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Atletico Madrid 2018 Shirts



Atletico play their home games in a strip comprising red and white striped shirts they originally played in blue and white, but changed to the new strip around 1911. Club Atletico de Madrid is the arch-rival of near neighbours Real Madrid Club de Futbol and also Futbol Club Barcelona with all of three of them currently competing in the Primera Division of Spain.

Club Atletico de Madrid were founded on April 26, 1903, they have had several names during their life, having started as an affiliated club of Athletic Bilbao. Atletico Madrid play their home games in the 57,000 capacity Vicente Caldern Stadium, Paseo Virgen del Puerto 67, 28005 Madrid.

The club play the El Derbi madrileno against rivals Real Madrid. Adelardo holds the record for the most number of appearances with 511 and Luis Aragones holds the record for the most number of goals with 172.

Nicknamed 'Los Colchoneros', Atletico Madrid are the current La Liga champions beating Real Madrid nad Barcelona to the title in teh 2013-14 season. The club's shirts are manufactured by Nike and sponsored by Azerbaijan Land of Fire. The home shirts are red and white striped with blue shorts and red socks. The successful 2013-14 Atletico side included the likes of David Villa, Diego Costa, Filipe Luis, Koke, Arda Turan, Diego Godin and Thibaut Courtois.

Champions League Kits

Having never won the European Cup, Atletico Madrid have been runners-up on two occasions in the 1973-74 and 2013-14 seasons. The club have won several other European titles including two Europa League, one Cup Winners' Cup, two Super Cup and one Intertoto Cup titles. The club most recently made the final of the 2013-14 Champions League losing to city rivals Real Madrid in the final. The side that made the 2014 Champions League Final also won the Spanish La Liga in that same season.

Atletico Madrid were pooled in Group C of the 2015/16 Champions League group stage along with debutants FC Astana, Galatasaray AŞ, and SL Benfica. As with Atleti's previous season, the club have not produced a third kit and will wear their standard red and white striped home kit or their 1995/96 inspired navy blue away shirt.

Atletico Madrid were pooled in Group C of the 2015/16 Champions League group stage along with debutants FC Astana, Galatasaray AŞ, and SL Benfica. As with Atleti's previous season, the club have not produced a third kit and will wear their standard red and white striped home kit or their 1995/96 inspired navy blue away shirt.

Atletico Madrid did not produce a third kit for the 2014-15 season therefore wore their standard red and white striped home kits. The away shirt featured several tones of grey for the first time in the club's history. The 2013-14 Spanish La Liga champions and Champions League runners-up 'Atleti' were pooled in Group A of the 2014-15 Champions League stage along with Juventus, Olympiacos and Malmo FF. Atleti performaned at high levels during the group stage which saw them finish in 1st and progress to the round of 16 and being drawn against Bayer Leverkusen of whom they defeated 3-2 on penalties after consecutaive 1-0 results. Progressing to the Quarter-finals saw a repeat of the 2013-14 final with a tie against close rivals Real Madrid, which again featured Atleti falling just short with a close-fought 0-1 defeat.

Atletico Madrid played in Group G of the 2013-14 Champions League. The club finished above Zenit Saint Petersburg, FC Porto and Austria Wien in their group and they went on to beat AC Milan, Barcelona and Chelsea to reach the final. They lost 1-4 to city rivals Real Madrid in the final. Some of the big names that played in the final included Diego Costa, David Villa, Thibaut Courtois, Diego Godin, Raul Garcia and Gabi. Uruguayan defender Diego Godin scored the opening goal in the final only for Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos to equalise in the 93rd minute of the match.

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