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Real Madrid CF

Real Madrid CF
Real Madrid celebrate winning the first European Champion Clubs' Cup in 1956 ©AFP

Real Madrid CF

Formed: 1902
Nickname: Los Merengues (The Meringues)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• European Champion Clubs' Cup: 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002; (1962), (1964), (1981)
• UEFA Cup: 1985, 1986
• UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: (1971), (1983)
• UEFA Super Cup: 2002; (1998), (2000)

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 31 (2008)
• Spanish Cup: 17 (1993)

History
• Following four consecutive Copa del Rey triumphs between 1905 and 1908, Madrid were given their royal title in 1920 and became one of the founding members of the Liga on its 1929 inception. A team including legendary goalkeeper Ricardo Zamora were champions in 1931/32 and 1932/33.

• With the Chamartin Stadium in ruins following the Spanish Civil War, board member Santiago Bernabéu led construction of the venue that now bears his name, opening in 1947. The club then pulled the masterstroke of signing Alfredo di Stéfano, and with Francisco Gento and Miguel Muñoz, Madrid set about dominating European football.

• Los Merengues won the first five instalments of the European Champion Clubs' Cup, and completed the quintet in memorable fashion in 1960. Spearheaded by Di Stéfano and Hungary's Ferénc Puskas, Madrid beat Eintracht Frankfurt 7-3 in the Hampden Park final. Winger Gento went on to play in the European Cup victory of 1966, with new stars such as Amancio and Pirri.

• The next classic Madrid side came in the 1980s with the 'Quinta del Buitre', The Vulture Squad, led by Emilio Butragueño, winning successive league titles between 1986 and 1990. The dominance of Johan Cruyff's FC Barcelona overshadowed Madrid in the early 1990s, but the emergence of Raúl González heralded a new beginning. Madrid won the 1997/98 UEFA Champions League, Predrag Mijatović scoring the only goal of the final against Juventus. A more convincing 3-0 victory against Valencia CF followed in the 1999/2000 showpiece.

• The likes of Ronaldo, Luís Figo and Zinédine Zidane led Madrid to a ninth European Cup in 2001/02, the latter scoring a memorable winner to see off Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2-1 in Glasgow. The summer of 2009 brought a new influx of stars with Kaká, Cristiano Ronaldo – for a world record €94m – and Karim Benzema brought in to stem Barcelona's emerging dominance, but the title eluded them.

Club records
Most appearances: Raúl González (759)
Most goals: Raúl González (330)
Record victory: Madrid 9-0 B 1913 Odense (European Champion Clubs' Cup, 25 October 1961)
Madrid 11-2 Elche CF (Liga, February 1960)
Record defeat: RCD Espanyol 8-1 Madrid (Liga, 5 March 1930)

* Last updated 31 December 2010

Last updated: 24/01/11 11.17CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 30/04/2016 02:00 CET
Sporting GijónSporting Gijón0-0Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid5-0BetisBetis
EspanyolEspanyol0-6Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid4-0Shakhtar DonetskShakhtar Donetsk
Real MadridReal Madrid1-0GranadaGranada
AthleticAthletic1-2Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid0-0MálagaMálaga
MalmöMalmö0-2Real MadridReal Madrid
AtléticoAtlético1-1Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid3-0LevanteLevante
ParisParis0-0Real MadridReal Madrid
CeltaCelta1-3Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid3-1Las PalmasLas Palmas
Real MadridReal Madrid1-0ParisParis
SevillaSevilla3-2Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid0-4BarcelonaBarcelona
Shakhtar DonetskShakhtar Donetsk3-4Real MadridReal Madrid
EibarEibar0-2Real MadridReal Madrid
CádizCádiz1-3Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid4-1GetafeGetafe
Real MadridReal Madrid8-0MalmöMalmö
VillarrealVillarreal1-0Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal MadridMatch postponedCádizCádiz
Real MadridReal Madrid10-2Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano
Real MadridReal Madrid3-1Real SociedadReal Sociedad
ValenciaValencia2-2Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid5-0DeportivoDeportivo
Real MadridReal Madrid5-1Sporting GijónSporting Gijón
BetisBetis1-1Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid6-0EspanyolEspanyol
GranadaGranada1-2Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid4-2AthleticAthletic
RomaRoma0-2Real MadridReal Madrid
MálagaMálaga1-1Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid0-1AtléticoAtlético
LevanteLevante1-3Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid7-1CeltaCelta
Real MadridReal Madrid2-0RomaRoma
Las PalmasLas Palmas1-2Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid4-0SevillaSevilla
BarcelonaBarcelona1-2Real MadridReal Madrid
WolfsburgWolfsburg2-0Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid4-0EibarEibar
Real MadridReal Madrid3-0WolfsburgWolfsburg
GetafeGetafe1-5Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid3-0VillarrealVillarreal
Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano2-3Real MadridReal Madrid
Man. CityMan. City0-0Real MadridReal Madrid
Real SociedadReal Sociedad16:00Real MadridReal Madrid
Real MadridReal Madrid20:45Man. CityMan. City
Real MadridReal Madrid17:00ValenciaValencia
DeportivoDeportivo17:00Real MadridReal Madrid

Trophy cabinet

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    25/10/1961, Real Madrid 9-0 B 1913, Madrid
  • Biggest defeat:
    19/04/1989, Milan 5-0 Real Madrid, Milan
    17/03/1982, Kaiserslautern 5-0 Real Madrid, Kaiserslautern
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  45
  • Appearances in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:  4
  • Appearances in EUSA Cup:  5
  • Appearances in UEFA Super Cup:  4
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  9
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 138
    Raúl González (  ESP)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 68
    Raúl González (  ESP)