Real Madrid win 2023/24 La Liga title

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Real Madrid secured their 36th La Liga title in stylish fashion.

Having lost out to Barcelona last season, Real Madrid secured the La Liga title once again in 2024

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  • Carlo Ancelotti has delivered another major honour, with Real Madrid securing the La Liga title.
  • Real Madrid have secured their 36th La Liga championship.
  • The Galatico’s are also in the Champions League semi-finals too.
  • Real have won the league with 4 games to spare, from the likes of Girona and Barcelona.

When it comes to presence and reputation, few football teams in the world carry the weight of Real Madrid with football punters and international betting sites

Success is part of the DNA at Real Madrid, with the fanbase expectant constantly and Madrid have delivered this season, clinching the La Liga title.  

Having lost the La Liga title to Barcelona in 2023 and their Champions League crown to Manchester City too, a huge rebuild at Real Madrid was needed under Carlo Ancelotti. 
The Italian has ridden out the storm at the Bernabeu and made big changes in terms of the playing personnel and he has made a huge impact on the club this season once again. 
With experienced players shown the door and young talent blooded, Ancelotti has been able to engineer success once more at Real Madrid and propel them back into the big time in both La Liga and in Europe.

Domestic dominance 

No team has won the La Liga title as many times as Real Madrid and with Barcelona reducing the deficit on them last term, a response was needed and the Galactico’s delivered big time. 
Losing just once all season, Real have had far too much for the chasing pack in La Liga, with their attacking style proving too much for every defence in the competition. 
With 74 goals from 34 games played, Real’s dominance across La Liga has been clear from the outset and Carlo Ancelotti will be hoping for more of the same from his side next season. 
Doubling up 

Trophies are part of the fabric at Real Madrid and having missed out on trophies last season, Real look to be making up for lost time this term. 
With the La Liga title in the bag, the Champions League is now the key objective for the season for Real and they are the strong favourites to win a 15th European Cup title with many football punters and betting sites
Locked in a battle with Bayern Munich in the semi-finals at 2-2, Real will be looking to use their home advantage, as the two sides square off for a place in the final against Borussia Dortmund or PSG. 
Bellingham boy wonder 

As mentioned, Real’s struggles last season were exemplified by a changing of the guard at the Bernabeu and Jude Bellingham was brought in from Borussia Dortmund to turn the tide. 
The Englishman has been a driving force in midfield for Real, easing the load on the likes of Luka Modric and Tony Kroos, who have both excelled in cameo roles. 
A lack of recognised striker hasn’t hindered Real either, with Bellingham stepping up in terms of his goal return, alongside the prodigious talents of Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo.

Real Madrid have secured their 36th La Liga title, cruising through the season with only one defeat and taking the title back from arch rivals Barcelona. 
They also have a chance to win the Champions League too and they sit on the brink of a historic season under Carlo Ancelotti.