Atlético commence their Copa del Rey title defence this Saturday, with Barcelona-based outfit Sant Andreu the host for the incumbent champions’ opening game. Kick off is scheduled for 16:00 GMT.
After a long, midweek trip to Zenit, Atlético once again travel east to meet an opponent. This time, their destination is a little closer to home: Elche. Kick-off at the Estadio Martínez Valero is set for 16:00 CET this Saturday.
After the welcome respite of an international break, Atlético resume their season with a derby at home against sixth-placed Getafe, another team enjoying a fine start to their current campaign. Kick-off at the Vicente Calderón is scheduled for 22:00 CET on Saturday.
Atlético could seal qualification for the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League when they receive Austria Wien tomorrow. Kick-off at the Vicente Calderón is scheduled for 20:45 CET on Wednesday. A victory would place the leaders of Group G beyond the reach of the Austrians, as well as one of Zenit and Porto — perhaps even
After nabbing three points on the road midweek, Atlético receive Athletic, as they seek to keep the pressure on leaders Barcelona. Kick-off at the Vicente Calderón is set for 17:00 CET on Sunday. Though Atlético weren’t at their best by any measure, they delivered a spirited performance to win at Granada on Wednesday. Two penalties,
Back from a productive midweek trip to Austria Wien, Atlético welcome Betis, as they look to keep pace with their rivals in La Liga. Kick-off at the Vicente Calderón is set for 21:00 CET*, on Sunday. Last week, the Colchoneros saw their historic winning streak come to an end with a narrow defeat away to
Atlético journey east to face Espanyol on Saturday, with kick-off at the Cornellà-El Prat set for 22:00 CET. The Rojiblancos are currently enjoying their best ever start to a season. They’ve won all of their eight matches in La Liga and they only trail leaders Barcelona on account of an inferior goal difference. Though his
Before yet another international break starts, Atlético receive struggling Celta on the eighth match day of La Liga. Kick-off at the Vicente Calderón is set for 12:00 CET on Sunday.
No time to linger over the sweet taste of another derby victory. Only three days after conquering Real Madrid at the Bernabéu, Atlético travel to Portugal to face F.C. Porto on the second match day of the Champions League group stage.
When Atlético defeated Real Madrid to claim the Copa del Rey last May, they ended a barren fourteen-year, twenty-five game spell without victory against their rivals. They will certainly be looking to make it two-for-two at the Bernabeu on Satuday night at 22:00 CET.