Real Madrid, in full Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, by name Los Blancos (Spanish: “the White”), Spanish expert football game (soccer) club situated in Madrid. Playing in every single white uniform, which prompted its moniker “Los Blancos,” Real Madrid is one of the world’s most popular groups, with fans in numerous nations.
Genuine Madrid outgrew Football Club Sky, a group shaped in Madrid in 1897. The club was authoritatively established in 1902 and joined the Royal Spanish Football Federation in 1909. Genuine Madrid played at an assortment of scenes until aggressive club president Santiago Bernabéu initiated the development of the arena that bears his name. Opened in 1947, the Bernabéu holds more than 80,000 observers and was the scene for the 1982 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup last.
The European Cup
The European Cup was first held during the 1955-56 season, with a lofty field comprising of clubs that had brought home their own nation’s association title. Genuine Madrid was the competition’s most memorable champ, overcoming French club Stade de Reims in the last. It forged ahead with a run of European predominance that no group has matched since. Gifted players like Ferenc Puskás, Alfredo Di Stéfano, Paco Gento, Hector Rial, and Miguel Muñoz assisted the club in winning the initial five European Cups in succession. The club’s play in the 1960 European Cup last against the West German group Eintracht Frankfurt — a 7-3 Real triumph — is broadly viewed as one of the best club exhibitions ever. Genuine has won a sum of 13 European Cup/Champions League titles, more than some other group.
Genuine Madrid has won more Spanish top-division (La Liga) titles (33) than some other Spanish sides. The club has likewise won the Copa del Rey, the Spanish cup rivalry, multiple times, as well as nine Spanish Super Cups and two Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Cups (1985 and 1986).