2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
26-9-3, 1st in Spanish Primera División
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6hRodrigo Faez and Alex Kirkland

Sources: Madrid spending dependent on Bale sale

After Madrid wrapped up the La Liga title last month, president Florentino Perez confirmed that no major signings were incoming.

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6dAdriana Garcia and Rodrigo Faez

Real Madrid's Mariano tests positive for COVID-19

Madrid face City at the Etihad Stadium on Friday Aug. 7 for the second leg of their round-of-16 clash, which they trail 2-1.

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7dRodrigo Faez

Sources: Madrid eye French starlet Kounde

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is looking to add to his La Liga winning squad ahead of next season.

McGregor shows off his soccer skills in reply to Sergio Ramos (0:27)
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10dAdriana Garcia

Benzema scoffs at praise from France fed chief

Karim Benzema says "he prefers to laugh" in response to the praise he has received from the French Football Federation president Noel Le Graet.

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12dAlex Kirkland and Rodrigo Faez

Modric: No talks on Real Madrid extension

Luka Modric has said that he'll stay at Real Madrid next season but said discussions with the club about extending his contract are yet to begin.

Benzema or Messi: Who would have won the Ballon d'Or? (1:31)
Sid Lowe: Gareth Bale's stance 'sad' on many levels (1:54)
Who's been better Lionel Messi or Karim Benzema? (1:29)
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14dGraham Hunter

La Liga deserves thanks for putting on a show

Football in La Liga has been utterly beautiful since its return. The league has had so much drama in a tough situation and has been a real success.

Sergio Ramos celebrates with the McGregor strut (0:16)
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17dRodrigo Faez and Adriana Garcia

Sources: Casillas, Real in talks about adviser role

​Iker Casillas is in advanced talks to return to Real Madrid as an adviser five years after an acrimonious exit from the club, sources told ESPN.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference452nd
Goals Scored702nd
Goals Conceded251st