The Real Madrid font contains uppercase letters, numbers, some symbols and accented letters or diacritics. The characters in the font are (shown here in Verdana):
I also added a standard letter I as you might want it instead of the lowercase I that is used on the Real Madrid jersey (see image below). In addition, the letter I with accents also have alternates using the standard letter I. The alternate letters are available as stylistic alternates in programs that are OpenType feature aware. For other programs, you can use that program's glyph palette to manually replace the letter. The alternates are found in the Private Use Area (PUA) of the font starting at Unicode postion E000.
A preview/demo font with very limited glyph set is available for download to give you a chance to see if the font serves your needs. The instructions on how to get the full/complete font is indicated in the copyright field of the preview font and in a text file included in the preview font download pack.
Download the preview font here or here.
Click on the SKIP AD button when you get to the linked page. The button is shown, after a short delay, near the upper right corner of the page. A click on the SKIP AD button starts the font download.
Hope you like my font.