- Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale is a Welsh professional footballer who currently represents Real Madrid and Wales national teams. Known for his stunning ball striking skills and running with the ball, Gareth has won multiple major trophies such as Copa del Rey 2013-14 and 2018 UEFA Champions League tournaments.
Gareth began his career at Southampton as a left back, where he quickly caught the attention of Tottenham scouts and made his first team debut as an emergency replacement for Benoit Assou-Ekotto. Over time he became a staple member of Tottenham and part of what came to be known as BBC (Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema).
Since then, he has established himself as one of the world’s elite players. He is widely revered for his free kicks – often using Juninho Pernambucano’s trademark “knuckleball” technique – as well as long range dipping strikes like his goals scored against Galatasaray in 2017 UEFA Champions League Final.
- Toni Kroos
Toni Kroos was an integral component of Germany’s triumph at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Making his senior debut in 2010, he has participated in five major tournaments for Germany since.
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Real Madrid is one of the world’s best-known sports institutions and their stadium, Santiago Bernabeu, has an 81,000 capacity. They have won 33 La Liga championships and two Union of European Football Associations Cups over their history.
Real Madrid President Santiago Bernabeu Yeste used a global approach to rebuild their team after the Spanish Civil War. Starting with Alfredo Di Stefano from Argentina, Real Madrid went on to win four consecutive European Cups (Champions League) between 1950-1960; an unprecedented achievement by any team since. Real Madrid are also well known for accumulating massive debts as a result of high transfer fees and wages payments.
- Toni Kroos
Real Madrid have won more Spanish top-division championships (33) than any other team, nine Spanish Super Cups, and two UEFA Champions League trophies.
Florentino Perez invested enormous sums during the 1990s to lure some of the world’s premier players, known as “Galacticos,” such as Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo, Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid.
Since 1947, Real Madrid have held their home games at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium – Spain’s most capacious sporting venue and home of their home games since 1947. The stadium holds 81,000 spectators for their matches each week and can seat 81,000.
Real Madrid has long been known for their intimidating home matches due to the abundance of top players coming through its ranks. These include Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos who both earned international caps for their respective nations before Kroos won three consecutive UEFA Champions Leagues titles.
- Toni Kroos
Real Madrid Club de Futbol (also referred to simply as Real Madrid) is a Spanish professional football club based in Madrid since 1902. Established in 1902, they are the most successful team in La Liga with 33 titles won and several European Cup/Champions League trophies won – one of the world’s most iconic clubs with fans spread across 200 nations worldwide.
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Because of its popularity, FIFA awarded it with the Centennial Order of Merit that same year.
From the late 1990s through 2010s, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez spent vast sums to lure top international stars such as David Beckham, Luis Figo, Zinedine Zidane and Cristiano Ronaldo – known as galacticos – into joining his club. These efforts ensured Real Madrid remained one of the major forces both domestically and in European football