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Atletico Madrid

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Name: Atletico Madrid
Full Name: Club Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D
Nickname(s): Candystripes, Atleti
Founded: 26 April 1903
City: Madrid
Country: Spain
Stadium: Estadio de la Comunidad de Madrid (Wanda Metropolitano)
Capacity: 68,000
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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 after moving to their new stadium which will allow over 73,000 fans to cheer on Atletico. The stadium has already proven to be a huge success with fans of Atleti as there average attendances have shot up.

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.

The red and white half of Madrid can now brag about there own stadium as been one of the most iconic in Europe as the Estadio de la Comunidad de Madrid, with it’s 68,000 capacity, is not only one the largest on the continent but it is also one of the most advanced.

Atleti have built up a reputation for been a tough side to break down and for been well organised but that hasn’t stopped them from been a great team to watch with the odd moment of magic thrown in for fans to enjoy.

Watching Atleti matches live used to mean an expensive subscription to pay tv channels or for fans in the UK hoping on a plane to the Spanish capital but now you watch Atletico Madrid live easily and cheaply, simply by using the online streaming services that we feature here at SportsStream.co.uk.

As you would expect from a club the size of Atleti 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.

If you are a fan of Atleti or just a La Liga fan in general, the good news is that it is now simple and straight forward to watch Atletico Madrid matches online.

What Atletico Madrid Action Can We Watch?

You can watch each and every Atletico Madrid match live from La Liga and many form the Coppa del Rey.

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Here are the live streaming websites where you can watch Atletico Madrid matches live from la Liga and the Copa del Rey. Each services varies in quality so make sure you read our review or why not sign up with a number of sites and simply stick with the one that you prefer?

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Atletico Madrid History

As you would expect from a club the size of Atletico Madrid, the red and white half of Madrid have had a long history which has been full of ups and downs, all of which started off in 1903 when the club were first established as Athletic Club Sucursal de Madrid.

That formation was put in place by 3 students from the Basque city of Bilbao who missing watching their favourite side whilst studying in the Spanish capital set up a new club that they envisaged been a youth branch of Athletic Bilbao, one of the biggest club sin the country at that time and the team who had just won the Copa del Rey.

This was also a period when many fans of Madrid FC (nowadays Real Madrid) were having issues with their own clubs and many of those stated to watch the new club as they started to establish themselves in the city.

Atleti started life playing in blue and white shirts, similar to Blackburn Rovers, but they soon changed to the red and white stripes that they are now so well established at playing in.

The links been Bilbao and Atletico continued to be strong for much of the clubs early years, including the loaning of players between the 2 sides which saw a number of Madrid players help Bilbao win the 1911 Copa del Rey cup final.

The clubs first home ground, known as the Ronda de Vallecas, was located in the south part of Madrid that is known mostly as a working class area at that time and it is from that region that the clubs first main fanbase developed form, but of course they now attract fans not only from across the whole of the city but from across Spain and farther afield.

In 1921, the club became fully independent of Athletic Bilbao and made the move into a new and purpose built stadium which was the approx 36,000 capacity Estadio Metropolitano de Madrid.

That stadium was used by the club until 1996, when they moved to the Estadio Vincente Calderon, before moving on again to their new home.

The 1920’s also saw good success for the club with a number of Campeonato del Contro and they enjoyed good run in the Copa del Rey.

This helped the club become one of the inaugural members of the newly formed national competition, the Primera Division.
It wasn’t plane sailing in the early years for the club however as it was just 2 seasons later when they suffered their first relegation to Segunda Division. They did enjoy promotion back to the top flight in 1934 but quickly dropped down again in 1936.

Off of the field issues came to their rescue though as the raging Spanish civil war caused damage to Real Oviedo’s home stadium and they were unable to compete, so Atleti stayed in the top flight.

Football in Spain at the national level took a break during the war and upon its re-start, Madrid merged with Aviacion Nacional of Zaragoza to become Athletic Aviacion de Madrid after Zaragoza, a club formed by the Spanish Air Force, were promised, and then denied a place in the Spanish top flight, with the merger seen as a compromise.

After a decree by the new Spanish dictator, General Franco, that ‘foreign’ names could not be used, the then Athletic became known as Atletico Aviacion de Madrid.

Shortly after, the club decided to drop the air force linked parts of its name to become Club Atletico de Madrid in 1947, the name that they are known as to this very day.

On the back of their name change, it seemed to be the case that the clubs fortunes changed as well as the next couple of decades are often thought of as the ‘Golden era’ for Atleti who starting in 1950 when they won La Liga back to back, titles and trophies came often.

This period also saw the club start to make a name for themselves outside of Spain as they enjoy success on the continental stage, including reaching the semi-final stage of their first appearance in the Champions Cup in the 1958-59 season.

In that semi-final, they lost to Real Madrid in a tie that finished 2-2 after both the home and away leg, so the match went to a decider played in Zaragoza.

Atletico did get a manner of revenge over their city rivals when they defeated Real in both the 1960 and 61 Copa del Rey cup finals.

In 1962, Atl Madrid enjoyed they first taste of silverware in European competitions when they defeated Fiorentina of Italy in a replay of the 1962 Cup Winners Cup final.

The club won the 1973 La Liga title and then went on to make it through to the 1974 European Cup final but they came up short against the Bavarian giants of FC Bayern Munich.

Shortly after that final, Madrid former player Luis Aragones took over as manager and enjoyed a mostly successful decade at the helm before the controversial decision to allow Jesus Gil to become club president in 1987 saw changes for the club on and off of the field.

The Gil era was full of big spending on often over the hill players and the closure of the clubs youth academy, which led to Raul leaving and joining Real Madrid where he of course went on to be a global star and an icon of the white half of Madrid.

Gil also became famous for hiring and firing coaches whenever his mood changed and that led to lots of instability in the club which saw them go from a club who were regularly comfortable in the upper half of the La Liga table and capable of pushing on from time to time to a club once more battling it out at the bottom of the table and trying to avoid relegation.

With that said, they did enjoy a shock La Liga title in the 1995-96 season, when they also did the cup double and took their place in the newly reworked Champions league for the first time.

That saw more big spending but they soon fell back down the table and it wasn’t a huge surprise when Gil and the other members of the board were all suspended due to an investigation into the misuse of club funds and with an administrator appointed to run the club, everything and everyone was up for sale and to no ones surprise, the club suffered another relegation.

It took 2 seasons for the club to be promoted, once again under the stewardship of Luis Aragones, with that time in the Segunda Division seeing the emergence of one Fernando Torres.

By 2006, the club were established in the top flight once more and started to splash the cash once again With the likes of Costinha, Maniche, Sergio Aguero, Simao and Diego Forlan all arriving, although Torres did leave for big money to Liverpool.

That did help the club to start moving in the right direction once more and they made a return to European competition in the 2007-08 season but perhaps most importantly, they finished in a Champions League qualification place in the league that season.

Since then the club have become the best of the rest in Spain and the main challengers to the dominance of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, something which has been boosted by the clubs move to the impressive Wanda Metropolitano stadium, which they moved to in 2017.

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