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Real Madrid Records and Statistics

  • Real Madrid Club de Futbol, ​​Founded on March 6, 1902
  • Nicknames: Los Merengues, Los Galacticos, Los Blancos
  • Colors: White and Yellow
  • Rival clubs : FC Barcelona ,  ​​Atletico Madrid
  • Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu (80,354 seats)

The Creation of The Club

He owes his first cries to a group of young people mainly from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge who, after three years of splits, became on March 6, 1902, the Madrid Football Club, ancestor of the current Real Madrid. The club was granted the title Real (meaning “Royal” in Spanish) by King Alfonso XIII of Spain in 1920

1955 to 1960, Greater Real Madrid

Real Madrid rose to the top of European football in the mid-1950s, notably winning the first five editions of the  European Cup of Champion Clubs. Under the presidency of Santiago Bernabéu, the club’s philosophy has always been held in three words: to recruit the best. 20, 20, 25, 16, and 31 goals were scored in these first five European campaigns.

Raymond Kopa, Ferenc Puskás, or Alfredo di Stéfano thus joined Francisco Gento is a 3-2-5 dreaded by all, despite the changes of coaches. Proclaimed “king of kings”, the Casa Blanca won the first edition of the Intercontinental Cup (1960) to put the icing on the cake.

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Picture: ©Real Madrid

1981-1990, La Quinta del Buitre, this Real house

In November 1983, El Pais journalist Julio Cesa Iglesias spots five players from Castilla, Madrid’s reserve team, which leaves no chance to their rivals: Miguel Pardeza, Manolo Sanchis, Michel, Rafael Martin, and Emilio Butragueño. To highlight their talent, the journalist gave them a nickname: the “Quinta del Buitre”, translatable as “the band of the vulture”, in reference to the leader of the group Emilio Butragueño.

Even if Pardeza did not succeed in winning at Real, the other four took their starting stripes at the start of the 1984-85 season. History will speak for itself as the Merengues won five consecutive league titles (from 1986 to 1990) and two UEFA cups (1985 and 1986). All well helped by the Mexican Hugo Sanchez.

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Photo: © Equipos de futbol

(Top, left to right): Maceda,  Chendo , Agustin,  Michel , Solana,  Gordillo  and  Camacho

(Bottom, left to right):  Butragueño ,  H. Sanchez ,  Valdano  and Gallego

1998-2002, The Galactic Era

At the turn of the millennium, Real Madrid again dominates the European continent and finally wins its seventh Champions League after 32 years of waiting before repeating this performance twice in 2000 and 2002. From 2000, this is called the team “the Galactics” due to its high concentration of stars. The first to arrive is Luis Figo who arrives from FC Barcelona.

Then, president Florentino Pérez offers the services of the French Zinedine Zidane evolving in Juventus Turin for 75 million euros, which constitutes at that time the highest transfer in the history of football. Ronaldo and Beckham join him alongside players already present at the international levels such as Raúl, Roberto Carlos, Fernando Hierro, and Míchel Salgado.

The Winning Team in 1998

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Photo: ©Diario As

(Top, left to right):  Illgner ,  Hierro ,  Seedorf ,  Redondo , Panucci ,  Morientes

(Bottom, left to right):  Karembeu ,  Mijatovic ,  R. Carlos ,  Raul ,  Sanchis

The Winning Team in 2002

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Photo: ©Henri Szwarc/Bongarts

(Top, left to right): César,  Hierro , Helguera , Solari,  Figo  and  Zidane

(Bottom, left to right): Makelele , Salgado ,  R. Carlos ,  Raul  and  Morientes

2014, Winner of the Decima (the club’s tenth Champions League)

The first 100% Madrid final of the Champions League belatedly smiled on the players of Real, authors of a resounding end to the match (4 goals to 1 in extra time) after being abused for a long time by Atlético. Since 2002 and a final won against Bayer Leverkusen on an unforgettable volley from Zidane, Real Madrid’s counter has remained stuck at nine. This is by far the record for victories in C1, but the tenth title, the famous “Decima”, was a real obsession of the merengue club.

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Photo: ©Manu Fernandez/Associated Press

(Top left to right):  Casillas ,  Ramos , Varane, Khedira, Benzema,  C. Ronaldo

(Bottom left to right): Di Maria, Bale , Coentrao, Dani Carvajal, Modric

National Competition Awards

  • Spanish Champion –  in 1932, 1933, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988, 1988 , 1989, 1990, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2012 and 2017
  • Vice-Champion of Spain –  in 1929, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1942, 1945, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1992, 1993, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2015 and 2016
  • Winner of the Spanish Cup –  in 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1917, 1934, 1936, 1946, 1947, 1962, 1970, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1982, 1989, 1993, 2011 and 2014
  • Spanish Cup runners– up  in 1903, 1916, 1918, 1924, 1929, 1930, 1933, 1940, 1943, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1968, 1979, 1983, 1990, 1992, 2002, 20034 and 2013
  • Spanish Super Cup winner – in  1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008 and 2012
  • Spanish Super Cup finalist –  in 1983, 1995, 2007, 2011 and 2014
  • Winner of the Spanish League Cup –  in 1985
  • Spanish League Cup runner- up –  in 1983
  • Copa winner Eva Duarte –  in 1947
  • Winner of the Copa Gran Peña – in 1902

International Competition Awards

  • Winner of the Club World Cup  in 2014
  • Winner of the Champions League  in 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018
  • Champions League finalist  in 1962, 1964 and 1981
  • Cup finalist  in 1971 and 1983
  • Winner of the UEFA Cup  in 1985 and 1986
  • Winner of the UEFA Super Cup  in 2002 and 2014
  • UEFA Super Cup finalist  in 1998 and 2000
  • Winner of the Intercontinental Cup  in 1960, 1998 and 2002
  • Intercontinental Cup finalist  in 1966 and 2000
  • Winner of the Latin Cup  in 1955 and 1957
  • Winner of the Little Club World Cup  in 1952 and 1956
  • Winner of the  Copa Iberoamericana in 1994

Collective Awards

  • Voted the best club of the 20th century by FIFA in 2000
  • Voted Best European Club of the Century by the IFFHS in 2009
  • Voted the best club of the year by the IFFHS in 2000 and 2002

Records

  • Biggest victory: February 7, 1960, against Elche (11-2)
  • Biggest defeat: March 5, 1930, against Espanyol Barcelona (1-8)
  • Youngest player: Martin Odegaard (NOR) 16 years and 157 days (May 23, 2015, against Getafe)
  • Oldest player: Ferenc Puskas  (HON) 38 years and 233 days (November 21, 1965, against Sevilla FC)
  • Youngest goalscorer: Alberto Rivera 17 years and 111 days (June 10, 1995, against Celta Vigo)
  • Oldest goalscorer: Ferenc Puskas  38 years and 233 days (November 21, 1965, against Sevilla FC)
  • Goals scored in a match: Ferenc Puskas  6 goals (June 18, 1961, against Bétis Sevilla)
  • Purchase record: Gareth Bale (GAL) 101 million euros at Tottenham Hotspur (2013)
  • Sales record:  Cristiano Ronaldo (POR) 117 million euros at Juventus Turin (2018)

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Real Madrid All-Stars

Guardians

  • Iker Casillas  (ESP)
  • Francisco Buyo  (ESP)
  • Juanito Alonso (ESP)
  • Miguel Angel  (ESP)

Defenders

  • Jose Santamaria  (URU)
  • Joaquin Navarro (ESP)
  • Marcelo (BRE)
  • Fernando Hierro  (ESP)
  • Manuel Sanchis Jr  (ESP)
  • Ivan Helguera  (ESP)
  • Chendo  (ESP)
  • Sergio Ramos  (ESP)
  • Jose Antonio Camacho  (ESP)
  • Raphael Varane (FRA)
  • Marquitos  (ESP)
  • Roberto Carlos  (BRE)
  • Rafael Lesmes (ESP)
  • Goyo Benito  (ESP)
  • Michel Salgado  (ESP)
  • Dani Carvajal (ESP)
  • Pepe  (POR)

Environments

  • Rafael Gordillo  (ESP)
  • Ignacio Zoco  (ESP)
  • Luka Modric  (CRO)
  • Casemiro (BRE)
  • Jose Maria Zarraga  (ESP)
  • Michael  (ESP)
  • Zinedine Zidane  (FRA)
  • Guti  (ESP)
  • Francisco Gento  (ESP)
  • Pirri  (ESP)
  • Fernando Redondo  (ARG)
  • Juan Antonio Ipina (ESP)
  • Uli Stielike  (GER)
  • Rafael Martin Vasquez (ESP)
  • Gareth Bale  (GAL)
  • Vicente Del Bosque  (ESP)
  • Xabi Alonso (ESP)
  • David Beckham  (ENG)
  • Claude Makelele  (FRA)
  • Hector Rial  (ARG)
  • Luis Figo  (POR)
  • Ricardo Gallego (ESP)
  • Luis Regueiro  (ESP)
  • Toni Kroos (GER)
  • Manuel Velazquez (ESP)
  • Miguel Munoz  (ESP)
  • Amancio  (ESP)

Forwarders

  • Raúl González  (ESP)
  • Alfredo Di Stefano  (ESP)
  • Karim Benzema (FRA)
  • Ferenc Puskas  (HON)
  • Fernando Morientes  (ESP)
  • Ivan Zamorano  (CHL)
  • Raymond Kopa  (FRA)
  • Emilio Butragueno  (ESP)
  • Santiago Bernabéu  (ESP)
  • Predrag Mijatovic  (YOU)
  • Hugo Sanchez  (MEX)
  • Ramon Grosso (ESP)
  • Jorge Valdano  (ARG)
  • Cristiano Ronaldo  (POR)
  • Juanito  (ESP)
  • Ronaldo  (BRE)
  • Luis Molowny  (ESP)
  • Carlos Santillana  (ESP)

Coaches

  • Miguel Munoz  (ESP)
  • Carlo Ancelotti (ITA)
  • Vicente Del Bosque  (ESP)
  • Fabio Capello (ITA)

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They Played At Real Madrid

  • Ricardo Zamora  (ESP)
  • Keylor Navas (COS)
  • Kiko Casilla (ESP)
  • Bodo Illgner  (GER)
  • Jose Araquistain (ESP)
  • Rogelio Dominguez  (ARG)
  • Antonio Betancort (ESP)
  • Thibault Courtois (BEL)
  • Cesar Sanchez (ESP)
  • Antonio Garcia Navajas (ESP)
  • Aitor Karanka (ESP)
  • Christoph Metzelder (GER)
  • Jacinto Quincoces  (ESP)
  • Predrag Spasic (YOU)
  • Francisco Villaroya (ESP)
  • Carlos Secretary  (POR)
  • Rafael Alkorta (ESP)
  • John Metgod  (HOL)
  • Raúl Albiol (ESP)
  • Fabio Cannavaro  (ITA)
  • Ivan Campo (ESP)
  • Walter Samuel  (ARG)
  • Sergio Reguilon (ESP)
  • Antonio Maceda (ESP)
  • Christian Panucci (ITA)
  • Manuel Sanchis Sr  (ESP)
  • Ferland Mendy (FRA)
  • Jose Maria Querejeta (ESP)
  • Jonathan Woodgate (ENG)
  • Mikel Lasa (ESP)
  • Ciriaco (ESP)
  • Fabio Coentrao (POR)
  • Juan Carlos Tourino (ESP)
  • Pachin  (ESP)
  • Roysten Drenthe (HOL)
  • Jose Maria Pena (ESP)
  • Robert Jarni  (CRO)
  • Miguel Tendillo (ESP)
  • Thomas Gravesen (DAN)
  • Flavio Conceicao  (ESP)
  • Dani Ceballos (ESP)
  • Sami Khedira (GER)
  • Leoncito (ESP)
  • Esteban Cambiasso  (ARG)
  • Lassana Diarra (FRA)
  • Simon Lecue (ESP)
  • Santiago Solari (ARG)
  • Geremi Njitap (CAM)
  • Michael Laudrup  (DAN)
  • Emerson (BRE)
  • Eduardo Sobrado (ESP)
  • Michael Essien  (GHA)
  • Didi  (BRE)
  • Jose Amavisca (ESP)
  • Gheorghe Hagi  (ROU)
  • Mesut Ozil (GER)
  • Clarence Seedorf  (HOL)
  • Federico Valverde (URU)
  • Hilario (ESP)
  • Steve McManaman  (ENG)
  • Isco (ESP)
  • Wesley Sneijder  (HOL)
  • Marco Asensio (ESP)
  • Rafael Van der Vaart  (HOL)
  • Chus Alonso (ESP)
  • Gunter Netzer  (GER)
  • Eden Hazard (BEL)
  • Robert Prosinecki  (CRO)
  • Felix Ruiz (ESP)
  • Arjen Robben  (HOL)
  • Luis Enrique  (ESP)
  • Lucien Muller  (FRA)
  • Ze Roberto  (BRE)
  • Antonio Cassano (ITA)
  • Jaime Lazcano (ESP)
  • Peter Dubovsky (SLQ)
  • Davor Suker  (CRO)
  • Laurie Cunningham (ENG)
  • Agne Simonsson  (SWE)
  • Joseito (ESP)
  • Juan Esnaider  (ARG)
  • Elvir Baljic (BOS)
  • Gaspar Rubio (ESP)
  • Ruud Van Nistelrooy  (HOL)
  • Pedro Munitis (ESP)
  • Michael Owen  (ENG)
  • Emilin Alonso (ESP)
  • Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (HOL)
  • Pahiño (ESP)
  • Nicolas Anelka (FRA)
  • Ramon Triana (ESP)

They Started Out At Real Madrid

  • Santiago Canizares (ESP)
  • Mariano Garcia Remon (ESP)
  • Marcos Alonso (ESP)
  • Felix Quesada (ESP)
  • Achraf Hakimi (MAR)
  • Isidoro San Jose (ESP)
  • Raul Bravo (ESP)
  • Nacho (ESP)
  • Alvaro Arbeloa  (ESP)
  • Adolfo Mengotti (SUI)
  • Ruben Dela Red (ESP)
  • Juan Planelles (ESP)
  • Dani Parejo (ESP)
  • Juan Santisteban (ESP)
  • Felix Perez (ESP)
  • Pablo Sarabia (ESP)
  • Ramon Marsal (ESP)
  • Denis Cheryshev (RUS)
  • Enrique Mateos (ESP)
  • Alvaro Morata (ESP)
  • Miguel Pardeza  (ESP)
  • Alfonso Perez (ESP)
  • Geronimo del Campo (ESP)
  • Roberto Soldado (ESP)
  • Samuel Eto’o  (CAM)
  • Juan Monjardin (ESP)
  • Ismael Urzaiz (ESP)
  • Dani Garcia (ESP)

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The Most Capped in The History of Real Madrid

1) Raul Gonzalez  (ESP) 741 games (1994-2010)

2)  Iker Casillas (ESP) 725 games (1999-2015)

3) Manuel Sanchis  (ESP) 710 games (1983-2001)

4)  Sergio Ramos  (ESP) 671 games (2005-2021)

5) Carlos Santillana  (ESP) 645 games (1971-1988)

6) Fernando Hierro  (ESP) 601 games (1989-2003)

7)  Francisco Gento  (ESP) 601 matches (1953-1971)

8) Karim Benzema (FRA) 582 matches (2009-?) in progress)

9)  José Antonio Camacho  (ESP) 577 games (1974-1989)

10)  Pirri  (ESP) 561 games (1964-1980)

The Top scorer in The History of Real Madrid

1) Cristiano Ronaldo  (POR) 450 goals (2009-2018)

2) Raul Gonzalez  (ESP) 323 goals (1994-2010)

3)  Alfredo Di Stefano  (ARG/ESP) 308 goals (1953-1964)

4) Karim Benzema (FRA) 299 goals (2009-?) (ongoing)

5) Carlos Santillana  (ESP) 290 goals (1971-1988)

6)  Ferenc Puskas  (HON/ESP) 242 goals (1958-1966)

7)  Hugo Sanchez  (MEX) 208 goals (1985-1992)

8)  Francisco Gento  (ESP) 182 goals (1953-1971)

9)  Pirri  (ESP) 172 goals (1964-1980)

10)  Emilio Butragueno  (ESP) 171 goals (1983-1995)

Youth/Reserve Competition Prizes

  • Winner of the Under-17 World Cup in 2009 and 2014
  • Winner of the Spanish Youth Cup in 1953, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1993 and 2013
  • Spanish Youth Cup finalist in 1963, 1965, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2010, 2014 and 2015
  • Spanish Under-19 Champion in 1987, 1988, 1990 and 1993
  • Youth Honor Division Champion in Group 5 in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014
  • Winner of the Youth Champions Cup in 1995, 1997, 2000, 2006, 2010 and 2014
  • Finalist of the Youth Champions Cup in 2007 and 2011
  • Finalist of the  Spanish Cup  in 1980
  • Spanish D2 champion  in 1984
  • Spanish D3 group 1 champion in 1991, 2002, 2005 and 2012
  • Spanish Champion of D4 group 7 Comunidad de Madrid in 1985, 1991, 1992, 1999 and 2006
  • Spanish amateur champion in 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1970
  • Winner of the D3 League Cup in 1983

Regional Competition Awards

  • Center Championship winner   in 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1913, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1934 and 1936
  • Center  Championship runner -up  in 1903, 1911, 1919, 1925, 1928 and 1940
  • Winner of the Center Federation Cup in 1923, 1928 and 1943
  • Central Federation Cup runner-up in 1941
  • Winner of the Copa Ramon Triana in 1944, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 and 1973

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