List of Real Madrid CF records and statistics

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Cristiano Ronaldo, pictured here in March 2015, is Real Madrid's all-time leading goalscorer with 450 goals in all competitions.

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol is a Spanish professional association football club based in Madrid. The club was formed in 1902 as Madrid Football Club, and played its first competitive match on 13 May 1902, when it entered the semi-final of the Campeonato de Copa de S.M. Alfonso XIII.[1] Real Madrid currently plays in the Spanish top-tier La Liga, having become one of the founding members of that league in 1929, and is one of three clubs, the others being Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao, to have never been relegated from the league. They have also been involved in European football ever since they became the first Spanish club to enter the European Cup in 1955, except for the 1977–78 and 1996–97 seasons.

This list encompasses the major honours won by Real Madrid and records set by the club, their managers and their players. The player records section includes details of the club's leading goalscorers and those who have made most appearances in first team competitions. It also records notable achievements by Real Madrid players on the international stage, and the highest transfer fees paid and received by the club.

The club currently holds the record for the most European Cup / UEFA Champions League triumphs, with 14, and the most La Liga titles, with 35. Additionally, Real has won the Copa del Rey 19 times, the Supercopa de España 12 times, the Copa de la Liga once, the Copa Eva Duarte once, the UEFA Cup twice, the European/UEFA Super Cup five times, the Intercontinental Cup three times and the FIFA Club World Cup four times. Powered by its fourteen European Cups, Real Madrid have a distinction of being the most successful club in terms of international titles, having amassed 28 pieces of silverware, more than any other team in the world. On the domestic front, its 68 titles rank second to Barcelona.[2] The club's record appearance maker is Raúl, who made 741 appearances from 1994 to 2010; the club's record goalscorer is Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 450 goals in all competitions from 2009 to 2018.

Players

Appearances

Competitive, professional matches only. Bold indicates player is still active at club level. As of 4 October 2022.

Rank Player Years League Cup Europe[A] Other[B] Total
1 Spain Raúl 1994–2010 550 37 132 22 741
2 Spain Iker Casillas 1999–2015 510 40 152 23 725
3 Spain Manolo Sanchís 1983–2001 523 67 99 21 710
4 Spain Sergio Ramos 2005–2021 469 48 129 25 671
5 Spain Santillana 1971–1988 461 84 87 13 645
6 France Karim Benzema 2009–present 420 44 124 24 612
7 Spain Fernando Hierro 1989–2003 439 43 103 16 601
Spain Francisco Gento 1953–1971 428 74 95 4 601
9 Spain José Camacho 1973–1989 414 61 90 12 577
10 Spain Pirri 1964–1980 417 67 75 2 561

Others

1Includes all European club tournaments, Intercontinental Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.
2Includes all European club tournaments and Intercontinental Cup.
3Includes European Cup / UEFA Champions League, European Cup Winners' Cup, UEFA Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

Goalscorers

Competitive, professional matches only. Appearances, including substitutes, are shown in parentheses. As of 4 October 2022.

Rank Player Years League[4] Cup Europe[A] Other[B] Total Ratio
1 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 2009–2018 311 (292) 22 (30) 105 (101) 12 (15) 450 (438) 1.03
2 France Karim Benzema 2009–present 222 (420) 21 (44) 74 (124) 10 (24) 327 (612) 0.53
3 Spain Raúl 1994–2010 228 (550) 18 (37) 66 (132) 11 (22) 323 (741) 0.44
4 ArgentinaSpain Alfredo Di Stéfano 1953–1964 216 (282) 40 (50) 49 (58) 3 (6) 308 (396) 0.78
5 Spain Santillana 1971–1988 186 (461) 49 (84) 47 (87) 8 (13) 290 (645) 0.45
6 HungarySpain Ferenc Puskás 1958–1966 156 (180) 49 (41) 35 (39) 2 (2) 242 (262) 0.92
7 Mexico Hugo Sánchez 1985–1992 164 (207) 19 (32) 23 (39) 2 (4) 208 (282) 0.74
8 Spain Francisco Gento 1952–1970 126 (428) 22 (74) 30 (95) 4 (4) 182 (601) 0.30
9 Spain Pirri 1964–1979 123 (417) 25 (67) 23 (75) 1 (2) 172 (561) 0.31
10 Spain Emilio Butragueño 1983–1995 123 (341) 16 (39) 27 (75) 5 (8) 171 (463) 0.37

By competition

1Includes all European club tournaments, Intercontinental Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.
2Includes European Cup / UEFA Champions League, European Cup Winners' Cup, UEFA Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

In a single season

In a single match

Others

Historical goals

Goal Name Date Match
1st ever Ireland Arthur Johnson 13 May 1902 Barcelona 3–1 Madrid
1st in Copa del Rey Spain Armando Giralt 6 April 1903 Madrid 4–1 Español
1st in La Liga Spain Jaime Lazcano 10 February 1929 Real Madrid 5–0 Europa
1000th in La Liga Spain Pahiño 5 November 1950 Athletic 2–5 Real Madrid
1st in European Cup Spain Miguel Muñoz 8 September 1955 Servette 0–2 Real Madrid
2000th in La Liga Spain Francisco Gento 9 November 1963 Real Madrid 3–1 Pontevedra
3000th in La Liga Spain Juanito 20 January 1982 Salamanca 1–3 Real Madrid
1st in Copa de la Liga Netherlands John Metgod 12 June 1983 Real Madrid 1–0 Real Sociedad
1000th in Copa del Rey Spain Emilio Butragueño 5 February 1986 Recreativo 3–1 Real Madrid
4000th in La Liga Chile Iván Zamorano 22 December 1994 Valladolid 0–5 Real Madrid
5000th in La Liga Spain Guti 14 September 2008 Real Madrid 4–3 Numancia
1000th in European competitions France Karim Benzema 16 September 2014 Real Madrid 5–1 Basel
6000th in La Liga Spain Marco Asensio 18 February 2018 Betis 3–5 Real Madrid
1000th in Champions League France Karim Benzema 3 November 2021 Real Madrid 2–1 Shakhtar Donetsk

Internationals

World Cup Winners

The following players have won the FIFA World Cup while playing for Real Madrid:[10]

Award winners

Ballon d'Or (1956–)

The following players have won the Ballon d'Or while playing for Real Madrid:[11]

FIFA World Player of the Year (1991–2009)

The following players have won the FIFA World Player of the Year award while playing for Real Madrid:

FIFA Ballon d'Or (2010–2015)

The following players have won the FIFA Ballon d'Or while playing for Real Madrid:

The Best FIFA Men's Player (2016–)

The following players have won The Best FIFA Men's Player while playing for Real Madrid:

European Golden Shoe

The following players have won the European Golden Shoe while playing for Real Madrid:

UEFA Club Footballer of the Year (1998–2010)

The following players have won the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year award while playing for Real Madrid:

UEFA Best Player in Europe Award (2011–)

The following players have won the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award while playing for Real Madrid:

UEFA Champions League Player of the Season (2022–)

Transfers

Highest transfer fees paid

Gareth Bale, signed in September 2013 from Tottenham Hotspur for £86 million, became Real Madrid's most expensive purchase.

Real Madrid's record signings are Gareth Bale and Eden Hazard. Bale signed for the club from Tottenham Hotspur for a total of £86 million in September 2013, according to media reports. Hazard signed from Chelsea for a fee of £103 million in June 2019.

Rank Player From Transfer fee
(£ millions)[12][13]
Transfer fee
( millions)
Date Ref.
1 Belgium Eden Hazard England Chelsea £103 €121 June 2019 [14][15]
2 Wales Gareth Bale England Tottenham Hotspur £86 €100 September 2013 [16]
3 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo England Manchester United £80 €96 June 2009 [17]
4 France Aurélien Tchouaméni France Monaco £67.5 €80 June 2022 [18]
5 France Zinedine Zidane Italy Juventus £46.6 €76 July 2001 [19]
6 Colombia James Rodríguez France Monaco £63 €75 July 2014 [20]
7 Brazil Kaká Italy Milan £56 €67 June 2009 [21]
8 Portugal Luís Figo Spain Barcelona £37 €62 July 2000 [22]
9 Serbia Luka Jović Germany Eintracht Frankfurt £52.4 €60 June 2019 [23]
10 Brazil Éder Militão Portugal Porto £43 €50 July 2019 [24]

Highest transfer fees received

Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Juventus in 2018 remains the club's record sale. Ronaldo was also their record transfer at the time of his move to Madrid in 2009.

Rank Player To Transfer fee
(£ millions)[12][13]
Transfer fee
( millions)
Date Ref.
1 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Italy Juventus £100 €117 July 2018 [25]
2 Argentina Ángel Di María England Manchester United £59.7 €75.6 August 2014 [26]
3 Brazil Casemiro England Manchester United £60 €70 August 2022 [27]
4 Spain Álvaro Morata England Chelsea £58 €65.5 July 2017 [28]
5 Germany Mesut Özil England Arsenal £42.5 €50 September 2013 [29]
6 Croatia Mateo Kovačić England Chelsea £40.3 €45 July 2019 [30]
7 Brazil Robinho England Manchester City £32.5 €42 September 2008 [31]
8 Morocco Achraf Hakimi Italy Inter Milan £36.3 €41 July 2020 [32]
9 Argentina Gonzalo Higuaín Italy Napoli £34.5 €40 July 2013 [33]
France Raphaël Varane England Manchester United £34 €40 August 2021 [34]

Managerial records

  • First full-time manager: Ireland Arthur Johnson.
  • Most years as manager: 15 years – Spain Miguel Muñoz (1959, 1960–1974)
  • Most titles won as manager: 14Spain Miguel Muñoz
  • Most matches managed: 604Spain Miguel Muñoz
  • Most matches won as manager: 357Spain Miguel Muñoz
  • Most goals scored under manager: 1,225Spain Miguel Muñoz

Managers' individual awards while managing Real Madrid:

Team records

Matches

Record wins

Record defeats

  • Record League defeat:
1–8 against Español (in 1929–30 La Liga).
  • Record Cup defeat:
0–6 against Valencia (in 1998–99 Copa del Rey).
  • Record European defeat:
0–5 against 1. FC Kaiserslautern (in 1981–82 UEFA Cup).
0–5 against Milan (in 1988–89 European Cup).

Streaks

  • Longest unbeaten run (all major competitions): 40 matches (from 2015–16 UEFA Champions League quarter-finals first leg, to matchday 16 2016–17 La Liga season).
  • Longest unbeaten run (League): 28 matches (from matchday 27 2015–16 season, to matchday 16 2016–17 season).
  • Longest unbeaten home run (League): 121 matches (from 1956–57 season, to 1964–65 season).[35]
  • Longest unbeaten away run (League): 13 matches (from matchday 23 2016–17 season, to matchday 8 2017–18 season).
  • Longest unbeaten run from the first match of season (League): 28 matches (1988–89 season).
  • Longest winning streak (all major competitions): 22 matches (2014–15 season).
  • Longest winning streak (League): 16 matches (from matchday 27 2015–16 season, to matchday 4 2016–17 season).[36]
  • Longest winning home streak (League): 31 matches (from matchday 36 1987–88 season, to matchday 28 1988–89 season).
  • Longest winning away streak (League): 13 matches (from matchday 23 2016–17 season, to matchday 8 2017–18 season).
  • Longest winning streak from the first match of season (League): 9 matches (1968–69 season).
  • Longest drawing streak (League): 4 matches (2006–07 season).
  • Longest losing streak (League): 5 matches (2003–04 season, 2008–09 season).
  • Longest streak without a win (League): 9 matches (1984–85 season).
  • Longest scoring run (all major competitions): 73 matches (from 2015–16 UEFA Champions League semi-finals first leg, to matchday 4 2017–18 La Liga season).[37]
  • Longest scoring run (League): 54 matches (from matchday 27 2015–16 season, to matchday 4 2017–18 season).
  • Longest scoring home run (League): 26 matches (from matchday 28 2015–16 season, to matchday 3 2017–18 season).
  • Longest scoring away run (League): 35 matches (from matchday 18 2015–16 season, to matchday 10 2017–18 season).
  • Longest non-scoring run (League): 3 matches (2001–02 season).
  • Longest streak without conceding a goal (League): 7 matches (1997–98 season).

Wins/draws/losses in a season

  • Most league wins in a season: 32 in 38 games (in 2011–12 season).
  • Most league home wins in a season: 18 in 19 games (in 1987–88 and 2009–10 seasons).
  • Most league away wins in a season: 16 in 19 games (in 2011–12 season).
  • Most league draws in a season: 15 in 34 games (in 1978–79 season).
  • Most league defeats in a season: 13 in 34 games (in 1973–74 season).
  • Fewest league wins in a season: 7 in 18 games (in 1929–30 season).
  • Fewest league draws in a season:
  • Fewest league defeats in a season: 0 in 18 games (in 1931–32 season).

Goals

  • Most league goals scored in a season: 121 (in 2011–12 season).
  • Most goals scored in a season in all competitions: 174 (in 2011–12 season).
  • Best goal difference in a League season: +89 (in 2011–12 season).
  • Fewest league goals scored in a season: 24 (in 1930–31 season).
  • Most league goals conceded in a season: 71 (in 1950–51 season).
  • Fewest league goals conceded in a season: 15 (in 1931–32 season).

Points

  • Most points in a season:
    • Two points for a win: 66 in 44 matches (in 1986–87 season).
    • Three points for a win: 100 in 38 matches (in 2011–12 season).[38]
  • Fewest points in a season:
    • Two points for a win: 17 in 18 matches (in 1929–30 season).
    • Three points for a win: 70 in 42 matches (in 1995–96 season).

Season-by-season performance

Honours

Official

Regional competitions

  • Campeonato Regional Centro / Trofeo Mancomunado:[39][40]
    • Winners (22, record): 1902–03,[a] 1904–05, 1905–06, 1906–07,[b] 1907–08, 1912–13, 1915–16, 1916–17, 1917–18, 1919–20, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1923–24, 1925–26, 1926–27, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1932–33, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1935–36
    • Runners-up: (6) 1902–03, 1910–11, 1918–19, 1924–25, 1927–28, 1939–40
  • Copa Federación Centro:
    • Winners (3, record): 1922–23, 1927–28, 1943–44
    • Runners-up (1): 1940–41

Domestic competitions

European competitions

Worldwide competitions

Unofficial

In 2017, Real Madrid received the Nine Values Cup, an award of the international children's social programme Football for Friendship.[54]

Achievements

Doubles

League and European Double
Cup and European Double
Domestic Double

Three-peats

European Cup / UEFA Champions League
FIFA Club World Cup
La Liga
Copa del Rey
Supercopa de España

Four titles in a season

2016–17
2017–18

Awards

Rankings

Guinness World Records

  • Most matches won in the UEFA Champions League era by a football team[58]
  • Most title wins of the top division in Spanish football[59]
  • Most consecutive UEFA Champions League football seasons scored in by a player (jointly held)[60]
  • Most wins of the football European Cup / Champions League title (team)[61]
  • Most consecutive matches won in the top division of Spanish football (jointly held)[62]

Other achievements

Footnotes

  1. ^ The 1903 championship was won by Moderno FC and was included in Real Madrid's trophies following their merger in 1904.
  2. ^ Madrid FC won the 1907 tournament, but the federation annulled the results.
  3. ^ Inaugural winners.
  4. ^ Inaugural winners.
  5. ^ Inaugural winners.
  6. ^ Inaugural winners.
  7. ^ Inaugural winners.
A. ^ The "Europe" column constitutes goals and appearances in the European Cup / UEFA Champions League, European / UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, and UEFA Cup / Europa League.
B. ^ The "Other" column constitutes goals and appearances in the Supercopa de España, Copa de la Liga, European / UEFA Super Cup, Intercontinental Cup, and FIFA Club World Championship / Club World Cup.

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