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May 15th, 2002 was marked in red on all Madrid supporters' calendars. This was the date for the Champions League final in Glasgow, that is, Madrid's favourite championship—Europe's Cup. After a quite tough continental campaign, having knocked out as many as eight squads, now Madrid has earned the right to take a side at Hampden Park.
The other side of the field will be taken by German Bayer Leverkusen, a squad that has turned out to be anything but the typical revelation team in view of their continental performance. Realmadrid.com is providing you with all the following information needed to get the first experience of the event that all Madrid followers have been waiting for.
Regional success had been immediate for the club and they already had a bulging trophy cabinet when the national league started up in 1928. Real won their first Spanish title in 1932 and 27 more have followed since, most recently in 2001. They have also won 17 of the 36 Spanish Cup finals they have contested.
The club have never been afraid of splashing out on the best players and have twice paid world record transfer fees, firstly for Luis Figo in August 2000, and then for Zinedine Zidane, who cost €70 million in the summer of 2001. As if that wasn't enough, Real signed Brazil's World Cup winning striker Ronaldo in a deal worth €45m in August 2002. Meanwhile, Raúl Gonzalez is an example of the home-grown talent that continues to be nurtured at the Bernabéu.
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Výsledky zápasov Realu Madrid v sezóne 2002/2003:
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Pozrite si nasledovný obrázok triumfu v Lige Majstrov v sezóne 2001/2002:
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