Perhaps the biggest encounter of their season each year, the Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid fixture at the Wanda Metropolitano game is the one whereby every single Madrid fan looks to find and circle immediately. The two fierce rivals continuously battle for the bragging rights to the capital city and further boost their challenge of lifting Spain’s top prize.
Both sides are no strangers to winning the biggest games possible, as both have been able to win a plethora of silverware during their histories as football clubs. Los Rojiblancos, though, do trail in the wake of their ‘Royal’ counterparts.
The Wanda Metropolitano outfit has managed to claim a number of European titles as well as domestic hauls, however, Los Blancos’ minimum of 33 La Liga titles sits them high and dry of everybody else. Nonetheless, the 68,456-seater venue becomes incredibly full extremely quickly of passionate fans hoping that they see their side take all the bragging rights and a crucial win from the fixture.
Historically, Atletico Madrid has not had the best of records when facing their arch-rivals at home, regardless of whether it has been at the Wanda Metropolitano or the old Vicente Calderon stadiums. Results of 1-3 and 0-3 have been recorded in recent years, with Cristiano Ronaldo proving to be a thorn in their side, although there have been a few draws to take place as well.
The aforementioned Cristiano Ronaldo is not the only legendary figure to have featured in this iconic fixture, with Diego Simeone having gone up against Zinedine Zidane on the touchlines, as well as the likes of Luka Modric, Ronaldo, Alvaro Morata (for both sides), Antoine Griezmann and Fernando Torres all doing rather well.
Arguably, apart from the El Classico between Real Madrid and Barcelona, the fixture that sees Atletico Madrid versus Real Madrid is the biggest fixture on the La Liga calendar and one that creates a huge excitement around the Spanish capital and the Wanda Metropolitano when the day comes. Fans looking for an experience like no other at this particular stadium need to go and see this match.
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Below you can find how the cost of Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid||Madrid||2020||£238|
|Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid||Madrid||2020||£228|
|Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid||Madrid||2019||£244|
|Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid||Madrid||2019||£241|
|Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid||Madrid||2018||£189|
|Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid||Madrid||2018||£215|
|Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid||Madrid||2017||£208|
|Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid||Madrid||2017||£202|
|Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid||Madrid||2016||£218|
|Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid||Madrid||2016||£201|
|Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid||Madrid||2015||£195|
|Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid||Madrid||2015||£175|
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