REAL MADRID C.F.


1998-1999


Intercontinental Cup Final


Real Madrid vs Vasco da Gama


Match Worn Shirt


Hierro Fernando


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Watch the 1998 Intercontinental Cup Final highlights

Things to Know:

The 1998 Intercontinental Cup was a football match played on 1 December 1998 between Real Madrid, winners of the 1997–98 UEFA Champions League, and Vasco da Gama, winners of the 1998 Copa Libertadores. The match was played at a neutral venue, the National Stadium in Tokyo, in front of 51,514 fans. Real Madrid forward Raúl was named as man of the match.

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The 2000 FIFA Club World Championship was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, the world club championship for men’s club association football teams. It took place in Brazil from 5 January to 14 January 2000. FIFA, football’s international governing body selected Brazil as the host nation on 3 September 1997 as the bid was found to be the strongest among a total of nine candidates. The draw was made at the Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro on 14 October 1999. All matches were played in Rio de Janeiro’s Estádio do Maracanã and São Paulo’s Estádio do Morumbi. Eight teams, two from South America, two from Europe and one each from North America, Africa, Asia and Oceania entered the tournament. The first Club World Cup match took place in São Paulo, and was won by Spanish club Real Madrid, who defeated Saudi club Al-Nassr 3–1. Nicolas Anelka of France scored the first goal in Club World Cup history, while Brazilian champions Corinthians’ goalkeeper Dida posted the first official clean sheet in the tournament. Corinthians and Vasco da Gama each won their respective groups to qualify for the final. In front of a crowd of 73,000, the final finished as a 0–0 draw after extra time. The title was decided by a penalty shoot-out that Corinthians won 4–3. As winners, Corinthians received $6 million in prize money, while Vasco da Gama received $5 million. Necaxa beat Real Madrid in the third-place play-off to claim $4 million. Real Madrid received $3 million, and the other remaining teams were awarded $2.5 million.

REAL MADRID C.F.


1999-2000


FIFA Club World Championship


Real Madrid vs Corinthians


Match Worn Shirt


Redondo Fernando

REAL MADRID C.F.


1999-2000


“Trofeo Pirelli”


Internazionale vs Real Madrid


Match Worn Shirt


Raul Gonzalez


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Raul Gonzalez during the “Trofeo Pirelli” game between Internazionale and Real Madrid which took place in Milan, “Giuseppe Meazza” Stadium on July 31st 1999. Real Madrid defeated Internazionale 3-2 and Raul scored the first goal. At the end of the game Raul gave his shirt to a F.C. Internazionale staff member whom we got it from. He started his professional career in the 1994–95 season with Real Madrid C. He scored 16 goals in just nine games (including five in one match against CD Corralejo) and was swiftly promoted to the first team by coach Jorge Valdano, replacing Emilio Butragueño in a symbolic “passing of the crown.” He became the youngest player – 17 years and 124 days – ever to play for the senior side, though the record was broken by Alberto Rivera later that same season. On 29 October 1994, in an away game against Real Zaragoza at La Romareda, he created a goal for strike partner Iván Zamorano, heralding the demise of Butragueño in the process. The next week, Raúl scored his first goal in his second senior game on a home debut against Madrid rivals and former youth club Atlético Madrid in a bitter derby match.[18] Fully establishing himself as a fixture in the first team, Raúl registered a total of nine goals in 28 appearances to help Real Madrid win the 1994–95 league championship in his first season. With Real Madrid, he won several honours, including further La Liga titles in 1996–97 (scoring 21 La Liga goals), 2000–01 (scoring 24 La Liga goals), and 2002–03 (scoring 16 La Liga goals in a campaign truncated by a bout of appendicitis for which Raúl was hospitalized). During the period from 1998 to 2002, Raúl and Real Madrid also won three UEFA Champions League trophies in 1998, 2000, and 2002. For most of this time, Raúl struck up a prolific scoring partnership with Fernando Morientes and later Ronaldo. During a La Liga game against fierce rivals Barcelona at the Nou Camp in October 1999, Raúl silenced the hostile home crowd of almost 100,000 fans when he scored and then memorably celebrated his goal by putting a finger to his lips as though to tell them to be quiet. Raúl took over the captaincy of Real Madrid when Fernando Hierro was transferred in 2003, a responsibility he held until leaving the club in 2010. Despite appearing in two finals, in 2002 (in which he scored) and 2004, Raúl never lifted the Copa del Rey. Raúl being substituted by Cristiano Ronaldo during a match in November 2009. Ronaldo wore the #7 jersey at Real Madrid after Raúl’s departure in 2010. He became the first player to score 50 Champions League goals when he scored in a 2–1 group stage win over Olympiacos on 28 September 2005, and was also the first to make 100 appearances in the competition. He was also the first player to score in two Champions League finals, since the competition was renamed, scoring in the finals of both 2000 against Valencia in the Stade de France, Saint-Denis, and 2002 against Bayer Leverkusen at Hampden Park, Glasgow.

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This was the season that marked the start of the Vicente del Bosque era of trophy winning at the club, having taken over from John Toshack early in the campaign. The squad was also largely different from the previous squad, with the arrival of Steve McManaman and Nicolas Anelka from the English Premier League, as well as local talents Míchel Salgado, and Iván Helguera, to support the budding young talent of Raúl, Iker Casillas, Fernando Morientes and Guti, as well as the older veterans such as Fernando Hierro and Roberto Carlos.


REAL MADRID C.F.


1999-2000


Champions League


Match Issued Shirt


Savio


REAL MADRID C.F.


2000-2001


Champions League


Match Worn Shirt


Helguera Ivan


Things to Know:

This was the season where the club won its 28th La Liga title, having begun a new policy under a new president, Florentino Pérez, of signing the world’s greatest player for the club. Luís Figo was the arrival of the year, along with Claude Makélélé, and they helped a team of stars win the league under Vicente del Bosque, and narrowly get knocked out of defendng their Champions League title. The arrival of Luís Figo in July 2000 was controversial due to Figo’s defection from FC Barcelona to Real Madrid and thus generating furious reactions from Barcelona fans.

REAL MADRID C.F.


2000-2001


Champions League


Match Worn Shirt


Julio Cesar Santos Correa


REAL MADRID C.F.


2001-2002


Champions League


Match Worn & Unwashed Shirt


Zidane Zinedine


Things to Know:

The 2001-2002 season was the 100th team’s Anniversary season.  Real Madrid wore an all white shirt for the whole season, without shirt sponsorship. In the Champions League, the sleeves included the three stripes of Adidas in blue. A special anniversary’s badge was embroidered on sleeve to celebrate it.

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Real Madrid endured decently worst domestic league performance under Vicente del Bosque managerial, finished just 3rd in the league standings as well as Copa del Rey 2002 failure despite Real Madrid’s world record signings of Zinedine Zidane from Juventus. But Real Madrid’s La Novena’s UEFA Champions League title was a consolation prize, following a 2-1 victory against Bayer Leverkusen in the final thanks to Zidane’s volley goal.

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Real Madrid returned to domestic league glory under Vicente del Bosque managerial after 3-1 victory against Athletic Bilbao in the season finale. But Real Madrid was surprisingly sacked Vicente del Bosque after del Bosque not offered his new contract. Real Madrid were also on course of retaining UEFA Champions League La Decima title before being eliminated by Italian league champions Juventus. In the domestic cup, Real Madrid were also eliminated by eventual Copa del Rey champions RCD Mallorca with 1-5 aggregate loss.


REAL MADRID C.F.


2002-2003


Champions League


Match Worn Shirt


Conceicao Flavio


REAL MADRID C.F.


2002-2003


European Super Cup


Real Madrid vs Feyenoord


Match Worn Shirt


Conceicao Flavio


Things to Know:

The 2002 UEFA Super Cup was played on 30 August 2002 between Real Madrid of Spain and Feyenoord of the Netherlands. Real Madrid qualified by beating Bayer Leverkusen in the 2002 UEFA Champions League Final. Feyenoord had made it to the Super Cup after beating Borussia Dortmund in the 2002 UEFA Cup Final. Real Madrid won the match 3–1, securing their first Super Cup win. The game was played at the Stade Louis II in Monaco has been the venue for the UEFA Super Cup every year since 1998. Built in 1985, the stadium is also the home of AS Monaco, who play in the French league system.

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The 2002 Intercontinental Cup was a football match played on 3 December 2002, between Real Madrid of Spain, winners of the 2001–02 UEFA Champions League, and Olimpia of Paraguay, winners of the 2002 Copa Libertadores. The match was played at the neutral venue of the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama in front of 66,070 fans. This encounter marked a special occasion for Olimpia and Real Madrid, as both teams celebrated their centenary in 2002. Ronaldo was named as man of the match. Ronaldo opened the scoring for Real Madrid in the 14th minute shooting low right footed past the goalkeeper from inside the penalty box. The second goal was scored by Guti in the 84th minute, heading home at the near post after a cross from Luís Figo on the right.

REAL MADRID C.F.


2002-2003


Toyota Cup Final


Real Madrid vs Olimpia


Match Worn Shirt


Ronaldo Nazario


REAL MADRID C.F.


2002-2003


Champions League


Match Issued Shirt


Minambres Oscar

Did you Know?

This style of shirt without sponsor was never used by the team during the season as in all of the competitions Real Madrid used SIEMENS MOBILE’s sponsor. It might have been prepared for some unknown reason as it comes from the team’s kit room but we have no clue about it. 


REAL MADRID C.F.


2007-2008


Match worn Shirt


Raul Gonzalez


Did you Know?

Raúl holds the distinction of having never received a red card throughout his 17 years at the professional level. On 11 November 2008, Raúl scored his 300th goal for Real Madrid with a hat-trick against Real Unión, with Real winning the match 4–3 but being eliminated on away goals after drawing 6–6 on aggregate. In total, Raúl scored 323 goals for Real Madrid, breaking the long-standing club record of Alfredo Di Stéfano (307) with a volleyed goal against Sporting de Gijón on 15 February 2009. He is presently fifth on the all-time list of La Liga goalscorers, behind Argentine Lionel Messi, Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, Spaniard Telmo Zarra and Mexican Hugo Sánchez. Raúl and fellow long-serving teammate Iker Casillas were both awarded “contracts for life” in 2008, the terms of which stipulate the contract will be renewed annually for as long as they play 30 matches each season. On 23 September 2009, Raúl equalled former veteran and legend Manolo Sanchís’ league appearance record for Real Madrid, and is second in La Liga behind Andoni Zubizarreta, who played in 622 matches. Along with years of captaincy for both Real Madrid and Spain, Raúl was known as “El Capitan” (“The Captain”).

REAL MADRID C.F.


2007-2008


Champions League


Match worn Shirt


Cannavaro Fabio


Did you Know?

After the 2006 World Cup, the Calciopoli trial verdicts relegated Juventus to Serie B, Cannavaro followed Juve manager Fabio Capello to Real Madrid. Real Madrid paid €7 million to sign him and gave him the No. 5 shirt that had previously been worn by former Madrid player and French international Zinedine Zidane. Cannavaro spent three seasons at Madrid, winning the La Liga title in 2006–07 and 2007–08, and being named the 2006 FIFA World Player of the Year, also winning the 2006 Ballon d’Or. Cannavaro was elected as part of the 2006 and the 2007 FIFPro World XI squads, and the 2006 UEFA Team of the Year. He was named in the six man shortlist for the 2007 Laureus World Sportsman of the Year.

Things to Know:

This shirt was worn by Iker Casillas against Lazio on October 3rd 2007. As you can see from the pictures the shirt has a very recognizable detail which is the awry sponsor on chest, that was probably a kit man’s mistake while he prepared the shirts. But this mistake makes this shirt very recognizable while worn by Casillas as you can see from the picture on left. 


REAL MADRID C.F.


2007-2008


Champions League


Lazio vs Real Madrid


Match worn Shirt


Casillas Iker


Did you Know?

The 2007–08 season was a fruitful season for Casillas, as he helped Real Madrid reclaim their 31st La Liga title and conceded only 32 goals in 36 matches to claim the Zamora Trophy. On 14 February 2008, he and club captain Raúl were awarded contracts for life; Casillas signed a contract extension that would keep him at the club until 2017, with an automatic extension if he played 30 competitive matches during the final season of the contract and a buy-out clause of £113 million. His performances earned him a spot in the UEFA Team of the Year for the second time.

Real Madrid C.F.


2012-2013


Training Worn Shirt


Mourinho Jose’


Things to Know:

Mourinho is widely regarded by several players and coaches to be one of the best managers of his generation and one of the greatest ever managers. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has described Mourinho as “probably the best coach in the world”. Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has stated that Mourinho is the best manager he has ever worked for. He has sometimes been accused of playing defensive, dull football to grind out results. Mourinho has been criticized for negative tactics by Morten Olsen. After one game, Cruyff stated, “Mourinho is not a football coach. To play at home with seven defenders, you must be very afraid.” Olsen stated, “I don’t like his persona or the way he plays football negatively.”

Did you Know?

On 28 May 2010, it was confirmed that Mourinho would take over from Manuel Pellegrini at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. On 31 May 2010, Mourinho was unveiled as the new manager of Real Madrid after signing a four-year contract, and became the 11th manager in the past seven years at the club. Mourinho was appointed sporting manager as well as first-team coach, and he was regarded by some as a Galáctico (a term more often used for star players instead of coaches). Prior to Mourinho’s arrival, Real Madrid had underperformed despite paying record transfer fees for Galácticos such as Kaká and Cristiano Ronaldo. Their 2009–10 season was marked by disappointments such as Alcorconazo, a shock 2009–10 Copa del Rey round of 32 knockout by Segunda División B team Alcorcón, and elimination from the Champions League by Lyon in the round of 16, though they finished second in La Liga with a club record 96 points. By the end of the transfer window, after the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Mourinho had brought four new players to the squad: the Germans Sami Khedira (€13 million) and Mesut Özil (€15 million), Portuguese defender Ricardo Carvalho (€8 million) and Argentine winger Ángel Di María (€25 million plus €11 million on incentives). Mourinho spent three years in Madrid winning La Liga in 2011-2012, Copa del Rey in 2010-2011 and Supercopa de España in 2012. Following the 2013 Copa del Rey final loss to Atlético Madrid on 17 May, Mourinho called the 2012–13 season “the worst of my career”. Three days later, Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez announced Mourinho would leave the club at the end of the season by “mutual agreement”, a year after signing a contract extension to 2016.

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Between 23 February 2002 and 2 April 2011, Mourinho went 150 home league matches unbeaten: 38 (W36–D2) with Porto, 60 (W46–D14) with Chelsea, 38 (W29–D9) with Internazionale and 14 (W14–D0) with Real Madrid. The run was broken by Sporting de Gijón on 2 April 2011, when they defeated Real Madrid 1–0 at the Santiago Bernabéu in La Liga. After the match, Mourinho entered Gijón’s dressing room and congratulated them. His only prior home league defeat had come when Porto lost 3–2 to Beira-Mar on 23 February 2002. Mourinho underwent a 45 home league matches unbeaten streak: 31 (W27–D4) with Real Madrid and 14 (W13–D1) with Chelsea. This streak was ended on 19 April 2014, when Chelsea lost 2–1 to Sunderland.

“The boy lives for the game – everything else was built to fit around it” Ancelotti Carlo

“Ronaldo is better than George Best and Denis Law, who were two brilliant and great players in the history of United” Cruyff Johan


Real Madrid C.F.


2013-2014


Training Worn Shirt


Ronaldo Cristiano


REAL MADRID C.F.


2014-2015


Champions League


Juventus vs Real Madrid


Match Worn & Signed Shirt 


Ronaldo Cristiano


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Cristiano Ronaldo during the Champions League game between Juventus and Real Madrid which took place in Torino, “Juventus Stadium”, on May 5th 2015. Juventus defeated Real Madrid 2-1 and at the end of the game Cristiano swapped his shirt with a Juventus’s player whom we got it from. During the next campaign, the 2014–15 season, Ronaldo set a new personal best of 61 goals in all competitions, starting with both goals in Real Madrid’s 2–0 victory over Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup. He subsequently achieved his best-ever goalscoring start to a league campaign, with a record 15 goals in the first eight rounds of La Liga. His record 23rd hat-trick in La Liga, scored against Celta Vigo on 6 December, made him the fastest player to reach 200 goals in the Spanish league, as he reached the milestone in only his 178th game. After lifting the FIFA Club World Cup with Madrid in Morocco, and becoming the joint-top assist provider of the competition alongside Toni Kroos, Ronaldo received a second successive FIFA Ballon d’Or, joining Johan Cruyff, Michel Platini, and Marco van Basten as a three-time Ballon d’Or winner.

Things to Know:

This is the third away shirt released by Adidas in partnership the world famous designer Yohji Yamamoto.  The collaboration between Yamamoto and adidas goes several years back and has before brought with it a number of iconic designs for adidas’ F50 Adizero. This time the services of the esteemed Japanese designer have been put to great use, when designing the current champions of Europe’s new third-shirt. For Yamamoto focus has been on Real Madrid’s core values and incorporated aspects like grandeur and decisiveness. He has done so by drawing inspiration from two mythical beasts from far eastern culture: The Dragon King and Dragonbird. The Dragon King stands for magnificence, honour and strength. Meanwhile the Dragonbird is a beast that can survive the most challenging situations and it represents the clubs resilience, determination and dexterity on its way to victory. The colour black is also the choice of Yamamoto. Black is the Japanese people’s favourite colour and as the finishing touch to complete the stylish look, some detailing has been added in white, on the collar and sleeves. And speaking of the collar adidas have stuck to the Japanese inspired design, by making it with a mao design. The iconic look is at the same time kept in the simple two-colour design, which was also the case on the away-shirt.

REAL MADRID C.F.


2016-2017


Champions League


Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich


Match Worn & Unwashed Shirt & Shorts


Ronaldo Cristiano


Did you Know?

Ronaldo missed Real Madrid’s first three matches of the 2016–17 season, including the 2016 UEFA Super Cup against Sevilla, as he continued to rehabilitate the knee injury he suffered against France in the final of Euro 2016. On 15 September, Ronaldo did not celebrate his late free kick equaliser against Sporting CP in the Champions League, with Ronaldo stating post match, “they made me who I am.” On 6 November, Ronaldo signed a new contract set to keep him with Madrid until 2021. On 19 November, he scored a hat-trick in a 3–0 away win against Atlético Madrid, making him the all-time top scorer in the Madrid derby with 18 goals. On 15 December, Ronaldo scored his 500th club career goal in the 2–0 victory over Club América in the semi-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup. He then scored a hat-trick in the 4–2 win over Japanese club Kashima Antlers in the final. Ronaldo finished the tournament as top scorer with four goals and was also named the best player of the tournament. He won the Ballon d’Or for a fourth time and the inaugural Best FIFA Men’s Player, a revival of the former FIFA World Player of the Year, largely owing to his success with Portugal in winning Euro 2016.

Things to Know:

This shirt has been worn by Cristiano Ronaldo during the Champions League game Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich which took place in Madrid on April 18th 2017. Real Madrid worn 4-2 and Ronaldo scored an hat-trick in a match that will be remembered as a very controversial game. Bayern Munich have been done over by some awful officiating by referee Viktor Kassai and his assistants. They were well on top when Arturo Vidal was incorrectly sent off near the end of normal time. Vidal’s dismissal was compounded by Ronaldo scoring two offside goals in extra-time.  The shirt was worn by Ronaldo in the first half of the game and swapped with Bayern Munich player Xabi Alonso. The shirt got really stained in the back due some takedowns occurred to Cristiano. The big stains in the back are due a takedown happened in the last two minutes of the first half as you can see from the video at the bottom.

REAL MADRID C.F.


2020-2021


Champions League


Sevilla vs Real Madrid


HumanRace Limited Edition


Match Worn Shirt 


Varane Raphäel


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Raphaël Varane during the La Liga game between Sevilla and Real Madrid which took place in Sevilla, “Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán” Stadium, on December 5th 2020. Real Madrid defeated 1-0 and at the end of the game Varane swapped the shirt with a Sevilla player whom we got it from. This shirt is a very limited edition kit released by Adidas in partnership with the artist Pharrell Williams and it is part of the “Humanrace” collection. Crafted entirely from recycled polyester, this T-shirt offers a unique fusion of style, sport and eco-friendly principles. Graphic prints on the front and sleeves reinforce the project’s ethical commitment. This shirt used by the team in two games only, against Sevilla and against Villarreal. The same “Humanrace” kit was also released for sale with significant differences. The player’s shirts have no sponsor on the back while retail’s versions have “HUMANRACE” printed on the back alongside with a frontal tag with Adidas HumanRace logo which are not printed on player’s shirts. The shirt draws inspiration from an iconic past Real Madrid shirt’s design, the Yohji Yamamoto-designed 2014-15 third away kit. Definitely a very rare shirt and a true gem for all collectors.

On 22 June 2011, Lens president Gervais Martel confirmed to a group of supporters at a club meeting that Varane would be joining Spanish club Real Madrid stating, “He will play for Real Madrid under the guidance of José Mourinho.” Varane had previously visited Real Madrid’s club facilities and also met with club advisor and compatriot Zinedine Zidane. On 27 June, the move was confirmed by Real Madrid after Varane successfully passed his medical. Varane signed a six-year contract with the club and the transfer fee is purported to be in the range of €10 million. Varane has been described by Lens youth coach Eric Assadourian as a “truly first class player” who is “comfortable on both the tactical and technical level”. On 30 January 2013, the then Real Madrid assistant coach Aitor Karanka talked about Varane in the press conference post-El Clásico of the Copa del Rey, saying, “It’s obvious that Varane has a good head on his shoulders and will keep improving.” Former France defender Frank Leboeuf believes that Varane has the potential to be better than Real Madrid legend Fernando Hierro, saying to reporters, “Many compare him to Hierro due to his technique, but on the physical level he is stronger and he is much faster.” Fernando Hierro and José Mourinho have labelled Varane as one of the best defenders in world football.