Atletico Madrid’s supposed 17/18 season kits have leaked, but we at AtléticoFans.com still want to address Antoine Griezmann’s recent comments (or backtracking) and his new deal that extended from 2021 to 2022.
I’ve known that I would be writing this match pre-view for some months now. I’ve been dreading it in all honesty.
How can my humble words sum up sufficiently what the next game will mean to AtléticoFans around the world who have sung, danced, cheered, sweated and – yes this too – cried on the shores of the river?
Due to the recent rumors about leaving the team, Kevin Gameiro made his statement coming out on an Instagram post: ‘I will defend these colours’. As the last match at the Calderón approaches and signing season is around the corner, naturally various false statements about different Rojiblancos leaving are running already. These certainly are not
Carlo Valladares insists that it is about revenge and he wants Atletico Madrid fans to embrace this European matchup for a fourth consecutive time.
Diego Simeone, the Argentine gaffer who has brought titles, hope, and who has broken LaLiga’s duopoly since being appointed in 2011, said the following after their 1-1 draw against Leicester.
The last Liga matches at the Calderón are arriving and Atlético look forward to keep their place on the table facing Espanyol at their home. The team will try to regain their spot after Sevilla caught up with a win. Kick off at Power8 Stadium is set for 20:45 CET. Cholo’s mens’ success at the
Atlético will face Leicester City for the second leg of the Champions League Quarter Finals at the King’s Power Stadium, having an advantage of 1-0 over the English club. Kick off at Leicester is set for 20:45 CET. The team flew to Leicester on Monday morning to begin training at King’s Power’s pitch. Moyá and
Atlético prepares for the first leg of the Champions League Quarter Finals at the Vicente Calderón. Leicester City praised the club and admitted Atleti will be the toughest and biggest European rival they will face so far. Kick off at Calderón is set for 20:45 CET. A draw at home against Leverkusen, almost a month
Atlético Madrid are now in to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals after winning 4-2 on aggregate over Bayer Leverkusen in the Round of 16.
The second-leg finished in a 0-0 draw and now Diego Simeone’s men have put themselves in prime position to challenge further on the European front with their domestic campaign aspirations all but lost.
Cholo’s men started preparing for their Second Leg of the Champions League’s last 16 earlier this week. They will receive Bayer Leverkusen at Calderón after traveling to their home BayArena exactly three weeks ago. Kickoff at Calderón is set for 20:45 CET. If we review what happened in Germany, goals from Saúl and Griezmann gave
After a good win over Valencia last Sunday, Simeone leads Atlético to face Granada CF, a team that seams stronger when they play at their own stadium. Kick off at Nuevo Los Cármenes is set for 20:25 CET. Concerns come from both Simeone and the fans when we realize the number of players Atleti has