Discover Real Madrid's rich history, legendary players, and unique culture. Immerse yourself in the strategies and tactics that have made it an enduring institution.

The Glorious Legacy of Real Madrid: A Football Club of Champions. Real Madrid CF is known to have more numerous achievements than any other football team ever. Real Madrid is without a doubt the greatest football club of all time, finally winning a staggering 33 La Liga championships, 19 Copa del Rey trophies, 13 European Cups/Champions Leagues, and two UEFA Cups. Some of the most popular players, such as Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás have exclusively been a part of this team.

Real Madrid Logo

Real Madrid’s symbol is a circle with the stylized initials “MCF,” which stands for Madrid Club de Ftbol. A crown with a design resembling the national arms of Spain is visible above the circle. Over time, the logo changed from having only the initials to including a circle around them, and finally to the current version with a crown (introduced in 1941 with a minor modification in 2001).

Spanish clubs frequently use this layering of the letters in their logos, as seen in the logos of Granada CF, Real Betis, Sevilla, and Sporting Gijón, among others.

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Basic Information  

OwnerFlorentino Perez Rodriguez 
Home StadiumSantiago Bernabeu Stadium 
ManagerCarlo Ancelotti 
Year of establishment6 March 1902

Real Madrid Players & Their Roles

Role Player Names
GoalkeeperCourtois, Lunin
DefenderCaravajal, E. Militao, Alana, Vallejo, Nacho, Odriozola, Lucas V., Rudiger, F. Mendy
MidfielderKroos, Modric, Camavinga, Valverde, Tchouameni, D. Ceballos
ForwardHazard, Benzema, Asensio, Vini Jr.,  Rodrygo, Mariano
CoachesCarlo Ancelotti, Davide Ancelotti (Assistant Coach)

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Women’s Team

Real Madrid officially completed the steps to create its own women’s team, Real Madrid Femenino, 118 years after the club’s founding by purchasing Deportivo Tacon. This is still a significant development for women’s football in the nation even though Atletico Barcelona and Valencia already did it years earlier. The club also intends to field women’s teams at the junior and senior levels.

Real Madrid has finalized the necessary paperwork to merge Deportivo Tacon into their organization, and as a consequence, the Spanish club competed in the women’s Primera Division for 2020-21 with their first-ever team, Real Madrid Femenino.

Women’s teams from Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, and Valencia already compete in the top Spanish division. When women’s competitions were first introduced in Spain in 1988, Barcelona’s Club Femeni Barcelona was already in existence.

The purchase of Tacon for €300,000 ($337,000) was finalized during a shareholder meeting in September of last year, and Real has since focused on growing the team and bringing in some of the top players in the globe.