Florentino Perez will be re-elected as President of Real Madrid for the fifth consecutive term until 2025
Florentino Perez re-elected as President of Real Madrid for the fifth consecutive term until 2025 after the 74-year-old ran unopposed in elections held last week
- Florentino Perez will now serve his sixth overall term as president of Real Madrid
- He was re-elected on Tuesday after meeting no opposition in the recent election
- Perez took over from Ramon Calderon in 2009 and also served in 2000-2006
- The 74-year-old was also reelected as club president in 2013 and 2017
Florentino Perez has been officially re-elected as president of Real Madrid and will now remain at the helm of the club until 2025.
The 74-year-old – famous for his ‘Galacticos’ signing approach at the club – ran unimpeded during last week’s presidential election.
He will now serve a fifth consecutive term and his sixth overall with the Spanish giants, having served as president for 12 years since taking over from Ramon Calderon in June 2009.
Florentino Perez has been officially re-elected as president of Real Madrid until 2025
The 74-year-old ran unimpeded in the presidential elections that the club had held last week
“ On April 13, 2021, in Madrid, at 00:01 am, at the headquarters of the Real Madrid Club de Futbol Electoral Board, the persons mentioned at the outset will meet to discuss and decide the matters below, ” a statement from Read Real Madrid.
Given the existing health situation as a result of Covid-19, the President, Mr. Jose Manuel de Carlos Grau, has decided that the members of the Electoral Council who so wish may participate telematically.
“ After submitting no more than one candidacy declared by this Electoral Council and under Rule 40, Section E, Item 2 of the club’s current statutes, Mr. Florentino Perez Rodriguez will be named President of Real Madrid. ”
Madrid has won five LaLiga titles and as many Champions League crowns during his reign
Perez’s post at the club prior to his current 12-year reign also came in the boardroom between 2000 and 2006.
Any candidate to become president must have been a member of the club for at least 20 years and have acquired the personal assets necessary to obtain a bank guarantee worth at least 15 percent of the club’s budget.
But with no one coming forward to challenge him, this is the third consecutive time Perez has been re-elected as president of Madrid, having previously held control in 2013 and 2017.
The club has won five Champions League titles and as many LaLiga crowns under Perez, in a total of 26 trophies under the current incumbent.
Perez has served as president for 12 years since he took over from Ramon Calderon in 2009