1900-1910• The first decade of the 20th Century was taken over by events related to Real Madrid, establishing the Club as the banner of the incipient Spanish football scene. The rough first pitches, the establishment of football federations, the first official title, their international debut... All this was promoted by Carlos Padrós, President of Madrid Football Club and a decisive figure in the strong rooting of the sport in Spain.
1911-1920• It was a decade of non-stop events in the life of the club: the start of the Bernabéu saga, the inauguration of ODonnell Field, the birth of Madrid-Barcelona rivalry, Madrids dominance in the Regional Championship, the title of Real was granted by Alfonso XIII, and the first tour of a European country. Ten years of growth which can boast of many more high points than low ones.
1921-1930The 1920s were chockfull ofevents that would define RealMadrid. Most importantly, theconstruction of the oldChamartín, which was considereda monumental undertaking at thetime. With a seating capacity of15,000, the new stadium was aspectacular leap towards thefuture. In the closing years ofthe decade, it was RicardoZamoras signing that caused anational stir. In the sportingarena, Madrid, as always, werethe team to beat
1990-2001• THIS WAS THE DECADE IN WHICH THE CLUB WON ITS SEVENTH AND EIGHT EUROPEAN CUPS. REAL MADRID SAT ON THE EUROPEAN THRONE ONCE MORE AT THE END OF THE 1990s, WHICH HAD AN UNEASY FIRST HALF FOR THE WHITES WITH TWO LEAGUE TITLES LOST AGAINST TENERIFE.• On 6 MARCH 2007, REAL MADRID CELEBRATED THEIR 105TH ANNIVERSARY. IN A MEETING HELD IN ROME IN 2000, FIFA DECIDED TO NAME REAL MADRID THE MOST SUCCESSFUL CLUB IN THE 20TH CENTURY OR, BY ALL ACCOUNTS, THE BEST CLUB IN THE HISTORY OF FOOTBALL. FIVE YEARS AFTER RECEIVING THIS DISTINCTION, THE BEAT GOES ON AND THE WHITES ARE LOOKING TO TAKE ON A NEW LEASE ON LIFE AND RELIVE THE GOOD OLD DAYS, THE ONES THAT PUT REAL MADRID IN CENTRE STAGE OF THE WORLD FOOTBALL.
2001-2010• Figo, Beckham, Zidane, Ronaldo... The best players in the world joined the Club and formed one of the most spectacular teams in history. The Santiago Bernabéu was expanded and the new Real Madrid City in Valdebebas was built. The crowning moment was the Club’s ninth European Cup title.• On 5 July 2006, Fabio Capello signed for Madrid for the second time in his life. The Italian manager asked for and got the signings of Cannavaro, Emerson, Diarra, Reyes and Van Nistelrooy. The winter transfer window saw three new players join the Whites: Marcelo, Higuaín and Gago.
• There is often a fierce rivalry between the two strongest teams in a national league, and this is particularly the case in La Liga, where the game Between Real Madrid and Barcelona is Known as ‘The Classic
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