32 season, before retaining the next season.

In 1931, the club lost its Royal title due to the Second Spanish Republic and the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War.

During this period, the club were backed by General Franco and in many ways became a face of the new leaders of the country.

This added fuel to their rivalry with Barca, who of course revelled in their Catalan identity but it also added some question marks to the success they enjoyed during this time as a number if incident of away teams suffering from oppressive actions from Franco’s men, including a famous incident when it was reported that players and official of Barcelona were intimidated and even attacked before and during a semi-final of the newly renamed Copa del Generalisimo, the former Copa del Rey.

In 1945, the cub had to re-group after the civil war, rebuild its training ground (the Ciudad Deportiva) and its stadium (the Estadio Real Madrid Club de Futbol) and that was all under-seen by the clubs new president- Santiago Bernabeu, who the clubs home ground is of course now named after.

The 1950 also saw the club start up a youth academy, then known as Cantera but know known as La Fabrica, and they also started the current trend of spending heavily on star name players from across the globe, which was spearheaded by the signing of Alfredo Di Stefano.

It was also during this period that the club acted on an idea suggested by L’Equipe editor Gabriel Hanot to create a tournament where the champions clubs form across Europe could meet each other, something that grew into what has become known around the globe as the Champions League.

This new tournament helped Madrid establish itself outside of Spain as a giant of the sport as they won the new tournament 5 times in a row between 1956-1960, something that allowed the club to keep the original trophy.

European and international success has been something that has continued to be enjoyed by Real Madrid, including the 1966 final when the club become the first side to win the cup with a team made up of players of the same nationality as the Spanish only side defeated Partizan Belgrade.

The 1970’s also saw some success but their domestic form was starting to fall away but a whole new influx of star home grown stars helped the club find themselves back at the forefront of the sport in Spain with this new generation of stars given the name La Quinta del Buitre (Vultures Cohort).

The 80’s saw Madrid win 5 straight league championships as well as European success but those domestic stars needed to be replaced in the 1990’s and it was stars from across the globe who were brought in at great cost with big names including Predrag Mijatovic, Davor Suker, Clarence Seedorf, Roberto Carlos, and Bodo Illgner, although Spanish stars such as Raul, Fernando Hierro and Fernando Redondo also made a place for themselves in squad.

In the early 2000’s the clubs new president Florentino Perez stated an aim of eliminating the clubs growing debts from their 1990’s spending, whilst also improving their stadium and training facilities and also spending heavily on superstar names to develop what was to become the Galactico era at Madrid.

Spending big money and eliminating debt don’t tend to work well together and whilst that was the case at Real and continues to be a massive problem for the club, it did see success start to be seen in Madrid once again despite big losses on names such as Julio Baptista and Robinho.

Big names to join the club for big fees and huge wages during Perez second era, the Galactico’s era, included the likes of Kaka (Brazil), David Beckham (England), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Luis Figo (Portugal) and Zinedine Zidane (France).

This era also saw lots of legal issues for the cub as they tried to sort their huge debts by some interesting sales of club land and property to the Madrid council but despite that, the clubs ownership, which is made up of fans who buy memberships (known as socios), continue to demand the biggest stars play for the club and will only accept success, so Real Madrid will continue to be a club to standout on the world stage and be a team to watch, which is of course something that you can do via the Real Madrid live stream services that are found on this very page.

The second Florentino Perez (president known for big spending and big debts) can be thought of as 2 eras, the Ronaldo era, and the post Ronaldo era.

Initially, the president brought in his former Galactico’s policy with Kaka, Ronaldo and other big name stars joining the club for massive fees.

Jose Mourinho was also brought in at big expense but thy would come up short in the league to rivals Barca and the would also exit the Champions League to their arch rivals.

In Mourinho’s second season, the club returned to the top of the table in Spain but still came up short in the Champions League.

The lack of European success would end Mourinho time I charge as Carlo Ancelotti would take over in June 2013 and he would bring in Zinedine Zidane as an assistant and quickly sign Gareth Bale from Spurs.

Despite breaking another world transfer record, Madrid would only finish 3rd in the league but they would win the Champions League and carry on spending.

When Ancelotti failed to bring in much silverware, the club quickly removed him and brought in Rafa Benitez but despite signing a 3 year contract, that would only last for 6 months and Zidane would takeover.

In the French stars first season in charge, the club would win the UEFA Super League, the Club World Cup, the Champions League and the La Liga title in a season that saw a record breaking number of wins on the trot.

Zidane’s time in charge was full of success both domestically and continually but it was coming at a huge cost off of the field as the clubs finances were buckling under the costs of Madrid high wage bill and big transfer spending.

After winning his 4th Champions League in 5 years, Zidane announced his departure in 2018 and that summer also saw Ronaldo leave for Turin as his performance level was dipping and his impact on the club becoming more damaging.

The then head coach of Spain, Julen Lopetegui was quickly installed as the new head coach, where he was sacked by Spain a day before the start of the 2018 World Cup as he hadn’t informed the Spanish FA about his plans to join Madrid.

His tenure started with a loss in the UEFA Super Cup to city rivals Atletico and a 1-5 loss to Barcelona in the Clasico, so it was no surprise to see him dismissed by the end of the calendar year.

Former player Santiago Solari took over but after a quick exit from the Champions League, he was also soon dismissed and Zidane was installed once more.

That led to another summer of spending with he lies of Eden hazard, Ferland Mendy and Rodrygo joining and success would soon come back.

Due to upgrades to the Santiago Bernabeu, the club would spend much of the 2020/21 season playing at the clubs Alfredo Di Stefano reserve team ground and after finishing that season trophyless, Zidane was let go and Carlos Ancelotti returned.

The club would then go on to win the league and Champions league double.

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