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Atletico Madrid 2019 Fixtures

Atletico Madrid will begin their new La Liga season away to Valencia in a tough opening test for Diego Simeone and his side.

Los Colchoneros are once again out to disrupt Barcelona and Real Madrid’s duopoly of Spanish football. In 13 years of La Liga action, they have been the only side to buck that particular trend back in 2014, having provided Barcelona with their closest challenge last term before settling for second place.

Bolstered by the continued presence of Antoine Griezmann and a fully fit Diego Costa following his return last January, there is reason for optimism at the Wanda Metropolitano.

Atletico travel to the Santiago Bernabeu for the first Madrid derby of the season on 30 September before welcoming their neighbours across town on 10 February.

They host Barcelona on 25 November before their trip to the Nou Camp on 7 April.

Atletico Madrid USA Tour
Tuesday, July 23: Chivas Guadalajara vs. Atletico Madrid — Arlington, Texas, Globe Life Park in Arlington – Buy Chivas v Atletico Madrid Tickets

Friday, July 26: Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid — East Rutherford, New Jersey, MetLife Stadium – Buy Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid Tickets

July 31: Atletico Madrid v MLS All-Stars Orlando Florida – Buy Atletico Madrid vs MLS All-Stars Tickets

Atletico Madrid 2017 Schedule
Apr 14 Atletico Madrid v Celta Vigo – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets
Apr 21 Eibar v Atletico Madrid – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets
Apr 24 Atletico Madrid v Valencia – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets
Apr 29 Atletico Madrid v Real Valladolid – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets

May 05 Espanyol v Atletico Madrid – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets
May 12 Atletico Madrid v Sevilla – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets
May 19 Levante v Atletico Madrid – Buy Atletico Madrid Tickets

How To Get To The Wanda Metropolitano
Being far away from the city center (around 10 km or 6.2 mi from the Puerta del Sol), it is not advisable to go there by foot.

Actually, the best way to get there is to catch the subway (line 7 stopping at Estadio Metropolitano or Las Musas stations) and walk from there.

You can also catch a bus (lines 38, 48, 140, 153, E2, N5 and N6).

Finally, you can catch a taxi. But before doing so, make sure you check the itinerary from your accommodation to the Wanda Metropolitano stadium and you have printed some basic directions. Doing so you can avoid potential scams from the driver, the main one being a ride following a longer route.

However, plan your transport ahead of time. Atlético matches are extremely popular and it can be very difficult to reach the stadium as the match time approaches. It’s better waiting a bit longer at your seat for the match to begin than missing part of the action!