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Madrid Derby
El Derbi Madrileño
Kits for the Real Madrid & Atletico Madrid.png
Typical home colours for Real Madrid (left) and Atlético Madrid (right)
LocaleCommunity of Madrid Madrid, Spain
TeamsAtlético Madrid
Real Madrid
First meetingAtlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
Campeonato Regional Centro
(2 December 1906)
Latest meetingReal Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
La Liga
(12 December 2020)
Next meetingAtlético Madrid v Real Madrid
La Liga
(7 March 2021)
StadiumsWanda Metropolitano
(Atlético Madrid)
Santiago Bernabéu
(Real Madrid)
Statistics
Most winsReal Madrid (112)
Most player appearancesSergio Ramos (43)
Top scorerCristiano Ronaldo (22)
Largest victoryAtlético Madrid 5–0 Real Madrid
(1947–48 La Liga)
Real Madrid 5–0 Atlético Madrid
(1958–59 La Liga)
Real Madrid 5–0 Atlético Madrid
(1983–84 La Liga)
Largest goal scoringReal Madrid 3–7 Atlético Madrid
(2019 International Champions Cup)
(26 July 2019)
Location of the teams' stadia and training bases in Madrid

El Derbi Madrileño, (English: The Madrid Derby) or simply El Derbi, is the name given to football matches between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid, both from Madrid. Originally it referred only to those fixtures held in the Spanish championship, but nowadays the term has been generalized, and tends to include every single match between the two clubs (UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey, etc.).

The two clubs met in Lisbon for the 2014 UEFA Champions League Final, making it the first time two clubs from the same city played in the final.[1] After facing off a second time in the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final in Milan, with Real Madrid winning as they had two years earlier, they also met in the 2018 UEFA Super Cup, again the first time two clubs from the same city met in that event; it was won by Atlético.

History[edit]

A Madrid derby in 1919

The rivalry between the two clubs started at the very beginning of the twentieth century. Madrid Foot-Ball Club (founded 1902), the most powerful club in the Spanish capital, kept on making mergers and acquisitions of the best smaller clubs in the city, which subsequently disappeared. At the same time, Madrid FC also signed the best players from the clubs it did not absorb, which also made those clubs defunct when they were unable to compete against the Whites. The main exception to this pattern was Athletic Club Madrid (founded 1903), who were able to keep most of their best players thanks to the financial aid of their "parent", Athletic Club Bilbao, and so became the last stand against the Madrid FC supremacy in the capital. Many supporters of the clubs that had vanished due to The Real (a recognition given by the King of Spain to his favoured clubs, bestowed upon Madrid FC in 1920) therefore became supporters of the Red-and-whites, many harbouring dislike towards the meringue club and triggering the rivalry.[2] However, regarding competitive honours won, Real Madrid were far above Athletic Madrid (who remained so named even after their separation from the original Basque club) until after the Spanish Civil War.

Santiago Bernabéu Stadium during Real Madrid vs Atlético in September 2014

After the war, during the early Francoist period, Atlético became associated with the military air force, although the alleged preference of the regime for the club is subject to discussion (nonetheless, after winning their very first League title in 1939, Atlético coach Ricardo Zamora was put into jail accused of being communist). In any case, during this period Atlético became the most successful club in Spain, reducing the historical gap between the two clubs, until the regime preference shifted towards Real Madrid in the 1950s as Franco sought to make political capital out of Real Madrid's multiple European Cup titles at a time when Spain was internationally isolated; one minister said, "Real Madrid are the best ambassadors we've ever had." Thus, Atlético fans regularly chanted that Real were "El equipo del gobierno, la vergüenza del país" – "The team of the government, the shame of the country" – and allegedly adopted a more left-wing slant (tempered by the rise of ultras culture, and Rayo Vallecano's presence as the "true" leftist club in Madrid).

In the 1970s, Atlético took again the lead as the most successful Spanish club of the decade, which prompted the Real Madrid fanbase to look down on Atlético calling them and their supporters "Indios" (Indians, a reference to the Latin American players signed by the Red-and-whites).[3] It is worth noting that by then, Real Madrid was not very keen on signing non-Caucasian players (president Santiago Bernabéu even stated, when he decided not to sign Portuguese star Eusebio at the end of the 1960s, "Mientras yo viva, aquí no jugará ningún negro ni un blanco con bigote" ("As long as I live, no black or white with a mustache will play here").[4] Atlético's supporters accepted the new "Indian" nickname joyfully and have been using it until today.

Real Madrid against Atlético Madrid in September 2013

The Santiago Bernabéu, Real Madrid's stadium, is alongside banks and businesses on the upper class Paseo de la Castellana street, while the Vicente Calderón (the stadium that Atlético Madrid used until the 2016–17 season) could be found near a brewery, alongside the Manzanares River and a motorway. Real draw greater support all across the region because of their historically greater resources and success, while Atlético have a relatively working class fan base mainly from the south of the city, with some fans also scattered throughout the city.[5][6] In fact, the Atlético crest includes the Coat of arms of Madrid, whereas Real crest has no such a reference to the city (instead, it includes a reference to the broader Castile (historical region)).

In the modern era, the Madrid derby is the second biggest derby in Spanish football, behind El Clásico, and although Real Madrid have the larger worldwide fanbase, Atlético Madrid have also amassed a significant worldwide fanbase, due to their level of success in the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League in the early 21st century. Real Madrid is the most successful club in the Champions League, having won it thirteen times. Atlético have never won the Champions League, though they have reached the final on three occasions (losing narrowly to Real Madrid in two of those), and they have also won the Europa League three times since 2010 (compared to two UEFA Cups for Real Madrid in the 1980s) and the UEFA Super Cup three times (one of them against Real Madrid).

On 27 July 2019, Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid faced off in an off-season exhibition match at the 2019 International Champions Cup in the United States, marking the first time the two clubs faced off in a Madrid derby held outside their home country. It wound up setting a record for the highest-scoring Madrid derby, and a blowout win for Atlético Madrid, as they routed Real Madrid 7–3; Atlético Madrid lead 5–0 at half time, and Real Madrid only began to rally from behind in the second half of the match.[7]

All matches[edit]

As of 12 December 2020[8]
Matches Wins
Real Madrid
Draws Wins
Atlético Madrid
Goals
Real Madrid
Goals
Atlético Madrid
League Matches 167 89 39 39 292 216
Cup Matches 42 17 14 11 57 45
League Cup Matches 4 1 1 2 7 7
Super Cup Matches 3 0 2 1 1 2
Champions League Matches 9 5 2 2 14 7
UEFA Super Cup Matches 1 0 0 1 2 4
Total matches 226 112 58 56 373 281

Primera División matches[edit]

Real Madrid wins 89
Draws 39
Atlético Madrid wins 39
Real Madrid goals 292
Atlético Madrid goals 216
Total matches 167
Season Home Team Score Away Team
1928–29 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid
1929–30 Real Madrid 4–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–1 Real Madrid
1930–31 Atlético Madrid in Spanish Second Division
1931–32
1932–33
1933–34
1934–35 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–2 Real Madrid
1935–36 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–3 Real Madrid
1936–37 Spanish Civil War
1937–38
1938–39
1939–40 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–1 Real Madrid
1940–41 Real Madrid 1–3 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 4–1 Real Madrid
1941–42 Real Madrid 4–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
1942–43 Real Madrid 1–3 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–1 Real Madrid
1943–44 Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–1 Real Madrid
1944–45 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1945–46 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–1 Real Madrid
1946–47 Real Madrid 1–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–3 Real Madrid
1947–48 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 5–0 Real Madrid
1948–49 Real Madrid 1–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
1949–50 Real Madrid 4–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 5–1 Real Madrid
1950–51 Real Madrid 3–6 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 4–0 Real Madrid
1951–52 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–2 Real Madrid
1952–53 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
1953–54 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–4 Real Madrid
1954–55 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–4 Real Madrid
1955–56 Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1956–57 Real Madrid 0–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–4 Real Madrid
1957–58 Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1958–59 Real Madrid 5–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–1 Real Madrid
1959–60 Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–3 Real Madrid
1960–61 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1961–62 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1962–63 Real Madrid 4–3 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1963–64 Real Madrid 5–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1964–65 Real Madrid 0–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1965–66 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1966–67 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–2 Real Madrid
1967–68 Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1968–69 Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1969–70 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–0 Real Madrid
1970–71 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–2 Real Madrid
1971–72 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 4–1 Real Madrid
1972–73 Real Madrid 0–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
1973–74 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
1974–75 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1975–76 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1976–77 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 4–0 Real Madrid
1977–78 Real Madrid 4–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–3 Real Madrid
1978–79 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–2 Real Madrid
1979–80 Real Madrid 4–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1980–81 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–1 Real Madrid
1981–82 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–3 Real Madrid
1982–83 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
1983–84 Real Madrid 5–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1984–85 Real Madrid 0–4 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1985–86 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1986–87 Real Madrid 4–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1987–88 Real Madrid 0–4 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–3 Real Madrid
1988–89 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–3 Real Madrid
1989–90 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–3 Real Madrid
1990–91 Real Madrid 0–3 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid
1991–92 Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
1992–93 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1993–94 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
1994–95 Real Madrid 4–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
1995–96 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
1996–97 Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–4 Real Madrid
1997–98 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
1998–99 Real Madrid 4–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–1 Real Madrid
1999–2000 Real Madrid 1–3 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
2000–01 Atlético Madrid in Spanish Second Division
2001–02
2002–03 Real Madrid 2–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–4 Real Madrid
2003–04 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
2004–05 Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid
2005–06 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid
2006–07 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
2007–08 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
2008–09 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
2009–10 Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–3 Real Madrid
2010–11 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
2011–12 Real Madrid 4–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–4 Real Madrid
2012–13 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Real Madrid
2013–14 Real Madrid 0–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–2 Real Madrid
2014–15 Real Madrid 1–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 4–0 Real Madrid
2015–16 Real Madrid 0–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
2016–17 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid
2017–18 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
2018–19 Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–3 Real Madrid
2019–20 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
2020–21 Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid Real Madrid
Real Madrid
home wins
Draws Atlético Madrid
away wins
54 15 15
Atlético Madrid
home wins
Draws Real Madrid
away wins
24 24 35

Head-to-head ranking in La Liga (1929–2020)[edit]

P. 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
8 8 8 8 8 8
9 9 9 9
10 10 10 10
11 11 11 11 11
12 12 12
13 13 13
14 14
15
16
17
18
19 19
20

Total: Atlético Madrid with 20 higher finishes, Real Madrid with 63 higher finishes (as of the end of the 2019–20 season).

Women's[edit]

# Date R. Home team Away team Score (FT/HT) Goals (Home) Goals (Away)
1
2

Domestic cups[edit]

In domestic cups, the two have been finalists on five occasions in the Copa del Rey in 1960, 1961, 1992, 2013 (all Atlético wins) and 1975 (Real Madrid win). In 1985, they met in the two-legged final of the Copa de la Liga with each winning their home leg, although Real Madrid winning on aggregate. In 2014, they met in the two-legged final of the Supercopa de España: the first leg, at the Santiago Bernabéu, finished in a 1–1 draw, while the second leg, at the Vicente Calderón, ended in a 1–0 Atlético victory. With a 2–1 aggregate score, the rojiblancos won the title. They would once again meet in the one-legged final of the Spanish Super Cup in the 2019–20 season, with Real Madrid prevailing 4–1 on penalties following a 0–0 draw after extra time at the King Abdullah Sports City stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Copa del Rey matches[edit]

Real Madrid wins 17
Draws 14
Atlético Madrid wins 11
Real Madrid goals 57
Atlético Madrid goals 45
Total matches 42
Season Home Team Score Away Team
1927–28[a] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1949–50[b] Real Madrid 6–3 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1950–51[b] Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
1957–58[c] Real Madrid 4–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1959–60
Final
Atlético Madrid 3–1 Real Madrid
1960–61
Final
Atlético Madrid 3–2 Real Madrid
1963–64[b][d] Real Madrid 2–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 1–2 Atlético Madrid
1964–65[c] Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 4–0 Real Madrid
1968–69[c] Atlético Madrid 2–1 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
1974–75
Final
Real Madrid 0–0[e] Atlético Madrid
1978–79[f] Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2–2[g] Atlético Madrid
1979–80[h] Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 1–1[i] Atlético Madrid
1981–82[b] Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
1986–87[h] Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
1988–89[h] Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
1989–90[c] Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
1990–91[c] Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
1991–92
Final
Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
1993–94[c] Real Madrid 2–2 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–3 Real Madrid
2010–11[b] Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–1 Real Madrid
2012–13
Final
Real Madrid 1–2[j] Atlético Madrid
2013–14[b] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
2014–15[c] Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2–2 Atlético Madrid
  1. ^ Group Stage
  2. ^ a b c d e f Quarter-finals.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g Round of 16
  4. ^ Tie-breaker played after two draws.
  5. ^ After extra time. Real Madrid won 4–3 in a penalty shootout.
  6. ^ Third round.
  7. ^ Real Madrid won 4–1 in a penalty shootout.
  8. ^ a b c Semi-finals.
  9. ^ Real Madrid won 4–3 in a penalty shootout.
  10. ^ After extra time, 1–1 at 90 mins.

Copa de la Liga matches[edit]

Real Madrid wins 1
Draws 1
Atlético Madrid wins 2
Real Madrid goals 7
Atlético Madrid goals 7
Total matches 4
Season Home Team Score Away Team
1984[a] Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 3–2 Real Madrid
1985[b] Atlético Madrid 3–2 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
  1. ^ First round.
  2. ^ Final.

Supercopa de España matches[edit]

As of 12 January 2020[9]
Real Madrid wins 0
Draws 2
Atlético Madrid wins 1
Real Madrid goals 1
Atlético Madrid goals 2
Total matches 3
Season Home Team Score Away Team
2014 Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
2019–20[a] Real Madrid 0–0 Atlético Madrid
  1. ^ After extra time. Real Madrid won 4–1 in a penalty shootout. Neutral venue.

European competitions[edit]

The two clubs met in the semi-finals of the 1958–59 European Cup. Atlético had qualified as La Liga runners-up; as Spanish Champions, Madrid, had already qualified as European Cup holders. The tie finished 2–2 on aggregate, and Real Madrid winning the play off game held in Zaragoza. Real then went on to win the trophy outright.

During the 2014 Champions League Final between Atlético and Real, the City Council of Madrid building was decorated in banners of both clubs.

The two clubs met in Lisbon for the 2014 Champions League Final, making it the first time two clubs from the same city played in the final. Real Madrid won 4–1 after extra time, earning their tenth European Cup after having last won in 2002. They met again in the quarter-finals of the 2014–15 Champions League. The score was 0–0 at the Vicente Calderón and 1–0 in favour of Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu.

The two rivals met again in Milan for the 2016 Champions League Final. After a 1–1 draw, Real Madrid won 5–3 on penalties. They met each other again in the semi-finals of the 2016–17 UEFA Champions League. Atlético were beaten 3–0 in the first leg at the Santiago Bernabéu with all three goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo. The second leg took place at the Vincente Calderon, which was the last European fixture at the iconic stadium. The home side was victorious, winning 2–1, however they were eliminated once again by their fierce rivals with the final aggregate score ending 4–2 to Real who went on to beat Juventus at the 2017 Champions League Final.[10][11][12]

The two clubs faced each other in the 2018 UEFA Super Cup, with Real having won the 2017–18 Champions League, and Atlético having won the 2017–18 Europa League. Atlético came from behind to win the match 4–2 after extra time for their third UEFA Super Cup title. This was the first ever meeting of two teams from the same city in the UEFA Super Cup.

Champions League matches[edit]

As of 10 May 2017[13]
Real Madrid wins 5
Draws 2
Atlético Madrid wins 2
Real Madrid goals 14
Atlético Madrid goals 7
Total matches 9
Season Home Team Score Away Team
1958–59 Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 1–0 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2–1[a] Atlético Madrid
2014–15 Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Real Madrid
2016–17 Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
Atlético Madrid 2–1 Real Madrid
2013–14
Final[b]
Real Madrid 4–1[c] Atlético Madrid
2015–16
Final[b]
Real Madrid 1–1[d][e] Atlético Madrid
  1. ^ Tiebreaker at neutral venue.
  2. ^ a b Neutral venue.
  3. ^ After extra time, 1–1 at 90 mins.
  4. ^ After extra time, 1–1 at 90 mins.
  5. ^ Real Madrid won 5–3 in a penalty shootout.

UEFA Super Cup matches[edit]

As of 15 August 2018
Real Madrid wins 0
Draws 0
Atlético Madrid wins 1
Real Madrid goals 2
Atlético Madrid goals 4
Total matches 1
Season Home Team Score Away Team
2018[a] Real Madrid 2–4 Atlético Madrid
  1. ^ After extra time, 2–2 at 90 mins. Neutral venue.

Friendly cups and club friendlies[edit]

Campeonato Regional Centro[edit]

Date Home Team Score Away Team
2 December 1906[14] Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
15 March 1908[15] Real Madrid w/o Atlético Madrid
19 March 1908[15] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
30 January 1909[16] Real Madrid 0–2 Atlético Madrid
19 March 1909[16] Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
16 February 1913[17] Atlético Madrid 3–3 Real Madrid
9 March 1913[17] Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
16 November 1913[17] Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
25 January 1914[17] Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
29 November 1914[17] Real Madrid 3–2 Atlético Madrid
7 January 1915[17] Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid
6 February 1916[17] Real Madrid 2–0 Atlético Madrid
20 February 1916[17] Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
5 November 1916[17] Atlético Madrid 2–3 Real Madrid
23 January 1917[17] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
25 November 1917[17] Atlético Madrid 4–1 Real Madrid
24 February 1918[17] Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
24 November 1918[17] Atlético Madrid 0–2 Real Madrid
20 April 1919[17] Real Madrid 5–0 Atlético Madrid
21 December 1919[17] Atlético Madrid 1–3 Real Madrid
22 February 1920[17] Real Madrid 2–3 Atlético Madrid
28 November 1920[17] Atlético Madrid 2–0 Real Madrid
20 February 1921[17] Real Madrid 1–2 Atlético Madrid

Copa Rodriguez Arzuaga[edit]

Date Home Team Score Away Team
2 February 1910[18] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
2 February 1911[19] Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
4 February 1912[20] Atlético Madrid 1–1 Real Madrid

Friendlies[edit]

Date Home Team Score Away Team
13 November 1904[21] Real Madrid 6–0 Atlético Madrid
19 February 1905[21] Atlético Madrid 0–4 Real Madrid
28 February 1905[21] Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
26 March 1905[21] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
24 October 1909[18] Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
14 November 1909[18] Real Madrid 2–1 Atlético Madrid
9 October 1910[19] Atlético Madrid 0–3 Real Madrid
30 October 1910[19] Real Madrid 3–0 Atlético Madrid
27 November 1910[19] Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
2 April 1911[19] Real Madrid 3–1 Atlético Madrid
22 October 1911[20] Real Madrid 1–0 Atlético Madrid
19 November 1911[a][20] Real Madrid 1–1 Atlético Madrid
27 July 2019[b] Real Madrid 3–7 Atlético Madrid

Players who won La Liga titles with both clubs[edit]

Players who played for both clubs[edit]

All-time top scorers[edit]

Cristiano Ronaldo is the all-time top scorer in the Madrid Derby with 22 goals.

As of 29 September 2018, the top scorer of all time in the Madrid Derby is Cristiano Ronaldo with 22 goals scored. The top scorer for Atlético in the derby matches is Paco Campos, with 12 goals.[22][23] Players in bold are still active for either club.

Rank Nat Name Goals
1 Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo 22
2 Argentina Alfredo Di Stéfano 17
3 Spain Raúl 15
Spain Santillana
5 Hungary Ferenc Puskás 13
6 Spain Santiago Bernabéu 12
Spain Emilio Butragueño
Spain Paco Campos

Players with most appearances[edit]

The player with the most appearances in the Madrid Derby is Sergio Ramos of Real Madrid, with 43 appearances. The record of most appearances in the derby matches as an Atlético player is held by Adelardo with 35 matches in all competitions and eight goals scored.

Rank Nat Name Appearances
1 Spain Sergio Ramos 43
2 Spain Francisco Gento 42
Spain Manolo Sanchís
4 Spain Santillana 36
Spain Míchel
6 Spain Adelardo Rodríguez 35
Spain Chendo
8 Spain Enrique Collar 34
Spain Pirri
Spain Iker Casillas

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ ¿Por qué a los jugadores del Atlético se les llama 'colchoneros'? (Why are Atlético players called 'colchoneros'?), La Liga
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