Founded in 1902, Real Madrid is a true institution of Spanish football, whose name Real, meaning Royal, was attributed directly by King Alfonso XIII in 1920. Under the presidency of Santiago Barnabeu, between 1943 and 1978, the club won the first five editions of the Champions League with Di Stefano, Puskás and Zarraga as its main players.
In the 2000s under the presidency of Florentino Pérez, and despite a complicated financial situation, the club decided to recruit a football star every summer, with the aim of increasing the club's revenues. It was the beginning of the Galactic era, with Zidane, Beckham, Ronaldo, Figo or even Raúl, who enabled the Merengue club to win 2 Liga, 2 Supercup and a Champions League in 2002.

In addition to its emblematic president Florentino Pérez, Real Madrid's new face is embodied by its coach Zinedine Zidane, a Galactic member and in coach since 2016. While his playing career has been a success, his debut as a coach is just as impressive, with three Champions League in his first three seasons on the bench of Madrid.

Real Madrid' record includes 33 Spanish Championship titles, 19 Spanish Cups, 10 Spanish Super Cups and, above all, 13 Champions League victories, a record. These many triumphs, both in Spain and internationally, have earned it the title of the Greatest club of the 20th century, awarded by the FIFA.

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Previous encounters

In the 2017/18 Champions League Round of 16, Real Madrid had won 3-1 at home, with two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo. In the second leg, the Merengue had won again 2 - 1 at Parc des Princes.

In the first Champions League group match at Parc des Princes, the Parisisans won 3-0 with two goals from Angel Di Maria. The two teams will meet again in Madrid on November 6th.

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Within its history, Real Madrid have been able to count on the presence of the world's top football stars playing in its rank, often with titles at stake. But the club has also enabled many players to win the most prestigious individual title: the Ballon d'Or. 11 Real Madrid players have won this award while playing for the Merengue, including Di Stefano, Kopa, Figo, Cristiano Ronaldo and more recently Luka Modric.

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Eden Hazard

Born on January 7th, 1991, in La Louvière, Belgium, Eden Hazard is a Belgian midfielder player. Trained at the LOSC with whom he turned professional in 2007, he became a key player of the Dogues' squad season after season. In 2011, he allowed the club to achieve both Championship / Coupe de France victory, winning the Player of the Year title as well. Moved to the Cheslea Blues in the summer of 2012, he confirmed all the hopes placed in him, collecting individual awards including 1 Best Passer title, 4 appearances in the Team of the Year, as well as a Premier League Player of the Year title. With the Blues, his record includes 2 Premier League titles and 1 Europa League victory in 2019. In the summer of 2019, he was transferred to Real Madrid, scoring his first goal under his new colours at the Audi Cup against Salzburg.
International with Belgium since 2008, he participated in 2018 World Cup in Russia, only beaten by France in the semi-finals.

Last encounter between the two teams

September 18th, 2019 - Parc des Princes
Real Madrid starting 11

Courtois, Carvajal, Varane, Eder Militao, Mendy, Casemiro, Kroos, James, Bale, Hazard, Benzema

Santiago Bernabéu

Inaugurated in 1947, Santiago Bernabeu has been Real Madrid's flagship stadium since its creation. It obtained its current name in 1955 in honour of the President of the same name, on duty until 1973. Throughout its history, the stadium has played host to the 1964 Euro final (won by Spain), the 1982 World Cup, and four Champions League finals, including the 1957 final won by the Madrid side. While its total capacity today is 81,044 spectators in match mode, the attendance record set in 1957 was around 124,000 spectators for the European Cup final between Real Madrid and Fiorentina.


Avenida de Concha Espina 1

28036, Madrid Espagne


Located in the business district of Madrid La Castellana, Santiago Bernabéu is accessible with metro Line 10, as well as buses 27, 40, 126, 147 and 150, at the Santiago Bernabéu stop.

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