NEWS | 14/12/2015On 14 December 1947, Real Madrid beat Os Belenenses 3-1 in the first game to be hosted at the new ground.
Since then, Real Madrid fans have been treated to uncountable joys at home. To go along with the titles are the goals and pieces of magic from some of the greatest footballers of all time, like Di Stéfano, Puskas, Gento, Raúl, Zidane and, in the present day, Cristiano Ronaldo. Additionally, since opening in 1955, the stadium has been paying tribute to one of the most influential figures in Real Madrid's history: Santiago Bernabéu.
Over the last 68 years, the stadium has become a legendary place on the international stage. The Whites' ground is part of footballing folklore and has hosted European Cup, World Cup, European Championship and Copa del Rey finals.
The Santiago Bernabéu's renown has also made it one of the Spanish capital's tourism hotspots. Visitors from all over the world make the most of their stays in Madrid to live a unique experience on the Bernabéu Tour, where they can get a close look at the trophies and walk through the Whites' proud history.