Atletico Madrid Live Streaming
Watching the Atletico Madrid used to be difficult for fans in the UK and until recently needed an expensive subscription to a Pay TV channel but now thanks to our live streaming partners and their live streaming console you can watch each and every match from the La Liga live.
How To Watch Live Sport
Step 1: Click here to sign up to BET365.com (A funded account/deposit is needed) (If you already have an account go to step 2
Step 2: Click on “Live Streaming”, found at the top of the page, in the darker green area.
Step 3: Select the Sport from the “Show All Events” drop down
Step 4: Click on the text stating the fixture (on the left hand side) and the game will appear on the screen, enjoy!
Where can I watch?
Here are the live streaming websites where you can watch Ateltico Madrid matches live
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Club Atletico de Madrid, more commonly known as Atletico de Madrid, Atletico Madrid or simply Atletico, are a leading Spanish football club based in the capital city of Madrid in central Spain.
Atletico Madrid are often referred to as the best of the rest as they have won all that there is to win in Spanish football and have a huge fanbase, but they like the rest of Spanish clubs are always in the shadows of the giants of Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Atletico Madrid have won La Liga, the Copa del Rey, the Supercopas de Espana, and the Copa Eva Duarte in domestic competitions and they have enjoyed success son the European stage including winning the European Cup Winners Cup, the Europa League, the UEFA Super Cup, the Intertoto Cup and they even won the 1974 Intercontinental Cup.
The clubs iconic home strip of Red and White stripes with blue shorts has been used ever since 1911 and makes them instantly recognisable in any match they play.
Over the last 15-20 years the club have had many ups and downs including relegation but things are on the up now as they are competing at the very top of La Liga and are amongst the favourites for any European competitions they enter.
The past decade or so has been a really exciting time in the history of the club. The 90’s was a struggle for this giant of the Spanish game with disappointing season after disappointing season and even a spell in the Segunda Division- the second flight in Spain and similar to the Championship in the English footballing pyramid although it has nowhere near the same levels of interest and can often feature games with only a couple of thousand or so in attendance.
Atletico made short work of their time outside of the top flight but in their return to La Liga things were still a struggle for many years. Over time though the team improved, the finances at the club increased and now they are easily the 3rd biggest club in Spain and they are there or there about in every competition they take place in.
The club could be set to make it to the next level and match Real Madrid and FC Barcelona as they are set to move to a new Stadium which will allow over 73,000 fans to cheer on Atletico.
That will of course take their revenues to a whole new level and should see the club continue their upward momentum and the great news is that no matter if you are a fan of Atletico Madrid, a fan of La Liga or just a fan of football in general you can watch each and every match from Atletico Madrid’s La Liga campaign.
As you would expect from a club the size of Atletico Madrid and for a club with such a long history of success and been at the top of the Spanish game, Atletico Madrid have had many notable players throughout their history.
Adelardo Rodriguez is the record appearance holder having representing the club 551 times between 1959-1976. Luis Aragones in the clubs record goal scorers after finding the net 173 times in the Red and White strip of Atletico.
Other iconic names include Radamel Falcao, Sergio Aguero, Carlos Aguilera, Bernd Schuster, Kiko, Jose Molina, Christian Vieri, Jose Mari, Gabi, Leo Franco, Pablo Ibanez, Maxi Rodriguez, Simao, Diego Forlan, Jose Antonio Reyes, Raul Garcia, Koke, Tiago, Diego Godin, Diego Costa, Juanfran, Radamel Falcao, Thibaut Courtois, Arda Turan, David Villa, Antoine Griezmann and Fernando Torres.
What Can We Watch?
You can watch each and every Atletico Madrid match live from La Liga.
How Can We Watch?