Real Madrid Schedule Fixtures 2017/2018 – Surely, you have heard about a football club named Real Madrid before, right? Why not? It is one of the most famous and popular ones among all. People are dying to see whenever Real Madrid fixtures are held. There will always be new events every year after all. Before that though, let’s talk some more about this club here. If you want to cheer for the team, let’s know better about this club here.
What You Need to Know About Real Madrid, Real Madrid originally has its full name “Real Madrid Club de Futbol” in Spanish. In English, its name would mean Royal Madrid Football Club. The name Real Madrid is how it is used to be called and is known up to today. As the name suggests, this Real Madrid football club is one that is based in Madrid, Spain. It is an old one for it has been 115 years long already since it was founded in 1902.
Yet, this old team is still an undoubtedly professional one. Domestically, this club has won as much as 32 La Liga, 9 Supercopa, 19 numbers of del Rey and 1 Copa de la Liga. Meanwhile, internationally, it gets 11 EUFA champions league titles, 2 UEFA Cups, 3 UEFA Super Cups, 2 FIFA Club World Cups, etc. Real Madrid fixtures should be much worth to see.
The Current Real Madrid Squad
Of course, this football club of Real Madrid has developed and framed much because of the existence of the staffs and the players. Currently, this club is being taken care of by Zinedine Zidane as the head coach who had been the player himself formerly. There are 2 assistant coaches of this club. They are David Bettoni and Hamidou Msaidie. There is still Luis Llopis as the goalkeeping coach.
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Then, there are also Bernardo Requena as the fitness coach and Chendo as the match delegate. Currently, there are as much as 25 players in the club with 9 players being out on loan. There will be some worth-to-see matches in tomorrow and the days following too in Real Madrid scheduled fixtures. Against teams, like Bilbao, Alaves, Leganes, Atletico Madrid, Gijon, etc., Real Madrid would surely put up a good fight. You better not miss the games in the field.