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2011-present

The 2015/16 season ended with the team clinching a League and Copa del Rey double to follow up on the historic five trophies claimed in what was a perfect 2014/15 campaign. In said fantastic season, Real Madrid were crowned European champions for the ninth time after overcoming Olympiacos in the Final Four.

Since the return of Florentino Perez to the presidency in 2009, the commitment to basketball has been absolute. The continent’s most prestigious coach, Ettore Messina, was appointed by the club, while players Rudy Fernandez and Sergio Rodriguez were brought in from the NBA alongside individuals with great potential such as Jaycee Carroll. Even Serge Ibaka turned out for Real Madrid during the lockout experienced by North America’s top league.

This commitment has continued its progression since summer 2011, when former Real Madrid player Pablo Laso took the helm as head coach. Laso’s offensive brand of basketball had fans hooked from the word go, and under him the side claimed the 2012 Copa del Rey. With his style of play firmly established, the team then made the Euroleague final in 2013 and that same year brilliantly won the League against Barcelona. The 2013/14 season began with another Super Cup victory, before a Copa triumph in February of that campaign.

The 2014/2015 season saw the club lift its ninth European Cup following on from three successive final appearances. In addition to the success enjoyed on the European scene, Real Madrid lifted their 32nd League title, the Super Cup and the Copa del Rey, overcoming Barcelona in all three instances. In the 2015/16 season the winning streak continued and the club's list of honours was added to with an Intercontinental Cup, which was claimed after victory over Brazilian side, Bauru; the Copa del Rey crown, after a final showdown against Gran Canaria; and the 33rd League title in which Barcelona were defeated in the final series.

2011 - 2020
  1. THIRD SUCCESSIVE COPA DEL REY TITLE

    In February 2016 Real Madrid were crowned Copa del Rey champions in A Coruña after overcoming Herbalife Gran Canaria (85-81). This victory saw the Whites make history, becoming the first team to win the competition three times on the bounce in the ACB era

  2. THE INTERCONTINENTAL CUP

    September 2015 saw Real Madrid lift this title for the fourth time in the club's history after beating Brazilian side, Bauru Basket in a two-legged tie in Sao Paulo (90-91 and 81-79). Sergio Llull was named MVP.

  3. LA NOVENA

    In May 2015, Real Madrid claimed their ninth European Cup in front of their home crowd at the Palacio de los Deportes, defeating Olympiacos 78-59 in the final. Nocioni won the MVP award.

  4. The 32nd League win seals the four-title haul

    In June 2015 Real Madrid lifted their 32nd League title in the Palau after seeing off Barcelona in the finals. With this achievement, the Whites won their fourth trophy of the season and sealed an historic four-title haul.

  5. SECOND CONSECUTIVE COPA DEL REY

    Real Madrid lifted their 25th Copa del Rey in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. In a thrilling final, they beat Barcelona 71-77 to retain the trophy won against los blaugranas the year before. Rudy was named MVP.

  6. THIRD CONSECUTIVE SUPER CUP

    Real Madrid made it three Endesa Super Cup wins in a row, the Whites having beaten Barcelona to the trophy on each occasion: in Zaragoza (2012) and twice in Vitoria (2013 and 2014).

  7. THE 31st LIGA ACB CAME AT HOME

    In June 2013, Real Madrid won the ACB in the Palacio de los Deportes after beating Barcelona 3-2

  8. MIROTIC AND MADRID REIGN SUPREME IN THE CUP

    Nikola Mirotic was voted MVP for the 2014 Copa del Rey. The power forward played a marvellous final against Barcelona: 17 points, 11 rebounds and 3 blocks.

  9. A HIGH-FLYING CUP

    In February 2012 Real Madrid lifted the Copa del Rey in Barcelona after playing some spectacular basketball. Sergio Llull scored 23 points and was voted MVP

Kings of Europe with attacking basketball

Pablo Laso's commitment to attractive, offensive basketball has brought with it a large number of trophies, with Real Madrid's European Cup win at the Palacio taking pride of place. In 2012, the Whites lifted the Copa del Rey against Barcelona in the Ciudad Condal (74-92). In 2012-13, they won League title number 31 and the Super Cup, both versus Barcelona. The following season they retained the Super Cup and picked up another Copa del Rey, once more against los azulgranas. But the best was still to come. In 2014-15, Madrid began the campaign by securing the Super Cup, their third in a row after their triumphs in 2012 and 2013, before claiming a second consecutive Copa del Rey, and thirdly winning La Novena at the Palacio in front of their home fans. 78-59 against Olympiacos, with Nocioni named MVP. And the season was rounded off by the League title. Four trophies that confirm Real Madrid's domination of European basketball.

Historic four-title haul

A 33 year-old MVP

15 years after his debut in the ACB, Felipe Reyes courageously lead Real Madrid to the ACB title. Always coming off the bench, the man from Córdoba was the difference in the series against Barcelona that finished the 2012-13 season. It was the Madrid side’s 31st league title, won with 38 wins from 44 games. Felipe collected his second MVP award in an ACB final, just like the legendary Arvydas Sabonis.

Felipe Reyes MVP

THE RECORD-BREAKING MADRID TEAM EPICALLY WINS THE CUP

The Real Madrid basketball team recorded the best start to a season in its history between October 2013 and January 2014. With a 31 match winning streak (16 in the league, 13 in the Euroleague and 2 in the Super Cup) Pablo Laso’s men easily surpassed the previous record held by Ferrándiz’s Madrid team: 23 victories during the 1960-61 campaign. After a perfect first half to the ABC season (no defeats), the Whites cemented their status as the best side in Spain by winning their 24th Copa del Rey title in an epic final. At the end of forty entertaining minutes, and with just a tenth of a second left on the buzzer, Sergio Llull scored the basket that defeated Barcelona. Nikola Mirotic was unanimously voted the MVP. The 2014 Copa del Rey is the third title in a row for the Madrid outfit who won the 2013 ABC League and Spanish Super Cup titles in 2013.
  

Real Madrid wins its 24th Copa del Rey title in Malaga
HONOURS
European Cup - 1

European Cup

1
Leagues - 3

Leagues

3
Copas del Rey - 4

Copas del Rey

4
Spain Super Cups - 3

Spain Super Cups

3
Intercontinental Cups - 1

Intercontinental Cups

1
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