Ultras del atletico de madrid

Ultras del atletico de madrid

Club atlético de madrid

Last Wednesday, when the Atlético de Madrid fans at the Wanda Metropolitano began to receive mobile alerts that a fan of the team had been stabbed three times in the vicinity of the stadium, no one dared to blame the Sevilla fans for what happened.
And not because the Biris are incapable of carrying out a similar action. Founded in 1975 and extreme left-wing, Sevilla’s ultras are known for their extreme violence: they have even beaten a pregnant woman or defended one of the five young men of ‘La Manada’ accused of gang rape.
Since then, the ultras broke their promise to stop cheering at matches. Gradually the chants returned to the stadium and the strict security measures that the club adopted after Jimmy’s murder were relaxed.

Blue and white brigades

It happened on Saturday night, after the derby between Atlético de Madrid and Real Madrid at Valdebebas, which ended in a 2-0 win for Blancos, with goals from Casemiro and Oblak own goal.
The hooded radicals burst in at around 11 p.m. and smashed the windows of the club, throwing chairs and tables from the terrace against them. Afterwards, they left on the run. The situation was total chaos, with customers hiding behind the bar and in the toilets, while others opted to run out into a nearby garden.
“The attack was planned and they have come in avalanche. They have caught people by surprise and sitting at the tables on the terrace. Thank goodness that a group of young people were no longer in the bar, otherwise they would have confronted them,” said a neighbor, in statements reported by El Mundo.

Atlético de madrid

El Atlético de Madrid ha expulsado a varios aficionados y a un grupo de ultras tras los violentos enfrentamientos del domingo que provocaron la muerte de un hincha del Deportivo de La Coruña.Francisco Javier Romero Taboada murió después de que estallaran los disturbios entre grupos rivales en las calles que rodean el estadio Vicente Calderón antes del partido de Primera División que el Atlético de Madrid disputó a mediodía contra el Deportivo, de visita.
El jugador, de 43 años, falleció en el hospital el domingo por la tarde después de que los bomberos lo sacaran del río Manzanares, cerca del campo del Atlético, mientras que otras 12 personas resultaron heridas -algunas de ellas con heridas de arma blanca- durante los enfrentamientos, en los que se dice que participaron unas 200 personas.
El martes por la tarde, el Atlético publicó un comunicado en su página web oficial en el que confirmaba que el club había prohibido la entrada a los 15 hinchas identificados hasta el momento, al tiempo que expulsaba al grupo de “ultras” del Frente Atlético, un término europeo que se refiere a los grupos de hinchas más duros.
“El club ha recibido un informe oficial del partido por parte de la policía en el que se describen los hechos y los nombres de las personas que han sido identificadas y/o detenidas por la policía por participar directa o indirectamente en la pelea”, decía el comunicado.


The Valladolid city councilor was asked about the call made by the group of ultras fans Frente Atlético for a concentration from 12:30 pm in the Plaza Mayor of Valladolid as a preview of the League match in which Atlético de Madrid can win the title if they beat Real Valladolid or if Real Madrid fails to do the same in their match against Villarreal.
Óscar Puente pointed out that the city council does not have the power to allow or disallow a concentration of people and reminded that it is the Government Delegation in Castilla y León to which this decision corresponds. The city council, in any case, will be interested in the issue and hopes to see “to what extent this displacement of fans to Valladolid” and those who come to the city has asked them “restraint and sanity”.
For its part, the Government Delegation is working in coordination with Valladolid and Atletico, in addition to the Local Police, to prepare an appropriate device to the “red and white invasion” called by the Atletico Front for this Saturday at 12:30 pm in the Plaza Mayor. The device will be determined “a few hours before”, when they have “an approximate idea” of the people who may travel to Valladolid.