Atlético Madrid B

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Atlético Madrid B
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Full nameClub Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D. "B"
Nickname(s)Atleti
Founded17 September 1963; 57 years ago (1963-09-17)
GroundEstadio Cerro del Espino,
Majadahonda, Madrid,
Spain
Capacity3,800[1]
PresidentEnrique Cerezo
Head coachNacho Fernández
LeagueSegunda División B – Group 1
2019–20Segunda División B – Group 1, 3rd

Atlético de Madrid B is a Spanish football team based in Madrid, in the community of Madrid. Founded on 17 September 1963, it is the reserve team of Atlético Madrid and currently plays in Segunda División B – Group 1. They play their home games at Cerro del Espino Stadium.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1964 as Reyfra Atlético O.J.E. when CD Reyfra (1963–64) and CA Getafe merged. In 1970 it absorbed Aviaco Madrileño CF, which was established in 1967 when Madrileño CF (1956–67) and AD Aviaco merged, became affiliated with Atlético Madrid and in 1970 changed its name to Atlético Madrileño Club de Fútbol.

In 1991, the club changed the name to Atlético Madrid B for the 1991–92 season. Having already played from 1980–86 in Segunda División, the reserves fluctuated between that level and Segunda División B – created in 1977 as the new third division – in the following decades. In the 1998–99 season, the team, which featured Rubén Baraja, future Valencia and Spain star in central midfield, finished in second position in division two, but was ineligible for La Liga promotion, so Numancia gained the automatic promotion slot instead.

The entire 2000s were spent in the third level, but several players continued to make the transition to the first team, including the likes of David de Gea, Álvaro Domínguez, Antonio López, Gabi, Mario Suárez, Koke, Ignacio Camacho, Saúl Ñíguez and Lucas Hernandez

Atlético Madrid B before a game in 2009

Name Changes[edit]

  • Club Deportivo Reyfra (1963–1964)
  • Reyfra Atlético O.J.E. (1964–1970)
  • Atlético Madrileño Club de Fútbol (1970–1990)
  • Club Atlético de Madrid “B” (1990–1992)
  • Club Atlético de Madrid, S.A.D. “B” (1992–)

Season to season[edit]

  • As Atlético Madrileño Club de Fútbol (independent club).
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1966–67 4 1ª Reg. 2nd
1967–68 3 10th
1968–69 3 11th
1969–70 3 5th Fourth round
1970–71 3 5th DNP
1971–72 3 3rd Third round
1972–73 3 2nd First round
1973–74 3 11th Third round
1974–75 3 10th DNP
1975–76 3 5th Third round
1976–77 3 5th DNP
1977–78 3 2ªB 11th DNP
1978–79 3 2ªB 10th DNP
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1979–80 3 2ªB 2nd DNP
1980–81 2 14th Third round
1981–82 2 10th Round of 16
1982–83 2 13th Second round
1983–84 2 14th First round
1984–85 2 14th Third round
1985–86 2 20th Second round
1986–87 3 2ªB 14th Second round
1987–88 3 2ªB 11th First round
1988–89 3 2ªB 1st Second round
1989–90 2 20th Second round
1990–91 3 2ªB 8th N/A

  • As Club Atlético de Madrid "B" (reserve team of Atlético Madrid).
Season Tier Division Place
1991–92 3 2ªB 7th
1992–93 3 2ªB 7th
1993–94 3 2ªB 6th
1994–95 3 2ªB 9th
1995–96 3 2ªB 4th
1996–97 2 12th
1997–98 2 9th
1998–99 2 2nd
1999–00 2 17th
2000–01 3 2ªB 1st
2001–02 3 2ªB 10th
2002–03 3 2ªB 12th
2003–04 3 2ªB 1st
2004–05 3 2ªB 6th
2005–06 3 2ªB 9th
2006–07 3 2ªB 14th
2007–08 3 2ªB 10th
2008–09 3 2ªB 13th
2009–10 3 2ªB 7th
2010–11 3 2ªB 11th
2011–12 3 2ªB 5th
Season Tier Division Place
2012–13 3 2ªB 7th
2013–14 3 2ªB 16th
2014–15 3 2ªB 18th
2015–16 4 4th
2016–17 4 1st
2017–18 3 2ªB 10th
2018–19 3 2ªB 3rd
2019–20 3 2ªB 3rd
2020–21 3 2ªB

Current squad[edit]

As of 21 October 2020.[2]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Spain ESP Miguel San Román
3 DF Spain ESP Marco Moreno
4 DF Spain ESP Álvaro García
5 DF Spain ESP Joan Rojas
6 MF Spain ESP Josep Calavera
7 MF Morocco MAR Abde
8 MF Spain ESP Toni Moya (captain)
9 FW Spain ESP Borja Garcés
10 FW Spain ESP Sergio Camello
11 MF Venezuela VEN Nando Gutiérrez
12 DF Spain ESP Ricard Sánchez
13 GK Spain ESP Jaume Valens
14 MF Uruguay URU Juan Sanabria
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 MF Spain ESP Óscar Castro
17 MF Spain ESP Ismael Gutiérrez
18 FW Spain ESP Alberto Ródenas
20 FW Spain ESP Luis Ángel Forcén
21 DF Spain ESP Fernando Medrano
22 DF Argentina ARG Mariano Gómez
24 MF Spain ESP Mario Soriano
25 GK Spain ESP Christian Gómez
26 MF France FRA Joel Ngoya
27 FW Spain ESP Germán Valera
28 DF Spain ESP Adrián Corral
DF Brazil BRA João Roberto (on loan from Água Santa)

Staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach Spain Nacho Fernández
Assistant coach Spain Agustín Vara
Assistant coach Spain Javier Fernández
Goalkeeping coach Spain Carlos Jabardo
Delegates Spain Miguel Ángel Gómez González
Fitness coach Spain Luis Piñedo
Club doctor Spain Francisco Javier San Miguel Bruck
Physiotherapist Spain David Marrón Gómez
Spain Juan Vivas Suárez
Rehabilitation physio Spain José Ignacio Zahínos Sánchez
Technical team Spain Julio Ortega
Spain Daniel Iglesias Gutiérrez

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Records[edit]

Top Scorers (All competitions)[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Years Goals
1  Spain Juan Carlos de Diego 1988–1990 36
2  Spain Manolo Alfaro 1989–1992 34
3  Spain Toché 2002–2004 33
4  Spain Marcos Sequeiros 1997–1999 30
5  Spain Víctor 1978–1983 29
6  Spain Luis Tevenet 1997–1999 27
 Spain Dani Aquino 2012–2015
8  Spain Antonio Cuevas 1981–1982, 1983-1985 25
 Spain Santiago Martín Prado 1978–1982
10  Spain Miguelín 1984–1988 22

Appearances (All competitions)[edit]

Ranking Nationality Name Years Games
1  Spain Juanín 1979–1983, 1984-1985 183
2  Spain Ricardo 1990–1991, 1992-1995, 1997-1998 146
3  Spain Gustavo 1994–1999 141
 Spain César Ortiz 2007–2009, 2010-2013
5  Spain Fede Bahón 1994–1998 130
6  Spain César 1992–1995, 1997-1999 127
7  Spain Gonzalo 1990–1994 126
8  Spain Salva 1981–1986, 1988–1989 122
9  Spain Francisco Javier Martínez 1984–1988, 1989-1991 119
 Spain Manuel Pinto 1991–1994, 1998-1999
 Spain Raúl Medina Zamora 2002–2005, 2007-2008

Notable players[edit]

Note: this list includes players that have appeared in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.

Stadium[edit]

Cerro del Espino Stadium is located in Majadahonda, Community of Madrid. It also serves as an habitual training ground for the main squad, and as the home ground of local CF Rayo Majadahonda (second division).

Besides, this facility hosts simposiums on rules of the National Professional Soccer League on stadia security.

  • Technical details:
    • Dimensions: 106x70 meters
    • Surface: Natural grass
    • Capacity: 3,800 spectators[3]
    • Opening year: 1995
    • Services: Newsroom, radio booths and cafeteria of the club. There are also toilets and bars to the public
    • Address: Calle Moreras, s/n, 28220, Majadahonda (Madrid)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "El Cerro del Espino, el actual estadio del Rayo, es el más pequeño del fútbol profesional". Ideal (in Spanish). 1 March 2019. Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  2. ^ "Atlético Madrid B Squad". Atlético Madrid.
  3. ^ "El Cerro del Espino, el actual estadio del Rayo, es el más pequeño del fútbol profesional". Ideal (in Spanish). 1 March 2019. Retrieved 18 January 2020.

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