Real Madrid FC has likely accomplished every one of the a football club could. With a record 33 La Liga titles, 19 Copa del Rey trophies, a shocking 13 European Cups/Champions Leagues and 2 UEFA Cups, Real are best in class in a challenge for the best football club ever. While the club appreciates savage competitions with Barcelona (El Clásico) and Atlético Madrid (El Derbi Madrileño), Real has been the most upheld club in the nation for most of its history. A large number of the best players on the planet have played in the clubs white shirts, including legends like Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás.
In spite of the fact that the club was established in 1902, it was initially named Madrid Football Club; it wasn’t until 1920 that King Alfonso XIII gave them with the title of “real” – or “royal” in English. These early years were sensibly fruitful no doubt, as prove by their four back to back Copa del Rey triumphs from 1905 to 1908. By the flare-up of the WWII, Real could gloat with two La Liga titles and seven Copa del Rey trophies.
1943-1978 (The Bernabéu Yeste Era):
This period would offer ascent to the substance’s future examples of overcoming adversity and furthermore to the competition with Barcelona. The Chamartín arena must be modified and another group must be assembled and raised to speed for rivalry. Because of Santiago Bernabéu, every one of these difficulties were met easily. It was in this decade that the establishments were set for what might later be perceived as the ‘Best Club of the Twentieth Century’.
This was a splendid decade. A pleiad of players, drove by Alfredo Di Stéfano, put Real Madrid FC at the summit of football. The group that won five European Cups straight astonished the world with its terrific image of football. An interminable deluge of achievement made the club the most enlivened in Europe. It was declared the ‘ruler of rulers’ and it won the primary version of the Intercontinental Cup (1960) to put the what tops off an already good thing.
The group was experiencing a time of progress. In Spain it was far predominant, winning eight class titles, five of them on the jog and including and group cup twofold. Abroad it won its Sixth European Cup, with the ‘yé-yé’ group.
The decade wherein the group won its 6th La Liga trophy to keep was likewise set apart by the demise of Santiago Bernabéu. Football was in grieving on the second of June 1978 at the loss of the president who took Real Madrid to the top. Luis de Carlos supplanted his closest companion and tutor. He ran the Whites for a long time. In that time he had the option to exemplify and transmit the estimations of the club, acquiring himself acknowledgment around the globe.
(1978-1985) The De Carlos Era:
The 80s were ruled by a splendid age of youth-cooperative individuals. ‘Vulture’s Cohort’, drove by Emilio Butragueño, made Real Madrid FC into perhaps the best group ever. The goals of Hugo Sánchez additionally assumed a significant job in this fruitful decade. The Whites won the initial two UEFA Cups with some notable rebounds in Europe and mystical evenings in the Bernabéu.
In 1983, Castilla was delegated victor of the Segunda División compelled of Amancio and with some staggering exhibitions from five players: Pardeza, Sanchís, Míchel, Martín Vázquez and Butragueño. These jewels from the foundation were a real disclosure and Di Stéfano didn’t stop for a second to set them up for the main group. The gathering made its leap forward in 1985, winning five successive La Ligas and establishing significant precedents, for example, the challenge’s top goals scorer with 107.
Mexican striker Hugo Sánchez had a great deal to do with this achievement. Together with veterans Juanito, Valdano and Santillana, he shaped a ‘Companion’ that was near flawlessness. In his seven seasons in white he scored 251 goals, and was the association’s top goal scorer in four of them. His acclaimed front-flip festivals are scorched into the retinas of Madrid fans.
In this decade Real Madrid FC likewise won its first UEFA title. It came in the 1984-85 season, in a two-legged last where they beat Videoton, a little-known group who had taken out PSG, Partizán Belgrade and Manchester United. In the accompanying effort, the Whites effectively shielded their title on account of a unimaginable rebound. Subsequent to losing the main leg 5-1 to Borussia Mönchengladbach, they won an epic tie in the arrival coordinate with two goals from Valdano and another support from Santillana to arrive at the quarters (4-0).
(1985–1995) The Mendoza Era:
Jorge Valdano, Fabio Capello and Vicente del Bosque were the names to recall this decade. The three fruitful mentors took Real Madrid to the top in La Liga and in Europe and they were helped on their way by certain hotshots. Players, for example, Redondo, Laudrup, Seedorf, Suker, Mijatovic and Roberto Carlos all landed at the club during the 90s.
Having exhibited his capacities in charge of Tenerife, where his group played an alluring and effective brand of football, Valdano came back to Real Madrid in 1994. With new signings Redondo, Laudrup, Amavisca and Cañizares, the Madrid side proceeded to win the association title. That equivalent season, youth-institute player Raúl made his introduction. On the 29th of October at 17 years old, the youthful player from Madrid filled in for Martín Vázquez in La Romareda, where he would place in a staggering exhibition. Another legend was conceived.
Right off the bat in 1995, Valdano’s Real Madrid beat Johan Cruyff’s Barça 5-0 in the Santiago Bernabéu. It was an enchanted game that was broadcast and pursued by in excess of 10 million watchers. However, the terrible outcomes in the 95-96 season constrained Lorenzo Sanz to get Fabio Capello, one of the most looked for after mentors in European football. The Italian had a fantasy squad. The signings of Seedorf, Suker, Mijatovic and Roberto Carlos, together with Raúl, Hierro and Redondo, took Madrid to another league title.
(1995–2000) The Sanz era
The 20th of May 1998 was a noteworthy day for the club. Following 32 years, and compelled of Jupp Heynckes, Real Madrid vanquished Europe again by beating Juventus in the last of the Champions League. An goal from Pedja Mijatovic in the 66th moment brought number Seven from the Amsterdam Arena to the Santiago Bernabéu trophy room. In December that year, this time because of Guus Hiddink, Madrid won its second Intercontinental Cup.
In 1999, and after a lifetime associated with the club as a player, Vicente del Bosque returned as the principal group chief. The man from Salamanca figured out how to ingrain a way of thinking in the group that made them the best in the mainland. His first title came in 2000: the Eighth European Cup. Around the same time, Florentino Pérez (enlazar ficha) assumed control over the administration and marked perhaps the best player on earth, Luis Figo
The Galactico/Pérez Era (2000–2006)
In this decade Real Madrid FC made a glad profit to triumph for the landmass, winning its Ninth European Cup and its third Intercontinental Cup just as five Ligas, among different titles. Additionally, Florentino Pérez rearranged the club’s economy to make it the most extravagant on earth.
Vicente del Bosque remained on as chief until 2003. His way of thinking and brand of football made Madrid into a group of champions. During his time in charge, the Whites commended another European Cup triumph, another Intercontinental Cup, two residential titles, a Supercup of Spain and a UEFA Super Cup. It was a period that is just tantamount with the Real Madrid of the 50s and 60s.
Florentino Pérez’s administration prompted significant changes in the club’s structure. He redesigned the establishment’s economy, making it the most extravagant club on the planet, and made expansive changes at the highest point of the association. He totally remodeled the Santiago Bernabéu, made another games complex in Valdebebas and opened the Alfredo Di Stéfano arena. Then, on the pitch, he made the fans’ blessings from heaven by acquiring Zidane, Ronaldo and Beckham.
His subsequent spell (2006), the president kept on enchanting the supporters, marking the best players and chiefs on the planet. Extraordinary players, for example, Cristiano Ronaldo and Benzemá among others, were gotten, alongside supervisor José Mourinho. The Portuguese landed in the Santiago Bernabéu seven days subsequent to being delegated heroes of Europe with Inter Milan in a same arena.
Cristiano Ronaldo/Zidane Era(2007-present):
Real Madrid FC have by and by characterized a time in world football, winning four European Cups and four Club World Cup. In 2014, they lifted La Décima, before winning the Club World Cup that equivalent year. Zidane’s initial two seasons in the hole were memorable, securing La Undécima and La Duodécima. Also, 2017 turned into a record-breaking year when the group got their hands on five trophies: The European Cup, the Club World Cup, LaLiga and the European and Spanish Super Cups. La Decimotercera then came in 2018, when they dominated the competition against Liverpool in Kiev.
In the initial barely any long periods of this new decade three trophies were added to the bureau by José Mourinho’s Real Madrid. The most prominent was the 2011-12 Liga title, which they won with a record-breaking 100 focuses, the most elevated score accomplished throughout the entire existence of the title at that stage, and 121 goals. They additionally beat Barcelona to secure a Copa del Rey and a Supercopa de España.
In June 2013, Carlo Ancelotti landed at Real Madrid FC. The Italian won four trophies with the Whites, the principal coming looking like Real Madrid’s nineteenth Copa del Rey, in the wake of beating Barcelona 1-2 in the last. On 24 May 2014, Madrid lifted the European Cup by and by, asserting La Décima with a 4-1 triumph over Atlético in Lisbon. Goals from Ramos, Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano verified the triumph.
Two further triumphs landed in the second season under Ancelotti: The European Super Cup, against Sevilla and Real Madrid’s first World Club Cup, against San Lorenzo. This implied Real Madrid topped of a notable year in their history in 2014, making it the year wherein most trophies were won by the club. In June 2015, Rafa Benítez came back to the club where he cut his teeth, to assume responsibility for the Whites. At that point, in January 2016, Zidane made the progression up to initially group mentor, following his unbelievable vocation as a player. His first season finished with the group lifting the La Undécima trophy, against Atlético in Milán.
The French strategist’s subsequent season in control conveyed a grasp of flatware. Real Madrid verified the Duodécima, turning into the first-since forever group to effectively guard their mainland crown in the Champions League period. Close by this achievement in Europe’s first class club rivalry, the group likewise caught the 2016/17 LaLiga crown, the club’s third UEFA Super Cup and a second Club World Cup, in the wake of beating Manchester United, just as a tenth Spanish Super Cup. In December 2017, the Whites secured another Club World Cup crown and this fifth bit of flatware saw the group set another precedent for the quantity of titles asserted in a schedule year. 2018 is likewise a major piece of the Real Madrid legend on account of la Decimotercera, won against Liverpool the last played in Kiev, just as being delegated title holders for the seventh time in the wake of beating Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates.
Major titles and Trophies of Real Madrid FC:
Spanish La liga :
32 titles: 1931–32, 1932–33, 1953–54, 1954–55, 1956–57, 1957–58, 1960–61, 1961–62, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1971–72, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1994–95, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2011–12
20 Runner-Up: 1929, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1935–36, 1941–42, 1944–45, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1965–66, 1980–81, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1998–99, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11
Copa del rey :
18 titles : 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1917, 1934, 1936, 1946, 1947, 1961–62, 1969–70, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1988–89, 1992–93, 2010–11
19 runner-up : 1903, 1916, 1918, 1924, 1929, 1930, 1933, 1940, 1943, 1958, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1968, 1978–79, 1982–83, 1989–90, 1991–92, 2001–02, 2003–04
Supercopa de espana:
9 titles: 1988, 1989*, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008, 2012
4 runner-up: 1982, 1995, 2007, 2011
Copa eva duarte:
1 title: 1947
Copa de la liga
1 title: 1985
1 runner-up: 1983
European cup / Uefa champions league
9 titles: 1955–56, 1956–57, 1957–58, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1965–66, 1997–98, 1999–2000, 2001–02
3 runner up: 1961–62, 1963–64, 1980–81
2 titles: 1984–85, 1985–86
Uefa cup winners cup
2 runner up: 1970–71, 1982–83
Uefa super cup
1 title: 2002
2 Runner Up: 1998, 2000
3 titles: 1960, 1998, 2002
2 runner-up: 1966, 2000s.
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