Here is the Club Atlético de Madrid official calendar. The table below includes all the matches the team will play during the season. Not only La Liga but all the competitions in which Atlético de Madrid are involved are detailed.
When Atlético plays home, the matches take place at its stadium, the Wanda Metropolitano.
The Spanish football season goes from August to May, and La Liga is the main competition. The city has two teams, Real Madrid FC and Club Atlético de Madrid, and each of them plays home alternatively every week. So you can be sure that there is a football match at least once a week, or more if other competitions apart from La Liga are going on as well.
With so many chances, you should not miss the opportunity to go to a soccer match in Madrid. You won’t regret it.
In Spain, football is alive and the players’ level is fantastic. The national team have been nothing short of amazing for the last 6 years. As a matter of fact the team has won two UEFA Euro cups (2008 and 2012) and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Apart from the Selección, the Spanish League is extremely popular. With Real Madrid and FC Barcelona being the two most successful clubs of the world, attending a La Liga match is an incredibly exciting experience.
If you are interested in attending a football match in Madrid, have a look at the following guide. It includes all the information and tips you need to purchase your tickets online and get the seats you want.
This is the 2018-2019 season official calendar up to date including the dates in which Atlético will play in Madrid. The information will be updated according to the club’s performance on each of the competitions it participates in to.
Please note that the dates (especially for Liga matches) are not definitive.
Matches can take place on a Saturday, Sunday or Monday. On special occasions (National Team match, other competitions or calendar reasons) matches can take place on a weekday.
|International Champions Cup||August, 11th||Club Atlético de Madrid – FC Internazionale Milano|
|La Liga Matchday 2||August, 25th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Rayo Vallecano|
|La Liga Matchday 4||September, 15th||Club Atlético de Madrid – SD Eibar|
|La Liga Matchday 6||September, 25th||Club Atlético de Madrid – SD Huesca|
|La Liga Matchday 7||September, 29th||Real Madrid FC – Club Atlético de Madrid (the match will take place at Real Madrid’s stadium)|
|Champions League Matchday 2||October, 3rd||Club Atlético de Madrid – Club Brugge KV|
|La Liga Matchday 8||October, 7th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Real Betis|
|La Liga Matchday 10||October, 27th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Real Sociedad de Fútbol|
|Champions League Matchday 4||November, 6th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Borussia Dortmund|
|La Liga Matchday 12||November, 11th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Athletic Club|
|La Liga Matchday 13||November, 24th||Club Atlético de Madrid – FC Barcelona|
|Champions League Matchday 5||November, 28th||Club Atlético de Madrid – AS Monaco FC|
|Copa del Rey Round of 32 (2nd leg)||December, 5th||Club Atlético de Madrid – UE Sant Andreu|
|La Liga Matchday 15||December, 8th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Deportivo Alavés|
|La Liga Matchday 17||December, 22nd||Club Atlético de Madrid – RCD Espanyol|
|La Liga Matchday 19||January, 12th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Levante UD|
|Copa del Rey Round of 16 (2nd leg)||January, 15th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Girona FC|
|La Liga Matchday 21||January, 26th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Getafe CF|
|La Liga Matchday 23||February, 9th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Real Madrid CF|
|Champions League Round of 16 (1st leg)||February, 20th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Juventus FC|
|La Liga Matchday 25||February, 23rd||Club Atlético de Madrid – Villarreal CF|
|La Liga Matchday 27||March, 9th||Club Atlético de Madrid – CD Leganés|
|La Liga Matchday 30||April, 2nd||Club Atlético de Madrid – Girona CF|
|La Liga Matchday 32||April, 14th||Club Atlético de Madrid – RC Celta de Vigo|
|La Liga Matchday 34||April, 27th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Valencia CF|
|La Liga Matchday 35||May, 4th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Real Valladolid FC|
|La Liga Matchday 37||May, 18th||Club Atlético de Madrid – Sevilla FC|
Some of the most exciting football has been taking place at the Vicente Calderón stadium, where Atlético gather thousands of supporters all chanting simultaneously.
Attending a match of La Liga, the most important soccer competition of the world is a once in a lifetime experience.
Are you really going to miss it?
Club Atlético de Madrid plays its home matches at his stadium called Wanda Metropolitano. Just click on the link in this section to read all the information you need to know about the stadium and how to get there.
Atlético de Madrid has won many titles throughout its history. In terms of UEFA competition titles won, Atlético Madrid is Spain’s 3rd most successful club behind Real Madrid and Barcelona. In terms of the number of titles, Atlético Madrid is the 4th most successful club in Spanish football, behind Real Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao.
The club have had its ups and downs. The early 2000s was a particularly complicated era for the club because of management problems and its relegation to second division. Atlético spent two seasons in the Segunda División, narrowly missing out on promotion in 2001 before winning the Segunda División championship in 2002. Nowadays, it’s one of the best clubs playing the Spanish League.
Spanish League: 1939–40, 1940–41, 1949–50, 1950–51, 1965–66, 1969–70, 1972–73, 1976–77, 1995–96, 2013–14
Second Division: 2001-02
Copa del Rey: 1959–60, 1960–61, 1964–65, 1971–72, 1975–76, 1984–85, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1995–96, 2012–13
Supercopa de España: 1940, 1941, 1951, 1985, 2014
European Cup Winners’ Cup: 1961-62
UEFA Europa League: 2009–10, 2011–12, 2017-18
UEFA Super Cup: 2010, 2012
Intercontinental Cup: 1974