Atletico Madrid schedule: La Liga fixtures 2014/2015

Complete 2014-15 fixture schedule for Atletico Madrid.
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Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid finished in first place in La Liga last season and lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final. The team's leading scorer was Diego Costa, who scored 27 goals in league play. David Villa was second with 13 goals.

Unfortunately for Atletico Madrid, Diego Costa left for Chelsea in the offseason. The team also lost David Villa, who will be joining the new New York City club in MLS. Atletico did add French winger Antoine Griezmann and Argentine fullback Cristian Ansaldi, as well as 19-year-old Argentine striker Angel Correa.

La Liga Fixtures 2014/15

08/24/14 Rayo Vallecano (A)

08/31/14 Eibar (H)

09/14/14 Real Madrid (A)

09/21/14 Celta de Vigo (H)

09/24/14 Almeria (A)

09/28/14 Sevilla (H)

10/05/14 Valencia (A)

10/19/14 Espanyol (H)

10/26/14 Getafe (A)

11/02/14 Cordoba (H)

11/09/14 Real Sociedad (A)

11/23/14 Malaga (H)

11/30/14 Deportiva La Coruna (H)

12/07/14 Elche (A)

12/14/14 Villarreal (H)

12/21/14 Athletic Bilbao (A)

01/04/15 Levante (H)

01/11/15 Barcelona (A)

01/18/15 Granada (H)

01/25/15 Rayo Vallecano (H)

02/01/15 Eibar (A)

02/08/15 Real Madrid (H)

02/15/15 Celta de Vigo (A)

02/22/15 Almeria (H)

03/01/15 Sevilla (A)

03/08/15 Valencia (H)

03/15/15 Espanyol (A)

03/22/15 Getafe (H)

04/05/15 Cordoba (A)

04/08/15 Real Sociedad (H)

04/12/15 Malaga (A)

04/19/15 Deportiva La Coruna (A)

04/26/15 Elche (H)

04/29/15 Villarreal (A)

05/03/15 Athletic Bilbao (H)

05/10/15 Levante (A

05/17/15 Barcelona (H)

05/24/15 Granada (A)

Note: La Liga fixture dates are subject to change. 

- Josh Sanchez