Cricket, Rugby & Football
Club Atletico De Madrid (Estadio Vicente Calderon)
Professional Spanish football club based at the Estadio Vicente Calderon. Team competes in Spanish league, cup and UEFA matches. Stadium has a 56,500 seat capacity and hosted some of Spain World Cup-82 finals. At Paseo Virgen Del Puerto 67, 28005 Madrid.
Madrid Lions RFC est. 1997
The Lions welcome new players of all levels and nationalities. Pub night Thursdays from 8.30pm at Finnegans, Plaza de las Salesas (Metro:Alonso Martinez or Chueca) where you can find out why we are Madrids most popular and successful rugby club.
Los Naranjas Hockey Club
Mixed, international team who play non-league games every weekend followed by beers in the sun. All skill levels welcome, including beginners. Spare sticks available.
Madrid Cricket Club
Cricket club welcoming players of all levels of ability and ensures a social scheme where anyone interested in the game can feel part of the club. Plays in the Spanish national cricket league. Play at the British councile school, Samosaguas.
Real Madrid Club De Futbol
The citys football club established December 1947. Teams home stadium has hosted important events including the final of the second European Cup in 1966 and the final of the Spanish World Cup in 1982. At Avenida Concha Espina 1, 28036 Madrid.