Real Madrid awards the silver, gold and gold and diamond badges

Florentino Pérez presided over the ceremony to acknowledge members who have completed 25, 50 and 60 years of uninterrupted loyalty to the club.

Real Madrid awards the silver, gold and gold and diamond badges

Real Madrid held a ceremony at the Real Madrid Sport City basketball pavilion to present 2024's badges to the club's longest-serving members. The club awarded 1,154 badges in total: 220 gold and diamond badges for 60 years; 584 gold badges for 50 years; and 350 silver badges for 25 years. President Florentino Pérez and José Martínez Pirri, the club's honorary president, presented the gold and diamond badges. Among the members who received them was Jerónimo Farré, a member of the Board of Directors who has been a member of Real Madrid for 60 years. 
Our club legends SolariRoberto CarlosFernando SanzMartín VázquezGallegoBuyoFelipe Reyes and Corbalán presented the gold and silver badges. Real Madrid's Director of Football, Santiago Solari, presented the ceremony: "25, 50 and 60 years spent sharing a unique passion for our beloved Real Madrid. Thank you very much for sharing it all together. In 1963, a team led by Alfredo Di Stéfano went to the top of the table on league matchday 3 and stayed there until the last game. Real Madrid has remained, for the last six decades, the team that has won the most LaLiga titles. This season was also special because of the debut of one of our greatest legends, our beloved Amancio. It was also the beginning of the path of the greatest legend of European basketball, with Real Madrid lifting its first European Cup."
"In 1973 we find ourselves in the midst of the history of Real Madrid's great legends. In basketball, the double was won and our team forged a record that, to this day, no one has beaten: winning 10 consecutive leagues. That of 1973 is the sixth in this historic series. In addition, one of the greatest basketball legends wore the Real Madrid shirt for the last time, it was Emiliano Rodríguez's last season."
"We come to 1998, the year in which the wait is over. Amsterdam, Mijatović and La Séptima. We will always be moved by reliving that moment. Together we also celebrated another of our great achievements, Real Madrid once again becoming world champions in the Intercontinental Cup in Tokyo. We will never forget Raúl's historic goal."