Chelsea vs Real Madrid head to head

Chelsea and Real Madrid meet for the first time in a competitive match at Stamford Bridge.

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A historic Champions League tie reaches its conclusion at Stamford Bridge tonight, and our preview continues with all the noteworthy numbers you need to know…

The only previous occasion was in November 1966 in an International Charity match.

The Blues won the game 2-0 with goals from Tony Hateley and John Hollins in front of a 32,277 crowd. 

Real Madrid have faced Chelsea more often without winning than any other side in their history, failing to win in all four games against us. 

Prior to the first leg, our three previous meetings had been played on neutral grounds. 

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CELEBRATING THE 1998 SUPER CUP TRIUMPH

European Cup Winners’ Cup final, 19 May 1971
Karaiskaki Stadium, Piraeus, Greece
Real Madrid 1 Chelsea 1 (after extra time)
Zoco 90          Osgood 56

European Cup Winners’ Cup final replay, 21 May 1971
Karaiskaki Stadium, Piraeus, Greece
Real Madrid 1 Chelsea 2
Fleitas 75        Dempsey 32, Osgood 56

UEFA Super Cup final, 28 August 1998
Stade Louis II, Monaco
Real Madrid 0 Chelsea 1
                          Poyet 81

Our last meeting with Real Madrid

REAL MADRID 1 vs CHELSEA 1
Champions League semi-final first leg, Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, 27.04.21, 8pm

Real Madrid (3-5-2): Courtois; Militao, Varane, Nacho; Carvajal (Odriozola 76), Modric, Casemiro, Kroos, Marcelo (c) (Asensio 76); Benzema (Rodrygo 90+2), Vinicius Junior (Hazard 65)
Unused subs: Altube, Lunin, Gutierrez, Blanco, Isco, Arribas, Mariano
Booked: Vinicius Junior 27, Kroos 60, Marcelo 65, Varane 78, Odriozola 89
Scorer: Benzema 29

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Chelsea (3-4-2-1): Mendy; Christensen, Thiago Silva, Rudiger; Azpilicueta (c) (James 66), Kante, Jorginho, Chilwell; Pulisic (Ziyech 66), Mount; Werner (Havertz 66)
Unused subs: Arrizabalaga, Caballero, Zouma, Alonso, Emerson, Gilmour, Hudson-Odoi, Abraham, Giroud
Booked: Pulisic 38
Scorer: Pulisic 14

Referee: Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)