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  • Juventus1
  • VSNational Stadium of Wales / 20:45 h
  • Real Madrid4
SATURDAY 3 JUNE, 20:45, National Stadium of Wales #aporla12

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Benzema escaped from three opponents in a tight area

Casemiro's volley against Napoli

Isco and Ramos celebrate the last goal before the Cardiff final

Cristiano, sixth consecutive season scoring 10 or more goals in the Champions League

Real Madrid won their second European Super Cup in Cardiff (Cardiff Stadium)


Real Madrid and Juventus have met once in a Champions League final, with a 1-0 victory for the Whites thanks to Mijatovic's goal

Get to know the city



The city

Cardiff, a port and industrial city located in South Wales, has been the state's capital since 1955. With a population of 346,090, it is the most populated city in the country. Among the tourist attractions are Cardiff Castle, Roman influence; The Llandaff Cathedral, the harbour and the bay of the city. In addition, the National Stadium, where the final is held, hosts international football and rugby matches.

What to visit

Cardiff Castle. Located in the heart of the city of Cardiff, it is one of the essential cultural destinations in the Welsh capital.
Cardiff Bay. The coastal area of ​​the Welsh city is another of the most important tourist attractions. It is a place to enjoy walks on the bay, with gastronomic and leisure possibilities at an affordable price.


National Stadium of Wales. Known officially as Principality Stadium, is the headquarters where the national Welsh Rugby team plays their matches. Opened in 1999, it has a capacity for 74,500 spectators and has a retractable cover.

Cardiff City Stadium. It is the second largest stadium in the city of Cardiff. Real Madrid won their second European Super Cup there in 2014, after beating Sevilla (2-0) with two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo.

How did we get here?

Quarter Final 1
Allianz Arena Stadium - Wednesday,  April 12
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  • 1 escudo1 Bayern
  • 2 escudo2 Real Madrid
Quarter Final 2
Santiago Bernabéu - Tuesday,  April 18
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  • 4 escudo1 Real Madrid
  • 2 escudo2 Bayern
Semifinal 1
Santiago Bernabéu - Tuesday,  May 2
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  • 3 escudo1 Real Madrid
  • 0 escudo2 Atlético de Madrid
Semifinal 2
Vicente Calderón - Wednesday, May 10
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  • 2 escudo1 Atlético de Madrid
  • 1 escudo2 Real Madrid
National Stadium of Wales - Saturday, June 3
  • 1 escudo1 Juventus
  • 4 escudo2 Real Madrid

The 11 Cups

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  • Real Madrid 4-3 Stade de Reims (1956)
    Real Madrid 4-3 Stade de Reims (1956)View details
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    The first edition of the competition. The final was played in Paris and saw the start of Real Madrid's reign in Europe. The Whites came back from 2 goals down with goals from Di Stéfano, Marquitos and Rial (2).

  • Real Madrid 2-0 Fiorentina (1957)
    Real Madrid 2-0 Fiorentina (1957)View details
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    Final held at the Santiago Bernabéu. Real Madrid secured their second consecutive European Cup thanks to goals from Di Stéfano and Gento.

  • Real Madrid 3-2 Milán (1958)
    Real Madrid 3-2 Milán (1958)View details
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    The two teams that are currently the most successful in the competition met in Brussels in the third consecutive European Cup that Real Madrid won, with goals from Di Stéfano, Rial and Gento.

  • Real Madrid 2-0 Stade de Reims (1959)
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    The 4th edition of the continental title saw the first two finalists in the competition’s history meet in the Stuttgart final. Real Madrid won with goals from Puskas and Di Stéfano.

  • Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (1960)
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    Puskas, with 4 goals, and Di Stéfano, with 3, finished off the German team in the Glasgow final. Real Madrid won their 5th consecutive title and confirmed their status as King of Europe.

  • Real Madrid 2-1 Partizán Belgrado (1966)
    Real Madrid 2-1 Partizán Belgrado (1966)View details
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    The Yeyé Madrid lifted the European Cup in Brussels, six years after the club's final continental win, with goals from Amancio and Serena.

  • Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus (1998)
    Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus (1998)View details
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    After 32 years, Real Madrid returned to taste European glory thanks to a goal by Mijatovic. The Amsterdam final was the beginning of a stage of domination in which the club won 3 Champions Leagues in five years.

  • Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia (2000)
    Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia (2000)View details
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    The first all-Spanish final in the European Cup was played in Paris. Goals from Morientes, in the first half and McManaman and Raúl in the second added to the Real Madrid honours list in this competition.

  • Real Madrid 4-1 Atlético (2014)
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    Lisbon hosted the final between two teams from the same city and created a hero for the history of Real Madrid. Sergio Ramos‘ equaliser in the 93rd minute sent the game in to extra-time before Real Madrid finished off the game with goals from Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo.

  • Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (2002)
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    The Glasgow final is remembered for the ninth European Cup which Real Madrid won and for the legendary volley scored by Zinedine Zidane. One of the best goals in the history of the competition.

  • Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético (2016)
    Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético (2016)View details
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    Two years after la Décima, the all-Madrid final was repeated. In Milan, Sergio Ramos was against the star scoring the first goal of the game. In the penalty shootout, Cristiano Ronaldo took on the responsibility of taking the last and decisive spot kick. He scored and gave Real Madrid their eleventh European Cup.