2016–17 Real Madrid CF season

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Real Madrid
2016–17 season
Felicidades al Real Madrid, campeón de liga (34824732435).jpg
Sergio Ramos (left) and former President of the Community of Madrid, Cristina Cifuentes (right), with the La Liga trophy
PresidentFlorentino Pérez
Head coachZinedine Zidane
StadiumSantiago Bernabéu
La Liga1st
Copa del ReyQuarter-finals
UEFA Champions LeagueWinners
UEFA Super CupWinners
FIFA Club World CupWinners
Top goalscorerLeague:
Cristiano Ronaldo (25)

All:
Cristiano Ronaldo (42)
Highest home attendance82,297 vs Barcelona
(23 April 2017)
Lowest home attendance59,575 vs Las Palmas
(1 March 2017)
Average home league attendance68,562

The 2016–17 season was Real Madrid Club de Fútbol's 113th season in existence and the club's 86th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. It covered a period from 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017.

The 2016–17 season was one of the most successful campaigns in the history of Real Madrid. The club attained four titles, including a La Liga and Champions League double, a feat only achieved twice before by Real (in 1956–57 and 1957–58).[1]

This season was the first since 2003–04 and 2008–09 without Álvaro Arbeloa who departed to join West Ham United, having stayed at the club for seven years during his second spell.

Season overview[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

On 15 June 2016, Denis Cheryshev was sold to Villarreal.[2][3] On 21 June 2016, Álvaro Morata re-joined the club under a buy back clause from Juventus for a €30M fee.[4]

August[edit]

On 8 August 2016, Jesé moved to Paris Saint-Germain.[5] On 9 August 2016, Real won the UEFA Super Cup, producing a 3–2 comeback victory against Sevilla after extra time.[6] On 21 August 2016, Madrid started off the league campaign with a 3–0 victory at Real Sociedad with a brace from Gareth Bale and a goal from Marco Asensio.[7] On 27 August 2016, at their home debut of the season, goals from Morata and Toni Kroos gave Madrid a narrow 2–1 victory against Celta Vigo.[8]

September[edit]

On 10 September 2016, Real Madrid started the new month with a 5–2 victory over Osasuna with goals by Cristiano Ronaldo, Danilo, Ramos, Luka Modrić and Pepe.[9] On 14 September 2016, late goals from Ronaldo and Morata got Madrid off to a winning start in the Champions League season against Sporting CP.[10] On 18 September 2016, Real Madrid won 2–0 at Espanyol by goals from James Rodríguez and Karim Benzema. With that win, Real won their 16th straight La Liga game, equalling the record.[11][12] On 21 September 2016, Madrid drew Villarreal 1–1 at home with a goal from Ramos.[13] On 24 September 2016, Madrid came home with their second straight draw after a 2–2 stalemate at Las Palmas, with goals from Asensio and Benzema.[14] On 27 September 2016, Madrid drew Borussia Dortmund 2–2 in the Champions League, with goals from Ronaldo and Raphaël Varane.[15]

October[edit]

On 2 October 2016, Madrid faced SD Eibar at the Bernabéu, with the match ending in a 1–1 draw. Bale scored for Real, as the team extended their winless streak to four games.[16] On 15 October 2016, Madrid finally snapped that streak, crushing Real Betis 6–1 on the road, thanks to a brace from Isco and goals from Raphaël Varane, Benzema, Marcelo and Ronaldo.[17] On 18 October 2016, Real won 5–1 in the Champions League against Legia Warsaw by goals from Bale, Asensio, Lucas Vázquez, Morata and an own goal.[18] On 23 October 2016, Morata gave Madrid a late 2–1 win against Athletic Bilbao after Benzema scored the opening goal.[19] On 26 October 2016, the cup competition got underway with a 7–1 win over Cultural Leonesa, thanks to braces from Asensio and Morata and goals from Nacho and Mariano.[20] On 29 October 2016, a hat-trick from Ronaldo and a goal from Morata gave Madrid a 4–1 win at Alavés.[21]

November[edit]

On 2 November 2016, Mateo Kovačić gave Madrid the late equalizer in a 3–3 draw at Warsaw, after Bale and Benzema opened a 2–0 lead.[22] On 6 November 2016, a brace from Bale and a goal from Morata helped Madrid to a 3–0 win against Leganés.[23] On 19 November 2016, Real defeated Atlético Madrid 3–0 in the Madrid derby at the Vicente Calderón, thanks to a Ronaldo hat-trick.[24] On 22 November 2016, goals from Varane and Benzema secured Madrid a 2–1 victory at Sporting CP and the qualification to the knockout stage of the Champions League.[25] On 26 November 2016, a brace from Ronaldo gave Madrid a 2–1 home win over Sporting de Gijón.[26] On 30 November 2016, Madrid defeated Cultural Leonesa 6–1 in the second leg of the round of 32 in the Copa del Rey, with a hat-trick from Mariano and goals from Rodríguez, Enzo Fernández and an own goal. Real won 13–2 on aggregate and advanced to the next round.[27]

December[edit]

On 3 December 2016, Madrid drew to Barcelona in the first Clásico of the season, with a late goal from Ramos.[28] On 7 December 2016, a brace from Benzema was not enough in a 2–2 draw against Borussia Dortmund, which resulted in Madrid finishing second in their Champions League group.[29] On 10 December 2016, Madrid needed another late goal from Ramos to win 3–2 against Deportivo La Coruña, after Morata and Mariano scored the other goals. This game set a new record as it was the 35th game for Los Blancos without a loss.[30] On 15 December 2016, Madrid defeated América 2–0 in the semi-final of the Club World Cup with goals from Benzema and Ronaldo.[31] On 18 December 2016, a hat-trick from Ronaldo and a goal from Benzema secured Madrid the Club World Cup title with a 4–2 extra time victory over Kashima Antlers in the final.[32]

January[edit]

On 4 January 2017, the new year started with a 3–0 victory over Sevilla in the first leg of the round of 16 in the Copa del Rey, with a brace from Rodríguez and a goal from Varane.[33] On 7 January 2017, a brace from Isco and goals from Benzema, Ronaldo and Casemiro secured Madrid a 5–0 win against Granada, equaling the Spanish record for an unbeaten run with 39 games, shared with Barcelona.[34][35] On 12 January 2017, a last minute goal from Benzema secured a 3–3 draw against Sevilla, getting the unbeaten run to 40 games, a new record in Spanish football. The other goals were from Asensio and Ramos. Madrid advanced to the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey after winning 6–3 on aggregate.[36] On 15 January 2017, in their third meeting against Sevilla in 11 days, Madrid lost 1–2 despite an opening goal from Ronaldo. With that loss, the unbeaten streak ended at 40 matches.[37] On 18 January 2017, Madrid lost their second straight game with a 1–2 defeat at the hands of Celta Vigo in the first leg of the Copa del Rey quarter-finals, despite an equalizer by Marcelo.[38] On 21 January 2017, a Ramos brace in the first half gave Madrid a 2–1 win against Málaga.[39] On 25 January 2017, Madrid were eliminated from the Copa del Rey after a 2–2 draw against Celta Vigo in the second leg of the quarter-finals (4–3 loss on aggregate). Ronaldo and Lucas Vázquez scored the goals, with the former netting a spectacular free kick.[40] On 29 January 2017, goals from Kovačić, Ronaldo and Morata secured Madrid a 3–0 win over Real Sociedad.[41]

February[edit]

On 11 February 2017, the new month was started with a 3–1 away win at Osasuna. Ronaldo, Isco and Vázquez scored the goals.[42] On 15 February 2017, in the first leg of the round of 16 in the Champions League against Napoli, Madrid won 3–1 at home, thanks to goals from Benzema, Kroos and Casemiro.[43] On 18 February 2017, Morata and Bale secured Madrid a 2–0 victory over Espanyol.[44] On 22 February 2017, in a midweek game against Valencia, Real lost 2–1 despite a goal from Ronaldo.[45] On 26 February 2017, being down 0–2, Bale, Ronaldo and Morata scored the goals to complete a comeback, winning 3–2 at Villarreal.[46]

March[edit]

On 1 March 2017, an early Isco goal gave Madrid the lead before they went down 1–3, and Ronaldo scored a late brace to secure a draw for ten-man Madrid against Las Palmas.[47] On 4 March 2017, after a brace from Benzema and goals from Rodríguez and Asensio, Madrid defeated Eibar 4–1.[48] On 7 March 2017, Madrid defeated Napoli 3–1 in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 with goals from Ramos, Morata and an own goal. Madrid won 6–2 on aggregate.[49] On 12 March 2017, a goal from Ronaldo and Ramos' winning header gave Madrid a 2–1 win over Real Betis.[50] On 18 March 2017, goals from Benzema and Casemiro gave Madrid a 2–1 away win at Athletic Bilbao.[51]

April[edit]

On 2 April 2017, goals from Benzema, Isco and Nacho gave Madrid a winning start into the new month, with a 3–0 victory over Alavés.[52] On 5 April 2017, a hat-trick from Morata and a goal from Rodríguez gave Madrid a 4–2 away win over Leganés.[53] On 8 April 2017, a goal from Pepe was not enough in a 1–1 draw against Atlético Madrid.[54] On 12 April 2017, a Ronaldo brace helped Madrid to secure a 2–1 away win over Bayern Munich in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.[55] On 15 April 2017, Isco scored a brace with a late winner to complete a 3–2 comeback win for Madrid against Gijón, after Morata scored the other goal.[56] On 18 April 2017, Madrid went through to the Champions League semi-finals after defeating Bayern 4–2 after an extra time comeback (6–3 on aggregate) at the Bernabéu thanks to a Ronaldo hat-trick and a goal from Asensio.[57] On 23 April 2017, despite goals from Casemiro and Rodríguez, Madrid came up short with a late 2–3 defeat to Barcelona in the second Clásico of the season.[58] On 26 April 2017, Madrid came back with a 6–2 away victory over Deportivo La Coruña, thanks to a brace from Rodríguez and goals from Morata, Vázquez, Isco and Casemiro.[59] On 29 April 2017, a late goal from Marcelo gave Madrid a 2–1 win over Valencia after Ronaldo put Real in the lead.[60]

May[edit]

On 2 May 2017, Ronaldo scored yet another hat-trick and Madrid ran away with a thumping 3–0 victory against Atlético Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals.[61] On 6 May 2017, a brace apiece from Morata and Rodríguez against Granada guided Madrid to a 4–0 victory.[62] On 10 May 2017, an Isco goal was enough for Madrid to reach the Champions League final, despite Atlético winning the second leg 2–1, meaning that Real advanced by an aggregate score of 4–2.[63] On 14 May 2017, a Ronaldo brace and goals from Nacho and Kroos secured Real a 4–1 win over Sevilla.[64] On 17 May 2017, two goals from Ronaldo and one from each Benzema and Kroos got Madrid a 4–1 away victory in the rescheduled match at Celta Vigo. That win gave Madrid the lead in the league table, with one game left.[65] On 21 May 2017, a 2–0 win over Málaga, with goals from Ronaldo and Benzema, secured the 33rd league title for the club.[66]

June[edit]

On 3 June 2017, Real Madrid won the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League, defeating Juventus 4–1 in the final, with a brace from Ronaldo and goals from Casemiro and Asensio. Real won their second consecutive, third in four years and twelfth overall title. With that victory, Madrid also became the first team to defend their title in the Champions League era.[67]

Players[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK Costa Rica Keylor Navas 30 EU 2014 97 0 2020 €10M Second nationality: Spain
2 DF Spain Dani Carvajal 25 EU 2013 159 4 2020 €6.5M Originally from youth system
3 DF Portugal Pepe (2nd VC) 34 EU 2007 334 15 2017 €30M Second nationality: Brazil
4 DF Spain Sergio Ramos (captain) 31 EU 2005 522 68 2020 €28M
5 DF France Raphaël Varane 24 EU 2011 189 10 2020 €10M
6 DF Spain Nacho 27 EU 2012 118 5 2021 Youth system
7 FW Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo (3rd VC) 32 EU 2009 394 406 2021 €94M
8 MF Germany Toni Kroos 27 EU 2014 149 7 2022 €25M
9 FW France Karim Benzema 29 EU 2009 365 180 2019 €35M Second nationality: Algeria
10 MF Colombia James Rodríguez 25 Non-EU 2014 111 36 2020 €80M
11 FW Wales Gareth Bale 27 EU 2013 150 67 2022 €100M
12 DF Brazil Marcelo (VC) 29 EU 2007 (Winter) 408 28 2020 €6.5M Second nationality: Spain
13 GK Spain Kiko Casilla 25 EU 2013 103 7 2021 €6M
14 MF Brazil Casemiro 25 Non-EU 2013 101 7 2021 €6M
15 DF Portugal Fábio Coentrão 29 EU 2011 106 1 2019 €30M
16 MF Croatia Mateo Kovačić 23 EU 2015 73 3 2021 €29M
17 FW Spain Lucas Vázquez 26 EU 2015 83 8 2021 €1M
18 FW Dominican Republic Mariano 23 EU 2016 14 5 2021 €1M
19 MF Croatia Luka Modrić 31 EU 2012 215 11 2020 €30M
20 MF Spain Marco Asensio 21 EU 2014 38 10 2021 €3.9M
21 FW Spain Álvaro Morata 24 EU 2016 95 32 2021 €30M Originally from youth system
22 MF Spain Isco 25 EU 2013 191 32 2018 €27M
23 DF Brazil Danilo 25 Non-EU 2015 56 4 2021 €31.5M
25 GK Spain Rubén Yáñez 23 EU 2015 1 0 2018 Youth system
  • Last updated: 3 June 2017
  • Source: realmadrid.com
  • Ordered by squad number.

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

No.
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
15 DF Portugal Fábio Coentrão 28 EU France Monaco End of Loan Summer 2019 Free
18 FW Dominican Republic Mariano 22 EU R.M. Castilla Promotion Summer 2021 Free
20 MF Spain Marco Asensio 20 EU Espanyol End of Loan Summer 2021 Free
21 FW Spain Álvaro Morata 23 EU Italy Juventus Buy-Back clause Summer 2020 €30M Real Madrid C.F.
MF Spain Burgui 22 EU Espanyol End of Loan Summer 2017 Free
MF Russia Denis Cheryshev 25 EU Valencia End of Loan Summer 2020 Free
DF Spain Diego Llorente 22 EU Rayo Vallecano End of Loan Summer 2020 Free
MF Spain Omar Mascarell 23 EU Sporting Gijón End of Loan Summer 2020 Free
MF Spain Álvaro Medrán 22 EU Getafe End of Loan Summer 2020 Free
CB Spain Jesús Vallejo 19 EU Zaragoza End of Loan Summer 2021 Free
MF Brazil Lucas Silva 23 Non-EU France Marseille End of Loan Summer 2020 Free

Total spending: Decrease €30M

Out[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
17 DF Spain Álvaro Arbeloa 33 EU England West Ham United End of contract Summer Free West Ham United F.C.
20 FW Spain Jesé 23 EU France Paris Saint-Germain Transfer Summer €25M Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
CM Spain Marcos Llorente 21 EU Alavés Loan Summer Loan Deportivo Alavés
FW Spain Borja Mayoral 19 EU Germany VfL Wolfsburg Loan Summer Loan VfL Wolfsburg
LW Spain Burgui 22 EU Sporting Gijón Loan Summer Loan Sporting de Gijón
MF Russia Denis Cheryshev 25 EU Villarreal Spain Transfer Summer €7M Villarreal CF
CB Spain Diego Llorente 22 EU Málaga Loan Summer Loan Málaga CF
MF Spain Omar Mascarell 23 EU Germany Eintracht Frankfurt Transfer Summer €1M Eintracht Frankfurt
MF Spain Álvaro Medrán 22 EU Valencia Transfer Summer €1.5M Valencia CF
CB Spain Jesús Vallejo 19 EU Germany Eintracht Frankfurt Loan Summer Loan Eintracht Frankfurt
MF Brazil Lucas Silva 23 Non-EU Brazil Cruzeiro Loan Winter Loan Cruzeiro Esporte Clube

Total income: Increase €34.5M Net income: Increase €4.5M

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

27 July 2016[68] 1 Real Madrid Spain 1–3 France Paris Saint-Germain Columbus, United States
19:30 UTC−4 Marcelo 44' (pen.) Report
Stadium: Ohio Stadium
Attendance: 86,641
Referee: Hilario Grajeda (United States)
30 July 2016[69] 2 Real Madrid Spain 3–2 England Chelsea Ann Arbor, United States
15:00 UTC−4
Report
Stadium: Michigan Stadium
Attendance: 105,826
Referee: Younes Marrakchi (United States)
3 August 2016[69] 3 Bayern Munich Germany 0–1 Spain Real Madrid East Rutherford, United States
19:30 UTC−4
Report Danilo 79' Stadium: MetLife Stadium
Attendance: 82,012
Referee: Jaime Herrera (United States)
16 August 2016[70] 4 Real Madrid Spain 5–3 France Reims Madrid, Spain
22:30 (UTC+2)
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande

Competitions[edit]

Times from 9 August to 29 October 2016 and from 26 March to 21 May 2017 are UTC+2, from 30 October 2016 to 25 March 2017 UTC+1, unless otherwise noted.

Overview[edit]

Competition First match Last match Starting round Final position Record
Pld W D L GF GA GD Win %
La Liga 21 August 2016 21 May 2017 Matchday 1 Winners 38 29 6 3 106 41 +65 076.32
Copa del Rey 26 October 2016 25 January 2017 Round of 32 Quarter-finals 6 3 2 1 22 9 +13 050.00
Champions League 14 September 2016 3 June 2017 Group stage Winners 13 9 3 1 36 18 +18 069.23
Super Cup 9 August 2016 9 August 2016 Final Winners 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 100.00
Club World Cup 15 December 2016 18 December 2016 Semi-finals Winners 2 2 0 0 6 2 +4 100.00
Total 60 44 11 5 173 72 +101 073.33

Last updated: 3 June 2017
Source: Competitions

La Liga[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Real Madrid (C) 38 29 6 3 106 41 +65 93 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Barcelona 38 28 6 4 116 37 +79 90
3 Atlético Madrid 38 23 9 6 70 27 +43 78
4 Sevilla 38 21 9 8 69 49 +20 72 Qualification for the Champions League play-off round
5 Villarreal 38 19 10 9 56 33 +23 67 Qualification for the Europa League group stage[a]
Source: La Liga, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Fair-play points; 7) Play-off.[71]
(C) Champion
Notes:
  1. ^ Since the winners of the 2016–17 Copa del Rey, Barcelona, qualified for European competition based on league position, the spot awarded to the cup winners (Europa League group stage) was passed to the sixth-placed team and the spot awarded to the sixth-placed team (Europa League third qualifying round) was passed to the seventh-placed team.

Results summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
38 29 6 3 106 41  +65 93 14 4 1 48 20  +28 15 2 2 58 21  +37

Last updated: 21 May 2017.
Source: laliga.es

Results by round[edit]

Round1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132333435363738
GroundAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA
ResultWWWWDDDWWWWWWDWWLWWWWLWDWWWWWDWLWWWWWW
Position23111122111111111111111122111111111111
Updated to match(es) played on 21 May 2017. Source: laliga.es
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Matches[edit]

21 August 2016 1 Real Sociedad 0–3 Real Madrid San Sebastián
20:15
Report
Stadium: Anoeta
Attendance: 27,653
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
27 August 2016 2 Real Madrid 2–1 Celta Vigo Madrid
20:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 61,568
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea
10 September 2016 3 Real Madrid 5–2 Osasuna Madrid
16:00
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 64,275
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán
18 September 2016 4 Espanyol 0–2 Real Madrid Cornellà de Llobregat
20:45
Report
Stadium: RCDE Stadium
Attendance: 29,484
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
21 September 2016 5 Real Madrid 1–1 Villarreal Madrid
20:00
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 64,582
Referee: José Luis González González
24 September 2016 6 Las Palmas 2–2 Real Madrid Las Palmas
20:45
(19:45 UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Gran Canaria
Attendance: 22,364
Referee: Xavier Estrada Fernández
2 October 2016 7 Real Madrid 1–1 Eibar Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 67,554
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
15 October 2016 8 Real Betis 1–6 Real Madrid Seville
20:45
Report
Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 37,209
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
23 October 2016 9 Real Madrid 2–1 Athletic Bilbao Madrid
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 72,910
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
29 October 2016 10 Alavés 1–4 Real Madrid Vitoria-Gasteiz
16:15
Report
Stadium: Mendizorrotza
Attendance: 19,840
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
6 November 2016 11 Real Madrid 3–0 Leganés Madrid
12:00
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 70,007
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
19 November 2016 12 Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid Madrid
20:45
Report
Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 53,741
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán
26 November 2016 13 Real Madrid 2–1 Sporting Gijón Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 67,118
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
3 December 2016 14 Barcelona 1–1 Real Madrid Barcelona
16:15
Report
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 98,485
Referee: Carlos Clos Gomez
10 December 2016 15 Real Madrid 3–2 Deportivo La Coruña Madrid
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 67,174
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre
7 January 2017 16 Real Madrid 5–0 Granada Madrid
13:00
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 67,839
Referee: Iñaki Vicandi Garrido
15 January 2017 17 Sevilla 2–1 Real Madrid Seville
20:45
Report
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 40,386
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
21 January 2017 18 Real Madrid 2–1 Málaga Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 68,708
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
29 January 2017 19 Real Madrid 3–0 Real Sociedad Madrid
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 62,462
Referee: Mario Melero López
11 February 2017 20 Osasuna 1–3 Real Madrid Pamplona
20:45
Report
Stadium: El Sadar
Attendance: 17,802
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
18 February 2017 21 Real Madrid 2–0 Espanyol Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 72,234
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
22 February 2017 22 Valencia 2–1 Real Madrid Valencia
18:45
Report
Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 45,833
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea
Note: The match, originally scheduled for 18 December 2016, was postponed due to Real Madrid's involvement in the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.
26 February 2017 23 Villarreal 2–3 Real Madrid Villarreal
20:45
Report
Stadium: La Cerámica
Attendance: 20,878
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
1 March 2017 24 Real Madrid 3–3 Las Palmas Madrid
21:30
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 59,575
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán
4 March 2017 25 Eibar 1–4 Real Madrid Eibar
16:15
Report
Stadium: Ipurua
Attendance: 6,694
Referee: José Luis González González
12 March 2017 26 Real Madrid 2–1 Real Betis Madrid
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 69,206
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
18 March 2017 27 Athletic Bilbao 1–2 Real Madrid Bilbao
16:15 Aduriz Yellow card 28', 65' Report
Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 49,095
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre
2 April 2017 28 Real Madrid 3–0 Alavés Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 69,586
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
5 April 2017 29 Leganés 2–4 Real Madrid Leganés
21:30
Report
Stadium: Butarque
Attendance: 10,599
Referee: Alfonso Álvarez Izquierdo
8 April 2017 30 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 77,344
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea
15 April 2017 31 Sporting Gijón 2–3 Real Madrid Gijón
16:15
Report
Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 22,983
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán
23 April 2017 32 Real Madrid 2–3 Barcelona Madrid
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 82,297
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
26 April 2017 33 Deportivo La Coruña 2–6 Real Madrid A Coruña
21:30
Report
Stadium: Riazor
Attendance: 26,788
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez
29 April 2017 34 Real Madrid 2–1 Valencia Madrid
16:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 71,784
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
6 May 2017 35 Granada 0–4 Real Madrid Granada
20:45 Ingason Yellow card 88' Report
Stadium: Nuevo Los Cármenes
Attendance: 19,161
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
14 May 2017 36 Real Madrid 4–1 Sevilla Madrid
20:00
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 66,456
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
17 May 2017 37 Celta Vigo 1–4 Real Madrid Vigo
21:00
Report
Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 22,838
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
Note: The match, originally scheduled for 5 February 2017, was postponed due to security concerns after a storm hit Vigo and damaged the roof of the stadium.[72]
21 May 2017 38 Málaga 0–2 Real Madrid Málaga
20:00
Report Stadium: La Rosaleda
Attendance: 27,867
Referee: Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea

Copa del Rey[edit]

Madrid joined the competition in the round of 32.

Round of 32[edit]

26 October 2016 First leg Cultural Leonesa 1–7 Real Madrid León
21:00
Report
Stadium: Reino de León
Attendance: 11,516
Referee: Daniel Jesús Trujillo Suárez
30 November 2016 Second leg Real Madrid 6–1
(13–2 agg.)
Cultural Leonesa Madrid
19:00
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 47,656
Referee: Mario Melero López

Round of 16[edit]

4 January 2017 First leg Real Madrid 3–0 Sevilla Madrid
21:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 78,969
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
12 January 2017 Second leg Sevilla 3–3
(3–6 agg.)
Real Madrid Seville
21:15
Report
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 36,943
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco

Quarter-finals[edit]

18 January 2017 First leg Real Madrid 1–2 Celta Vigo Madrid
21:15
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 58,196
Referee: David Fernández Borbalán
25 January 2017 Second leg Celta Vigo 2–2
(4–3 agg.)
Real Madrid Vigo
21:15
Report
Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 23,491
Referee: José María Sánchez Martínez

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Madrid joined the competition in the group stage.

Group stage[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification DOR RM LEG SPO
1 Germany Borussia Dortmund 6 4 2 0 21 9 +12 14 Advance to knockout phase 2–2 8–4 1–0
2 Spain Real Madrid 6 3 3 0 16 10 +6 12 2–2 5–1 2–1
3 Poland Legia Warsaw 6 1 1 4 9 24 −15 4 Transfer to Europa League 0–6 3–3 1–0
4 Portugal Sporting CP 6 1 0 5 5 8 −3 3 1–2 1–2 2–0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
14 September 2016 1 Real Madrid Spain 2–1 Portugal Sporting CP Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 72,179
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento (Italy)
27 September 2016 2 Borussia Dortmund Germany 2–2 Spain Real Madrid Dortmund, Germany
20:45
Report
Stadium: Westfalenstadion
Attendance: 65,849
Referee: Mark Clattenburg (England)
18 October 2016 3 Real Madrid Spain 5–1 Poland Legia Warsaw Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 70,251
Referee: Ruddy Buquet (France)
2 November 2016 4 Legia Warsaw Poland 3–3 Spain Real Madrid Warsaw, Poland
20:45 Report
Stadium: Polish Army Stadium
Attendance: 0[73]
Referee: Pavel Královec (Czech Republic)
22 November 2016 5 Sporting CP Portugal 1–2 Spain Real Madrid Lisbon, Portugal
20:45
(19:45 UTC±0)
Report
Stadium: Estádio José Alvalade
Attendance: 50,046
Referee: Willie Collum (Scotland)
7 December 2016 6 Real Madrid Spain 2–2 Germany Borussia Dortmund Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 76,894
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (Poland)

Knockout phase[edit]

Round of 16[edit]
15 February 2017 First leg Real Madrid Spain 3–1 Italy Napoli Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 78,000
Referee: Damir Skomina (Slovenia)
7 March 2017 Second leg Napoli Italy 1–3
(2–6 agg.)
Spain Real Madrid Naples, Italy
20:45
Report
Stadium: Stadio San Paolo
Attendance: 56,695
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
Quarter-finals[edit]
12 April 2017 First leg Bayern Munich Germany 1–2 Spain Real Madrid Munich, Germany
20:45
Report
Stadium: Allianz Arena
Attendance: 70,000
Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy)
18 April 2017 Second leg Real Madrid Spain 4–2 (a.e.t.)
(6–3 agg.)
Germany Bayern Munich Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 78,346
Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
Semi-finals[edit]
2 May 2017 First leg Real Madrid Spain 3–0 Spain Atlético Madrid Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 77,609
Referee: Martin Atkinson (England)
10 May 2017 Second leg Atlético Madrid Spain 2–1
(2–4 agg.)
Spain Real Madrid Madrid, Spain
20:45
Report
Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 53,422
Referee: Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
Final[edit]
3 June 2017 Final Juventus Italy 1–4 Spain Real Madrid Cardiff, Wales
20:45
(19:45 UTC+1)
Report
Stadium: Millennium Stadium
Attendance: 65,842
Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)

UEFA Super Cup[edit]

Madrid secured their spot by winning the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League.[74]

9 August 2016 Final Real Madrid Spain 3–2 (a.e.t.) Spain Sevilla Trondheim, Norway
20:45
Report
Stadium: Lerkendal Stadion
Attendance: 17,939
Referee: Milorad Mažić (Serbia)

FIFA Club World Cup[edit]

Madrid secured their spot by winning the 2015–16 UEFA Champions League.[74]

15 December 2016 Semi-finals América Mexico 0–2 Spain Real Madrid Yokohama, Japan
19:30 UTC+9 Sambueza Yellow card 21' Report
Stadium: International Stadium Yokohama
Attendance: 50,117
Referee: Enrique Cáceres (Paraguay)
18 December 2016 Final Real Madrid Spain 4–2 (a.e.t.) Japan Kashima Antlers Yokohama, Japan
19:30 UTC+9
Report
Stadium: International Stadium Yokohama
Attendance: 68,742
Referee: Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)

Statistics[edit]

La Liga champions Real Madrid celebrate the title with Community of Madrid President Cristina Cifuentes.

Squad statistics[edit]

No. Pos Nat Player Total La Liga Copa del Rey Champions League Super Cup Club World Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Costa Rica Keylor Navas 41 0 27 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 2 0
2 DF Spain Dani Carvajal 41 1 23 0 4 0 11 0 1 1 2 0
3 DF Portugal Pepe 18 2 13 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
4 DF Spain Sergio Ramos 44 10 28 7 3 1 11 1 1 1 1 0
5 DF France Raphaël Varane 39 4 23 1 3 1 10 2 1 0 2 0
6 DF Spain Nacho 39 3 28 2 5 1 4 0 0 0 2 0
7 FW Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 46 42 29 25 2 1 13 12 0 0 2 4
8 MF Germany Toni Kroos 48 4 29 3 5 0 12 1 0 0 2 0
9 FW France Karim Benzema 48 19 29 11 3 1 13 5 1 0 2 2
10 MF Colombia James Rodríguez 33 11 22 8 3 3 6 0 1 0 1 0
11 FW Wales Gareth Bale 27 9 19 7 0 0 8 2 0 0 0 0
12 DF Brazil Marcelo 47 3 30 2 3 1 11 0 1 0 2 0
13 GK Spain Kiko Casilla 19 0 11 0 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
14 MF Brazil Casemiro 42 6 25 4 5 0 9 2 1 0 2 0
15 DF Portugal Fábio Coentrão 6 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0
16 MF Croatia Mateo Kovačić 39 2 27 1 4 0 6 1 1 0 1 0
17 FW Spain Lucas Vázquez 50 4 33 2 4 1 10 1 1 0 2 0
18 FW Dominican Republic Mariano 14 5 8 1 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0
19 MF Croatia Luka Modrić 41 1 25 1 2 0 11 0 1 0 2 0
20 MF Spain Marco Asensio 38 10 23 3 6 3 8 3 1 1 0 0
21 FW Spain Álvaro Morata 43 20 26 15 5 2 9 3 1 0 2 0
22 MF Spain Isco 42 11 30 10 4 0 6 1 1 0 1 0
23 DF Brazil Danilo 25 1 17 1 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
25 GK Spain Rubén Yáñez 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 MF Norway Martin Ødegaard 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 DF Spain Álvaro Tejero 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
29 MF France Enzo Fernández 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goals[edit]

Rank Player Position La Liga Copa del Rey UEFA CL Other1 Total
1 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo FW 25 1 12 4 42
2 Spain Álvaro Morata FW 15 2 3 0 20
3 France Karim Benzema FW 11 1 5 2 19
4 Spain Isco MF 10 0 1 0 11
Colombia James Rodríguez MF 8 3 0 0
6 Spain Marco Asensio MF 3 3 3 1 10
Spain Sergio Ramos DF 7 1 1 1
8 Wales Gareth Bale FW 7 0 2 0 9
9 Brazil Casemiro MF 4 0 2 0 6
10 Dominican Republic Mariano FW 1 4 0 0 5
11 Germany Toni Kroos MF 3 0 1 0 4
France Raphaël Varane DF 1 1 2 0
Spain Lucas Vázquez FW 2 1 1 0
14 Brazil Marcelo DF 2 1 0 0 3
Spain Nacho DF 2 1 0 0
16 Croatia Mateo Kovačić MF 1 0 1 0 2
Portugal Pepe DF 2 0 0 0
18 Spain Dani Carvajal DF 0 0 0 1 1
Brazil Danilo DF 1 0 0 0
France Enzo MF 0 1 0 0
Croatia Luka Modrić MF 1 0 0 0
Own goals 0 2 2 0 4
Total 106 22 36 9 173

1 Includes 2016 UEFA Super Cup and 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.

Clean sheets[edit]

Rank Name La Liga Copa del Rey Champions League Other1 Total
1 Costa Rica Keylor Navas 5 0 1 1 7
2 Spain Kiko Casilla 5 1 0 0 6
Total 10 1 1 1 13

1 Includes 2016 UEFA Super Cup and 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.

Disciplinary record[edit]

N P Nat. Name La Liga UEFA CL Copa del Rey Other1 Total Notes
Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card Yellow card Second yellow card Red card
2 DF Spain Dani Carvajal 10 2 2 2 16
4 DF Spain Sergio Ramos 8 1 4 1 1 14 1
14 MF Brazil Casemiro 9 1 2 1 13
8 MF Germany Toni Kroos 6 2 2 10
21 FW Spain Álvaro Morata 8 8
6 DF Spain Nacho 4 1 5
7 FW Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 4 1 5
12 DF Brazil Marcelo 2 1 2 5
17 FW Spain Lucas Vázquez 4 1 5
22 MF Spain Isco 4 1 5
16 MF Croatia Mateo Kovačić 2 1 1 4
19 MF Croatia Luka Modrić 2 2 4
23 DF Brazil Danilo 2 1 1 4
11 FW Wales Gareth Bale 3 1 3 1
1 GK Costa Rica Keylor Navas 2 2
10 MF Colombia James Rodríguez 1 1 2
20 MF Spain Marco Asensio 1 1 2
3 DF Portugal Pepe 1 1
5 DF France Raphaël Varane 1 1
13 GK Spain Kiko Casilla 1 1

Last updated: 3 June 2017
Source: Matches
Ordered by Red card, Second yellow card and Yellow card
Yellow card = Number of bookings; Second yellow card = Number of sending offs after a second yellow card; Red card = Number of sending offs by a direct red card.

1 Includes 2016 UEFA Super Cup and 2016 FIFA Club World Cup.

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