Sergio Ramos

Soccer Player

Sergio Ramos was born in Camas, Andalusia, Spain on March 30th, 1986 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 37, Sergio Ramos biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Sergio Ramos García, Ram, Tarzan, Pharaoh, SR4
Date of Birth
March 30, 1986
Nationality
Spain
Place of Birth
Camas, Andalusia, Spain
Age
37 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aries
Networth
$80 Million
Profession
Association Football Player
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Sergio Ramos Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 37 years old, Sergio Ramos has this physical status:

Height
184cm
Weight
82kg
Hair Color
Light Brown
Eye Color
Dark Brown
Build
Athletic
Measurements
Not Available
Sergio Ramos Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Roman Catholicism
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Not Available
Sergio Ramos Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Not Available
Children
Not Available
Dating / Affair
Elisabeth Reyes (2006-2007), Carolina Martinez (2006), Nereida Gallardo (2007), Amaia Salamanca (2009), Lara Alvarez (2010-2012), Pilar Rubio (2012-Present)
Parents
Jose María Ramos, Paqui Ramos
Siblings
Rene Ramos (Older Brother) (Football Agent), Miriam Ramos (Sister)
Sergio Ramos Life

Sergio Ramos Garca (Spanish pronunciation: [se xjo ramoz ai.a] (born 30 March 1986) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for the Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain and the Spain national team's center-back. He is best known for his tough play, ball retrieval skills, and prolific goalscoring abilities, and has played for Real Madrid for sixteen years, winning four UEFA Champions League titles and two UEFA World Cup titles as well as the 2010 FIFA World Cup with the national team.

Ramos debuted in Sevilla's youth academy and two seasons on the senior staff, before going to Real Madrid in 2005. Since then, he's been a mainstay for Real Madrid, winning 22 major titles, including five La Liga titles and four UEFA Champions League titles, making him one of La Liga's top goalcorers from a defensive position. He was instrumental in the build-up to all four UEFA Champions League victories, winning a spot in the competition Squad of the Season each time. In the 93rd minute of the 2014 UEFA Champions League Final, he also scored the equalizer.

Ramos has been named to the FIFPro World11 eleven times, a record for a defender and the third all-time record. He has been selected to the UEFA Team of the Year nine times, as well as a record for a defender and the third most outstanding player. In addition, Ramos has been named La Liga's Best Defender a record five times, and the La Liga Team of the Season in 2015–16. On a free transfer, he joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2021.

Ramos has represented Spain at four World Cups and three European Championships. He won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship in 2008 and 2012, and the UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament in 2012. He made his first appearance for Spain at the age of 18, and in 2013, he became the country's youngest player to reach 100 caps. Ramos is the country's ninth-best all-time goalscorer, and he currently sits second in the highest caps for the Spain national team. With 131 matches won, he now holds the most international victories for Spain.

Personal life

In September 2012, Ramos began a friendship with journalist/presenter Pilar Rubio. Both at the FIFA Ballon d'Or and elsewhere reported it. They have four sons together. Ramos and Rubio were engaged on July 16, 2018. On June 15, 2019, the couple married in Seville, Tennessee.

Ramos has been described as a 'family person,' and he has a close friendship with his siblings and parents. Rene, Ramos' brother, is now his football agent. Ramos is a fan of bullfighting and he is a personal friend of matador Alejandro Talavante. He won both clubs and countries by playing with a matador's cape. Ramos is also a keen horse lover, owning a stud farm in Andalusia specifically dedicated to the raising of the Andalusian horse. In 2018, Ramos' horse, 'Yucatán SR4', became a World Champion.

Ramos was named as an ambassador for UNICEF Spain in June 2014.

Ramos has more than 42 tattoos, including Jesus and Mary, the artist of David, who gave his mother a pendant of the same design; in addition, he has tattoos of a lion, wolf, dreamcatcher, map of Spain; and many others; among other things, he has tattoos of a lion, wolf, and Champions League trophies;

Amazon Prime and Ramos himself announced that an eight-episode documentary series on Ramos' life on and off the field called El Corazón de Sergio Ramos (The Heart of Sergio Ramos). This will be the first time the public will see Ramos and his family's personal lives. Ramos was suspended and watched the match from his VIP seat in Real Madrid's Champions League Round of 16 second leg matches on March 5th. The Amazon Prime crew caught his reactions on camera. Real Madrid lost the match and were barred from the Champions League after being disqualified, but Ramos said on his social media pages that there were "certain promises made and it never remotely went through my head" that the game should have turned out as it did.

Ramos revealed on his social media pages that Amazon Prime would debut another documentary called La Leyenda Sergio Ramos (The Legend of Sergio Ramos), highlighting his career's most memorable moments. It was released in Spain in April 2021 and will be available around the world in June, and the series is based on six episodes.

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Sergio Ramos Career

Club career

Ramos, a native of Camas, Seville, Andalusia, began playing for Camas CF by the age of 6, and he soon began playing for Sevilla's youth team, alongside Jes Navas and Antonio Puerta. In a 0–1 away loss to Deportivo La Corua, he made his first-team – and La Liga – debut on February 1, 2004, arriving as a 64th-minute replacement for Paco Gallardo.

In the 2004–05 season, Ramos played in 41 games as Sevilla finished sixth and qualified to the 2005-06 UEFA Cup, winning in home matches against Real Sociedad (2–1) and Real Madrid (2–2). In the 2004-05 UEFA Cup, he scored his first continental goal and helped the team win by 2–0 over C.D. In the first round (4–1 aggregate), the Ramon Sánchez Pizjuán Nacional took the first round (4–1 aggregate).

Ramos was purchased by Real Madrid for €27 million in 2005, a record for a Spanish defender. During Florentino Pérez's first stint as Real's president, he was the only Spanish player brought in.

Ramos was given the number 4 shirt, which had previously been worn by Fernando Hierro. In a 2–1 UEFA Champions League group stage loss at Olympiacos on December 6, 2005, he scored his first goal for the Merengues.

Ramos played centre back in his first two seasons, although he also served as an emergency defensive midfielder on occasion. However, he was moved to right back with the arrival of Christoph Metzelder and Pepe in the 2007–08 season. Ramos demonstrated a goalscoring instinct in his first four seasons at Real Madrid, scoring more than 20 goals in total. He also earned his first nine of the club's 24 red cards, with four of whom were issued in his rookie season. In a 1–0 away loss to Espanyol on September 18, 2005, his first red card came after two bookable offences.

Ramos scored five goals, one in a 3–3 El Clásico draw with Barcelona, winning their first league title during the 2006–07 season.

He was assisting Gonzalo Hido in the 89th minute against Osasuna in an eventual 2–1 away win, the club's 31st league championship. He scored twice in a 5–2 home win over already relegated Levante, one through a header and another as an individual effort, bringing his total number to five for the 2007–08 season.

Ramos scored in the 2008 Supercopa de Espaa second leg against Valencia on August 24, 2008, taking the score 2–1 for an eventual 4–2 and 6–5 aggregate victory. Real Madrid defeated Real Madrid after Rafael van der Vaart and Ruud van Nistelrooy were told off, despite playing with just nine men for a lengthy time. Although Ramos suffered a little in form during the 2008-09 season, he returned to his best in an acrobatic volley in a 3–0 victory over Mallorca on January 11, 2009. In a 3–1 home win over Osasuna, he continued his scoring streak the following week.

Ramos was named in both FIFA and UEFA's 2008 Team of the Year, as well as the FIFPro Team of the Year 2007, 2008–08 award. He also placed 21st in the European Player of the Year Award for 2008.

Ramos was appointed one of Real Madrid's four captains at the start of the 2009–10 season. Ramos was often deployed as a central defender because Pepe sustained a serious knee injury during this campaign. He scored four goals in 33 league games, and against Villarreal on February 21, 2010 he played his 200th official match for the Los Blancos (150 in the first division). Real Madrid did not win any silverware despite these personal highlights.

Ramos was kicked out of Barcelona on Friday and then pushed Carles Puyol in the ensuing melée in Real Madrid's 5–0 loss in Real Madrid's 5–0 loss on November 29, 2010 after being kicked Lionel Messi from behind. Despite playing in 264 fewer games after this dismissal, Fernando Hierro equalled Fernando Hierro's previous record of ten red cards at the club. Ramos won by 1–0 over Barcelona in Valencia on April 20, 2011, the first game of the season's Copa del Rey final. In the subsequent victory parade, he mistakenly lost track of the cup, which fell under the car's wheels; the trophy was lost as a result.

Ramos' deal with Real Madrid ended on July 12, 2011; he did not renew until 2017. Real Madrid lost 3–1 in their second leg against Bayern Munich on April 25th, but they gained a record 100 points, after a four-year absence and third overall, with him winning.

Ramos was sent home on September 9, 2013 for his second bookable offense midway through the second half of an eventual 4–0 home win over Celta Vigo in the 2012–13 Copa del Rey. He was suspended for four matches after it was revealed that he had insulted referee Miguel ngel Ayza Gámez. He received two yellow cards within one minute after scoring his second goal against Rayo Vallecano and less than 20 minutes into the first half, taking his total number with Real Madrid to 16 and 12 in the league.

Ramos defeated Barcelona in back-to-back victories over three days in late February/early March 2013, leading to the absence of Iker Casillas due to injury: the 21-01 home winner in the second game and returning home after a corner kick.

Ramos won a club record 18th red card for Real Madrid in a 2–2 draw at Osasuna on December 14, but the suspension was later lifted.

In a 4-3 home loss to Barcelona on March 23, 2014, his 19th red card was his 19th red card. Ramos scored a header against Osasuna in La Liga on April 26th, beginning with a solid tackle. It was his first goal in La Liga in six months after his volley against Levante on match-day 8. Ramos won 4–0 away against Bayern Munich in the Champions League's semifinals on April 29, 2014, with the tie ending with a 5–0 aggregate score and Madrid's qualification to the final for the first time in ten years. The Ramos' brace against Bayern (4 minutes) was the fastest brace in UEFA Champions League semi-final history at the time. Ramos scored in a 2–2 draw with Valencia in La Liga on May 4th, scoring in back-to-back league games. Ramos scored his first free-kick in a 1–1 draw against Valladolid, only three days after scoring in three straight La Liga games and winning four consecutive games for the first time. Real Madrid defeated Atlético Madrid 2-1 in extra-time on May 24th to tie the game 1–1, and Real Madrid took 'La Decima', the tenth trophy in the tournament; fans had also voted him Man of the match. With 7 goals, the Ramos made it their best scoring season for Real Madrid at the time.

The Ramos won their first trophy of the season, the UEFA Super Cup, on August 12, 2014, after playing the full 90 minutes against Sevilla in a 2–0 win. He then competed in the two-legged Supercopa de Espaa final against Atlético Madrid, losing 21-0 on aggregate. In week two of La Liga, Ramos scored his first goal of the season, a header, against Real Sociedad, a 4–2 loss. Real Madrid defeated Real Madrid 5-1, with Ramos scoring his 50th Real Madrid goal coming off his knee against Rayo Vallecano at the Bernabéu on November 8th as Real Madrid defeated Rayo Vallecano in La Liga.

He scored in both the semi-final and final of the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup, as Real Madrid defeated Morocco in the tournament. Ramos was also named player of the tournament after winning the Golden Ball.

In August, Ramos agreed to a new five-year contract with Real Madrid, tethering him to the club until 2020. Following the transfer of Casillas to Porto, he was also appointed captain. Ramos scored his first goal of the season on November 8 against Sevilla. He was forced to be recalled due to landing on his injured left shoulder while scoring with an overhead kick.

Ramos captained Madrid to a 10–2 win over Rayo Vallecano on December 20, the club's highest scoring La Liga win in 55 years. He earned his 20th red card for Real Madrid in a 2–1 victory over Las Palmas on March 13, having scored the game's first goal with a header from an Isco corner kick. He returned from suspension in a 2–1 victory over Barcelona in Camp Nou on April 2, 2016, where he was sent off for his 21st red card and fourth in a Clásico fixture.

Real Madrid qualified for the final of the 2016 UEFA Champions League Championships, where they met Atlético Madrid. The Ramos scored in a final once more, putting Real ahead of Real in the first half. At the time, he was just the fifth player to play in two separate Champions League Finals after Ral, Samuel Eto'o, Lionel Messi, and Cristiano Ronaldo. After a second-half equalizer from Atlético, he then scored a penalty, resulting in Real Madrid's victory 5–3; in the process, he earned his first UEFA Champions League trophy as a captain. Michael Cox, a book author, tipped the balance of the game against Real Madrid by tripping Yannick Carrasco and forcing a three-on-one counter in stoppage time, with 30 seconds remaining and the score 1–1. Following the game, UEFA named him man of the match. Real Madrid earned the right to compete against the 2015-16 UEFA Europa League champions in Sevilla, who defeated the 2016 UEFA Super Cup champions. Ramos finished the 2015--16 season with three goals in 33 games, his lowest goal tally and the fewest games he played in any season at Real Madrid until then, due to continuing injuries.

In Trondheim, the Ramos scored Real Madrid's equalizing second goal of the game in the 93rd minute, bringing the match to extra-time. Real Madrid were the eventual 3–2 champions, with Ramos named man of the match. In a 1–1 draw at the Camp Nou in the 90th minute, he scored his fourth Clásico goal, an equalizer against Barcelona, extending Madrid's undefeated streak to 33 games. Madrid defeated Deportivo La Corua 3–2 after a week earlier this week, this time in the 92nd minute.

Ramos scored an own goal late in the game against Sevilla, which brought the total score to 1–1. Real Madrid eventually lost the match 2–1 in stoppage time, snapping their undefeated streak at 40 matches. He scored both goals in a 2–1 victory over Málaga, his 50th goal in La Liga a week later. Ramos played his 500th match with the club on February 11th in a 3–1 win over Osasuna. Ramos won by a 3–1 away victory over Napoli in the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg after winning 6–2 on aggregate. Ramos scored another late header winner for Real Madrid on March 12th, this time against Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabéu, bringing his season total score to ten goals in a season for the first time in his career. Real Madrid's champion put the Ramos back to the top of the La Liga table. Ramos was sent off for the 22nd time in his Real Madrid career and fifth time in an El Clásico after a tumultuous challenge on Lionel Messi during a Barcelona counter-attack on Sunday, defeating the Barcelona counter-attack 3–2. Real Madrid captured their 33rd La Liga title, giving Ramos his fourth league title and first as captain. In the 2017 UEFA Champions League Finals, the team defeated Juventus in their first league and European Cup double since 1957-58 seasons. Ramos was also named the first player to cap a team in the UEFA Champions League era. His ten goals in 2016-2017-17 made it his then-highest scoring season.

He received his 23rd red card in Real Madrid's first game of the 2017-18 La Liga season on August 20th. It was his 18th appearance in La Liga, a joint record. In a 0–0 draw with Athletic Bilbao, he continued to break records, scoring his 19th La Liga red. Ramos scored his first goal of the season on September 13 in the Champions League, scoring a bicycle kick against APOEL on match-day 1. Ramos scored four goals, two of which were penalties, against Leganes and Sevilla in La Liga. He appeared in eleven appearances in the 2017-18 Champions League, while scoring one goal when Madrid won their third consecutive and 13th overall Champions League title. The goalkeeper later was diagnosed with concussion, despite Ramos' results in the final being met with dislocation of his arm and missing the remainder of the game. Ramos denied that he intentionally struck Karius, claiming that Virgil van Dijk pushed him into Karius. Ramos made history by winning three straight Champions League titles in a row, winning the Champions League in every season as captain.

In an eventual 4–2 loss to Atlético Madrid in the 2018 UEFA Super Cup, the Ramos began the 2018-19 season by scoring a penalty. Ramos will be the team's new penalty taker with Cristiano Ronaldo's departure. Ramos scored another penalty in Real Madrid's 4–1 away victory over Girona on August 26, making him the first player alongside Lionel Messi to score in each of the last 15 La Liga seasons. Ramos converted Leganes into a 4–1 victory at the Santiago Bernabéu one week later, his third goal of the season.

Ramos lost by 2–1 at home to Levante on October 20, his fourth La Liga match for Real Madrid in a 2–1 loss. He was only the tenth Real Madrid player to reach this milestone. Ramos scored his first goal for Real Madrid in two months against Real Valladolid in Santiago Solari's first 2018-19 La Liga game in charge of Los Blancos after a string of poor results and Julien Loegui's dismissal. Ramos scored another Panenka against Celta Vigo on November 11th, the 25th different team he scored against in La Liga two weeks later. Ramos' third Panenka from his previous four penalties, with the penalty's creator, Antonn Panenka, stating that Ramos was the best 'imitator' of his penalty technique. Ramos had his best goal-scoring start to a season at Real Madrid in the first three months of the season, with five goals in the first three months. Ramos appeared in both Real Madrid's semi-final against Kashima Antlers and the final against Al Ain in the 2018 FIFA Club World Cup. Real Madrid defeated 3–1 to lift their third consecutive FIFA Club World Cup title after Ramos scored a header in the final. Ramos became the first defender to score in two Club World Cup Finals for the first time in three consecutive FIFA World Cups.

Ramos scored a penalty in the Copa del Rey game against Leganés on January 9, 2019, his 100th goal in his career, despite Sevilla's reserve team's absence of two goals. Ramos chose to highlight the number 100 with his fingers to honor the achievement. Ramos beat Girona 4–2 home on January 24th in the Copa del Rey quarter-final first leg. Ramos' fourth brace for Real Madrid and first in the Copa del Rey. Ramos scored his 10th goal of the season on a header over Espanyol in a 4–2 victory, marking his 60th appearance in La Liga. Ramos reached his highest-scoring season at Real Madrid, which he achieved in 2016–17, with ten goals to his name.

Sergio Ramos was playing in the Clásico for the 40th time on February 6, 2019. Ramos scored his eighth goal of the season and his 11th goal in all competitions three days later in the Madrid Derby against Atlético Madrid, making it his best goal-scoring season at Real Madrid. Ramos became only the seventh player to play 600 games for Real Madrid in the 2–1 Champions League Round of 16 first leg away win over Ajax. Ramos was booked for what seemed to be a desperate challenge in the 90th minute during the match against Ajax. Ramos will miss the second leg against Ajax at the Santiago Bernabéu due to a suspension of accumulating yellow cards, according to the ticket. Ramos hinted to journalists in a post-match interview that the yellow card was deliberate, in breach of UEFA's rules. UEFA launched a misconduct probe into Ramos, triggering the former footballer's ban, which would also ban him from participating in both the Champions League Round of 16-second leg against Ajax and the quarter-finals for Real Madrid. The suspension was postponed until next season, and the Ramos missed their first Champions League game of the 2019-20 season against Paris Saint-Germain due to Real Madrid's dismissal by Ajax.

Ramos played his 601st game for Real Madrid against Girona in La Liga on February 17th, equaling the record of Real Madrid legends Fernando Hierro and Paco Gento. Ramos played in his 41st El Clásico in the Copa del Rey semi-final second leg at home ten days later. This was Ramos' 602nd match for Real Madrid, taking him fifth in Real Madrid's all-time appearances list. Ramos played in the La Liga El Clásico at the Bernabéu on March 2nd, beating Paco Gento, Manolo Sanch's, and Xavi's all-time record of Paco Gento, Manolo Sanch's and Xavi by playing in 42 Clasicos. Real Madrid was kicked out of the Champions League by Ajax on March 5 after being thrashed 4–1 at the Santiago Bernabéu (aggregate 5–3 for Ajax). The Ramos did not appear in the first leg due to being banned from delivering a yellow card, and they were chastised for doing so. Ramos was also chastised for being caught with a camera crew in the stands filming for his latest Amazon Prime documentary, which was also criticized. Ramos took to his Twitter and Instagram pages to address the scandal surrounding his conduct against Ajax in the first leg, in which he admitted that 'inciting the yellow card against Ajax was an error, and I take the blame 200%.' Ramos said there were 'definite commitments' made prior to filming the film, but he didn't expect that the game would turn out as it did. The Ramos sustained a calf injury at the start of April, causing him to miss the remainder of the season and the final eight La Liga matches.

In his first Champions League match of the season, the Ramos scored a header against Club Brugge on October 1st. The goal came at a time when Real Madrid was 2–0 down by half time, but the team was able to recover after another header from Casemiro. This was also Ramos' first Champions League appearance in two seasons. Ramos scored from the penalty box in a 5–0 home victory over Leganés on October 30, extending his streak of scoring in 16 consecutive La Liga seasons to equal Messi. Ramos scored his first penalty in the Champions League on November 6th, beating Galatasaray 6–0 at home. It was another 'Panenka' style penalty, which also resulted in Ramos scoring in two Champions League group matches in the same season for the first time. Ramos appeared in his 43rd El Clasico on December 18, tying the all-time appearance record for this historic game.

Ramos scored the winning penalty in a shoot-out against Atletico Madrid in the Supercopa de Espaa final in Jeddah on January 12, 2020, as Real Madrid defeated 4–1 on penalties after a 0–0 draw after extra time. This was the first time in Ramos' career that he had a winning penalty in a shoot-out. Ramos' 21st trophy with Real Madrid was awarded to Ramos in the 2020 Supercopa title. Ramos scored another header in La Liga this month, this time away from Osasuna, as Real Madrid defeated 4–1 to maintain first place in the standings. Ramos' goal at El Sadar indicated that he had scored in 20 different La Liga stadiums. This was Ramos' first La Liga goal of 2020, implying that he was the first player to play in La Liga in any of the last 17 years, dating back to 2004.

Ramos tied for the most red cards in the UEFA Champions League on February 26, 2020. He has four red cards to share his unbeatable record with Zlatan Ibrahimovi and Edgar Davids. Gabriel Jesus, the City striker, was suspended after losing 21-0 at home in the first leg of the first leg by a tactical foul. Ramos defeated Barcelona 2–0 to advance to first place in La Liga, four days later. This was Ramos' 21st consecutive Clasico appearance in all competitions and his 30th in La Liga with Real Madrid.

Ramos scored in Real Madrid's first game back against Eibar on June 14 at the Alfredo di Stéfano Stadium in a 3–1 win after La Liga returned from a three-month absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In its inaugural match in May 2006, he scored his first goal at this stadium. With him winning the ball back from Eibar's assault a few meters outside Madrid's own penalty area and running 70 meters across the pitch to find Eden Hazard's first La Liga goal in over five years, Ramos' goal began. Ramos converted Real Madrid's 2–1 victory over Real Sociedad at the Anoeta on June 21 — the 20th consecutive penalty converted for club and country (include shoot-outs). Ramos won 2–0 over Mallorca on March 31 in a 2–0 victory over Mallorca to become the La Liga's all-time top scoring defender with 68 goals, beating Ronald Koeman's 67 with Barcelona. The Ramos' free-kick was also his eighth La Liga game of the season and his eighth in all competitions, scoring in double figures for the third time in a third season. Ramos defeated Espanyol 1–0 on June 28th, running the ball right outside the Espanyol penalty area to Karim Benzema, who later assisted Casemiro in scoring the winner right before halftime. This was Ramos' 645th match for Madrid, putting him fourth in the club's all-time most appearances list joint with Santillana. Ramos scored his 15th consecutive goal for Real Madrid in the 79th minute, putting up a slim 1–0 home win over Getafe on a narrow 1–0 margin in La Liga's narrow 11-0 win. This was Ramos' ninth league goal of the season, equaling the record set by Argentine international defender Ezequiel Garay in 2006-07 while playing for Racing Santander for the most goals in a single La Liga season. Ramos equalled his best goal scoring season (11 goals) against Getafe, which was not the case last season. In four out of six of Madrid's matches since the relaunch of the season, Ramos had scored more goals than any other player. In addition, the aim was his 100th career club goal and his 70th in La Liga. Ramos won their 450th La Liga appearance as a Real Madrid player, becoming just the fifth player to reach this milestone. In a 1–0 away victory over Athletic Bilbao, he scored his 22nd in a row and his tenth goal of the season in La Liga. He was also the first center-back to score ten goals in a La Liga season since Fernando Hierro in 1993-94. Ramos scored his 11th league goal against Leganes in Real Madrid's last La Liga game of the season on July 19th, defeating them 2-1 in a tense 2–2 draw, making it his most regular season in White with 13 goals in all competitions. Ramos claimed his fifth league title with Los Blancos and Real Madrid's 34th overall at the end of the season.

Ramos started his goal count for the season on September 27th after scoring the winning goal against Real Betis from the penalty spot at Benito Villamarn in a 3–2 league win. Ramos won by 3–1 league on October 24th, earning and converting a penalty. This was his 25th consecutive penalty goal for both team and country (including shoot-outs). Ronald Koeman (who was in the other dugout as boss) led the Ramos with the most goals in this historic match, equaling his record. This was also Ramos' 31st consecutive La Liga Clasico appearances since joining Los Blancos in 2005, equaling Ral and Paco Gento as the top league Clasico players. Ramos lost his first Champions League match of the season against Borussia Mönchengladbach in a 2–2 draw. Ramos was in his 16th Champions League campaign with Real Madrid, tying the club's all-time record and teammate Iker Casillas. As Madrid defeated Huesca 4-1 at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium on October 31, Ramos became the 10th player to play 500 La Liga matches (461 for Real Madrid and 39 for Sevilla). Ramos scored his 100th goal for Real Madrid in all competitions on November 3rd, defeating Inter Milan in the Champions League 3–2 victory on November 3rd.

Ramos reportedly received four pain killer injections to his left knee against Athletic Bilbao in the 2020–21 Supercopa de Espaa semi-finals, losing 2–1. For the first time in his career, the Ramos would play before going to mid-season surgery for a torn meniscus in his left knee. He was supposed to be out for two months and back in early April, but Ramos got off against Elche on March 13 – just over a month after being under the knife for the first time. Real Madrid's 21-0 win over Elche was Ramos' 334th La Liga victory (315 with Real Madrid and 19 with Sevilla), equaling Iker Casillas as the second-most wins in the Spanish top flight, only behind Messi. For the first time in three years, the Ramos competed in a Champions League round of 16-second leg, defeating Atalanta 3–1 on aggregate and qualifying for the quarter-finals for the first time since their last Champions League appearance in 2018. In the 60th minute, Ramos scored his 19th goal for Madrid, killing the game, before coming off as a replacement. This was Ramos' 15th Champions League goal, naming Gerard Piqué and former teammate Iván Helguera as the second highest scoring defenders in the tournament's history, with only former teammate Roberto Carlos ahead of them. Ramos missed his first El Clásico since joining Los Blancos due to an injury, putting an end to a streak of 31 consecutive league Clásicos. He did not return to the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals against Liverpool because he had tested positive for COVID-19, but he was also injured. In the Champions League semi-final second leg against Chelsea on May 5, his team lost 2–0 and were barred from the competition; however, he suffered a left hamstring injury, forcing him to miss the remainder of the season; this meant he had played his last game for Real Madrid. The Ramos played just 21 games for Los Blancos in 2020–21, his most injury-ridden season in the club's history, after playing at least 33 games in each of his previous 15 games.

Real Madrid revealed on June 16 that Ramos will leave the team after 16 years. Ramos, who had initially applied for a two-year contract extension with a salary reduction, revealed that he accepted a one-year deal with a salary reduction, but the contract had ended without his knowledge.

Ramos had signed a two-year deal with Paris Saint-Germain on July 8, 2021. With Thilo Kehrer's switch to the number 24 shirt, he decided to wear the number 4 jersey. Ramos said, "I am extremely excited about it, and I love the number 4 because I have worn it since the start of my career and have followed it throughout my career and my life, bringing me a lot of luck and many victories." During the medical exam required to conclude the signing, the medical staff at PSG were reported to be impressed by his intelligence and physique, while the surgical findings were considered to be outstanding and amazing. Ramos' body was compared to that of a 25-year-old (he was 35 years old at the time).

Ramos made his first appearance in a matchday squad for PSG ahead of a Champions League group stage match against Manchester City on November 24, 2021, due to a string of injuries. In a 3–1 league win over Saint-Étienne, he made his debut four days later. Sergio scored his debut for the club on January 23, 2022, assisting PSG in defeating Reims 4–0 in a home league match.

International career

Ramos became a instant hit for Spain's under-19s, for whom he appeared in six international tournaments. Ramos was a key figure for Spain during the 2004 U19 European Championships, starting in four out of five of their matches on the way to win their second U19 European Championship, with a decisive penalty against Ukraine. In a 3–0 friendly win over China in Salamanca on March 26, 2005, he was the youngest player to play for the national team in the last 55 years. He maintained his record until March 1, 2006, when Cesc Fàbregas broke it in a friendly match against Côte d'Ivoire.

Ramos scored his first two international goals in a 6–0 away thrashing of San Marino in 2005 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on October 12, 2005. He was chosen for the final stages in Germany, and he became the undisputed first-choice right-back after Real Madrid teammate Mchel Salgado's international retirement. Despite wearing the number 4 jersey for Real Madrid, Ramos revealed that he carries the number 15 for Spain in honor of his close friend and former Sevilla teammate Puerta, who died in August 2007 and made his Spain debut wearing No. 14 on his chest. 15.

Ramos was a regular participant of the starting eleven during Spain's UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying campaign, above Sweden. In 11 appearances, he scored two goals, including one in a 3–1 away victory over Denmark. Except for the 2–1 group stage victory over Greece in the tournament's last stages, the Ramos participated in all matches and minutes, except for the 2–1 group stage victory over Greece. Marcos Senna's first international goal was almost set up in the final, but the former missed his chance by inches. During the 1–0 loss of Germany, he wore a T-shirt in honor of his late friend Puerta.

Ramos was selected in the squad for the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup in South Africa, although Spain came in third, with Spain finishing third. In a 1–0 friendly victory over South Korea in Innsbruck, Austria, on June 3, 2010, he captained Spain for the first time.

Ramos played every minute of the tournament, including helping Spain keep five clean sheets and advance to the final, where they defeated the Netherlands 11-0; he topped the tournament's Castrol Performance Index with a score of 9.79. Despite playing right-back, he has also hit more solo runs in the tournament than any other player. 31 is a year old.

For Euro 2012, the Ramos returned to the center of the defense. "I have adapted and feel safe in the middle, but I am a World and European champion at right-back," he said. He appeared in Poland and Ukraine with Barcelona's Gerard Piqué, and in the semi-finals against Portugal, he converted his penalty shootout attempt in an eventual 4–2 victory (not after 120 minutes), scoring for the eventual champions in Panenka-style. Ramos claimed his third trophy with the Spanish senior National Team on July 1st, defeating Italy 4–0 in the Final. Ramos' success in the Euro earned him a spot in The Tournament's team. Ramos wore another T-shirt durant Spain's Euro 2012 festivities to pay tribute to his late friend Puerta.

Ramos scored in a 1–1 draw with Finland in Gijón on March 22, 2013, marking his 100th cap. He became Germany's youngest European player to reach that level in the process, defeating Lukas Podolski of Germany. The Ramos competed in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil in June, starting every match as Spain lost to the hosts in the final. He captained the team in their second group game, a 10–0 victory over Tahiti at the Maracan, his highest win of his career. In the Confederations Cup Final loss to Brazil on June 30, he missed a penalty kick on June 30th.

Ramos was selected for his third World Cup appearance in 2014. As the reigning champions were barred from the competition, he appeared for the full 90 minutes of each of the team's games in Brazil, each with a different partner in central defense.

Ramos received the Luis Aragonés Award from Marca in February 2016, which named him as the best player of the national team in the previous year. Ramos captained the team at UEFA Euro 2016. With David de Gea selected ahead of Iker Casillas in Spain's starting lineup, Ramos captained the team. He had a penalty kick saved by Danijel Subai in a 2–1 loss to Croatia on June 21, 2016. Spain finished as runners-up in the Euro group and lost to Italy in the Round of 16 tournament.

Ramos earned his 150th cap for Spain in a 1–1 friendly draw with Germany in Düsseldorf on March 23, 2018, days before turning 32. Only Iker Casillas had made it to the team's debut.

Ramos was named in the Spain squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and first World Cup as Captain after Iker Casillas was disqualified. He appeared in all three of Spain's Group Stage matches as they dominated the 'Group of Death' ahead of European Champions Portugal. Ramos thought he had scored the first goal against Russia in the Round of 16, but it was later reported as Sergei Ignashevich's own goal. As the hosts eliminated La Roja, the match came to an end 1–1 after extra time and was decided on penalties (4–3). Ramos scored Spain's fourth penalty, but it wasn't enough because coworkers Koke and Aspas all had their penalties saved.

Ramos retained captaincy of the national team under new coach Luis Enrique. He appeared in all four of Spain's 2018-19 UEFA Nations League group matches, becoming the country's top scorer with three goals against England and twice against Croatia. Spain finished second in their UEFA Nations League Group, leaving them out of the 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals. Ramos won by a 2–1 victory in March 2019 in Spain's first UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier against Norway. This was his tenth penalty of the season, with all scoring them. It was also his fifth straight match scoring for Spain, which is a personal record. After the match, Spain boss Enrique hailed Ramos as a "unique player in history."

Ramos did not score in the second Euro 2020 qualifier match against Malta for the first time in six matches for Spain, losing his scoring streak. However, the match came to an end 2–0 to Spain, his 121st victory with La Roja, equaling all-time record of Iker Casillas. Ramos set a new world record with 122, after a 4–1 victory over the Faroe Islands, scoring Spain's opening goal in the process. Ramos was given a plaque by the Spanish Football Federation three days before his game against Sweden to honor his accomplishment. Spain defeated Spain 3–0, where the player scored his first goal and raised his total number to 123 international victories. Ramos scored from a penalty kick his 21st international goal to open the score in Spain's 2–1 victory over Romania in a Euro 2020 qualifier, making him the joint top scorer in the national team's history. Ramos earned his 167th cap for Spain over the Faroe Islands in a Euro 2020 qualifier on September 8th, beating the Faroe Islands 4–0; with this appearance, he tied Iker Casillas as Spain's most capped player of all time. He became the country's sole most capped player on October 12, 2019 - the nation's sole most capped player.

Ramos scored a brace in a 4–0 victory over Ukraine in the 2020-21 UEFA Nations League, scoring 23 international goals and equaling Alfredo Di Stéfano as Spain's eighth-highest all-time goalscorer. In a 1–1 draw against Switzerland on November 14, he made his 177th appearance for Spain and surpassed Gianluigi Buffon's record for the most international caps earned by a European player.

Following an injury-plagued season, Ramos was kept off the team for UEFA Euro 2020. His selection was the first major tournament since Euro 2004, when he was not called for the national team, bringing an end to a streak of ten consecutive tournaments.

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Signing Luka Modric should be investigated by clubs, Rafa Benitez could sue Celta Vigo, and the stats show Xavi was correct. WE LEARNED FROM LaLiga!

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 27, 2024
After beating Rayo Vallecano on Monday night, Girona closed the gap on Real Madrid. Carlo Ancelotti's side won on Sunday thanks to Luka Modric's bench contributions, securing a 1-0 victory over Sergio Ramos and Sevilla. Girona's victory put them right back in front of a revived Barcelona that beat Getafe on Saturday. Rafa Benitez' team took the lead in minute 100, but Real Sociedad fell further behind the top four.

Ilia Topuria gets a hero's welcome ahead of Real Madrid's clash with Sevilla, despite his UFC featherweight championship victory... as 'El Matador' strikes a pose with Jude Bellingham and Sergio Ramos at the Santiago Bernabeu combines

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 26, 2024
Ilia Topuria, the UFC featherweight champion, was welcomed with a hero's welcome ahead of Real Madrid's match against Sevilla, before striking a pose with both sets of players. After his stunning KO victory over Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 298 earlier this month, the 27-year-old became the first Spanish champion in UFC history. Topuria's threw a massive right just over the shoulder and into the chin of 'The Great', the story of a big right who crumpled to the canvas at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

Real Madrid 1-0 Sevilla: Luka Modric's late attack keeps LaLiga leaders eight points ahead of Barcelona... as ex-Los Blancos star Sergio Ramos is defeated in his first game back at the Bernabeu

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 25, 2024
PETE JENSON: Luka Modric relived the years to score the winner in Real Madrid's narrow victory over Sergio Ramos' Sevilla. It was the former Real Madrid captain's first game back at the Bernabeu two years ago, and it seemed for 85 minutes as if he was going to leave with a clean sheet and a point, but his old pal Modric had other plans. As Ramos headed Fede Valverde's cross, the 38-year-old played his first touch, a ball dropped to the Croatian and his first touch teed him up perfectly, giving Real Madrid the lead.
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