Sala Copas de Europa

How the kings of Europe forged their legacy

NEWS STORY. 25/05/2020

Real Madrid are celebrating the anniversaries of the club's 13 European Cup triumphs during the period between 11 May and 13 June.

The love story between Real Madrid and the European Cup is timeless. The best club in the 20th century has shaped its global reputation thanks to winning the continental competition thirteen times. In the space of a month, between 11 May and 13 June, Real Madrid will celebrate the anniversaries of their 13 European Cups.

La Decimotercera (26/05/2018)
The final in Kiev against Liverpool (3-1) will be remembered for Bale's spectacular bicycle kick. Two goals from the Welshman and another from Benzema sealed the third Champions League title in a row.

La Decimotercera
La Duodécima (03/06/2017)
Real Madrid produced a brilliant performance to beat Juventus 4-1. A Cristiano Ronaldo brace, and goals from Casemiro and Asensio on a magical night in Cardiff.
La Duodécima
La Undécima (28/05/2016)
Milan's San Siro stadium was the setting for another Champions League final derby against Atlético. With Ramos scoring the goal in the 1-1 draw, Real Madrid went on to win the trophy after a penalty shoot-out.
La Undécima
La Décima (24/05/2014)
Real Madrid beat Atlético 4-1 in Lisbon. An unforgettable 93rd minute goal from Ramos sent the final into extra time, with Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo wrapping up the victory.
La Décima
La Novena (15/05/2002)
Zidane's iconic volley won the Glasgow final 2-1 against Bayer Leverkusen after Raúl put Real Madrid ahead.
La Novena
La Octava (24/05/2000)
The first all-Spanish European Cup final took place in Paris. Real Madrid beat Valencia 3-0 with Morientes, McManaman and Raúl on the scoresheet.
La Octava
La Séptima (20/05/1998)
An unforgettable Mijatovic goal in the final in Amsterdam saw Real Madrid beat Juventus 1-0. The Whites won the European Cup for the first time in 32.
La Séptima
La Sexta (11/05/1966)
Real Madrid secured the club's sixth European Cup crown at Brussels' Heysel Stadium. Amancio and Serena were on target in a 2-1 win over Partizan.
La Sexta
La Quinta (18/05/1960)
The madridistas claimed a 7-3 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in one of the greatest games in the history of the game. Puskas (4 goals) and Di Stéfano (three) sealed victory in Glasgow.
La Quinta
La Cuarta (03/06/1959) 
The first European Cup final was repeated between Real Madrid and Stade de Reims. The Whites won 2-0 in Stuttgart, with goals from Mateos and Di Stéfano.
La Cuarta
La Tercera (28/05/1958) 
Real Madrid beat Milan 3-2 in Brussels in what was the first final to be decided in extra time. Di Stéfano and Rial netted before Gento grabbed the winner in extra time.
La Tercera
La Segunda (30/05/1957)
An unrivalled setting in which to win the continental title once again. Goals from Di Stéfano and Gento saw the team beat Fiorentina in the final (2-0) at the Santiago Bernabéu.
La Segunda
La Primera (13/06/1956)
Real Madrid's European Cup legacy began at the Parc des Princes with a 4-3 victory over Stade de Reims. The Whites won the competition for the first time thanks to goals from Rial (2), Di Stéfano and Marquitos.
La Primera