Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid 2020 Schedule, Fixtures & Squad

Atletico Madrid

Full name: Club Atlético de Madrid
Nickname(s): Los Colchoneros (The Mattress Makers), Los Rojiblancos (The Red and Whites), Los Indios (The Indians)
Short name: ATM
Founded: 26 April 1903
Home Ground: Metropolitano Stadium
Capacity: 68,456
Owner: Miguel Ángel Gil Marín, Idan Ofer & Enrique Cerezo
President: Enrique Cerezo
Head coach: Diego Simeone
League: La Liga

Atlético de Madrid is the Spanish Football Club (nickname: Los Colchoneros) that is based in Madrid. Mostly they have been playing in La Liga competions. Its home ground is Metropolitano Stadium with 68,456 capacity.

After the clubs like Real Madrid & Barcelona, Atletico Madrid is the most successful club in the Spanish football club. The club is established in 1903 and Miguel Ángel Gil Marín (51%), Idan Ofer (30%), Enrique Cerezo (19%) are the owner of this football club. Right now, Enrique Cerezo is the president and Diego Simeone (former Argentine Midfielder) is working as the head coach of that club.

Over the period, Atlético de Madrid has become so popular club all over the world. They have achieved huge fans and followers. Moreover, they have some honors and titles from various competitions such as 10 times winners of La Liga, 10 times titled in Copa del Rey, 1-time winners of UEFA Europa League. Additionally, they have also titled 3 times in UEFA Super Cup, 1 time titled in European Cup Winners’ Cup. But they didn’t win the UEFA Champions League.

Atletico Madrid 2020 Schedule & Fixtures

Here is the Atletico Madrid 2020 Schedule, Fixtures & Calendar of participating matches. We are committed to updating upcoming matches information.

Atletico Madrid 2020 Squad & Team Profile

Atletico Madrid Squad
Atletico Madrid Squad | Image Source: Wikipedia
Goal KeepersJan Oblak (vice-captain), Antonio Adán.
DefendersJosé Giménez (3rd captain), Santiago Arias, Renan Lodi, Stefan Savić, Felipe, Mario Hermoso, Kieran Trippier, Šime Vrsaljko.
MidfieldersKoke (captain), Thomas Partey, Saúl, Thomas Lemar, Marcos Llorente, Héctor Herrera, Vitolo, Yannick Carrasco.
ForwardsJoão Félix, Álvaro Morata, Ángel Correa, Ivan Šaponjić, Diego Costa.