Zinedine Zidane pre-Clásico press conference: how and where to watch – times, online
The French coach will address the media on Saturday, February 29th at 12:50 CET, a day ahead of the biggest domestic game in club football at the Santiago Bernabéu.
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium provides the setting for Sunday night's El Clásico with the Catalan side currently topping the LaLiga table holding a two point advantage over their rivals from the Spanish capital.
Back-to-back defeats in LaLiga last weekend (away to Levante) coupled with a reverse at home in Wednesday's Champions League Round of 16 (first leg) at the hands of Premier League champions Manchester City have seen a sense of nervousness set in among fans of "Los Blancos", conscious that another defeat on Sunday would come as a major body blow for title aspirations.
Ahead of the biggest game in domestic football, French coach Zinedine Zidane will address the media to offer his thoughts, views and possibly let a squad selection secret slip ahead of the match.
What time does the Zinedine Zidane pre-Clasico press conference start?
The 47-year-old Real Madrid manager is set to address the media at the press centre at the Valdebebas training ground on the outskirts of the capital at 12:50 CET on Saturday February 29th (2020).
* The press conference will start upon the conclusion of the programmed first team training session which commences at 11:00 CET and the time earmarked by the club is an approximation.
That’s 11:50 in the UK, 06:50 in New York, 03:50 in LA; 14:50 in Doha, 17:50 in New Delhi; and 22:50 in Sydney.
For everywhere else in the world, you can see here what time the Real Madrid manager's press conference gets underway.
Zinedine Zidane pre-Clasico press conference
As part of our build-up to Sunday's game, you can also follow Zidane's 'presser' right here on AS English. We'll be live at Valdebebas just before the Frenchman speaks and have all the latest news and subsequent reaction.
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