The last game of the merengue team in what is their home since 1947 was on March 1, 2020, a week before playing their last match before the break due to the spread of COVID-19 and the declaration of the State of Alarm . According to BrandIt is planned that on September 12 the whites will be seen again in their fiefdom.
The Classic in which those still led by Zinédine Zidane beat FC Barcelona (2-0) with goals from Vinícius Júnior and Mariano Díaz was the last match at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium and, in turn, in which we saw your audience being local. A few days later came the ban on the entry of fans and, consequently, the decision to play at the Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium of the Valdebebas Sports City to accelerate the remodeling works in the construction of Paseo de la Castellana.
After 560 days, specifically on September 12, the return to the Madrid neighborhood of Hispanoamérica could be seen on the fourth day of the next edition of LaLiga to receive Celta de Vigo. This stake will come after the first national team break, where qualifying matches for the Qatar 2022 World Cup will take place.
Although the planning of the works includes the possibility that the public can access the stadium, the newspaper Brand Remember that there is the option of reaching an agreement with Atlético de Madrid to give them the Wanda Metropolitano in some matches where the meringues act as locals, since it is the largest and closest soccer field in the city.
During the month of September we will see the white club be local in the aforementioned clash, in addition to one from the Champions League and another two from LaLiga, against RCD Mallorca (Wednesday 22) and Villarreal (Sunday 26). Previously, he will begin his journey in the domestic tournament as a visitor against Deportivo Alavés, Levante and Real Betis in this month of August.