Atletico Madrid Live Streams

Find the best La Liga live streams to all of Atletico Madrid’s fixtures in La Liga below.

Atletico Madrid is a Spanish professional football club that was founded on 26 April, 1903. They compete in La Liga, which is the top football division in Spain and have done so for the vast majority of their history, having spent just six seasons out of the top flight since it began in 1928. They are considered one of the ‘big three’ in Spain alongside Real Madrid and Barcelona, having forced their way into that group in recent years during the tenure of current manager Diego Simeone.

Having been overshadowed by neighbours Real Madrid for much of their history, Atletico have become a Spanish powerhouse in their own right, being regular contenders in the Champions League over the last decade or so.

Atletico Madrid Honours

Atletico Madrid are one of the most decorated clubs in Spanish football, having won 11 La Liga titles and 10 Copa Del Reys. Their two La Liga victories in 2014 and 2021 make them the only team to have won the competition outside of the El Classico pair since 2004. Their most recent victory in the Copa del Rey came back in 2013, while they have also enjoyed success in Europe.

Atletico are three-time winners of the Europa League, doing so in 2010, 2012 and 2018. They also followed up all three of those victories with wins in each of the resulting UEFA Super Cups, while they also have the European Cup Winners’ Cup and Intercontinental Cup amongst their trophy haul. Atletico have also made the Champions League Final twice under Simeone, having lost out on both occasions in 2014 and 2016 to Real Madrid in heartbreaking fashion. This recent success means they are now closing on Athletic Bilbao as the third-most successful club in Spanish football.

Atletico Madrid Icons

When it comes to icons, there are few more worshipped at Altetico Madrid than Diego Simeone. The Argentine has overseen the club’s rise to prominence, having gone from finishing 9th and 7th in the two seasons prior to his arrival to becoming consistent contenders in and around the top two. Simeone’s intense identity has become that of the club over the last decade and he will undoubtedly leave them in a better place than he found it in 2011 when he first arrived when he eventually departs.

His captain, Koke, is now the all-time leading appearance maker for the club after surpassing Adelardo Rodriguez’s record of 553 games in 2022. Their leading goalscorer is Spain’s Euro 2008-winning manager Luis Aragonés, who scored 172 goals across a 10-year spell. He is one in a line of famous forwards to have turned out for Colchoneros, including the likes of Fernando Torres, Sergio Aguero, Diego Forlan, Radamel Falcao, Diego Costa, Luis Suarez, Alvaro Morata and Antoine Griezmann, among others. They are a team who have always had the ability to spot an outstanding number nine.

Atletico Madrid Stadium

Atletico Madrid now play all of their home matches at the Metropolitano Stadium, which plays host to a maximum capacity of 68,456 supporters each week. The stadium was originally opened in 1993, but was closed in 2004, only to be renovated and re-opened as the new hosts of Atletico Madrid in 2017. The first La Liga match to take place there saw Atletico face Malaga, as Antoine Griezmann scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win.

Prior to then, Atletico had played their home matches a the Vicente Calderon Stadium, having done so from 1966 to 2017. That stadium hosted three matches at the 1982 World Cup and could hold 54,907 supporters.