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Real Madrid


Coach:Carlo Ancelotti

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Stadium:Santiago Bernabeu



Real Madrid de Futbol Club

If there ever was a definition of the biggest club in the world, Real Madrid would most certainly be in the conversation. Real Madrid Club de Fútbol is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain, sharing the city with their arch-rivals Atletico Madrid and Getafe, among others. Surprisingly, they were founded in 1902 after their El Clasico counterpart; it is one of the most successful clubs in Spanish and European football history.

They have won 14 European titles split between the European cup in the early years and the Champions League in the current era, 33 La Liga titles, and numerous other trophies, including Copa Del Rey, Super Copa De Espana, UEFA Cup as well as the FIFA club world cup in which they are set to participate in 2023. Real Madrid has a large and passionate fanbase, and its home matches are played at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, the stadium has a capacity of over 80,000 spectators; they are working on expanding their stadium and aiming to make it the best in the world as well as a standard for the stadium of the future.

In recent memory, they have had the upper hand over their two most prominent domestic rivals Atletico Madrid and FC Barcelona. They have won two of the last three La Liga titles between 2019-22 (2019-20; 2021-22). They also very recently broke their duck on the Champions league end in 2018, winning the title in 2022 in emphatic fashion.



Having been founded in 1902 and the club has gone on to become one of the most successful and recognizable football clubs in the world, so much so they are now its own brand with its iconic white kit recognizable by kids and the elderly alike. In the 1950s and 1960s, Real Madrid dominated European football, winning the first five editions of the European Cup. This inspired clubs like Leeds United in England and other clubs around the continent to adopt their white kit as their own with subtle differences in hopes they could emulate the dominant Real Madrid of their time. 

During the 1950s till the 1970s and even in the early 1980s, the team went on win several La Liga titles and established itself as a dominant force in Spanish football. In the following decades, they continued to add to their trophy collection, including multiple Champions League titles, their second-ever three-peat between 2016-18, multiple La Liga titles, and Copa del Rey wins. 

The club has had many legendary players play for them, including Ferenc Puskás, Alfredo Di Stefano, Emilio Butragueño, Zinedine Zidane, Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos, and Cristiano Ronaldo. Despite ups and downs over the years, Real Madrid remains one of the most successful and popular football clubs, with a rich history and tradition that continues to inspire fans worldwide.


How to stream Real Madrid matches?

We share with you some ways:

Official club websites: Real Madrid's official website,, often streams live matches for fans. One can check local TV schedules and online streaming platforms to see if a broadcast partner is available in the respective area. Here are some of the broadcasters that have the rights to stream FC Barcelona matches in different countries:

  1. Spain: Movistar+, beIN Sports
  2. United Kingdom: Premier Sports, La Liga TV
  3. United States: beIN Sports, Fanatiz
  4. Germany: DAZN
  5. France: beIN Sports
  6. Canada: beIN Sports, DAZN
  7. Australia: beIN Sports
  8. Brazil: Esporte Interativo
  9. India: Facebook, Sony Ten

The following information will help you check out streams for free and under a subscription model.

  1. Online Streaming Services: among the many online streaming services, such as DAZN, FuboTV, and Sling TV that offer live sports, including football matches, some also provide pre-and post-match analysis excites the fans even more. Some of these services have the right to stream Barcelona matches, and some may offer beyond-the-pitch coverage of the club.
  2. Reddit Soccer is linked to the Reddit streaming group and is part of the sister sites chain that aims to provide free links to streams and, if possible, the live stream to its viewers and users. They have dedicated themselves to allowing viewers and users to watch La Liga matches and matches of other competitions for free without the need to pay anything for it.
  3. Cable and satellite providers: Some cable and satellite providers offer live sports channels that carry Real Madrid matches. Although not many people watch cable and satellite TV nowadays, for some, it might be the best and most convenient option, like elderly fans and likewise who aren't familiar with the tech that currently is the norm.



The list of trophies won by Real Madrid is as follows 

  1. La Liga – 35 times, latest win in 2021-22
  2. UEFA Champions League – 14 times, latest win in 2021-22
  3. Copa Del Rey – 19 times, latest win in 2013-14
  4. UEFA Super Cup – 5 times, latest win in 2022
  5. Super Copa De Espana – 12 times, latest win in 2021-22



When did they last win La Liga?

They won La Liga last season in 2021-22, and the champions league completed a European double.

When did they last win the UEFA Champions League?

They won their latest title in 2022, beating Liverpool in the final in what turned out to be a repeat of the final in 2018. They are set to take each other on in the round of 16 in February of the 22-23 season.

How many La Liga's have they won in total?

They have won La Liga a record 35 times in their history.

How many UEFA Champions League have they won in total?

Real Madrid is the most successful team in the competitions, with more wins than the next two combined, in 14 titles.

Who is their all-time top scorer?

Their all-time top scorer is Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, short for Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored 450 goals in an astonishing 438 games, averaging more than a goal a game. Karim Benzema is a distant second with 336 goals for the club.