Full schedule fixtures of Real Madrid for season 2018-19 available here. Upcoming Real Madrid matches of International Champions Cup, La Liga, Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League in IST. The European Champions are set to begin their new season with some new changes. It will be a different season for the club with a different manager and without their all-time top scorer. This will be the first season of Real Madrid without Cristiano Ronaldo since 2009. Julen Lopetegui is in charge who managed Spain football team for two years and got sacked just before the World Cup. So overall, there are plenty of reasons why it will be a crucial season for the club based in country’s capital.
La Liga 2018-19
Real Madrid will play their first match of 2018-19 La Liga from August 2018. They finished at the third place in the last season of the competition. Despite being the most successful club in La Liga, Real Madrid have won it just once in the last 6 seasons.
|Opponent||Date [India]||Time [IST]|
|vs Getafe||20 Aug 2018||1:45 am|
|Girona||27 Aug 2018||1:45 am|
|Leganes||2 Sept 2018||12:15 am|
|Athletic Bilbao||16 Sept 2018||12:15 am|
|Espanyol||23 Sept 2018||12:15 am|
|Sevilla||27 Sept 2018||1:30 am|
|Atletico Madrid||30 Sept 2018||12:15 am|
|Alaves||7 Oct 2018||1:30 am|
|Levante||21 Oct 2018||4:30 pm|
|Barcelona||28 Oct 2018||8:45 pm|
|Valladolid||8 Nov 2018||8:45 pm|
|Celta Vigo||12 Nov 2018||1:15 am|
|Eibar||24 Nov 2018||5:30 pm|
|Valencia||2 Dec 2018||11:00 pm|
|Huesca||9 Dec 2018||1:15 am|
|Rayo Vallecano||15 Dec 2018||11:00 pm|
|Villarreal||4 Jan 2019||2:00 am|
|Real Sociedad||6 Jan 2019||11:00 pm|
|Real Betis||14 Jan 2019||1:15 am|
Copa del Rey 2018-19
Being a Spanish club Real Madrid will also compete in the Copa del Rey. In the last season of this competition. Los Blancos were eliminated by Leganes on away goals. They did win the first leg but conceded two goals after scoring once at their home. Check out their Copa del Rey fixtures.
|Match||Date [India]||Time [IST]|
|Melilla vs Real Madrid||1 Nov 2018||12:00 am|
|Real Madrid vs Melilla||5 Dec 2018||10:30 pm|
|Round of 16|
|Real Madrid vs Leganes||10 Jan 2019||2:00 am|
|Leganes vs Real Madrid||16 Jan 2019||TBD|
UEFA Champions League 2018-19
With a third-place finish in the last season of La Liga, the Vikings directly qualified for the group stage round of Champions League this season. They are the defending Champions of UCL. After a draw in Monaco on 30 August, Julen Lopetegui’s side drawn with AS Roma, CSKA Moscow and Plzen in the group G. The 2018-19 Champions League will kick-off on 18 September 2018.
|Match||Date [India]||Time [IST]|
|Real Madrid vs Roma||20 Sept 2018||12:30 am|
|CSKA Moscow vs Real Madrid||3 Oct 2018||12:30 am|
|Real Madrid vs Plzen||24 Oct 2018||12:30 am|
|Plzen vs Real Madrid||8 Nov 2018||1:30 am|
|Roma vs Real Madrid||28 Nov 2018||1:30 am|
|Real Madrid vs CSKA Moscow||12 Dec 2018||1:30 am|
FIFA Club World Cup 2018
This will the third consecutive appearance of Real Madrid in the FIFA Club World Cup. They are the first to do so. After winning the 13th Champions League title, Los Blancos booked a place in the semifinal round of this competition. The competition will be held in UAE from 12 to 22 December 2018.
|Match||Date [Indian]||Time [IST]||Venue|
|Kashima Antlers||19 Dec 2018||10:00 pm||Zayed Sports City Stadium, Abu Dhabi|
So that’s all about the schedule of Real Madrid according to Indian Standard Time. What do you think how’ll they finish this season?