Bernabeu chiefs want governing body to think again rejecting Nou Camp protests.
Real Madrid officials have appealed against Uefa’s decision to reject the Spanish club’s protests against Barcelona in relation to their Champions League quarter- final.
The charges all relate to the first-leg meeting between the La Liga giants at the Bernabeu on April 27.
The Uefa Control and Disciplinary Body rejected the accusations earlier this week and will hear the appeal case on Monday May 16.
Real Madrid were unhappy with the conduct of certain Barcelona players during the encounter which the Catalunya club won 2-0 thanks to a double from Lionel Messi.
Los Blancos want to Uefa to investigate the racism allegations between Sergio Busquets and Marcelo and the half-time sending off of substitute goalkeeper Pinto.
Madrid also want the red card shown to defender Pepe to be reconsidered.
Barcelona eventually knocked their fierce rivals out of the Europe’s premier competition by drawing 1-1 in the return leg, winning the tie 3-1 on aggregate.
The Nou Camp club will face Manchester United at Wembley on May 28.