Atlético Madrid (youth)

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Atlético Madrid Juvenil
Full nameClub Atlético de Madrid Juvenil
Nickname(s)
  • Los Colchoneros (The Mattress Makers)
  • Los Rojiblancos (The Red-and-Whites)
  • Los Indios (The Indians)
GroundCiudad Deportiva Atlético de Madrid, Majadahonda,
Madrid, Spain
Capacity4,000
PresidentEnrique Cerezo
CoachManolo Cano Martín
LeagueDivisión de Honor
2017–18División de Honor, Gr. 5, 1st
WebsiteClub website

Club Atlético de Madrid Juvenil are the under-19 team of Spanish professional football club Atlético Madrid. They play in the Group V of the División de Honor Juvenil de Fútbol where their main rivals are Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano.

They also participate in the national Copa de Campeones Juvenil and the Copa del Rey Juvenil, qualification for which is dependent on final league group position, and have taken part in the continental UEFA Youth League.

Juvenil A[edit]

As of September 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Christian Gómez
Spain GK Álex Herrero
Spain GK José Saldaña
Equatorial Guinea DF Federico Obama
Spain DF Adrián Luque
Spain DF Fernando Medrano
Spain DF Marco Moreno
Spain DF Manu Sánchez
Spain DF Ricard Sánchez
Venezuela DF Adrián Cova
Brazil MF Gustavo Enrique
Spain MF Óscar Castro
No. Position Player
Spain MF Adrián Ferreras
Spain MF Alfredo Pedraza
Spain MF Nacho Quintana
Spain MF Rodrigo Riquelme
Uruguay MF Juan Sanabria
Portugal FW Silvano Nater
Spain FW Sergio Camello
Spain FW Víctor Mollejo
Spain FW Alberto Salido
Spain FW Cedric Teguía
Spain FW Germán Valera
Switzerland FW Rubén Del Campo

Season to season (Juvenil A)[edit]

Superliga / Liga de Honor sub-19[edit]

Seasons with two or more trophies shown in bold[1]

: :Season: : Level Group Position Copa del Rey Juvenil Notes
1986–87 2 1 1st Quarter-final
1987–88 1 5th Quarter-final
1988–89 1 5th Quarter-final
1989–90 1 10th N/A
1990–91 1 4th Round of 16
1991–92 1 8th Quarter-final
1992–93 2 6 4th N/A Academy disbanded, club represented by independent team[2][3]
1993–94 2 5 3rd N/A Academy disbanded, club represented by independent team
1994–95 2 5 2nd N/A

División de Honor Juvenil[edit]

Seasons with two or more trophies shown in bold[1]

*Season* Level Group Position Copa del Rey Juv. Copa de Campeones Europe/notes
1995–96 1 5 12th N/A N/A N/A
1996–97 1 5 2nd Round of 16 N/A
1997–98 1 5 9th N/A N/A
1998–99 1 5 8th N/A N/A
1999–00 1 5 2nd Semi-final N/A
2000–01 1 5 1st Round of 16 Runners-up
2001–02 1 5 1st Quarter-final Winners
2002–03 1 5 1st Round of 16 3rd in group of 3
2003–04 1 5 5th N/A N/A
2004–05 1 5 1st Round of 16 3rd in group of 3
2005–06 1 5 4th N/A N/A
2006–07 1 5 3rd N/A N/A
2007–08 1 5 3rd N/A N/A
2008–09 1 5 1st Round of 16 Quarter-final
2009–10 1 5 2nd Quarter-final N/A
2010–11 1 5 9th N/A N/A
2011–12 1 5 1st Semi-final Semi-final N/A
2012–13 1 5 2nd Semi-final Quarter-final N/A
2013–14 1 V 2nd Round of 16 N/A 1st in group, Round of 16
2014–15 1 V 4th N/A N/A 1st in group, Quarter-final
2015–16 1 V 1st Winners Quarter-final 2nd in group, Play-off round
2016–17 1 V 2nd Runners-up Quarter-final 2nd in group, Quarter-final
2017–18 1 V 1st Winners Winners 2nd in group, Quarter-final

Honours[edit]

National competitions

UEFA Youth League[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of September 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Álex Dos Santos
2 Spain DF Ricard Sánchez
3 Spain DF Aitor Puñal
4 Spain DF Francisco Montero
5 Spain MF Óscar Castro
6 Spain MF Mikel Carro
7 Spain FW Joaquín Muñoz
8 Spain FW Germán Valera
9 Spain FW Sergio Camello
10 Spain FW Víctor Mollejo
11 Spain FW Cedric Teguía
12 Venezuela DF Adrián Cova
13 Spain GK Christian Gómez
14 Spain MF Adrián Ferreras
15 Uruguay MF Juan Sanabria
16 Spain DF Marco Moreno
17 Spain DF Manu Sánchez
18 Equatorial Guinea FW Salomón Obama
19 Spain MF Rodrigo Riquelme
No. Position Player
20 Equatorial Guinea DF Federico Obama
21 Spain DF Fernando Medrano
23 Brazil MF Gustavo Enrique
24 Spain DF Iker Bachiller
25 Spain GK Álex Herrero
26 Portugal FW Silvano Nater
28 Spain MF Alfredo Pedraza
29 Spain FW Alberto Salido
31 Spain MF Abraham Santiago
32 Spain GK Alejandro Iturbe
33 Spain MF Alberto Moreno
34 Spain MF Carlos Martín
35 Spain FW Diego Lorenzo
36 Spain DF David López
37 Spain GK Álex López
38 Spain DF Adrián Granado
39 Spain DF Diego Espejo
40 Spain GK José Saldaña
45 Spain MF Isaiah

Juvenil B[edit]

As of September 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Spain GK Álex López
Spain GK Antonio Celada
Spain DF David López
Spain DF Iker Bachiller
Spain DF Sergio Molano
Spain DF Javi Gómez
Spain DF Jesús Gómez
Spain DF Diego Espejo
Spain DF Adrián Granado
Spain MF Adrián Rodríguez
No. Position Player
Spain MF Alberto Moreno
Spain MF Carlos Martín
Colombia MF Juan David Perea
Spain MF Abraham Santiago
Spain FW Diego Lorenzo
Spain FW Roberto Porcel
Spain FW Marcos de Loma
Spain FW Héctor Peña
Spain FW Alberto Cruz

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Historical Spanish Juvenile Competition Results
  2. ^ Lowe, Sid (3 November 2009). "Are 'madhouse' Atlético Madrid the worst run club in Europe?". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 26 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Atletico Madrid let Raul slip through the net as they axed their youth system... now four academy products are driving their success". Daily Mail. 28 April 2016. Retrieved 26 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Los dos juveniles del Atlético de Madrid, campeones de Liga".
  5. ^ "El Atlético conquista la Copa de Campeones de División de Honor de Juveniles".
  6. ^ "El Atlético juvenil es leyenda".