- After training he goes home, but sometimes (after long trips or if the team arrive too late to Madrid he usually stay overnight in his room at Valdebebas).
- He lives with his son and his girlfriend (when she is in Madrid). His mother lives in another house in La Finca, just 5 minutes away of his.
- Yes, two of his dogs live his house in Madrid, Marosca and Abelhinha.
- About what he likes to do, he said this in an interview to FF:
Everyday life: “It isn’t easy to lead a normal life, but I’m used to it. When I finish my career I hope everything is calmer and that I can enjoy myself. Right now it isn’t easy. That doesn’t mean I can’t go out. I’ve never seen a sign saying ‘Cristiano Forbidden’. But imagine going to a shopping centre with my son and my girlfriend and stopping every five metres to sign an autograph or for a photograph. I try to avoid public places and go to quieter places, to restaurants with a private table. I don’t go to hotels with 500 rooms, either. I go to more discreet places. I’ll try to enjoy myself later on, when there’s another Cristiano in my place.”
Daily routine: “I train for three or four hours a day. At 9:30 I drop my son off at school, I eat with my mother at midday and after that I go to pick up my son and I have a siesta with him, to be sure that he goes to sleep. He needs it to grow properly. Then, a trip round Madrid, English class to keep up the level I had when I was playing there, stretching, listen to music, swimming. I do a lot of things to keep my son happy. I also undergo massage sessions and at night I sometimes go into town to have dinner. I go to sleep as early as possible to be in good shape the next day. For me, recovery is essential. When I have free time, I like to travel so as to disconnect from the work environment.”