Real Madrid finish their 2017-18 season with yet another major trophy beating Liverpool in the final of 2018 Champions League. Thats four champions league titles in last 5 years but they also dealt a blow straight after the season ended with Zidane resigning as manager so it will be interesting summer for Real Madrid going into the 2018-19 season. They start their campaign with a pre-season tour to United States where they play high profile friendlies against the likes of Manchester United, Juventus and Roma.
Real Madrid take on FC Barcelona on Sunday, 28th October 2018 at Camp Nou in what should be a cracking game in the Spanish League. Real Madrid must win this game to stand a chance to compete for the league title while Barcalona will be confident of winning this game.
Real Madrid 2018-19 Upcoming Match Schedule: Real Madrid start their 2018-19 campaign with their usual trip to United States for pre-season friendlies where they will play three matches before returning to europe and play another friendly before they take on Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup.
Manchester United vs Real Madrid (ICC Friendly)
Date: Tuesday, 31 July 2018 – Time: TBA
Venue: Miami Gardens, United States
Channels: BT Sports (UK), Fox (US)
Real Madrid vs Juventus (ICC Friendly)
Date: Saturday, 04 August 2018 – Time: TBA
Venue: Landover, United States
Channels: SkySports (UK), beIN Sports (US, Midde-East)
Real Madrid vs AS Roma (ICC Friendly)
Date: Tuesday, 07 August 2018 – Time: TBA
Venue: East Rutherford, United States
Channels: BT Sports (UK), Fox (US)
Real Madrid vs TBA (Bernabue Trophy/Friendly)
Date: TBA – Time: TBA
Venue: Santiago Bernabue, Madrid
Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid (La Liga)
Date: Wednesday, 15 August 2018 – Time: 19:45 uk time
Venue: A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn
Channels: BT Sports (UK), FoxSports (US), beIN Sports (Middle-East)
Having won the champions League in four of the last five season, Real Madrid is widely considered as the best team in Europe at the moment. However their 2017-18 season was rather underwhelming apart from that Champions League success where they rode their luck for most part. Now with Zidane gone, Madrid will be hoping to continue their dominance not only in Europe but also in native Spain where Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have improved massively.
Below is the schedule of Real Madrid preseason before the 2018-19 season in United States. We will update the table below with the summer 2018 pre-season which is against likely to take place in the United States.
|31 July||vs Manchester United (Friendly)||23:00 CET||Miami Gardens, United States|
|04 August||vs Juventus (Friendly)||05:00 CET||Landover, United States|
|07 August||vs AS Roma (Friendly)||01:30 CET||East Rutherford, United States|
|11 August||vs TBA (Bernabeu Trophy)||03:00 CET||Soldier Field, Chicago|
|15 August||vs Atletico Madrid (Super Cup)||20:45 CET||A. Le Coq Arena, Tallinn|
|19 August||Spanish La Liga Season Starts||TBA|
|Entire La Liga fixtures will be updated here|
Real Madrid have won three champions league and three FIFA Club World Cups over the course of last 4 years. Its been one of the most successful era for Real Madrid which took their European titles to 12. Real Madrid are widely regarded as one of the biggest club in the world alongside Manchester United and these two set the benchmark at the top in so many ways including overall popularity, money and following around the world.
Real Madrid’s matches are broadcasted by beIN Sports in the US and middle-east while their Champions League games are broadcasted by BT Sports in the UK and Fox in the US.