Atlético Madrid C

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Atlético Madrid C
Full name Club Atlético de Madrid C
Founded 1972
(as CP Amorós)
Dissolved 2015
Ground Cerro del Espino,
Majadahonda, Madrid
Ground Capacity 3,865
Chairman Spain Veremundo Mariblanca
Manager Spain Óscar Mena
League 3ª Group 7
2014–15 3ª Group 7, 13th (relegated)

Atletico Madrid C was a Spanish football club that played in the Tercera División and played their home games at the Nuevo Cerro del Espino. They were the second reserve team of Atlético Madrid.


Club Names[edit]

  • CP Amorós (1972–2000)
  • Atlético Aviación (2000–2005)
  • Atlético de Madrid C (2005–2015)
CP Amorós old logo

Season to season[edit]

Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
1972–95 5 Regional
1995/96 4 5th
1996/97 4 13th
1997/98 4 14th
1998/99 4 4th
1999/00 4 9th
2000/01 4 19th
2001/02 5 Preferente 2nd
2002/03 4 12th
2003/04 4 13th
2004/05 4 13th
Season Tier Division Place Copa del Rey
2005/06 4 16th
2006/07 4 16th
2007/08 4 10th
2008/09 4 14th
2009/10 4 11th
2010/11 4 15th
2011/12 4 13th
2012/13 4 13th
2013/14 4 14th
2014/15 4 13th

Last squad before dissolving[edit]

As of 1 December 2015[1]

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 Álvaro Pérez (now unattached)
Spain GK Santi Canedo (now at Sevilla C)
Spain DF Fran Manzanara (no longer playing football)
Spain DF Álex Jiménez (now at CD Móstoles)
Spain DF Alberto Villapalos (now at Sevilla C)
Spain DF Alejandro Gómez (now at unknown)
Spain DF Sergio González (now at Majadahonda on loan from Atlético B)
Spain MF Nacho Sáinz (now at AD Alcorcón B)
No. Position Player
Spain MF Rubén Lobato (now at CD Lealtad on loan from Atlético B)
Croatia MF Marko Alvir (now at NK Domžale)
Spain MF Jesús María (now at unknown)
Spain MF Sergio Mármol (now at unknown)
Spain FW Carlos Tirado (now at CA Pinto)
Spain FW Leandro Martínez (now at Sestao River Club
Spain FW José Manuel (now at unknown)
Croatia FW Mario Jelavic (now at Åtvidabergs FF
United States FW Dembakwi Yomba (still at Atlético)

Former players[edit]


  1. ^ "Squad - 2015 / 2016". Atlético Madrid. Retrieved 1 December 2015. 

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