1902–03 Real Madrid C.F. season

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Madrid FC
1902–03 season
ChairmanJuan Padrós
Copa del ReyRunner-up
Madrid Championship[1]Runner-up
Top goalscorerLeague:
Armando Giralt (2)
Home colours
Away colours

The 1902–03 season was Madrid FC's 1st season in existence. The club played some friendly matches against local clubs. They also played in the first official edition of the Cup tournament in Spain.


  • 6 March: After a new Board presided by Juan Padrós had been elected, Madrid Football Club was officially founded.[2]
  • 23 May: Alfonso Albéniz Jordana was the first player to leave Barcelona in order to join Madrid.[2]
  • 11 August: Madrid won two ceramic plates that represent the first trophy in its history. After Part of programme in the festivities at El Escorial featured a match between Madrid and Moncloa, the clash ended with a 6-5 score favourable to Madrid.[2]




1902-12-14 Concurso de bandasMoncloa FC1 – 1Madrid FCHipódromo, Madrid
1902-12-25 Concurso de bandasMadrid FC16 – 0Moderno FCHipódromo, Madrid
1902-12-30 Concurso de bandasClub Retiro1 – 5Madrid FCRetiro, Madrid
1903-01-06 Concurso de bandasMadrid FC19 – 1Español de MadridHipódromo, Madrid
1903-04-26 FriendlyMadrid FC4 – 1Moncloa FCMadrid
1903-06-14 Codorníu TrophyMadrid FC13 – 1C. MatritenseHipódromo, Madrid


  1. ^ Madrid Championship (Campeonato Centro) is a regional league used as a qualifier for the Copa del Rey.
  2. ^ a b c Real Madrid turns 106 (I) Archived 2008-12-29 at the Wayback Machine.

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