Real Madrid have beaten Atlético in each of the past three seasons, but revenge won't be the Rojiblancos' only incentive this time round. "Hopefully we can give the Vicente Calderón the goodbye it deserves."
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When are the games?
First leg, Santiago Bernabéu: Tuesday 2 May
Second leg, Vicente Calderón: Wednesday 10 May
Head-to-head record in Europe
Madrid: W4 F10
Atlético: W1 F5
Previous meetings (all European Cup)
2015/16 F: Madrid 1-1 Atlético (Madrid win 5-3 on pens)
2014/15 QF: Atlético 0-0 Madrid, Madrid 1-0 Atlético (agg: 1-0 to Madrid)
2013/14 F: Madrid 4-1 Atlético (aet)
1958/59 SF: Madrid 2-1 Atlético, Atlético 1-0 Madrid (Madrid win replay 2-1)
Did you know?
• Madrid are unbeaten in their last seven games against Spanish clubs in Europe, since this defeat by Barcelona
• This is Madrid's seventh successive UEFA Champions League semi-final
• Atlético are unbeaten in the home legs of all five of their European Cup semi-finals (W4 D1)
• The second leg will be the last-ever European game at the Vicente Calderón
• This season in the Spanish Liga: Atlético 0-3 Madrid, Madrid 1-1 Atlético
Emilio Butragueño, former Real Madrid forward and current director
We know each other well. We're happy to be just one step away from the final but it's the most difficult one of all. Atlético are in good form and so are we. There are three Liga matches until we play the first European game and both sides will go into it well. It's going to be intense.
Clemente Villaverde, former Atlético defender and current director
It's great to be in a third semi-final in four years. We're proud to represent Atlético. They will be two difficult games for us. Our fans and players have lived through two lost finals and know what it means and takes to get there – a lot of work. Hopefully we can give the Vicente Calderón the goodbye it deserves.