Real Madrid's fixtures for the 2017-18 La Liga season have been released.
The 2016-17 champions will begin the defence of their title with an away trip to Deportivo La Coruna on August 20 and they will host the first Clasico in the league when Barcelona come to the capital on December 20.
Zinedine Zidane's side fought a close battle with their Catalan rivals last season and eventually won the league by three points, ending a wait of five years for the top Spanish honour.
Below is Real Madrid's full fixture list for the 2017-18 La Liga (times to be added when confirmed).
|20/08/2017||TBC||Deportivo La Coruna v Real Madrid|
|27/08/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Valencia|
|10/09/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Levante|
|17/09/2017||TBC||Real Sociedad v Real Madrid|
|20/09/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Real Betis|
|24/09/2017||TBC||Alaves v Real Madrid|
|01/10/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Espanyol|
|15/10/2017||TBC||Getafe v Real Madrid|
|22/10/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Eibar|
|29/10/2017||TBC||Girona v Real Madrid|
|05/11/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Las Palmas|
|19/11/2017||TBC||Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid|
|26/11/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Malaga|
|03/12/2017||TBC||Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid|
|10/12/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Sevilla|
|17/12/2017||TBC||Leganes v Real Madrid|
|20/12/2017||TBC||Real Madrid v Barcelona|
|07/01/2018||TBC||Celta Vigo v Real Madrid|
|14/01/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Villarreal|
|21/01/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Deportivo La Coruna|
|28/01/2018||TBC||Valencia v Real Madrid|
|04/02/2018||TBC||Levante v Real Madrid|
|11/02/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Real Sociedad|
|18/02/2018||TBC||Real Betis v Real Madrid|
|25/02/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Alaves|
|28/02/2018||TBC||Espanyol v Real Madrid|
|04/03/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Getafe|
|11/03/2018||TBC||Eibar v Real Madrid|
|18/03/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Girona|
|01/04/2018||TBC||Las Palmas v Real Madrid|
|08/04/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid|
|15/04/2018||TBC||Malaga v Real Madrid|
|18/04/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao|
|22/04/2018||TBC||Sevilla v Real Madrid|
|29/04/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Leganes|
|06/05/2018||TBC||Barcelona v Real Madrid|
|13/05/2018||TBC||Real Madrid v Celta Vigo|
|20/05/2018||TBC||Villarreal v Real Madrid|
Zinedine Zidane's men will have plenty of game-time under their belts by the time the season opener against Deportivo rolls around on August 20.
As well as competing in the International Champions Cup, Los Blancos will have faced Manchester United in the UEFA Super Cup, as well as contesting a Clasico Supercopa double-header against Barcelona.
The next Clasico will not take place until five months later with a Christmas cracker scheduled for December 20 at the Santiago Bernabeu and the return fixture pencilled in for May 6 at the Camp Nou, as the season nears its conclusion.
April looks set to be a gruelling period for the Blancos players with six games squeezed in, including a Madrid derby against Atletico at the beginning of the month and an away clash against Sevilla, who inflicted one of their only three league defeats last term, at the end.
Having reclaimed the Liga crown, Real Madrid will be determined to repeat the feat in 2017-18 and they will have to hit the ground running when things get under way in August.
Zidane and his Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired side made history last season when they won back-to-back Champions League titles and they will surely have one eye on making it three-in-a-row this year.
The group stage gets under way in mid September, with games set to punctuate their league campaign in October, November and December at the very least.