Real Madrid record appearances?
Here we look at the Real Madrid record appearances of all-time. Which Real Madrid players have made the most appearances? Real Madrid player appearances?
Here we have a list of the top 10 Real Madrid top appearances. All-time Real Madrid leading appearances? Real Madrid Champions League appearances?
Which Real Madrid player has made the all-time most appearances for Real Madrid?
Raul has made the most appearances ever for Real Madrid. Let’s see who all come under other Real Madrid record appearances – of all time! Watch & Bet Here =>
Real Madrid record appearances (All-time appearances)
Competitive matches only.
Most notable players
From the list, we can see which players have Real Madrid record appearances. So let’s start the countdown!
Santillana is a Spanish retired expert footballer. scored an incredible 16 goals in 35 appearances for his childhood club Santander which helped him to sign for Real Madrid in the summer of 1971.
He played chiefly as an assaulting striker and was highly regarded for his aerial abilities in and around the box. He helped Real win nine La Liga titles, four Copa Del Reys, one Copa de La Liga to go with two UEFA cup titles With 290 goals for Real Madrid, he is the club’s fourth most noteworthy goalscorer and is 5th on this list with 645 appearances.
4. Sergio Ramos
Sergio Ramos is a Spanish proficient footballer who played his whole vocation for Real Madrid. He is currently viewed as probably the best defender of his generation and has received praise for his leadership as well as passing and goalscoring capabilities.
In addition to his defensive skills and goalscoring abilities, he is gifted with pace and is also comfortable on the ball. Due to his multiple ranges of skills, former manager Carlo Ancelotti has compared him to legendary defender Paolo Maldini. He has been an influential figure at the Santiago Bernabeu and helped the squad win five La Liga titles, four Champions League trophies and a record four FIFA World Cups.
Ramos holds the record as the most capped player of the Spain national team and is the nation’s eighth-highest all-time goalscorers. He was an influential part of the squads that won Euro 2008 and 2012 and the 2010 World Cup. In the last challenge’s semi-last, he scored the main goal of the game against Germany.
3. Manuel Sanchis
Manuel Sanchis is a Spanish expert footballer who played as a sweeper for the Los Blancos. He was a part of the famous ‘Quinta del Buitre’, 5 homegrown Real Madrid players, who played an extremely vital role in the development of the club’s history. Sanchis is generally viewed as probably the best player of his age and one of the best defenders ever.
Sanchis was a high-scoring sweeper defender and had an incredible high-passing range. His calmness on the pitch coupled with his positional sense and sensible defending makes him an ideal defender for any club.
He was the captain of Madrid for 13 years and is widely regarded as the best captain of Madrid. He won eight La Liga titles, two Champions League trophies, five Supercopa de Espanaa and two Copa del Reys. He was the first Real player to cross the 700 mark in terms of competitive appearances, finishing off with 710 appearances.
2. Iker Casillas
Casillas undoubtedly comes after Raul.
Iker Casillas is a Spanish footballer generally viewed as probably one of the best goalkeepers of all time. He played for Real Madrid, Porto and the Spain national group. He has won La Liga Best Goalkeeper recognition twice. He was a striking, well-rounded, and athletic keeper, who was known in particular for his outstanding agility, reflexes, consistency and shot-stopping.
Casillas made 725 appearances for Real Madrid figure which makes him just the subsequent player to arrive at the milestone after Raul (741). Having spent the majority of his career with Real Madrid, he holds the record for the most clean sheets in the UEFA Champions League and the Spain National team.
Raul is considered as one of the most important players in Real Madrid history and one of the greatest Spanish players of all time.
During his vocation, which spread over almost two decades, he played for the most part for Real Madrid, showing up in 741 authority matches and scoring 323 goals, making him the second-most elevated goalscorer in the club’s history for a few decades, until he was passed by Cristiano Ronaldo. He won six La Liga titles with the group in an aggregate of 15 significant trophies, and was famous for his capacity to score from corners. For Real Madrid, he has scored 323 goals in total.
He won the La Liga Best Spanish player title a record five times and is the fifth-highest goalscorer in the history of the competition.
Raul holds the record for the most appearances in La Liga for Real Madrid. He made a total of 741 appearances for the Los Blancos. Watch & Bet Here =>
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