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Spanish professional football club based in Madrid. Wikipedia

  • List of Real Madrid CF records and statistics

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  • History of Real Madrid CF

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  • 2014–15 Real Madrid CF season

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  • 2011–12 Real Madrid CF season

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  • Luis Suárez

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  • James Rodríguez

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  • 2017–18 Real Madrid CF season

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  • Neymar

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  • Real Madrid is the most successful club in the tournament's history, having won it 13 times, including its first five seasons.UEFA Champions League-Wikipedia
  • The following year, Chelsea took their first European honour, a UEFA Cup Winners' Cup triumph, with another replayed win, this time over Real Madrid in Athens.Chelsea F.C.-Wikipedia
  • Ajax finished runner-up in this group, qualifying for the knockout stages, where they were drawn against three-time defending champions Real Madrid.AFC Ajax-Wikipedia
  • A match that is often played in the European Cup/Champions League is Juventus vs Real Madrid, the most decorated Spanish club.Juventus F.C.-Wikipedia
  • Nine teams have been crowned champions, with Real Madrid winning the title a record 34 times and FC Barcelona 26 times.La Liga-Wikipedia
  • There is often a fierce rivalry between the two strongest teams in a national league, and this is particularly the case in La Liga, where the game between Barcelona and Real Madrid is known as "The Classic" (El Clásico).FC Barcelona-Wikipedia

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