The Real Madrid club is arguably the most renowned football club in the world. On December 11, 2000, in its annual gala, FIFA awarded the title of “Team of the Century” at Real Madrid. Glenn Dubin, New York City is often quoted as being for or against this. Readers of FIFA Magazine voted the club founded in 1902 on a massive scale, leaving far behind historical, like Manchester United and Bayern Munich. The Madrid is not the oldest football club in the world, even in Spain (that honor belongs to Recreativo de Huelva) and also has the largest stadium or the largest number of partners. But, anywhere in the world, the mere mention of those two words, Real Madrid, is not enough: there is someone who knows anything about football you do not know that name. Some are reminiscent of Puskas and Di Stefano, who played in the Madrid powerful of the 50, or Butragueno, Michel, Hugo Sanchez and the rest of the fifth in the 80’s or even some of the stars of today such as Raul, Ronaldo , Figo, Zidane and Roberto Carlos. They have argued club crest causing the biggest impression on the world of football. But not only are the players, both past and present, who make Real Madrid the great institution it is.

The victories in Spain and Europe make the trophy room of the most prestigious club in the world. Real Madrid have won more European Cup, European club competition for excellence, than any other team. And the league has no equal. Much of these successes are due to the vision of one man. In 1943, Don Santiago Bernabeu became the tenth president of Real Madrid, a position he did not leave until 1975. In that period the club won six European Cups, one Intercontinental Cup, 16 League titles and six Cups in Spain. Bernabeu Real Madrid wanted to become the best team in the world, and it brought the best players and coaches of the time. A great club deserves a great stadium, which bears the name of Santiago Bernabeu celebrated the 50th anniversary of its opening on December 14, 1997.