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Real Madrid’s complete fixtures list for 2024-25: full calendar - all matchdays and dates, El Clásico, Madrid derby

Real Madrid starts LaLiga away at Mallorca and close it against Real Sociedad at the Bernabéu. With the Champions League, Super Cups and Intercontinental Cup, it promises to be a busy season for Ancelotti’s men.

Real Madrid starts LaLiga away at Mallorca and close it against Real Sociedad at the Bernabéu. With the Champions League, Super Cups and Intercontinental Cup, it promises to be a busy season for Ancelotti’s men.
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Real Madrid can start planning for the new season in more details as they now know the full schedule and dates for the 2024-25 campaign. Ancelotti’s team will begin their defence of LaLiga at Son Moix and will end it at the Bernabéu against Real Sociedad.

But before the new league season kicks off, Madrid will get their first chance of winning silveware in the European Super Cup, which they will contest in Poland with Europa League winners, Atalanta. It could be Kylian Mbappé’s first official game for Los Blancos...

2024 UEFA Super Cup

Wednesday 14 August 2024

  • Real Madrid vs Atalanta. National Stadium, Warsaw. 5 p.m. EDT / 2 p.m. PDT (21:00 hours local time CEST) 

Real Madrid’s 2024-25 LaLiga fixtures calendar, month by month


  • Matchday 1: August 17-18, Mallorca-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 2: August 24-25, Real Madrid-Valladolid
  • Matchday 3: August 27-28-29, Las Palmas-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 4: August 31-September 1, Real Madrid-Betis


  • Matchday 5: September 14-15, Real Sociedad-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 6: September 21-22, Real Madrid-Espanyol/Oviedo
  • Matchday 7: September 24-25-26, Real Madrid-Alavés
  • Matchday 8: September 28-29, Atlético-Real Madrid


  • Matchday 9: October 5-6, Real Madrid-Villarreal
  • Matchday 10: October 19-20, Celta-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 11: October 26-27, Real Madrid-Barcelona


  • Matchday 12: November 2-3, Valencia-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 13: November 9-10, Real Madrid-Osasuna
  • Matchday 14: November 23-24, Leganés-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 15: November 30-December 1, Real Madrid-Getafe


  • Matchday 16: December 7-8, Girona-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 17: December 14-15, Rayo-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 18: December 21-22, Real Madrid-Sevilla

January 2025

  • Matchday 19: January 10-11, Athletic Club-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 20: January 18-19, Real Madrid-Las Palmas
  • Matchday 21: January 25-26, Valladolid-Real Madrid


  • Matchday 22: February 1-2, Espanyol/Oviedo-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 23: February 8-9, Real Madrid-Atlético
  • Matchday 24: February 15-16, Osasuna-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 25: February 22-23, Real Madrid-Girona


  • Matchday 26: March 1-2, Betis-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 27: March 8-9, Real Madrid-Rayo
  • Matchday 28: March 15-16, Villarreal-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 29: March 29-30, Real Madrid-Leganés


  • Matchday 30: April 5-6, Real Madrid-Valencia
  • Matchday 31: April 12-13, Alavés-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 32: April 19-20, Real Madrid-Athletic Club
  • Matchday 33: April 22-23-24, Getafe-Real Madrid


  • Matchday 34: May 3-4, Real Madrid-Celta
  • Matchday 35: May 10-11, Barcelona-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 36: May 13-14-15, Real Madrid-Mallorca
  • Matchday 37: May 17-18, Sevilla-Real Madrid
  • Matchday 38: May 24-25, Real Madrid-Real Sociedad

Madrid’s 2024-25 calendar in other competitions

Carlo Ancelotti’s team will be battling on several fronts next season and will be competing in a total of seven competitions - an unprecedented opportunity.

A season of changes includes the new, expanded Champions League which will feature 36 teams with a league phase replacing the old group stage. Real Madrid will find out who their rivals are in the League phase draw, which will take place on Thursday 29 August 2024.

2024-25 Champions League

League phase

  • Matchday 1: September 17-19, 2024
  • Matchday 2: October 1-2, 2024
  • Matchday 3: October 22-23, 2024
  • Matchday 4: November 5-6, 2024
  • Matchday 5: November 26-27, 2024
  • Matchday 6: December 10-11, 2024
  • Matchday 7: January 21-22, 2025
  • Matchday 8: January 29, 2025

Knockout round

  • Play-off for access to the round of 16: February 11-12 and 18-19, 2025
  • Round of 16 (first leg): March 4-5, 2025
  • Round of 16 (second leg): March 11-12, 2025
  • Quarter finals (first leg): April 8-9, 2025
  • Quarter finals (second leg): April 15-16, 2025
  • Semi-finals (first leg): April 29-30, 2025
  • Semi-finals (second leg): May 6-7, 2025
  • Final: Saturday, May 31, 2025 (Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany)

Real Madrid won their 20th Copa del Rey in 2023 and while the club considers every tournament to be important, the Cup is not one of the main priorities.

The dates for next season’s competition have not been confirmed by the RFEF but Real Madrid, along with title holders Athletic Club, Barcelona and Mallorca will enter at the Round of 32 stage.

2024-25 Copa del Rey

First round

  • 30 October 

Second Round 

  • 4 December

Round of 32

  • 5 January 

Round of 16

  • TBC

Quarter finals 

  • 5 February


  • First leg: 26 February
  • Second leg: 2 April 


  • Saturday April 26, 2025. La Cartuja, Seville.

Spanish Super Cup

Next season’s tournament will feature Real Madrid and Barcelona, as LaLiga champions and runners-up respectively, and Athletic Club and Mallorca, as last season’s Cup champions and runner-up respectively. The bracket has already been designated: Madrid vs Mallorca and Athletic vs Barcelona in the semi-finals.

There are no confirmed dates as of the moment, although the tournament will most likely be played during the week of January 13 to 19 2025 - before the last two days of the Champions League league phase. One semi-final would be played on January 15, another on January 16 with the final on Sunday 19 January. The Federation will soon be announcing the official dates.

2024 Intercontinental Cup

The tournament that pits the reigning European champions against their South American counterparts (2024 Copa Libertadores winners) returns this season - in an expanded format. Six teams will play, although the European champions (in this case Real Madrid), qualify directly for the final.

The 2024 Copa Libertadores winners meanwhile will face the 2024 CONCACAF Champions Cup winners (Pachuca) in the second round.

The tournament comprises two rounds, playoffs and the final. Four of the five qualified teams are already known: Pachuca (2024 CONCACAF Champions Cup winners; Al Ain (Asia), Al Ahly (Africa) and Auckland City (Oceania).

The 2024 Copa Libertadores representatives will be known once the final is played - on 30 November in Buenos Aires.

The dates for the tournament are 14-18 December 2024. Madrid will only play the final, on December 18 at a venue to be announced by FIFA.

Club World Cup

The new FIFA Club World Cup, with 32 teams, will be held in the United States (specific venues have not yet been announced) between 15 June and 13 July 2025.

The 32 teams will be divided into eight groups of four, which will play three games between them with the top two in each group advancing to the round of 16. From there, single-match playoffs without extra time, if the 90 minutes end in a tie, a penalty shoot-out will be played.

At the moment, 29 of the 32 participating teams are known: Al Ahly, Wydad Casablanca, Espérance Sportive de Tunis and Mamelodi Sundowns (Africa); Palmeiras, Flamengo, Fluminense and River Plate (South America - two places left to fill); Al Hilal, Urawa Red Diamonds, Al Ain and Ulsan Hyundai (Asia); Monterrey, Seattle Sounders, León and Pachuca (North America, Central America and the Caribbean); Auckland City (Oceania); a team still to be determined for the United States as host; and Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, PSG, Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Porto, Atlético Madrid, Benfica, Juventus and Red Bull Salzburg (Europe).

There are no confirmed dates nor specific venues yet. It is only known that the tournament will get underway on June 15 and conclude on 13 July.

We also know when Real Madrid will get a break from it all - at least those who are not involved with their national teams. There will be four international breaks next season: 2-10 September, 1-15 October, 11-19 November, 17-25 March and 2-10 June.

Competition will also stop for the Christmas break in Spain with no league matches between 23 December and 11 January 2025.