Few football clubs can claim to have won all national or international football titles at least once. The history of Real Madrid CF is made up of great successes.
Founded in 1902, the football club won the league for the first time only three years after its creation. King Alfonso XIII granted the “royal” title in 1920 to the club. Since then, Real Madrid has become the favorite club of heads of government and is the most famous club in Spain.
A large number of renowned international players have passed through Real Madrid in recent years. Luis Figo, Zinedan Zidane, Ronaldo, David Beckam, Fernando Redondo and Raúl are some of them. Former Juventus coach Fabio Capello returned to the Madrid club in 2006 after a short but successful period that led the team to victory in the League Cup in 1996. Since 2007, Bernd Schuster has trains the Real team.
The club has an open plan that welcomes both domestic students and international students. For the nearest, the address of the Real Madrid school is in some selected cities around the world. The club is no exception to the arts of the Football Academy in Europe. A person can be screened through the Real Madrid Football Academy experiment, through agents, observers, or special arrangements. Additionally, applicants can also be accepted through the application immediately.
Real Madrid youth Academy:
The Real Madrid youth Academy is looking for enthusiastic young people who are doing well in leather sports around. Below are some requirements from applicants:
- The Youth Academy is only made for candidates that have good grades and can also provide recommendations from their schools.
- The management of the Academy would also like you to present details of yourself. Which will include your previous club.
- Candidates that are below 18 years of age must have the consent of their parents to join the Academy.
- International Applicants will have to submit a video of themselves
Interested persons can check the Real Madrid portal for application and more details: www.realmadrid.com/en/football/academy.