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VISIT THE AWESOME REAL MADRID MUSEUM!

Tuesday 30 August 2011 16:42
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Source: noticiasrealmadrid.com

Real Madrid is one of the biggest football clubs in the world and as such should have, besides a big stadium where players make history, a museum to immortalize it, so the later generations can discvoer what their club was like in the past. The ‘Heritage Center’ (the official name of the Real Madrid museum) has everything that a Real Madrid fan needs to know about the history of the club, and first hand.

Real Madrid’s ‘Heritage Center’ is located in Santiago Bernabeu stadium and is one of the most important football club museums. The Real Madrid Foundation is responsible for managing the museum, which has thousands of written, photographic and audio-visual documents, as well as many objects including trophies, flags, Club Member Cards, posters… All sorts of objects which represent the best football team of the XX Century. Nowadays the Real Madrid museum has more than 210,000 objects that visitors can see (and this number is ever increasing), thanks to the efforts of the Real Madrid Foundation. Moreover, in the last few years, the Foundation is focusing on including the latest technology in the Heritage Center so that those who visit the museum can enjoy,  in greater comfort and quality, Real Madrid’s history.

Furthermore, the Real Madrid museum has received in recent years the recognition of many media and associations for the social work it has done. Two of the most important prizes are  the International Award for Solidarity in sport in 2009 from “Asociación Deporte y Desarrollo” (Association of Sport and Development Board) and the COE’s (Spanish Olympic Committee) recognition “for their outstanding social work” in 2007.

Now that you know the important details of the “Heritage Center” of Real Madrid don’t wait any longer and take a tour around one of the most incredible sports museums in the world, you won’t be disappointed!

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¡VISITA EL EXCEPCIONAL MUSEO DEL REAL MADRID!

Tuesday 30 August 2011 16:37
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Fuente: noticiasrealmadrid.com

El Real Madrid es uno de los clubes de fútbol más grandes del mundo y, como tal, debe de tener, a parte de un gran estadio donde los jugadores creen la historia, un museo que se encargue de inmortalizarla para que las generaciones posteriores puedan saber qué fue su club en el pasado. El ‘Centro de Patrimonio Histórico’ (nombre oficial del museo del Real Madrid) guarda en cada uno de sus rincones todo lo que un aficionado madridista necesita para conocer la historia de su club de primera mano.

El ‘Centro de Patrimonio Histórico’ madridista está situado en el estadio Santiago Bernabéu y es uno de los museos más importantes por lo que a clubes de fútbol se refiere. La Fundación Real Madrid es la encargada de gestionar el museo, que contiene miles de documentos escritos, gráficos, audio-visuales… Así como múltiples objetos: trofeos, banderines, carnés, carteles, medallas… Toda clase de objetos representativos del mejor equipo de fútbol del siglo XX. En total, actualmente el museo del Real Madrid cuenta con más de 210.000 objetos que los visitantes pueden ver y conocer, y el objetivo es que este número se incremente año tras año, gracias a la labor que ejerce la Fundación Real Madrid. En los últimos años, además, dicha Fundación está haciendo especial hincapié para que el Centro de Patrimonio madridista cuente con, además de los objetos más representativos del club, con la más moderna tecnología para que los visitantes que acceden al museo, que cada vez son más, puedan disfrutar con más comodidad y calidad de la historia ‘en vivo’ del conjunto madridista.

El museo del Real Madrid, además, ha recibido en los últimos años el reconocimiento de muchos medios de comunicación y asociaciones por la labor que ha ejercido, de los cuales destacan el Premio internacional a la Solidaridad en el deporte en el año 2009 por la Asociación Deporte y Desarrollo o la Placa del COE en reconocimiento “Por su extraordinaria labor social” en el año 2007.

Ahora que ya conoces los detalles más importantes del ‘Centro de Patrimonio Histórico’ del Real Madrid no te lo pienses más y date una vuelta por uno de los museos de deporte más completos e importantes del mundo, ¡no te defraudará!

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EVERYTHING WILL BE DECIDED IN THE VALENCIA GP

Wednesday 24 August 2011 15:50
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The Comunitat Valenciana Gran Prix will take place in the Circuit de Ricardo Tormo (Cheste, Valencia) on the weekend of the 5th and 6th of November. This GP will close the championship and will be the 12th since the circuit held the first in 1999.

The circuit of Valencia will be, for another year, the scene of great joys and also of big disappointments next November when the MotoGP championship takes place. With just over half of the championships of the season having taken place, we can see that the results of Spanish riders aren’t as good as last year. In 2010 Lorenzo won the title and Pedrosa finished second. This year, however, another unfortunate injury to the Catalan (Pedrosa) has not allowed him to drive as well as he can usually in some of the races (in the last GP he couldn’t finish the race because of a fall). And Jorge Lorenzo, the current world champion, isn’t leading the classification this year, although he’s driving well and fast. The leader of MotoGP is Casey Stoner, who now seems to have a very strong position: he leads Lorenzo, who is in second place, by 26 points. Andrea Dovizioso is in third place, fourth is the “Doctor” Rossi and fifth and far behind those above him, is Dani Pedrosa.

Before the Grand Prix of Valencia, though, the results might have changed, and a lot, because as we know this tends to happen. There are a lot of fans all over the world who come every year to Valencia to see the outcome of the championship live. Obviously, lots of them are Spanish, and fortunately, they are used to being able to celebrate the titles which the Spanish drivers win, in Moto GP, Moto2 or 125 CC. So far this year the results are not as good as usual, but as we said, everything can change. We have to wait for November to see what will happen on the Cheste circuit tracks. Additionally, the young Spanish drivers Toni Elias, Hèctor Barberà and Álvaro Bautista, who are now in the middle of the table, want to surprise their fans and end the world championship in the best way possible.

Like every year, the Grand Prix of Valencia seems to be one of the most exciting in the world, so don’t miss the chance to see it live: enter our website and purchase your tickets before they run out!

TODO SE DECIDIRÁ EN EL GP DE LA COMUNITAT VALENCIANA

Wednesday 24 August 2011 15:45
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El Gran Premi Generali de MotoGP de la Comunitat Valenciana se celebrará el fin de semana del 5 y 6 de noviembre en el circuito Ricardo Tormo de Cheste, en Valencia. Este GP cerrará el mundial de este año 2011 y será el decimosegundo desde que se disputó el primero en el circuito el año 1999.

El circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana será otro año más el nido de las grandes alegrías pero también de las grandes decepciones el próximo noviembre cuando termine, en la pista del Circuit Ricardo Tormo, el mundial de MotoGP de este año. A día de hoy, que ya llevamos poco más de la mitad del campeonato, las cosas no pintan para nada tan bien como el año pasado para los pilotos españoles. Cabe recordar que en 2010 Lorenzo acabó llevándose el mundial y Pedrosa terminó segundo. Este año, en cambio, otra desafortunada lesión del piloto catalán le ha apartado de una de las carreras y no le ha permitido estar al 100% en algunas de ellas (en el último GP ni pudo terminar la carrera por una caída). Y por parte del actual campeón del mundo, Jorge Lorenzo, a pesar de que el mallorquín no lo está haciendo nada mal, por ahora no lidera la clasificación general. El primero del mundial es Casey Stoner, que de momento parece estar muy fuerte ahí arriba, y supera a Lorenzo por 26 puntos. A no muchos puntos del español está Andrea Dovizioso en la tercera posición, cuarto está el gran ‘Doctore’ Rossi y quinto y alejado de los de más arriba, Dani Pedrosa.

Antes de que lleguemos al Gran Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana, por el contrario, las cosas podrían haber cambiado, y mucho, pues ya sabemos que los campeonatos de Moto GP (y de toda clase de motos) suelen dar grandes giros en muy poco tiempo. A Valencia se acerca siempre muchísima gente seguidora de las motos, pero lógicamente más aficionados españoles que, por suerte hasta ahora, están acostumbrados a celebrar títulos de pilotos de los nuestros, tanto de Moto GP como Moto 2 o de 125 CC. Por ahora este año las cosas no van tan bien como otros, pero, como hemos dicho, todo puede cambiar. Tendremos que esperar al mes de noviembre para ver qué pasará en las pistas del circuito de Cheste. Por parte de la representación nacional, además, los jóvenes Toni Elías, Hector Barberà y Álvaro Bautista , que por ahora están unos situados los 3 por la mitad de la tabla, querrán sorprender a la afición y terminar el mundial ‘a lo grande’.

Como cada año, el Gran Premio de la Comunitat Valenciana parece que será uno de los más emocionantes de todo el mundial, así que no dejes pasar la oportunidad de verlo en directo: ¡entra en nuestra web y compra tus entradas antes de que se agoten!

Spain Tickets Online graphics competition

Friday 19 August 2011 17:32
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Win two tickets for FC BARCELONA VS REAL BETIS and get your work published on www.spainticketsonline.es!!!

We offer you the chance to win 2 tickets for the match FC Barcelona vs Real Betis – simply by sending us your original picture for the new home page of our website www.spainticketsonline.es

Send your picture, which must be at least 1Mb in size, 950px wide × 310px high, along with your name, address and telephone number to info@spainticketsonline.es.

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3. Entries should be submitted by via email to info@spainticketsonline.es. Entries must be labeled with the entrant’s name and image files must be 72 dpi and between 1MB and 3MB, 950px wide × 310px high. Entrants should include their own name, address and telephone number. We regret that we are unable to accept postal entries.

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