The FIFA World Cup ends on July 13 and attention will then turn to the start of the domestic season for clubs all across Europe. Some of the best clubs from the continent will make their way to the United States to compete in the annual International Champions Cup. The current champions of Europe, Real Madrid CF, will also be taking part in the tournament. They narrowly missed out on the La Liga title but more than made up for it by lifting the coveted La Decima in Lisbon. This is your chance to watch stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Xabi Alonso by booking your International Champions Cup Real Madrid tickets.
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The International Champions Cup Real Madrid CF games will be one of the most watched encounters in the entire tournament. The hype surrounding the Spanish giants has always been huge but even that has gone up a notch or two now that they have ended their twelve year wait to win the UEFA Champions League, the most prestigious trophy in club soccer. Formed in the year 1902, Real Madrid, also known as the Los Blancos due to their all white kit, have always been among the elite in the sport. Their success on the field is unparalleled. Real Madrid are the current holders of the “Copa del Rey” as well. The club has a special affinity with it as it was the first major trophy that they won in 1905. That triumph was the start of a legacy that is more glorious than any other club in the world.
Real Madrid were crowned champions of Spain for the first time at the end of the 1931-1932 season. They repeated the trick next year too. They had won a total of nine Copa del Reys and two Spanish titles by the time 1950’s came around. That decade is when the foundations were laid for Real Madrid to become what it is today. Real Madrid won the Spanish title once again in 1954 and went on to be crowned champions of Spain three more times. The first ever European Cup was held in 1955-1956 season and Real Madrid won the inaugural edition. Not only that, but they also won the next four European Cups as well to create a record that will not be broken.
An incredible eight Spanish league titles, one Copa del Rey and two more European Cups were won by Real Madrid in 1960’s. Real didn’t win any European Cup for quite some time after that but their dominance in Spain continued as they were crowned Spanish champions ten times and lifted the Copa del Rey thrice between 1972 and 1989. Real Madrid then went on to win La Liga thrice during the 1990’s and the Copa del Rey the same number of times. However it was their return to the summit of European soccer that was arguably their biggest achievement during that decade. Real Madrid won the Champions League/European Cup in 1998 for the first time since 1966.
Real Madrid CF celebrated the arrival of the new millennium in style by winning their second Champions League in three seasons when they lifted the famous trophy in 2000. The La Liga was won in 2001 which was followed by another Champions League in 2002 and a league title the next year. Real’s arch rivals Barcelona then came on to the scene as a major force in Spain. They won the league title three times on the trot between 2004 and 2006. Their dominance was ended when Los Blancos won back to back league titles in 2007 and 2008. Real then won the Copa del Rey in 2011 and the La Liga once again in 2012. The 2013-2014 campaign ended with Real Madrid doing the Copa del Rey and Champions League double.
The Champions League triumph in 2014 made them the first team to be crowned champions of Europe ten times. They hold the record for the most league titles win in Spain. Real Madrid have also won nineteen Copa del Reys, two UEFA Cups, one UEFA Super Cup and a record three Intercontinental Cups. The current generation of “Galacticos” will soon be making their way to the United States. Book your International Champions Cup Real Madrid CF tickets and watch the greatest club in the world play live.