History of the Real Madrid football Club

History of the Real Madrid summary


1902-1910
Coming from England, began to introduce in Spain a new sport, football. Its great reception led to the creation of the first societies in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to practise it. One of them was the Madrid football Club, seed of the actual Real Madrid. Julián Palacios was erected in his first visible head, but who officially constituted the institution was Juan Padrós (1902). The hobby grew at such a speed that Madrid posed the request for a tournament in homage to King Alfonso XIII. The initiative became the Spanish Cup.  

1911-1920 Spanish football was going through a moment of difficulty and indefinition. Real Madrid was no stranger to him, but he overcame it thanks to the good work of its executives. In the face of the growing hobby, they saw the need for a change of field to facilitate that great influx of public and thus obtain more income. There was a transfer to the O'Donnell Stadium. To such an extent came the dimension of our club that the greater stewardship of S.M. the King granted to Madrid the title of ' Real ' (1920).

1921-1930
At the beginning of the 1920s, Real Madrid was once again a pioneer in Spanish football. The white entity made a series of outings abroad, which turned it into an international benchmark. Faced with such transcendence, the club made two more stadium changes at this time. First, to the linear city velodrome, and later Chamartín was built. It is the latter that hosted the first game of the recently created League Championship (1928).

1931-1940
The incorporation of Ricardo Zamora was followed shortly after by those of Ciriaco and Quincoces. They all formed the best defense in the world. The consequence, four titles (two of league and two of cup) in four years. The germ of a winning Madrid was born, but the outbreak of the Civil War truncated that triumphalism

1941-1950
From this stage will emerge the future successes of the entity and the rivalry with Barcelona. We had to rebuild the Chamartín Stadium, make a new team and take the pulse of the competition. Challenges all of them, which thanks to the figure of Santiago Bernabeu, were achieved and surpassed. In this decade they laid the foundations of which over the years would be recognized as the ' best Club of the twentieth century '.

1951-1960
This decade was brilliant. A pleiad of players, led by Alfredo Di Stéfano, placed Real Madrid on the cusp of football. The team of the five consecutive European Cups astonished the world for its spectacular game. An inexhaustible torrent of successes legitimized the club as the most laureate of Europe. He proclaimed himself ' King of Kings ' and, if it were not enough, he raised an Intercontinental Cup in his first edition (1960). 

1961-1970
The team was in a renovation phase. In Spain was very superior, won eight league championships, five of them consecutive and with doubled league and Copa. Outside our borders got the sixth European Cup, achieved by the Real Madrid of the ' Yeye

1971-1980
The decade in which the team won the Sixth league championship on property was also marked by the death of Santiago Bernabeu. Football was dressed in mourning on June 2, 1978, when the president who went up to the top of Real Madrid disappeared. Luis de Carlos replaced his friend and mentor. He ran the white institution for 7 years. At that time he knew how to embody and transmit the values of the entity, which earned him his recognition at the world level. 

1981-1990
A brilliant generation of Quarrymen was the protagonist of the years 80. ' La Quinta del Vulture ', led by Emilio Butragueño, turned Real Madrid into one of the best teams in history. The goals of Hugo Sanchez also played a very important role in this successful decade. The Whites got the first two UEFA Cups and patented the historic European comebacks and the magic nights of the Bernabeu.

1991-2000
Jorge Valdano, Fabio Capello and Vicente del Bosque were the names of this decade. Three successful coaches who took Real Madrid to send in the league championship and in Europe. They counted on star players to proclaim themselves champions. Players of the stature of Redondo, Laudrup, Seedorf, Suker, Mijatovic or Roberto Carlos landed in the club Blanco in the 90. 

2001-2010
In this decade Real Madrid returned to walk proud and triumphant on the old continent. The group of Madrid raised the ninth European Cup, the third Intercontinental and five leagues, among other titles. In addition, Florentino Pérez healed the institution's economy by making it one of the most powerful on the planet.

2011-2015
At this stage Real Madrid has remarked the pattern of world football. In 2014, it raised the tenth European Cup and the World Club. In addition, a European Super Cup and a King's Cup were also conquered with Ancelotti. Before, with Mourinho in front (2010-13), the team achieved league, Copa and Supercup of Spain. In June 2015, Rafa Benítez takes over a new and exciting project.