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Real Madrid C.F.

Updated on May 22, 2013

Location of Real Madrid F.C.

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Location of the stadium of Real Madrid F.C. (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium)

Club Kits

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Official Name: Real Madrid CF

President: Florentino Pérez

Secretary: José Luis López Serrano

Press Officer: Marta Santisteban

Coach: José Mourinho

Address: Avda. Concha Espina 1 28036 Madrid, Spain

Telephone: (+34) 913 984 300

Fax: (+34) 913 984 361

Uniform: white/blue

Alternative uniform: blue/white

FIFA Best Club in History: 1998

FIFA Best Club of the XX Century: 2000

Intercontinental Cup/ FIFA Club World Cup winner: 1960, 1998, 2002

UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League winner: 1985, 1986

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1971, 1983

UEFA Super Cup winner: 2002

European Cup/UEFA Champion's League winner: 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002

Latin Cup winner: 1955, 1957

Iberian American Cup winner: 1994

Spanish Super Cup winner: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2008

Spanish League Cup winner: 1985

Spanish Championship Cup (Copa del Rey) winner: 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1917, 1934, 1936, 1946, 1947, 1962, 1970, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1982, 1993

League Championship winner: 1932, 1933, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2007, 2008

1902: March 6: Madrid Foot Ball Club founded, First board of directors: President: Juan Padrós Rubio, Vice president: Enrique Varela, Secretary: Manuel Mendía, Treasurer: José de Gorostizaga, Other Board Members: Antonio S. Neyra, Mario Giralt, Carlos Mertens. Álvaro Spottorno y Arturo Meléndez. First Coach: Arthur Johnson

1903: Second Championship Cup finalist

1904: Madrid merges with Moderno Amicale and Moncloa. New president: Carlos Padrós (replaces his brother Juan)

1905: Spanish Championship Cup winner, October 23: First international game of Real Madrid against Gallia Sport from Paris, France (played in Madrid)

1906: Spanish Championship Cup winner

1907: Spanish Championship Cup winner

1908: Spanish Championship Cup winner, later that year new president: Adolfo Meléndez, Carlos Padrós elected honorary president forever

1910: New manager: Arthur Johnson

1912 October 31: Inauguration of the fenced field in O´Donnell

1916: October 30: Championship Cup winner

1917: Spanish Championship Cup winner

1920: New manager: Juan de Cárcer, June 29: King grants title of Royal ("Real") to club, New name: Real Madrid CF, December 13: trip to play games in Portugal

1923: April 23: The field in Ciudad Lineal inaugurated

1925: August 27: Games in England, Denmark, France

1926: New manager: Pedro Llorente, New manager: Santiago Bernabéu Yeste

1927: New manager: José Berraondo

1929: February 10: First match of the new League Championship, New manager: José Quirante

1930: New manager: Lippo Hertzka

1932: New manager: Robert Firth, April 30: League Championship winner

1933: League Championship winner, May 6: Spanish Championship Cup winner

1934: New manager: Francisco Bru, Spanish Championship Cup winner

1936: Spanish Championship Cup winner

1939: April 16: Pedro Parages calls an assembly to rebuild the Club after the Civil War. War destroyed the field (turned into a prisoners field) and scattered players and members

1941: New manager: Juan Armet

1943: September 15: Santiago Bernabéu (former forward) appointed president by unanimity, New manager: Ramón Encinas

1944: June 22: Land for the building of new Stadium bought, October 27: Stadium construction begins

1945: May: New coach: Jacinto Quincoces (replaces Encinas)

1946: March: New manager: Baltasar Albéniz, June 20: Spanish Championship Cup winner, tour around Europe

1947: April: New manager: Jacinto Quincoces, Spanish Championship Cup winner, December 14: Opening of Bernabéu Stadium (voted best in Europe by international press)

1948: January 27: New Coach: Michael Keeping from England, May 27: members general assembly approves unanimously to appoint Santiago Bernabéu Emeritus and Honour President

1950: October: New manager: Baltasar Albéniz

1951: March: New manager: Héctor Scarone

1952: April: New manager: Juan Antonio Ipiña, June 28: Tour to Latin America

1953: May: New manager: Enrique Fernández

1954: April 18: Spanish League championship winner, December: New manager: José Villalonga

1955: January 4: Chamartín Field changes its name to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, July 1: New Management members: Antonio Calderón, Raimundo Saporta (later vice-president), September 18: First UEFA Cup participation, League Championship winner, Latin Cup winner

1956: European Cup winner

1957: April: New manager: Luis Carniglia, League Championship winner, European Cup winner, Latin Cup winner

1958: League Championship winner, European Cup winner

1959: February: New manager: Miguel Muñoz, April: New manager: Luis Carniglia, July: New manager: Manuel Fleitas, European Cup winner

1960:  April: New manager: Miguel Muñoz, European Cup winner (only European Football team which holds the Cup in property due to winning the title five consecutive times), Intercontinental Cup winner

1961: March 12: Spanish League Championship winner

1962: League Championship winner, Spanish Championship Cup winner, May 2: UEFA Cup finalist

1963: League Championship winner, May 13: Spanish Championship Cup winner, May 18: Cuidad Deportiva (Sports Complex) inaugurated, making the Club's property bigger and sheltering the stars-to-be in the youngest teams, August 20: Venezuela's antigovernment guerrilla F.A.L.N kidnaps Real Madrid's Alfredo Di Stefano

1965: April 18: League Championship winner

1966: European Cup winner

1967: League Championship winner

1968: League Championship winner

1969: League Championship winner

1970: Spanish Championship Cup winner

1971. UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner, May 21: Recopa participant

1972: League Championship winner

1974: January: New manager: Luis Molowny, May: New manager: Miljan Miljanić, June 29: Spanish Championsip Cup winner

1975: League Championship winner, Spanish Championship Cup winner

1976: League Championship winner

1977: New manager: Luis Molowny

1978: September 3: New President: Luis De Carlos (replaces Santiago Bernabéu who dies on June 2), League Championship winner

1979: League Championship winner, June: New manager: Vujadin Boškov, August 31: First Santiago Bernabéu Trophy played, four major teams of continental soccer take part: Real Madrid, Ajax Amsterdam, Baryern Munich, Milano

1980: League Championship winner, Spanish Championship Cup winner

1982: March: New manager: Luis Molowny, April: New manager: Alfredo di Stéfano, Spanish Championship Cup winner

1983: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner

1984: April: New manager: Amancio Amaro

1985: April: New manager: Luis Molowny, May 24: New president: Ramón Mendoza, UEFA Cup winner

1986: April: New manager: Leo Beenhakker, May 30: Spanish League Championship winner, UEFA Cup winner

1987: Spanish League Championship winner

1988: Spanish League Championship winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

1989: June: New manager: John Toshack, Spanish League Championship winner, Spanish Championship Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

1990: Spanish League Championship winner, Spanish Super Cup winner, November: New manager: Alfredo di Stéfano

1991: April 14: Ramón Mendoza wins elections against Alfonso Ussía and renews his presidency, March: New manager: Radomir Antić

1992: January: New manager: Leo Beenhakker, June: New manager: Benito Floro, April 2: Real Madrid player, Juan Gómez, "Juanito" dies in car accident

1993: Spanish Cup winner, Spanish Championship Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

1994: March: New manager: Vicente del Bosque, May 7: extension works of the Bernabeu Stadium finishes, May 27: Iberian American Cup winner,  May: New manager: Jorge Valdano

1995: February 19: Ramón Mendoza is reelected as president, Spanish League winner, League Championship winner, November 20: Lorenzo Sanz is elected president after Ramón Mendoza's resignation

1996: January: New manager: Vicente del Bosque, January: New manager: Arsenio Iglesias, May: New manager: Fabio Capello

1997: June: New manager: Jupp Heynckes, Spanish League Championship winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

1998: January 12: Real Madrid elected by FIFA as the Best Club in History. Alfredo Di Stéfano and Ferenc Puskás are elected among the ten best players in history. Di Stéfano leads the list, UEFA Champion's League winner, Intercontinental Cup winner, elected FIFA Best Club in History, May: New manager: Guus Hiddink

1999: November: New manager: John Toshack

2000: UEFA Champion's League winner, June 16: New president: Florentino Pérez, November 5: Alfredo Di Stéfano appointed Honour President of Real Madrid, December 23: The FIFA gives to Real Madrid the title of Best Club of the XX Century. Florentino Pérez and Alfredo Di Stéfano collected the prize from the president of FIFA, Joseph Blatter

2001: League Championship winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

2002: March 6: 100th year anniversary of the club, March 6: Spanish Cup finalistm, UEFA Champion's League winner, August 30: UEFA Super Cup winner, December 3: Intercontinental Cup winner.

2003: League Championship winner, June 25: New manager: Carlos Queiroz, August 27: Spanish Super Cup winner

2004: June 1: New manager: José Antonio Camacho, July 1: New manager: Mariano García Remón, December 30: New manager: Vaderlei Luxemburgo

2005: December 3: New manager: Juan Ramón López Caro

2006: July 5: New manager: Fabio Capello

2007: July 9: New manager: Bernd Schuster, League Championship winner

2008: League Championship winner, Spanish Super Cup winner, December 9: New manager: Juande Ramos

2009: July 1: New manager: Manuel Pellegrini

2010: May 28: New manager: José Mourinho

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