Real Madrid’s History


Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, or simply Real Madrid, is a Spanish professional football team based in Madrid. The team has worn a white home kit from its inception on March 6, 1902, as Madrid Football Team. Since 1947, the team has played its home games in the 81,044-seat Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in central Madrid. In 2019, the club was valued at €3.8 billion ($4.2 billion), and it was the world’s second-highest-earning football club, with €757.3 million in annual revenue. During the 1950s, Real Madrid established itself as a dominant force in both Spanish and European football, winning five European Cups in a row and making the finals seven times.

Players (2022)

1 Thibaut Courtois   Belgium 11/05/1992

45 Diego Piñeiro Spain 13/02/2004

26 Luis López Spain 08/05/2001

13 Andriy Lunin Ukraine 11/02/1999

40 Toni Fuidias Spain 15/04/2001


4 David Alaba Austria 24/06/1992

2 Dani Carvajal Spain 11/01/1992

3 Eder Militãon Brazil 18/01/1998

5 Jesús Vallejo Spain 05/01/1997

12 Marcelo Brazil 12/05/1988 


Cristiano Ronaldo 

Cristiano Ronaldo is a part of Real Madrid’s legacy and will forever be remembered as one of the great icons throughout the club’s history (2009-2018). He netted 451 times in 438 competitive appearances with Real Madrid (averaging over a goal a game). He registered in all of the competitions he featured in: 312 in LaLiga, 105 in the Champions League, 22 in the Copa del Rey, six in the Club World Cup, four in the Spanish Super Cup, and two in the UEFA Super Cup. Position: Forward, Competitive appearances: 438, Goals: 451, International caps with Portugal: 154.

“I am not a perfectionist, but I like to feel that things are done well. More important than that, I feel an endless need to learn, to improve, to evolve, not only to please the coach and the fans but also to feel satisfied with myself. It is my conviction that there are no limits to learning, and that it can never stop, no matter what our age.”-Cristiano Ronaldo