Real Madrid C.F
Profil Of Real Madrid
Full name: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol
User name: Los Blancos (White Team)
: Los Merengues (Tim Merin...
History Of Real Madrid
Real Madrid is a professional football club based in
the city of Madrid, Spain. Founded on March 6,...
The beginning (1902-1945)
Beginning of Real Madrid started when football was introduced to Madrid by the
academics and stu...
Era Santiago Bernabeu and European success (1945-1978)
Santiago Bernabéu Yeste became president of Real Madrid
was elected...
The current era (2000-present)
• A few months after his eighth European title, Real Madrid elect a new
president in July 2...
Emblem and costumes
• The first club Real Madrid emblem is a simple design with a decorative
braid and three capital lette...
Achievement
Domestic Titles
La Liga:
Champion (32)
Runner-Up (20)

Copa Del Rey
Champion (18)
Runner-Up (19)
Spanish Super Cup
Champion (9)
Runner-Up (4)

Copa Eva Duarte
Champion (1)

Copa De La Liga
Champion (1)
Runner-Up (1)
European Title
European Champions League
Champion (9)
The Runner (3)

European Leagues
Champion (2)
UEFA Cup Winners
Runner-Up (2)

UEFA Super Cup
Champion (1)
Runner-Up (2)
World Title
Intercontinental Cup
Champion (3)
Runner-Up (2)
Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
•

Old name: Chamartín Stadium (1947-1955)
Owner: Real Madrid

location
Location: Avenida de Concha Espina 1, E28036,
Madr...
Jersey of Real Madrid
Cristian Ronaldo (CR7)
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  1. 1. Real Madrid C.F
  2. 2. Profil Of Real Madrid Full name: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol User name: Los Blancos (White Team) : Los Merengues (Tim Meringue) : Los Vikingos (Team Viking) Established: March 6, 1902 (111 years ago) as Madrid Club de Fútbol Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain Honorary President: Alfredo Di Stéfano President: Florentino Pérez Head Coach: José Mourinho League: La Liga 2011-2012 Position: Champion
  3. 3. History Of Real Madrid Real Madrid is a professional football club based in the city of Madrid, Spain. Founded on March 6, 1902 with the name of the Madrid Club de Fútbol, the team is using the title Real ("of the kingdom") after King Alfonso XIII of Spain gave official permission to the club in June 1920. Real Madrid have been playing in the Spanish League First Division (Primera División) is referred to as La Liga since the beginning of this competition began, in 1928, and is the most successful club in Spain by number of trophies they have achieved. Together with FC Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao, the club has become one of the clubs who have been relegated to a lower division. The club is also one of the best clubs 20th century by FIFA. They have won 32 La Liga titles, 18 Copa del Rey, 8 Spanish Super Cups, 9 Champions Cup / UEFA Champions League, 2 UEFA Cups, 1 UEFA Super Cup and 3 Intercontinental Cups.
  4. 4. The beginning (1902-1945) Beginning of Real Madrid started when football was introduced to Madrid by the academics and students of Institución libre de enseñanza that included several graduates of the University of Oxford and University of Cambridge. They founded Football Club Sky in 1897 which then often play football regularly on Sunday mornings at Moncloa. The club was later split into two in 1900, namely: New FootBall de Madrid and Club Español de Madrid.The latter club split again in 1902 which resulted in the formation of Madrid Football Club on 6 March 1902.Tiga years after its foundation, in 1905, Madrid FC first title after defeating Athletic Bilbao in the Copa del Rey final. The club became one of the founding members of the Royal Spanish Football Federation on 4 January 1909 when club president Adolfo Meléndez signed the foundation agreement establishment of the Football Association of the Kingdom of Spain. With some reason, the club moved to Campo de O'Donnell in 1920 1912
  5. 5. Era Santiago Bernabeu and European success (1945-1978) Santiago Bernabéu Yeste became president of Real Madrid was elected in 1943. [10] [11] Under his leadership, Real Madrid and then successfully establishing the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and the Ciudad Deportiva training club which previously had damaged the Spanish Civil War. In 1953, the Bernabeu and then start building the team by bringing foreign players, one of them being Alfredo Di Stéfano.
  6. 6. The current era (2000-present) • A few months after his eighth European title, Real Madrid elect a new president in July 2000 and was elected Spanish businessman, Florentino Pérez. [19] During the campaign he promised to erase the club's debt and modernize the club's facilities. But the key promise that propelled Pérez to victory was the election of purchase Luís Figo from arch-rivals Madrid, which Barcelona. [20] The following year, the club build a new training camp and use the money they can from the previous year to begin recruiting star players-who Spanish journalist referred to as "Los Galacticos"-with the signing of players such as Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo, Luís Figo, Roberto Carlos, Raúl González, and David Beckham. Could be a debate when the players were purchased by Perez failed to support the achievement of the club, but successfully covered by the ninth Madrid Champions League title in 2002 which followed the Intercontinental Cup title the same year and topped the La Liga title in 2003. However, since 2003 until 2006, though filled with rows of star players, the club failed to win a single trophy
  7. 7. Emblem and costumes • The first club Real Madrid emblem is a simple design with a decorative braid and three capital letters are written as "MCF" which stands for Madrid Club de Fútbol is clad in a dark blue color in white costumes. The first change of club crest occurred in 1908, when they adopted a more streamlined shape and placement of the initials in the circle of the club. [28] The next change of logo then does not occur until Pedro Parages became club president in 1920. At that time, King Alfonso XIII gave additional names for Madrid, the "Real" which freely translated as "the Kingdom" which then makes the club known as the "Real Madrid".
  8. 8. Achievement Domestic Titles La Liga: Champion (32) Runner-Up (20) Copa Del Rey Champion (18) Runner-Up (19)
  9. 9. Spanish Super Cup Champion (9) Runner-Up (4) Copa Eva Duarte Champion (1) Copa De La Liga Champion (1) Runner-Up (1)
  10. 10. European Title European Champions League Champion (9) The Runner (3) European Leagues Champion (2)
  11. 11. UEFA Cup Winners Runner-Up (2) UEFA Super Cup Champion (1) Runner-Up (2)
  12. 12. World Title Intercontinental Cup Champion (3) Runner-Up (2)
  13. 13. Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
  14. 14. • Old name: Chamartín Stadium (1947-1955) Owner: Real Madrid location Location: Avenida de Concha Espina 1, E28036, Madrid, Spain construction Start construction: October 27, 1944 Opened: December 14, 1947 Renovated: 1982, 2001 Enlarged: 1953, 1992, 1994, 2011 Cost of making: 288 342 653 Peseta (€ 1,732,943) Architect: Manuel Muñoz Monasterio, Luis Alemany Soler; Antonio Lamela (expansion) engineering data Surface: Desso GrassMaster Capacity: 81,254 (stadium), 4,200 (suite) Field Size: 105 m × 68 m Record attendance: 120,000 people (Real Madrid-Fiorentina, May 30, 1957) user Real Madrid (1947-present) Spain (1947-present)
  15. 15. Jersey of Real Madrid
  16. 16. Cristian Ronaldo (CR7)

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