|Tournament:||La Liga 2017-18|
|Match Date:||23 Sep 2017|
|Start Time:||2:15 PM|
|Match:||Real Madrid vs Alavés|
|Address:||Cervantes Ibilbidea, s/n, 01007 Vitoria-Gasteiz, Araba, Spain|
The FIFA Club of the 20th Century, Real Madrid, is one of the most decorated clubs in the history of modern football with 33 La Liga titles, 19 Copa del Rey titles, 10 Supercopa de España titles, a record 12 UEFA Champions League titles, 4 UEFA Super Cups, 2 UEFA Cups, 3 Intercontinental Cups and 2 FIFA Club World Cups. The club witnessed a marvelous success under the coaching of Zinedine Zidane last season where they won both the La Liga title and the Champions League in season 2016-17. After having all the blast last year, Real Madrid started this season of 2017-18 with a little dramatic proportion. They lost their flagship player Cristiano Ronaldo for 5 matches after he fought with the referee in the 3–1 Supercopa de Espana first-leg victory over their arch rival Barcelona.
Even after a little dramatic start, Real Madrid is expected to win the La Liga and the Champions League this year too. And it is always thrilling to witness the live matches of Real Madrid. So here you can watch all the Real Madrid matches live online. Enjoy!
Our high quality HD Real Madrid Live Stream provides free and easy option for the fans of Real Madrid to enjoy the matches of their favorite club. We will broadcast Real Madrid live stream for you 15 minutes before the match starts. So don’t forget to check this page of Sporteology to get the excitements of the Real Madrid Matches.
In the next five matches Real Madrid will face 3 La Liga opponents and 2 Champions League teams to secure their place in the top place of the chart. After already winning the Spanish Super Cup in the new season, Real Madrid is now full of confidence and is expected to do pretty well in the upcoming matches. Here goes the full detail of the next matches of Real Madrid.
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 6] Date: 23rd September 2017 [Saturday] 2:15 PM [GMT] Venue: Mendizorrotza Stadium
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 2] Date: 26th September 2017 [Tuesday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Westfalenstadion
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 7] Date: 1st October 2017 [Sunday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Santiago Bernabéu
Competition: La Liga [Matchday 8] Date: 14th October 2017 [Saturday] 2:15 PM [GMT] Venue: Alfonso Pérez Stadium
Competition: Champions League [Matchday 3] Date: 17th September 2017 [Tuesday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Santiago Bernabéu
Here goes the entire detail of all the matches Real Madrid played or will play in the new season of 2017-18. We will update the scores of each match regularly, so keep your eyes on the page to know the latest performance, live stream and scores of the Spanish giant Real Madrid.
* All times are in GMT [Greenwich Mean Time]
|17.08.2017||Real Madrid vs. Barcelona||Spanish Super Cup||Santiago Bernabéu||2-0||FT|
|21.08.2017||Deportivo vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||EstadioRiazor||0-3||FT|
|24.08.2017||Real Madrid vs. Fiorentina||Friendly||Santiago Bernabéu||2-1||FT|
|28.08.2017||Real Madrid vs. Valencia||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||2-2||FT|
|09.09.2017||Real Madrid vs. Levante||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||1-1||FT|
|13.09.2017||Real Madrid vs. Apoel||Champions League||Santiago Bernabéu||3-0||FT|
|17.09.2017||R Sociedad vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Anoeta Stadium||1-3||FT|
|20.09.2017||Real Madrid vs. Betis||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||0-1||FT|
|23.09.2017||Alaves vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Mendizorrotza||–||2:15 PM|
|26.09.2017||Dortmund vs. Real Madrid||Champions League||Westfalenstadion||–||6:45 PM|
|01.10.2017||Real Madrid vs. Espanyol||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||6:45 PM|
|14.10.2017||Getafe vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Alfonso Pérez Stadium||–||2:15 PM|
|17.10.2017||Real Madrid vs. Tottenham||Champions League||Santiago Bernabéu||–||6:45 PM|
|22.10.2017||Real Madrid vs. Eibar||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|29.10.2017||Girona vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||EstadiMontilivi||–||TBD|
|01.11.2017||Tottenham vs. Real Madrid||Champions League||Wembley Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|05.11.2017||Real Madrid vs. Las Palmas||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|19.11.2017||Atletico vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Wanda Metropolitano||–||TBD|
|21.11.2017||Apoel vs. Real Madrid||Champions League||GSP Stadium||–||7:45 PM|
|26.11.2017||Real Madrid vs. Malaga||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|03.12.2017||Athletic vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||San Mamés Stadium||–||TBD|
|06.12.2017||Real Madrid vs. Dortmund||Champions League||Santiago Bernabéu||–||7:45 PM|
|10.12.2017||Real Madrid vs. Sevilla||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|17.12.2017||Leganes vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Municipal de Butarque||–||TBD|
|20.12.2017||Real Madrid vs. Barcelona||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|07.01.2018||Celta Vigo vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Balaídos Stadium||–||TBD|
|14.01.2018||Real Madrid vs. Villarreal||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|21.01.2018||Real Madrid vs. Deportivo||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|28.01.2018||Valencia vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Mestalla Stadium||–||TBD|
|04.02.2018||Levante vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Ciutat de València Stadium||–||TBD|
|11.02.2018||Real Madrid vs. Sociedad||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|18.02.2018||Betis vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Benito Villamarín Stadium||–||TBD|
|25.02.2018||Real Madrid vs. Alaves||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|28.02.2018||Espanyol vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||RCDE Stadium||–||TBD|
|04.03.2018||Real Madrid vs. Getafe||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|11.03.2018||Eibar vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Ipurua Municipal Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.03.2018||Real Madrid vs. Girona||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|01.04.2018||Las Palmas vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Gran Canaria Stadium||–||TBD|
|08.04.2018||Real Madrid vs. Atletico||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|15.04.2018||Malaga vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||La Rosaleda Stadium||–||TBD|
|18.04.2018||Real Madrid vs. Athletic||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|22.04.2018||Sevilla vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán||–||TBD|
|29.04.2018||Real Madrid vs. Leganes||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|06.05.2018||Barcelona vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Camp Nou||–||TBD|
|13.05.2018||Real Madrid vs. Celta Vigo||La Liga||Santiago Bernabéu||–||TBD|
|20.05.2018||Villarreal vs. Real Madrid||La Liga||Estadio de la Cerámica||–||TBD|
Here we will update the recent five matches’ results of Real Madrid so that you can always be updated about your favorite team. So keep your eyes on this page of Sporteology to know the latest results and highlights of the Spanish super club Real Madrid.
Asensio showed is immense form while scoring in the 10th minute of the game against Valencia. Carlos Soler scored the equalizer a few minutes after for the opponent team, and again Valencia took the lead over Real Madrid from a brilliant strike of Geoffrey Kondogbia. Valencia raised the heat as the supporters wished for the first defeat of Los Blancos. Asensio again came as the savior with his wonderful free-kick at the 83rd minute which ended the match with 2-2 score.
Real Madrid had a 1-1 draw with Levante in the La Liga match played on their home ground. The first goal of the match came from Levante, with Ivi scoring in the 12th min. Real Madrid leveled the score in the 36th min, as Lucas Vazquez scored a wonderful goal. The match also saw Marcelo exiting the grounds with a red card in the 89th min, which means he will not be playing in the next match against Apoel.
Real started to dominate the Champions League game since the starting whistle and got their first goal from Cristiano Ronaldo in 12th minute of the match. He then scored again for Real in 51st minute from a marvelous penalty. Sergio Ramos then scored the third goal for Madrid in the 61st minute and they won the UCL match with 3-0 score.
Real Madrid started quite confidently in the La Liga game against Sociedad and they got their first score from Borja Mayoral in the 19th minute with a great right footed shot from an assist by Sergio Ramos. Kévin Rodrigues then scored the equalizer for Sociedad in the 28th minute from an assist by Álvaro Odriozola. Real Madrid got their second goal from a tragic own goal by Kévin Rodrigues in the 36th minute. The winning goal of Real came from Gareth Bale with a brilliant left footed shot in the 61st minute.
Cristiano Ronaldo was back in the team for his very first La Liga game this season and expectations were quite high for Real Madrid. But despite several great attempts they failed to score any goal in the first half. Real Betis, on the other hand, went a little too aggressive and got 3 yellow cards before the 60th minute. Antonio Sanabria then scored the only goal of the match for Betis with a brilliant header in the extra time of the second half.