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  • 1890s

    • 1897: They founded Football Club Sky in 1897, playing on Sunday mornings at Moncloa. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 1900s

    • 1902: The latter club split again in 1902, resulting in the formation of Real Madrid Football Club on March 6 in 1902. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1902: Founded in 1902, Real Madrid has spent its entire history in the top flight of Spanish football. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1903: Although Atlético was originally founded by three Basque students in 1903, it was joined in 1904 by dissident members of Madrid FC. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1905: Three years after its foundation, in 1905, Madrid FC won its first title after defeating Athletic Bilbao in the Spanish Cup final. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1908: The first change in the crest occurred in 1908 when the letters adopted a more streamlined form and appeared inside a circle. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • January 4, 1909: The club became one of the founding sides of the Spanish Football Association on 4 January 1909, when club president Adolfo Meléndez signed the foundation agreement of the Spanish FA. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 1910s

    • 1910: There have been 44 managers of Real Madrid since the appointment of the club's first professional manager, Arthur Johnson in 1910. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1912: After moving between grounds the team moved to the Campo de O'Donnell in 1912. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1912: After moving between grounds the team moved to the "Campo de O'Donnell" in 1912, which remained its home ground for eleven years. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 1920s

    • 1920: The next change in the configuration of the crest did not occur until the presidency of Pedro Parages in 1920. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1920: The club's name was changed to Real Madrid after King Alfonso XIII granted the title of Real (Royal) to the club. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1920s: The current crest is a modified version of the one first adopted in the 1920s. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • May 17, 1923: After that, Real Madrid moved its home matches to Estadio Chamartín which was inaugurated on 17 May 1923 wi Chujim w dupe h hosted 22,500 spectators, Real Madrid celebrated its first Spanish league title. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • February 21, 1929: They met for the first time on 21 February 1929 in matchday three of the first League Championship at the former Chamartín. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1929: The first Spanish football league was founded. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • December 1, 1929: He made his La Liga debut on December 1, 1929 against Real Madrid. - Guillermo Gorostiza, Wikipedia.
  • 1930s

    • 1931: With the dissolution of the monarchy in 1931, all the royal symbols (the crown on the crest and the title of Real) were eliminated. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1931: Real Madrid won its first League title in the 1931–32 season. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 1940s

    • 1940s: By the early 1940s the manager changed the kit again by adding buttons to the shirt and the club's crest on the left breast (which have remained ever since). - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1941: Two years after the end of the Civil War, the crest's "Real Corona", or "Royal Crown", was restored while the mulberry stripe of Castile was retained as well. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1943: After some successes, the 1943 elected president Santiago Bernabéu decided that the Estadio Chamartín was not big enough for the ambitions of the club. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1945: Santiago Bernabéu Yeste became president of Real Madrid in 1945. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • November 23, 1947: In a game against Atlético Madrid at the Metropolitano Stadium, Real Madrid became the first Spanish team to wear numbered shirts. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • December 14, 1947: A new stadium was built and was inaugurated on 14 December 1947. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 1950s

    • 1950s: The club established itself as a major force in both Spanish and European football during the 1950s. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1950s: During the 1950s, the rivalry was intensified further when the clubs disputed the signing of Alfredo di Stéfano, who finally played for Real Madrid and was key in the subsequent success achieved by the club. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • September 16, 1953: Manuel Luis Pellegrini Ripamonti (born 16 September 1953 in Santiago) is a former Chilean footballer and current coach of Real Madrid. - Manuel Pellegrini, Wikipedia.
    • 1955: This was the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium as it is known today, although it did not acquire this name until 1955. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1956: The club won the European Cup five times in a row between 1956 and 1960, which included the 7–3 Hampden Park final against Eintracht Frankfurt in 1960. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1956: The inaugural match was played between Real Madrid and Stade Reims, a rematch of the 1956 European Cup final. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • September 1, 1956: Di Stéfano returned to Les Corts with Real Madrid, recent winners of the first European Cup, and played a Selecció de Barcelona. - Catalonia national football team, Wikipedia.
    • February 17, 1957: With 121 matches (from 17 February 1957 to 7 March 1965), the club holds the record for longest unbeaten run at home in La Liga. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1959: The rivalry first gained international attention in 1959 during the European Cup when the two clubs met in the semi-final. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 1960s

  • 1970s

  • 1980s

    • 1980s: By the early 1980s, Real Madrid had lost its grasp on the La Liga title until a new batch of home-grown stars brought domestic success back to the club. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1980s: In the 1980s, the club had one of the best teams in Spain and Europe (known as La Quinta del Buitre), winning two UEFA Cups, five consecutive Spanish championships, one Spanish cup and three Spanish Super Cups. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1985: Sevilla became the first side to win the competition two years in a row since Real Madrid achieved this feat in 1985 and 1986. - 2006–07 UEFA Cup, Wikipedia.
  • 1990s

    • 1992: Following that, the club was sponsored by Parmalat and Otaysa before a long-term deal was signed with Teka in 1992. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1994: Raúl holds the record for most Real Madrid appearances, having played 724 first-team matches since 1994. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • September 10, 1994: Sandro began his professional career with Real Madrid's B side, receiving his first team debut on 10 September 1994, against CD Logroñés, under Jorge Valdano. - Sandro (Spanish footballer), Wikipedia.
    • 1996: President Lorenzo Sanz appointed Fabio Capello as coach. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1997: As a result, Real Madrid (with the addition of Fernando Morientes in 1997) finally ended its 32-year wait for its seventh European Cup. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1998: The club's kit is currently manufactured by Adidas whose contract extends from 1998. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1998: Under manager Jupp Heynckes, The Whites defeated Juventus 1–0 in the final thanks to a goal from Predrag Mijatović. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
    • 1998: Since then, there have been a number of reductions due to modernizations (the last standing places went away in 1998–99 in response to UEFA regulations which forbids standing at matches in the UEFA competition), countered to some extent by expansions. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
  • 2000s


    • 2000


    • 2001

      • 2001: The most recent modification to the crest occurred in 2001 when the club wanted to better situate itself for the twenty-first century and further standardize its crest. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • 2001: The club ceded part of its training grounds to the city of Madrid in 2001 and sold the rest to four corporations: Repsol YPF, Mutua Automovilística de Madrid, Sacyr Vallehermoso and OHL. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • 2001: Real Madrid ended their contract with Teka and for one season used the Realmadrid.com logo to promote the club's website. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.

    • 2002

      • 2002: It is debatable whether the gamble paid off, as despite a European Cup win in 2002, followed by the League in 2003, the club failed to win a major trophy for the next three seasons. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • 2002: Published in 2002, it talks about the most successful moments of the club during its first centenary, having been translated into various languages. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • 2002: The two teams met again in the 2002 UEFA Champions League semi-final. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • 2002: Then, in 2002, a deal was signed with Siemens Mobile and in 2006, the BenQ Siemens logo appeared on the club's shirt. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.

    • 2003

      • November 23, 2003: On the 23rd November 2003 under then Chilean manager Manuel Pellegrini who currently manages Real Madrid, Conca made his debut. - Darío Conca, Wikipedia.
      • December 3, 2003: The fastest goal in the history of the club (15 seconds) was scored by Brazilian Ronaldo on 3 December 2003 during a league match against Atlético Madrid. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.

    • 2004


    • 2005

      • 2005: The film follows former Newcastle United star Santiago Muñez as he is first scouted, and then signed by Real Madrid for the 2005-06 season. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.

    • 2006

      • May 9, 2006: The Alfredo di Stéfano Stadium was inaugurated at the City of Madrid where Real Madrid usually trains. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • 2006: Officially, Real Madrid's highest home attendance is 83,329 for a Copa del Rey match in 2006. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • July 2, 2006: Ramón Calderón was elected as club president on 2 July 2006 and subsequently appointed Fabio Capello as the new coach and Predrag Mijatović as the new sporting director. - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • November 15, 2006: Real Madrid President confirmed the signings of Gago as well as compatriot Gonzalo Higuaín of River Plate, and put through a policy of signing younger players to gradually replace the older stars in the squad. - Fernando Gago, Wikipedia.

    • 2007


    • 2008

      • September 1, 2008: The club's record sale came on 1 September 2008, when they sold Robinho to Manchester City for €42 million (£32.5 million). - Real Madrid C.F., Wikipedia.
      • September 17, 2008: He was sent off after receiving a second yellow card in FC BATE's away game against Real Madrid C.F.. - Anri Khagush, Wikipedia.
      • September 1, 2008: This was eclipsed by Manchester City's transfer of Robinho from Real Madrid on 1 September 2008 for £32.5 million. - Premier League, Wikipedia.
      • December, 2008: In mid December 2008, Portsmouth agreed a fee with Real Madrid subject to medical that he would join them, on the 1 January 2009 for a fee of around 20 million (£18.88 million). - Lassana Diarra, Wikipedia.
      • December 17, 2008: Real Madrid's official website confirmed an agreement for the transfer of the player, for five years. - Carlos Javier Acuña, Wikipedia.

    • 2009

  • 2010s







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