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Club Atlético de Madrid, or also known as the Atletico Madrid, are a professional football club based in Spain. The club is part of the La Liga, which is the top division of Spanish football. Founded in 1903, Atletico Madrid came about just a year after their main rival Real Madrid was formed. During the 114 year history for the club, Atletico have been successful on several fronts and have largely been in the top division of Spanish football.
Atletico Madrid are third in the number of titles won by Spanish clubs, as the trail only Real Madrid and Barcelona in this regard. The team has won 10 La Liga titles with the most recent coming in the 2013-14 campaign. They have also been successful in the Copa del Rey with 10 titles. However, the Champions League/European Cup has provided major disappointment for the club in the past after finishing as the runner-up on three occasions. Atletico have enjoyed other forms of European successes like winning the UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Europa League twice. The team’s first major European success came in the European Cup Winners’ Cup in the early 1960s.
Luis Aragonés is regarded as one of the most important managers in the history of Atletico Madrid after leading the club to major successes during four spells with the club. Diego Simeone has also been able to get into the history books with major successes in the last decade. Notable players at the club happen to include Fernando Torres, Adelardo, Enrique Collar, and Luis Aragonés. After having scored 173 goals in just 372 games, Luis Aragonés also heads the charts for most number of goals at this club. Fernando Torres, who has won every major honour, is one of the youngest captains for the team.
After having played at the Vicente Calderon for a long time, Atletico recently switched to the Wanda Metropolitano with a capacity of just under 68,000.