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Club Atlético de Madrid, betri kent sum Atlético Madrid, Atlético de Madrid ella bara Atlético, er eitt spanskt fótbóltsfelag úr Madrid, sum spælir í La Liga.[3] Atlético hevur vunnið La Liga tíggju ferðir, har ímillum í 1996, tá teir eisini vunnu steypakappingina; Copa del Rey tíggju ferðir; 1 Supercopa de España og 3 Copa Eva Duarte; í Evropa hava teir vunnið European Cup Winners' Cup í 1962, teir gjørdist nummar tvey í European Cup í 1974,[4] vunnu Europa League í 2010 og í 2012, og vunnu UEFA Super Cup í 2010 og 2012, umframt tað vunnu teir Intercontinental Cup 1974.

Atlético Madrid
Fult navn Club Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D.
Kelinavn
  • Los Colchoneros (The Mattressers)
  • Los Rojiblancos (Teir Reyðu-og-Hvítu)
  • Atleti
Stovnað 26 apríl 1903; 116 ár síðan (1903-04-26) sum Athletic Club de Madrid
Vøllur Vicente Calderón Stadion
Ground Kapasitetur 54.960[1]
Eigari Miguel Ángel Gil Marín (52%)
Enrique Cerezo (20%)
Wang Jianlin (Wanda Group) (20%)[2]
Forseti Enrique Cerezo
Venjari Diego Simeone
Deild La Liga
2018–19 2.
Heimasíða Heimasíða
Atlético Madrid spælir her móti Real Madrid í 2010. Atlético Madrid spælir í reyðum og hvítum strípum.

Felagið spælir heimadystirnir á Vicente Calderón,[5] sum í løtuni rúmar 54,960 áskoðarum. Í 2015 skal Atletico flyta til nýggja heimavøll teirra, sum er Estadio La Peineta, og fer at rúma 70.000 áskoðarum.

Atletico Madrid var stovnað 26. apríl 1903 sum Athletic Club de Madrid [6] av trimum baskiskum lesandi, sum búðu í Madrid. Teir sóu hetta nýggja felagið sum eina ungdómsgrein hjá barndómsfelag teirra Athletic Bilbao.

Innihaldsyvirlit

StarvsfólkRætta

VenjararRætta

Hesir venjararnir vunnu í minsta lagi eitt steyp, meðan teir høvdu ábyrgdina av Atlético Madrid:

Navn Tíðarskeið Steyp
  Ricardo Zamora 1939–46 2 La Liga, Supercopa de España
  Emilio Vidal 1946–48 Copa Presidente FEF
    Helenio Herrera 1949–53 2 La Liga, Supercopa de España
  José Villalonga 1960–62 2 Copa del Rey, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
  Otto Bumbel 1964–65 1 Copa del Rey
  Domènec Balmanya 1965–66 La Liga
  Marcel Domingo 1969–72, 1979–80 La Liga
  Max Merkel 1971–73 La Liga, Copa del Rey
  Luis Aragonés 1974–80, 1982–87, 1991–93, 2001–03 Intercontinental Cup, La Liga, 3 Copas del Rey,
Supercopa de España, Iberian Cup, Segunda División
  Tomislav Ivić 1990–91 Copa del Rey
  Santos Ovejero 1992–93, 1994–95 Copa del Rey
  Radomir Antić 1995–98 La Liga, Copa del Rey
  Javier Aguirre 2006–09 UEFA Intertoto Cup
  Quique Flores 2009–2011 UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup
  Diego Simeone 2011– UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup, Copa del Rey, La Liga,
Supercopa de España

FormennRætta

  • 1. Enrique Allende (1903)
  • 2. Eduardo de Acha (1903–07)
  • 3. Ricardo de Gondra (1907–09)
  • 4. Ramón de Cárdenas (1909–12)
  • 5. Julián Ruete (1912–19)
  • 6. Álvaro de Aguilar (1919–20)
  • 7. Julián Ruete (1920–23)
  • 8. Juan de Estefanía (1923–26)
  • 9. Luciano Urquijo (1926–31)
  • 10. Rafael González (1931–35)
  • 11. José L. del Valle (1935–36)
  • 12. José María Fernández (1936–39)
  • 13. Francisco Vives (1939)
  • 14. Luis Navarro (1939–41)
  • 15. Manuel Gallego (1941–45)
  • 16. Juan Touzón (1946–47)
  • 17. Cesáreo Galindez (1947–52)
  • 18. Marqués de la Florida (1952–55)
  • 19. Juan Suevos (1955)
  • 20. Javier Barroso (1963–64)

Núverandi nevndRætta

  • Forseti: Enrique Cerezo Torres.

HeiðurRætta

Heimligar kappingarRætta

Kappingar í EvropaRætta

Alheims kappingarRætta

Regionalar kappingarRætta

AnnaðRætta

Kendir fyrrverandi leikararRætta

KeldurRætta

  1. http://www.uefa.com/MultimediaFiles/Download/StatDoc/competitions/UEFACup/01/67/59/06/1675906_DOWNLOAD.pdf
  2. "Wanda Group is now the owner of 20% of the Club's shareholding". clubatleticodemadrid.com. Atlético de Madrid. March 31, 2015. http://en.clubatleticodemadrid.com/noticias/wanda-group-is-now-the-owner-of-20-of-the-club-s-shareholding. Heintað November 7, 2015. 
  3. ":: Tienda Club Atlético de Madrid::" (in Spanish). Atlético Madrid. Archived from the original on 13 December 2010. http://web.archive.org/web/20101213165704/http://clubatleticodemadrid.com/tienda/es/home.asp. Heintað 20 November 2010. 
  4. "1973/74: Müller ends Bayern wait". UEFA. Archived from the original on 11 October 2010. http://web.archive.org/web/20101011155417/http://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/history/season=1973/index.html. Heintað 7 November 2010. 
  5. "Estadio Vicente Calderón". The Stadium Guide. Archived from the original on 22 November 2010. http://web.archive.org/web/20101122024044/http://www.stadiumguide.com/vicentecalderon.htm. Heintað 20 November 2010. 
  6. Fifa.com
  7. [1] AS Sport newspaper
  8. es:Copa de Campeones de España. "The first Supercopa de España". See: es:Precedentes de la Supercopa de España de fútbol.
  9. The Copa Eva Duarte was only recognized and organized with that name by the RFEF from 1947 until 1953, and therefore Atlético Madrid's "Copa de Campeones" win of 1940 is not included in this count.
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