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Club Atlético de Madrid

Club Atlético de Madrid
Atlético celebrate winning their first European silverware in 48 years ©Getty Images

Club Atlético de Madrid

Formed: 1903

Nicknames: Los Colchoneros (The Mattress Makers), Los Rojiblancos (The Red and Whites)

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• European Champion Clubs' Cup: (1974)
• UEFA Europa League: 2010
• UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1962; (1963), (1986)
• UEFA Intertoto Cup: 2007; (2004)

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• League title: 9 (1996)
• Spanish Cup: 9 (1996)

History
• Athletic Club de Madrid were founded by a group of Madrid-based Basque students. The new side donned the same blue-and-white kit as their hometown Athletic Club Bilbao did, but were forbidden from playing in it so in 1911 they adopted red-and-white stripes. In 1923 they moved into the Estadio Metropolitano.

• Los Rojiblancos were invited to join the inaugural Liga in 1928, finishing sixth. The post-Spanish Civil War economic downturn prompted an amalgamation with Zaragoza's Aviación Nacional, hence the 1939 inception of Athletic Aviación Club. Successive league titles arrived in 1940 and 1941 before the name Club Atlético de Madrid was assumed in 1947, before back-to-back Liga crowns in 1950 and 1951.

• Defeated by Real Madrid CF in the European Champion Clubs' Cup semi-finals, Los Colchoneros took revenge with consecutive Copa del Rey final victories over their city rivals in 1960 and 1961. The latter booked Atlético a place in the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, which they won by beating ACF Fiorentina in the final before missing out to Tottenham Hotspur FC in the following year's showpiece.

• They returned to the European Champion Clubs' Cup in 1973, reaching the final only to lose the replay 4-0 to FC Bayern Münich after Luis Aragonés's extra-time opener had been cancelled out in the last minute two days earlier. With Bayern opting out of the following season's European/South American Cup, Atlético stepped in and defeated CA Independiente to become champions.

• Further Copa del Rey triumphs followed (1976, 1985, 1991, 1992), as well as a 1986 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup final loss to FC Dynamo Kyiv, but 1995/96 eclipsed it all as Radomir Antić's side completed a league and cup double. Just four years later, they were relegated. Aragonés guided them back to the top flight in 2002 and in 2010 their 48-year wait for contintal silverware was over as two Diego Forlán goals earned an extra-time victory against Fulham FC in the inaugural UEFA Europa League.

Club records
Most appearances: Adelardo Rodríguez (548)
Most goals: Adrián Escudero (170)
Record victory: Atlético 9-0 UD Las Palmas (Liga, 20 October 1957)
Record defeat: RC Celta de Vigo 8-1 Atlético (Liga, 5 December 1954)

* Last updated on 7 July 2010

Last updated: 20/08/11 15.33CET

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Matches

HomeAway
The home team is listed first.Last updated: 30/04/2016 02:00 CET
AtléticoAtlético1-0Las PalmasLas Palmas
SevillaSevilla0-3AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético1-2BarcelonaBarcelona
GalatasarayGalatasaray0-2AtléticoAtlético
EibarEibar0-2AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético2-0GetafeGetafe
VillarrealVillarreal1-0AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético1-2BenficaBenfica
AtléticoAtlético1-1Real MadridReal Madrid
Real SociedadReal Sociedad0-2AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético4-0AstanaAstana
AtléticoAtlético2-1ValenciaValencia
DeportivoDeportivo1-1AtléticoAtlético
AstanaAstana0-0AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético1-0Sporting GijónSporting Gijón
BetisBetis0-1AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético2-0GalatasarayGalatasaray
AtléticoAtlético1-0EspanyolEspanyol
ReusReus1-2AtléticoAtlético
GranadaGranada0-2AtléticoAtlético
BenficaBenfica1-2AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético2-1AthleticAthletic
AtléticoAtlético1-0ReusReus
MálagaMálaga1-0AtléticoAtlético
Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano0-2AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético1-0LevanteLevante
Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano1-1AtléticoAtlético
CeltaCelta0-2AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético3-0Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano
Las PalmasLas Palmas0-3AtléticoAtlético
CeltaCelta0-0AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético0-0SevillaSevilla
AtléticoAtlético2-3CeltaCelta
BarcelonaBarcelona2-1AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético3-1EibarEibar
GetafeGetafe0-1AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético0-0VillarrealVillarreal
PSVPSV0-0AtléticoAtlético
Real MadridReal Madrid0-1AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético3-0Real SociedadReal Sociedad
ValenciaValencia1-3AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético3-0DeportivoDeportivo
AtléticoAtlético0-0
(8-7(p))
PSVPSV
Sporting GijónSporting Gijón2-1AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético5-1BetisBetis
BarcelonaBarcelona2-1AtléticoAtlético
EspanyolEspanyol1-3AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético2-0BarcelonaBarcelona
AtléticoAtlético3-0GranadaGranada
AthleticAthletic0-1AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético1-0MálagaMálaga
AtléticoAtlético1-0BayernBayern
AtléticoAtlético18:15Rayo VallecanoRayo Vallecano
BayernBayern20:45AtléticoAtlético
LevanteLevante17:00AtléticoAtlético
AtléticoAtlético17:00CeltaCelta

Trophy cabinet

Club record in UEFA competitions

  • Biggest win:
    17/09/1958, Atlético 8-0 Dublin City, Madrid
  • Biggest defeat:
    15/05/1963, Tottenham 5-1 Atlético, Rotterdam
  • Appearances in UEFA Champions League:  10
  • Appearances in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup:  9
  • Appearances in EUSA Cup:  1
  • Appearances in UEFA Super Cup:  2
  • Appearances in UEFA Europa League:  19
  • Appearances in UEFA Intertoto Cup:  2
  • Player with most UEFA appearances: 58
    Raúl García (  ESP)
  • Top scorers in UEFA club competitions: 20
    Sergio Agüero (  ARG)