La Fundación Real Madrid y Qartzo ponen los objetos de colección al alcance de todos con subastas inversas

Foundation and Qartzo launch inverse auctions featuring collector's items made affordable to all

NEWS | 25/05/2021

The initiative allows all fans to access the items for just €3.
Following the success of the international auctions featuring items donated by Real Madrid, the Historic Heritage Centre and the members of the first-team squads and in view of the high hammer prices commanded by the items, the Foundation has decided to roll out a series of reverse auctions, which involve a lowest bidding system whereby the items are made affordable to all at a price of just €3.

From this Tuesday, fans will be able to take part in 10 reverse auctions via the Qartzo platform, with small-sized groups of no more than 800 people bidding on each set. The winner will be the bidder who places the single lowest bid and will secure the historic item for 1% of its value.

The auctions will involve small groups containing no more than 800 people.

An official Adidas 2019 Champions League football signed by Emilio 
Butragueño, an original match poster of the 1980 Copa final between Real Madrid and Castilla signed by the player, one of Iker Casillas's gloves, a boot owned by Álvaro Arbeloa and Maite Oroz's boot are some of the items open to bidding, which is now open via Qartzo.com.

The reverse auctions aim to allow all supporters to access the historic items, which will contribute to the running of the Foundation's socio-sporting projects across the globe. On this occasion, the money raised by the reverse auctions will go to the Foundation's socio-sporting schools in Peru, which are run in conjunction with the Compañía de Jesús.