Monday, July 11, 2011

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A brief history
Before 1897, the population of Madrid do not know football. This sport was introduced a number of professors and students Institución Libre de Enseñanza, by establishing Football Club Sky in 1897, who played on Sunday mornings at Moncloa.The club split into two in 1900; New Foot-Ball de Madrid and Club Español de Madrid. Two years later the Club Español de Madrid split again, and has resulted in the formation of Madrid Football Club on March 6, 1902. After three years of existence, Madrid FC won its first title by beating Athletic Bilbo in the Spanish Cup final. The club is also the founder of the Spanish Football Association on January 4, 1909. It was led by Adolfo Meléndez club. In 1920, the club changed its name to Real Madrid. King Alfonso is the name Real, or Royal, to the club. Nine years later the first Spanish football league was established. White earned his first Spanish Primera Liga in 1931, following years to reach again, and became the first club twice won successive league titles. In 1945 Santiago Bernabéu Yeste became president. Under his leadership the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium and the Ciudad Deportiva rebuilt, after being damaged in the civil war. 1953, Bernabeu introduce a strategy to bring world-class players from abroad. One of them, and most famously, is the Alfredo Di Stefano. Jadilan Real Madrid club's first multinational in the world. In 1955, inspired writings Gabriel Hanot - journalist and editor of L'Equipe on the formation of the Copa Latina, the tournament involving clubs of France, Spain, Portugal, and Italy - met Bedrignan Bernabeu and Gusztáv Sebes at the Ambassador Hotel in Paris, and formed tournament which is now called the Champions League. Madrid dominated the Champions Cup trophy by winning it in 1956 to 1960, and entitled to the original trophy and UEFA the right to wear the symbol as a tribute. 1966, Madrid won the Champions Cup, the sixth time by defeating FK Partizan 2-1 in the final. At that Madrid has really become a team with players from various nationalities, and dubbed the Ye-Ye team. Ye-Ye come from yeah, yeah, yeah, the Beatles nicknamed chorus song She Loves You, because before the match Real Madrid's four-member Beatles pose with clothes and wigs in the newspaper Marca Dario. Ye-ye generation also reached the final of the Champions Cup in 1962 and 1964, but failed to win it.
El Derbi madrileño
Real Madrid fans see as viable rivals Atletico Madrid. Although founded three Basque students in 1903, Atletico Madrid's popular because it supported the defectors from Marid FC. But that's not what makes fans of both teams tense relationship throughout the mass. Supporters came from middle-class Madrid, Atletico fans mostly from the working class. The first time the two met on 21 February 1929. Madrid to win it. Rivalry both international attention in 1959 when it met in the Champions Cup semifinals. Madrid won the first leg 2-1 at the Bernabeu, but lost 1-0 in the Metropolitano. Repeated game, and Madrid won 2-1.
El Clásico
Real Madrid's rivalry with Barcelona is a product of political tension Castilians and Catalans. Madrid is the center of government and royal family. In the era of dictator General Franco, Madrid represents the centripetal force conservative. On the other hand, almost all the ideas of political modernization; republicanism, feneralisme, anarchism, syndicalism, and communism, was introduced in Spain and strengthened in Barcelona. Fashion, philosophy, and art, came to Spain via Barcelona, ​​before being accepted all over the country. Rivalry not only take place both in the Spanish Primera Liga, but also in Europe. And not only in the field, but also in all the sports business activities. In 2000, the departure of Luis Figo to Real Madrid sparked public outrage Catalan.
Real Madrid several times to move the stadium. They've played at the Campo de O'Donnell for six years, since 1912. Then moved to the Campo de Ciudad lineal, which only a capacity of 8.000 spectators. On May 17, 1923, Madrid moved Estadio Chamartín, with a capacity of 22 500 spectators. Two decades later, look at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu Yeste Chamartín no longer feasible. A new stadium was built and inaugurated on December 14, 1947. Stadium that is currently known as the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. The stadium was originally able to accommodate 120 thousand spectators, but there should not be dimordenisasi with spectator stands, a capacity of 80,354 seats. On May 9, 2006, the Stadium was inaugurated Alfredo Di Stefano. This is where Madrid's training. The stadium has a capacity of 5,000 spectators, and fans only watch their team practice.
In contrast to most clubs in Europe, Madrid - since its establishment hinga today - owned and run by a socio, or member of a group of fans. Members socio buy season tickets. Their numbers reached 68,670, and they who made Madrid as a club that can attract the largest audience. In the 2004-2005 season, attendance increased to an average of 71,900 per game. Under Florentino Perez, the season of 2000-2006, Madrid runs its ambition to be the richest club in the world. Perez sells training camp to the city of Madrid in 2001, and release ownership of the four subsidiaries; Repsol YPF, Mutua Automovilística de Madrid, Sacyr Vallehermoso and OHL, to pay debts and buy Luis Figo, Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane and David Beckham, who makes they nicknamed Los Galacticos.
After the 2004/2005 season, Madrid put an end to the status of Manchester United as the club's highest paid in the world for eight years. Madrid earnings rose 17 percent to £ 190m, thanks to the success of exploiting the Asian market. After Perez era ended, Madrid back under the MU.

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