REAL MADRID celebrated another Champions League title last season, winning their 14th title with a 1-0 win over Liverpool at the Stade de France.
But first they would have flown to Paris in proper style with their own private jet.
Thanks to a whopping sponsorship deal, Karim Benzema and co can fly away days on a cool £340m Emirates A380 jet.
Not only are Carlo Ancelotti’s side raking in around £62million a year on this exchange, they are treated like royalty on their double-decker planes.
First off, every player on the plane has their own private shower – so there’s no need for shared showers for these stars.
If they wish, they then have the option to rest in a fully functional bar area with plenty of room to swing a dozen cats in it.
If that’s not enough for those spoiled athletes, the Galacticos also have their own bed to sleep in, which comes with some other cool extras.
There is a personalized tablet that gives you access to 2,500 channels, a non-alcoholic minibar and a small vanity.
Does that mean they are the cleanest club in the world?
Who knows? But what else do you expect from the best team in the world at the moment? Of course they will have their own customized aircraft.
And if they land at any airport, they’ll hardly be inconspicuous upon arrival, as players’ faces are adorned on the plane’s livery.
Fly Emirates has been sponsoring Real since signing a sponsorship deal in 2013.
They’ve paved their mark in four Champions League victories via the famous white jerseys.
They have similar deals with Arsenal and PSG, who also use their Airbus A380.
And the plane itself is a four-engine jet that’s become something of a staple since it first flew in 2005.
It seats 525 passengers, has a design range of 8,500 nautical miles and a cruising speed of around 559 miles per hour.
Simply put, they have no excuse for being late to a game.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/soccer/5239891/real-madrid-team-plane-champions-league-private-jet-emirates-airbus/ Real Madrid’s £340m luxury private jet offers beds, showers, personal sinks and tablets with 2,500 TV channels – The US Sun