أتلتيكو مدريد

(تم التحويل من Atlético Madrid)
Atlético de Madrid
Atletico Madrid 2017 logo.svg
الاسم الكاملClub Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D.
الاسم القصيرATM
تأسس26 أبريل 1903; منذ 117 سنة (1903-04-26 as Athletic Club Sucursal de Madrid
الملعبWanda Metropolitano
سعةالملعب68,456[1]
PresidentEnrique Cerezo
Head coachDiego Simeone
PresidentEnrique Cerezo
Head coachDiego Simeone
الدوريLa Liga
2019–20La Liga, 3rd of 20
الموقع الإلكترونيClub website
ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
Home colours
ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
Away colours
ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
Third colours
Current season

قالب:Atlético Madrid sections نادي أتلتيكو مدريد (Club Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D. ؛ (النطق الإسپاني: [ˈkluβ aˈtletiko ðe maˈðɾið]؛ ويعني "نادي مدريد الرياضي") هو نادي كرة قدم من مدينة مدريد بإسبانيا. تأسس في 26 أبريل، 1903. يلعب حالياً في الدوري الإسباني الدرجة الأولى.

In terms of league titles won, Atlético Madrid are the third most successful club in Spanish football – behind Real Madrid and Barcelona. Atlético have won La Liga on 10 occasions, including a league and cup double in 1996; the Copa del Rey on 10 occasions; two Supercopas de España, one Copa Presidente FEF and one Copa Eva Duarte; in Europe, they won the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1962, were runners-up in 1963 and 1986, were UEFA Champions League runners-up in 1974, 2014 and 2016,[2] won the Europa League in 2010, 2012 and 2018, and won the UEFA Super Cup in 2010, 2012 and 2018 as well as the 1974 Intercontinental Cup.

Atlético's home kit is red and white vertical striped shirts, blue shorts, and blue and red socks. This combination has been used since 1911. Throughout their history the club has been known by a number of nicknames, including Los Colchoneros ("The Mattress Makers"), due to their first team stripes being the same colours as traditional mattresses. During the 1970s, they became known as Los Indios, which some attribute to the club's signing several South American players after the restrictions on signing foreign players were lifted. However, there are a number of alternative theories which claim they were named so because their stadium was "camped" on the river bank, or because Los Indios (The Indians) were the traditional enemy of Los Blancos (The Whites), which is the nickname of the club's city rivals, Real Madrid.[3] Felipe VI, the king of Spain, has been the honorary president of the club since 2003.

The club co-owned the Indian Super League (ISL) franchise in Kolkata, formerly named Atlético de Kolkata, which won the competition twice, but in 2017 Atlético decided to end its franchise partnership with the ISL club due to broken commitments.[4] Atlético also co-owns Liga MX club Atlético San Luis, and the Canadian Premier League side Atlético Ottawa.[5]

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تاريخ

Enrique Allende, first President of the club after its establishment in 1903

قام ثلاثة طلبة باسكيين بتأسيس النادي عام 1903، وهم غورتازار، أزتورتشا، وأبدون. وكان اسم النادي Athletic Club de Madrid (نادي مدريد الرياضي). كان جزء من أتلتيك بيلباو. في عام 1904 انظم مؤسسو النادي للأعضاء المعارضين لنادي مدريد لكرة القدم. بدأ الفريق باللعب بالزي الأزرق والأبيض، كما كان نادي أتلتيك بيلباو، ولكن في عام 1911 أصبح الفريق يلعب بنفس الزي الحالي له. استقل الفريق عن أتلتيك بيلباو في عام 1923، وتم بناء ملعب خاص بالنادي. كان الفريق من أوائل من لعب بالدوري الإسباني. في 1939 دمج النادي مع أفياسيون ناسيونال من سرقسطة وتم تغيير اسم النادي إلى أتلتيك أفياسيون مدريد. تأسس أفياسيون ناسيونال في 1939 بواسطة القوة الجوية الإسبانية. في 1947 تم تغيير اسم النادي إلى مسماه الحالي وهو أتلتيكو مدريد.

يعد أتلتيكو مدريد ثالث أنجح فريق إسباني بعد ريال مدريد ونادي برشلونة.


League record

Season to season

Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1928–29 1 6th Quarter-finals
1929–30 1 10th Round of 32
1930–31 2 3rd Round of 32
1931–32 2 3rd Round of 16
1932–33 2 2nd Round of 16
1933–34 2 2nd Round of 32
1934–35 1 7th Quarter-finals
1935–36 1 11th Round of 32
1939–40 1 1st Round of 16
1940–41 1 1st Quarter-finals
1941–42 1 3rd Quarter-finals
1942–43 1 8th Quarter-finals
1943–44 1 2nd Semi-finals
1944–45 1 3rd Quarter-finals
1945–46 1 7th Quarter-finals
1946–47 1 3rd Round of 16
1947–48 1 3rd Quarter-finals
1948–49 1 4th Quarter-finals
1949–50 1 1st Quarter-finals
1950–51 1 1st Quarter-finals
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1951–52 1 4th Round of 16
1952–53 1 8th Semi-finals
1953–54 1 11th Round of 16
1954–55 1 8th Round of 16
1955–56 1 5th Runner-up
1956–57 1 5th Round of 16
1957–58 1 2nd Round of 16
1958–59 1 5th Quarter-finals
1959–60 1 5th Winner
1960–61 1 2nd Winner
1961–62 1 3rd Round of 32
1962–63 1 2nd Quarter-finals
1963–64 1 7th Runner-up
1964–65 1 2nd Winner
1965–66 1 1st Quarter-finals
1966–67 1 4th Quarter-finals
1967–68 1 6th Semi-finals
1968–69 1 6th Quarter-finals
1969–70 1 1st Did not play
1970–71 1 3rd Semi-finals
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1971–72 1 4th Winner
1972–73 1 1st Round of 32
1973–74 1 2nd Semi-finals
1974–75 1 6th Runner-up
1975–76 1 3rd Winner
1976–77 1 1st Round of 16
1977–78 1 6th Quarter-finals
1978–79 1 3rd Round of 64
1979–80 1 13th Semi-finals
1980–81 1 3rd Round of 16
1981–82 1 8th Quarter-finals
1982–83 1 3rd Round of 64
1983–84 1 4th Round of 16
1984–85 1 2nd Winner
1985–86 1 5th Quarter-finals
1986–87 1 7th Runner-up
1987–88 1 3rd Quarter-finals
1988–89 1 4th Semi-finals
1989–90 1 4th Round of 16
1990–91 1 2nd Winner
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1991–92 1 3rd Winner
1992–93 1 6th Round of 16
1993–94 1 12th Round of 16
1994–95 1 14th Quarter-finals
1995–96 1 1st Winner
1996–97 1 5th Quarter-finals
1997–98 1 7th Round of 16
1998–99 1 13th Runner-up
1999–00 1 19th Runner-up
2000–01 2 4th Semi-finals
2001–02 2 1st Round of 64
2002–03 1 12th Quarter-finals
2003–04 1 7th Quarter-finals
2004–05 1 11th Semi-finals
2005–06 1 10th Round of 16
2006–07 1 7th Round of 16
2007–08 1 4th Quarter-finals
2008–09 1 4th Round of 16
2009–10 1 9th Runner-up
2010–11 1 7th Quarter-finals
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
2011–12 1 5th Round of 32
2012–13 1 3rd Winner
2013–14 1 1st Semi-finals
2014–15 1 3rd Quarter-finals
2015–16 1 3rd Quarter-finals
2016–17 1 3rd Semi-finals
2017–18 1 2nd Quarter-finals
2018–19 1 2nd Round of 16
2019–20 1 3rd Round of 32
2020–21 1 Round of 64


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Honours

Celebrations of Atlético Madrid after winning the 2013–14 La Liga title
Trophies cabinet

سجل بطولات الفريق

1939-40، 1940-41، 1949-50، 1950-51، 1965-66، 1969-70، 1972-73، 1976-77، 1995-96.
1960، 1961، 1965، 1972، 1976، 1985، 1991، 1992، 1996.


Domestic competitions

Winners (10): 1939–40, 1940–41, 1949–50, 1950–51, 1965–66, 1969–70, 1972–73, 1976–77, 1995–96, 2013–14[6]
Winners (1): 2001–02[6]
Winners (10): 1959–60, 1960–61, 1964–65, 1971–72, 1975–76, 1984–85, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1995–96, 2012–13[7]
Winners (2): 1985, 2014[8]
Winners (1): 1940–41
winners (1): 1947
Winners (1): 1951[أ][9]
  1. ^ أ ب ت Predecessor to Supercopa de España


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International competitions

Runners-up: 1973–74, 2013–14, 2015–16
Winners (1): 1961–62[10]
Winners (3): 2009–10, 2011–12, 2017–18[11]
Winners (3): 2010, 2012, 2018[12]
Winners (1): 1974

Awards & recognitions

International competition record

Atlético has played at the European stage regularly since its 1958–59 European Cup debut, subsequently entering the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1961–62), the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (1963–64), the UEFA Cup (1971–72) and the UEFA Super Cup (2009–10). Starting with the 1999–00 relegation Atlético did not qualify for European competitions for seven years, but from the 2007–08 season, it has taken part in either the Champions League or the UEFA Europa League every year, enjoying success in both competitions.

UEFA club coefficient ranking

في 18 September 2020 [17]
Rank Team Points
1 ألمانيا Bayern Munich 111.000
2 إسپانيا Barcelona 106.000
3 إسپانيا Real Madrid 105.000
4 إسپانيا Atlético Madrid 103.000
إيطاليا Juventus

Players

Current squad

في 22 January 2021.[18]
الرقم المركز اللاعب
1 كرواتيا GK Ivo Grbić
2 أوروگواي DF José Giménez (3rd captain)
4 جمهورية أفريقيا الوسطى MF Geoffrey Kondogbia
5 أوروگواي MF Lucas Torreira (on loan from Arsenal)
6 إسپانيا MF Koke (captain)
7 الپرتغال FW João Félix
8 إسپانيا MF Saúl
9 أوروگواي FW Luis Suárez
10 الأرجنتين FW Ángel Correa
11 فرنسا MF Thomas Lemar
12 البرازيل DF Renan Lodi
الرقم المركز اللاعب
13 سلوڤنيا GK Jan Oblak (vice-captain)
14 إسپانيا MF Marcos Llorente
15 الجبل الأسود DF Stefan Savić
16 المكسيك MF Héctor Herrera
18 البرازيل DF Felipe
19 فرنسا FW Moussa Dembélé (on loan from Lyon)
20 إسپانيا MF Vitolo
21 بلجيكا MF Yannick Carrasco

قالب:Fs Player

23 إنگلترة DF Kieran Trippier
24 كرواتيا DF Šime Vrsaljko

Reserve team

الرقم المركز اللاعب
27 إسپانيا FW Sergio Camello
28 إسپانيا DF Álvaro García
29 إسپانيا DF Ricard Sánchez
31 إسپانيا GK Miguel San Román
34 إسپانيا MF Toni Moya
الرقم المركز اللاعب
39 إسپانيا MF Josep Calavera
41 إسپانيا MF Óscar Castro
42 إسپانيا MF Mario Soriano
49 إسپانيا MF Adrián Corral

Out on loan

الرقم المركز اللاعب
الأرجنتين GK Axel Werner (at Atlético San Luis until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا GK Diego Conde (at Leganés until 30 June 2021)
كولومبيا DF Andrés Solano (at Barcelona B until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا DF Francisco Montero (at Beşiktaş until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا DF Manu Sánchez (at Osasuna until 30 June 2021)
الأرجنتين DF Nehuén Pérez (at Granada until 30 June 2021)
كولومبيا DF Santiago Arias (at Bayer Leverkusen until 30 June 2021)
أوروگواي MF Juan Manuel Sanabria (at Zaragoza until 30 June 2021)
الرقم المركز اللاعب
إسپانيا MF Rodrigo Riquelme (at Bournemouth until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا FW Álvaro Morata (at Juventus until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا FW Cedric Teguia (at Albacete until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا FW Darío Poveda (at Getafe until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا FW Germán Valera (at Tenerife until 30 June 2021)
صربيا FW Ivan Šaponjić (at Cádiz until 30 June 2021)
الأرجنتين FW Nicolás Ibáñez (at Atlético San Luis until 30 June 2021)
إسپانيا FW Víctor Mollejo (at Mallorca until 30 June 2021)

Staff

Technical staff

Diego Simeone, coach since 23 December 2011
Position Staff
Head coach الأرجنتين Diego Simeone
Assistant manager الأرجنتين Nelson Vivas
Goalkeeper coach الأرجنتين Pablo Vercellone
Fitness coach أوروگواي Oscar Ortega
Physiotherapists إسپانيا Iván Ortega
إسپانيا Jesús Vázquez
إسپانيا Esteban Arévalo
إسپانيا David Loras
إسپانيا Felipe Iglesias Arroyo
Rehabilitation physios إسپانيا Óscar Pitillas
إسپانيا Alfredo Jarodich
Technical assistant Team إسپانيا Carlos Menéndez
إسپانيا Daniel Castro
Team delegate إسپانيا Pedro Pablo Matesanz
Head of medical department إسپانيا José María Villalón
Club doctor إسپانيا Gorka de Abajo
Doctor إسپانيا Óscar Luis Celada
Technical team إسپانيا Cristian Bautista
بلغاريا Dimcho Pilichev
إسپانيا Fernando Sánchez Ramírez
إسپانيا Mario Serrano

Source: Atlético Madrid

Coaches

The following coaches won at least one trophy while in charge with club
Name Period Trophies
إسپانيا Ricardo Zamora 1939–46 2 La Liga, Supercopa de España
إسپانيا Emilio Vidal[es] 1946–48 Copa Presidente FEF[es]
الأرجنتين Helenio Herrera 1949–53 2 La Liga, Supercopa de España
إسپانيا José Villalonga 1960–62 2 Copa del Rey, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
البرازيل Otto Bumbel 1964–65 Copa del Rey
إسپانيا Domènec Balmanya 1965–66 La Liga
فرنسا Marcel Domingo 1969–72, 1979–80 La Liga
النمسا Max Merkel 1971–73 La Liga, Copa del Rey
إسپانيا Luis Aragonés 1974–80, 1982–87, 1991–93, 2001–03 Intercontinental Cup, La Liga, 3 Copas del Rey, Supercopa de España, Segunda División, Iberian Cup
يوغسلاڤيا Tomislav Ivić 1990–91 Copa del Rey
جمهورية يوغسلاڤيا الاتحادية Radomir Antić 1995–98 La Liga, Copa del Rey
إسپانيا Quique Sánchez Flores 2009–11 UEFA Europa League, UEFA Super Cup
الأرجنتين Diego Simeone 2011– 2 UEFA Europa League, 2 UEFA Super Cup, La Liga, Copa del Rey, Supercopa de España

Presidents

Enrique Cerezo, current president of Atlético
  • 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. Jesús Suevos (1955)
  • 20. Javier Barroso (1963–64)
  • 21. Vicente Calderón (1964–80)
  • 22. Ricardo Irezábal (1980)
  • 23. Alfonso Cabeza (1980–82)
  • 24. Antonio del Hoyo (1982)
  • 25. Agustín Cotorruelo (1982)
  • 26. Vicente Calderón (1982–87)
  • 27. Francisco Castedo (1987)
  • 28. Jesús Gil (1987–2003)
  • 29. Enrique Cerezo (2003–)

Current board

Recent seasons

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GF GA Pts Cup Europe Notes
2002–03 1D 11th 38 12 11 15 51 56 47 Quarter-final
2003–04 1D 7th 38 15 10 13 51 53 55 Quarter-final
2004–05 1D 11th 38 13 11 14 40 34 50 Semi-final Final UEFA Intertoto Cup
2005–06 1D 10th 38 13 13 12 45 37 52 Round of 16
2006–07 1D 7th 38 17 9 12 46 39 60 Round of 16
2007–08 1D 4th 38 19 7 12 66 47 64 Quarter-final UC Round of 32*
2008–09 1D 4th 38 20 7 11 80 57 67 Round of 16 UCL Round of 16 Forlán won the Pichichi and Golden Shoe with 32 goals.
2009–10 1D 9th 38 13 8 17 57 61 47 Final UEL Winner UCL – Out in Group stage
2010–11 1D 7th 38 17 7 14 62 53 58 Quarter-final UEL Group stage Win UEFA Super Cup
2011–12 1D 5th 38 15 11 12 53 46 56 Round of 32 UEL Winner 12 wins in a row in European competitions
2012–13 1D 3rd 38 23 7 8 65 31 76 Winner UEL Round of 32 Win UEFA Super Cup
2013–14 1D 1st 38 28 6 4 76 25 90 Semi-final UCL Final Final Supercopa
2014–15 1D 3rd 38 23 9 6 67 29 78 Quarter-final UCL Quarter-final Win Supercopa
2015–16 1D 3rd 38 28 4 6 63 18 88 Quarter-final UCL Final
2016–17 1D 3rd 38 23 9 6 70 27 78 Semi-final UCL Semi-final
2017–18 1D 2nd 38 23 10 5 58 22 79 Quarter-final UEL Winner UCL – Out in Group stage
2018–19 1D 2nd 38 22 10 6 55 29 76 Round of 16 UCL Round of 16 Win UEFA Super Cup
2019–20 1D 3rd 38 18 16 4 51 27 70 Round of 32 UCL Quarter-final Final Supercopa

Note: Atlético reached the 2007–08 UEFA Cup Round of 32 as qualified from the UEFA Intertoto Cup.

Kit suppliers and shirt sponsors

Atlético players with kits stating "Azerbaijan Land of Fire"
Atlético de Madrid's bus, decorated with red and white colours
Period Kit manufacturer Shirt Sponsors
1980–1986 Meyba None
1986–1989 Puma None
1989–1990 Mita
1990–1993 Marbella*
1993–1994 Antena 3
1994–1996 Marbella*
1996–1997 Bandai/Tamagotchi
1997–1998 Marbella*
1998–1999 Reebok
1999–2000 None
2000–2001 Idea
2001–2002 Nike
2002–2003 Century
2003–2005 Columbia Pictures**
2005–2011 KIA
March–May 2012 Rixos Hotels (Liga only, except v. R. Madrid)
May–December 2012 Huawei
2012–2014 Azerbaijan Land of Fire
2014–2015 Baku 2015
2015–2018 Plus500
2018–2019 Hyundai[20]
2019– Ria Money Transfer

Supporters

Celebrities Joaquín Sabina, Belén Esteban, Birgitte V. Gade, Leiva, Álvaro Bautista, Dani Martin, Ana Rosa Quintana, Javier Bardem, Sara Carbonero, Pablo Iglesias Turrión, El Langui, Pedro Sánchez, Luis de Guindos, Rosendo Mercado, José Tomás, Cayetano Martínez de Irujo, David Muñoz, Will Smith, Harrison Ford, Halle Berry, Tom Cruise, Matt Damon, Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron and Karl-Anthony Towns are all fans of the club.[21][22] Atlético is also supported by King Felipe VI, who became Honorary President of the club in 2003.[23]

Notable players

Adelardo holds the club's official appearance record, wearing the Atlético shirt in 551 matches from 1959 to 1976, while Adrián Escudero has the record for most goals in La Liga with 150. João Félix is the club's most expensive signing at €126 million and at €120 million, Antoine Griezmann is the club's biggest sale.

See also

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