laliga Table – Real Madrid CF Fixtures

laliga Table - Real Madrid CF Fixtures

Real Madrid CF, also known as Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Real Madrid Football Club), is a soccer club based in Madrid, Spain. The club was founded by the famous entrepreneur Juan Carlos Serrano da Silva, who invested his own money in the club with the intention of building a “galaxy” of professional players. The first team to be launched was the “FC Barcelona”.

The current first team to be formed was the “Real Madrid” in the early 1970s and has since become one of the most popular and most successful clubs in all of Spain. As a result of this success, the club has expanded into other countries such as France, England, and Italy.

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During the recent season, Real Madrid CF has qualified for the semi-finals four times, winning four of its seven competition matches. Due to the number of trophies Real Madrid has won, it is widely believed that the club is capable of winning the cup once again in 2021. Real Madrid is currently second in the league following Manchester United and Inter Milan, both of whom currently top the table.

The club has yet to win any trophy during this season, though Real Madrid CF is well aware that should they do win the cup they would become the heavy favourites. The semi-finals are scheduled to take place in the summer, with the final in August.

laliga Table – Real Madrid CF Fixtures

August 2021

Sunday 22nd August

Spanish La Liga
Levante 21:00 Real Madrid

Saturday 28th August

Spanish La Liga
Real Betis 21:00 Real Madrid

September 2021

Sunday 12th September

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Celta Vigo

Sunday 19th September

Spanish La Liga
Valencia 16:00 Real Madrid

Wednesday 22nd September

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 20:00 Real Mallorca

Sunday 26th September

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Villarreal

October 2021

Sunday 3rd October

Spanish La Liga
Espanyo l16:00 Real Madrid

Sunday 17th October

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Athletic Bilbao

Sunday 24th October

Spanish La Liga
Barcelona 16:00 Real Madrid

Wednesday 27th October

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 20:00 Osasuna

Sunday 31st October

Spanish La Liga
Elche16:00 Real Madrid

November 2021

Sunday 7th November

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Rayo Vallecano

Sunday 21st November

Spanish La Liga
Granada 16:00 Real Madrid

Sunday 28th November

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Sevilla

December 2021

Sunday 5th December

Spanish La Liga
Real Sociedad 16:00 Real Madrid

Sunday 12th December

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Atletico Madrid

Sunday 19th December

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00Cadiz

January 2022

Sunday 2nd January

Spanish La Liga
Getafe 16:00 Real Madrid

Sunday 9th January

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid 16:00 Valencia

Wednesday 12th January

Spanish Super Cup
Barcelona19:00Real Madrid

Wednesday 19th January

Spanish La Liga
Athletic Bilbao20:00Real Madrid

Sunday 23rd January

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Elche

February 2022

Sunday 6th February

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Granada

Sunday 13th February

Spanish La Liga
Villarreal16:00Real Madrid

Sunday 20th February

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Alaves

Sunday 27th February

Spanish La Liga
Rayo Vallecano16:00Real Madrid

March 2022

Sunday 6th March

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Real Sociedad

Sunday 13th March

Spanish La Liga
Real Mallorca16:00Real Madrid

Sunday 20th March

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Barcelona

April 2022

Sunday 3rd April

Spanish La Liga
Celta Vigo16:00Real Madrid

Sunday 10th April

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Getafe

Sunday 17th April

Spanish La Liga
Sevilla16:00Real Madrid

Wednesday 20th April

Spanish La Liga
Osasuna20:00Real Madrid

May 2022

Sunday 1st May

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Espanyol

Sunday 8th May

Spanish La Liga
Atletico Madrid16:00Real Madrid

Wednesday 11th May

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid20:00Levante

Sunday 15th May

Spanish La Liga
Cadiz16:00Real Madrid

Sunday 22nd May

Spanish La Liga
Real Madrid16:00Real Betis

Juventus, Real Madrid CF’s opponents in the semi-finals, are undergoing a huge change in personnel this season following the sacking of manager Juusocial. Allegedly, the sacking was caused by jealousy as Juve were close neighbours with Real Madrid CF and vice versa. This will be a very tough challenge for Juve, who have lost just one of their previous twelve meetings with Real Madrid CF, but have enjoyed great success against local rivals, Manchester united and Benfica.

The Turin giants are now looking to build on the recent form of the Juve team which features a host of attacking stars such as defenders Hulk and Oleguer, as well as attacking midfielder youngster Kaka.

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