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Real Madrid's seven legendary No.7s

Joseíto (1951-59).

Zamora-born Joseíto wore the number 7 in the Real Madrid which won the first European Cup, beating Stade de Reims 4-3 in Paris. He was part of an attack which featured Marsal, Di Stéfano, Rial and Gento.

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Joseíto (1951-59)

Zamora-born Joseíto wore the number 7 in the Real Madrid which won the first European Cup, beating Stade de Reims 4-3 in Paris. He was part of an attack which featured Marsal, Di Stéfano, Rial and Gento.

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Kopa (1956-59). A Bernabéu signing

Legendary president Santiago Bernabéu was so impressed with Kopa in the 1956 final that he decided to sign him from Stade de Reims. An elegant, classy No.7, Kopa won the European Cup in 1957, 1958 and 1959.

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Kopa (1956-59). A Bernabéu signing

Legendary president Santiago Bernabéu was so impressed with Kopa in the 1956 final that he decided to sign him from Stade de Reims. An elegant, classy No.7, Kopa won the European Cup in 1957, 1958 and 1959.

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Amancio (1962-76). The wizard who made history

He joined from Deportivo and from 1964 with the uneviable task of replacing Di Stéfano. He was the star of the 'Ye-Yé' team's European triumph in 1966. He also wore the No.8 but was more often seen with the No.7.

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Amancio (1962-76). The wizard who made history

He joined from Deportivo and from 1964 with the uneviable task of replacing Di Stéfano. He was the star of the 'Ye-Yé' team's European triumph in 1966. He also wore the No.8 but was more often seen with the No.7.

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Juanito (1977-87). Bernabéu idol

A No.7 par excellence during the 70s and 80s. A charismastic player, who is still remembered in every home game when the home crowd chant his name in the 7th minute at the Bernabéu.

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Juanito (1977-87). Bernabéu idol

A No.7 par excellence during the 70s and 80s. A charismastic player, who is still remembered in every home game when the home crowd chant his name in the 7th minute at the Bernabéu.

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Butragueño (1983-95). The Quinta's leader

He lent his name to a generation of young players who revolutionized Spanish football in the 1980s. His inventiveness inside the penalty area made him a favourite with madridistas who consider him one the club's greatest players.

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Butragueño (1983-95). The Quinta's leader

He lent his name to a generation of young players who revolutionized Spanish football in the 1980s. His inventiveness inside the penalty area made him a favourite with madridistas who consider him one the club's greatest players.

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Raúl (1994-2010). 'El gran capitán'

He was in the starting XI for La Séptima in Amsterdam and scored Madrid's third goal against Valencia for La Octava and the opener for La Novena (against Bayer Leverkusen). He is the player to have made the most appearances for Real Madrid in club history -741, in which he scored 323 goals.

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Raúl (1994-2010). 'El gran capitán'

He was in the starting XI for La Séptima in Amsterdam and scored Madrid's third goal against Valencia for La Octava and the opener for La Novena (against Bayer Leverkusen). He is the player to have made the most appearances for Real Madrid in club history -741, in which he scored 323 goals.

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Cristiano Ronaldo (2009-2018). 450 goals/438 games

Averaging more than a goal per game for nine glorious years during which time he won four Champions Leagues. During his time at Madrid he won the Ballon d'Or four times.

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Cristiano Ronaldo (2009-2018). 450 goals/438 games

Averaging more than a goal per game for nine glorious years during which time he won four Champions Leagues. During his time at Madrid he won the Ballon d'Or four times.

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