The central defender from Camas, represented by René Ramos, made his 500th appearance with Real Madrid on Saturday. The defender, who joined the club in the summer of 2005 at just 19 years old, hit this milestone on 11 February 2017 in Pamplona in a match against Osasuna, becoming the 12th player in the history of this club to play 500 matches.
Since joining Real Madrid over 11 seasons ago, Ramos has racked up a total of 13 titles (2 Champions League, 3 La Ligas, 2 World Cups, 2 Spanish King’s Cups, 2 UEFA Super Cups and 2 Spanish Super Cups), including game-changing goals in the two European Cup finals that earned Real Madrid its Décima and Undécima wins.
As a central defender, Ramos has also managed to score 66 goals with Real Madrid to become the club’s third highest scoring defender, coming in behind the historic Roberto Carlos (with 68 goals) and Fernando Hierro (127).
By competition, Ramos has appeared with Real Madrid in:
- 350 La Liga matches
- 96 European Cup matches
- 39 King’s Cups
- 10 Super Cup matches in Spain
- 3 Club World Cup matches
- 2 UEFA Super Cup matches
This is another incredible milestone for the Real Madrid captain, who, true to form, will surely strive to continually excel and reach even more milestones.
Congratulations, Sergio! The pride I feel as your representative and brother cannot be expressed in words.