At the present moment Real Madrid can't play football, nor can they make sporting use of the magnificent Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, however the club have made the move to turn the ground into a centre for healthcare supplies amidst the ongoing fight against COVID-19.
Los Blancos communicated an agreement with the Higher Sports Council for the stadium to hold a great number of healthcare supplies in one place, which will make it easy for medical professionals to collect them.
"Real Madrid, in collaboration with the Higher Sports Council, is launching a project in Madrid for the supply and distribution of strategic health supplies," a club statement read.
"Thanks to close collaboration between these two institutions, the Santiago Bernabeu stadium will become an adapted space.
"We will store donations of health supplies to help fight this pandemic."
The plan in more detail is as follows: all the medical material will be delivered to the Spanish health services under the authority of the state government.
It's hoped that holding these vital materials in one place will vastly increase the efficiency of delivering such resources across the city.
Real Madrid will provide their own support, using sporting companies, with the intention of sending donations to the financial centre of the country or material donations to the Ministry of Health.
This latest development comes just days after the Community of Madrid publicised a large donation from Real Madrid to help combat the virus.