The Spanish monsters have not played at their notable home arena since Europe went into lockdown in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic longer than a year prior.
Chelsea will make a beeline for Real Madrid on April 27 to play the principal leg of their Champions League semi last against Zinedine Zidane's monsters yet the Blues players won't head Real's standard home arena.
The Blues have played their last two Champions League matches in Spain, with the two legs of their quarter last win over Porto being held in Seville and their next trip abroad in the opposition will likewise be to Spain.
Nonetheless, the main leg of the semi last versus Real Madrid will be played at the club's 6,000 seater Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano field at their preparation ground.
The field is essential for the Ciudad Real Madrid, which implies Real Madrid city, at their base right external the capital in Valdebebas. It was generally utilized by the club's Castilla, or youth, groups before the principal group moved in.
The more modest field is immaterial now in any case with matches proceeding to be played away from public scrutiny in the midst of the Covid pandemic, which has been the situation across Europe for as far back as a year.
Genuine's tremendous and notable home of the Santiago Bernabeu is at present going through a broad renovating project which was projected to have been done in 2022 on schedule for the beginning of the 22/23 season.
In any case, the three-month half to La Liga last season when Covid struck saw Madrid speed up those plans, implying that it could well completion before the planned time.
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