Real Madrid Private LaLiga Trophy Ceremony

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Real Madrid will be awarded the LaLiga trophy in a private ceremony at their Valdebebas training ground, sources have confirmed to ESPN.

Behind-Closed-Doors Ceremony Planned

Sources have confirmed that the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), responsible for the league trophy, had initially planned to hand over the LaLiga trophy to Real Madrid at their next game, away at Granada’s Nuevo Los Cármenes stadium on Saturday. However, Madrid expressed reluctance for the ceremony to take place away from home, especially after a game which could potentially seal the relegation fate of hosts Granada from the first division. Consequently, Madrid rejected the proposal.

Private Event at Real Madrid City

Instead, sources have revealed that the trophy will be handed over by RFEF president Pedro Rocha to Real Madrid’s players, staff, and president Florentino Pérez in a private event at Real Madrid City on the morning of May 12th. Following this, the squad will share the trophy with fans and the city’s local authorities. However, the specific details of these celebrations are yet to be officially confirmed.

Postponed Celebrations

Real Madrid’s manager, Carlo Ancelotti, addressed the media, stating that the team would postpone celebrations until after their upcoming game. Madrid secured the LaLiga title last weekend with a 3-0 victory over Cádiz, coupled with rivals Barcelona’s 4-2 defeat against Girona, which granted Madrid a 13-point lead at the top of the table with four games remaining.

League Victory Record

This triumph marks Real Madrid’s 36th LaLiga victory, establishing a Spanish record. Under Ancelotti’s guidance, the club clinched their fourth league title in the last decade, the second in three seasons. The team has showcased an impressive performance throughout the season, registering 27 wins, 6 draws, and only 1 loss in LaLiga, amassing a total of 87 points after 34 games.

Challenges Ahead in Champions League

As Real Madrid prepares to face Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinal second leg, Ancelotti emphasized the club’s respect for their opponent. He acknowledged Bayern’s rich tradition and history in the competition, highlighting the need to remain cautious and respectful towards the Bundesliga giants.

Optimism vs. Awareness

Ancelotti emphasized that while the team is excited about the upcoming match, they are not overly optimistic. Instead, they are fully aware of the challenges they may encounter against Bayern Munich. Ancelotti expressed his anticipation for another memorable night for the club and its fans but stressed the importance of maintaining awareness of the difficulties they could face during the game.


Real Madrid’s forthcoming private ceremony to receive the LaLiga trophy symbolizes the culmination of a successful season for the club. As they prepare for their Champions League semifinal clash with Bayern Munich, the team remains focused and determined, acknowledging the challenges ahead while savoring the achievements of their remarkable league victory.

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By- Sahiba Suri

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