Atletico Madrid PES Kits 2018/19

Atletico Madrid 18/19 pes kits
Atletico Madrid PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

goalkeeper (league-CL)
home (league-CL)
away (league-CL)
third (league-CL)
forth (league-CL)

about the team:
PES ID: 172
Founded: 1903
Address: Paseo Virgen del Puerto 67, 28005, Madrid
Country: Spain
Phone: +34 (91) 366 4707
Stadium: Estadio Wanda Metropolitano (Madrid)
Capacity: 67703

Club History and colors:
The club was founded on 26 April 1903 as Athletic Club Sucursal de Madrid by three Basque students living in Madrid. These founders saw the new club as a youth branch of their childhood team, Athletic Bilbao who they had just seen win the 1903 Copa del Rey Final in the city. In 1904, they were joined by dissident members of Real Madrid. The side began playing in blue and white, the then colors of Athletic Bilbao, but by 1911, both the Bilbao and Madrid teams were playing in their current colors of red and white stripes. Some believe the change came about because red and white striped tops were the cheapest to make, as the same combination was used to make bed mattresses and the unused cloth was easily converted into football shirts. This contributed to the creation of the nickname, Los Colchoneros.

By 1939, when La Liga had resumed, Athletic had merged with Aviación Nacional of Zaragoza to become Athletic Aviación de Madrid. Aviación Nacional had been founded in 1939 by members of the Spanish Air Force. They had been promised a place in the Primera División for the 1939–40 season, only to be denied by the RFEF. As a compromise, this club merged with Athletic, whose squad had lost eight players during the Civil War. The team were awarded a place in the 1939–40 La Liga campaign only as a replacement for Real Oviedo. With the legendary Ricardo Zamora as manager, the club subsequently won their first La Liga title that season and retained the title in 1941. The most influential and charismatic player of these years was the captain Germán Gómez, who was signed from Racing de Santander in 1939. He played eight consecutive seasons for the Rojiblancos until the 1947–48 campaign. From his central midfield position, he formed a legendary midfield alongside Machín and Ramón Gabilondo. In 1941, a decree issued by Francisco Franco banned teams from using foreign names and the club became Atlético Aviacion de Madrid. In 1947, the club decided to drop the military association from its name and settled on its current name of Club Atlético de Madrid. The same year saw Atlético beat Real Madrid 5–0 at the Metropolitano, their biggest win over their cross-town rivals to date.

La Liga: 10 Titles
La Liga 2: 1 Title
Supercopa de España: 2 Titles
Copa del Rey: 10 Titles
UEFA European Super Cup: 2 Titles
UEFA Europa League: 2 Titles

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