Only two teams have come away from the Calderón with so much as a draw: Barcelona (twice: in the Spanish Super Cup and in ‘La Liga’) and Sevilla. That includes European opposition too.
To go through in 90 minutes, Atlético needs to win by four clear goals. It has managed such a feat four times already this season in the league, against Rayo (5-0), Betis (5-0), Getafe (7-0) and Real Sociedad (4-0).
The Vicente Calderón Stadium (Spanish: Estadio Vicente Calderón) is the home stadium of La Liga football club Atlético Madrid and is located in the Arganzuela district of Spanish capital Madrid.
The stadium was originally called the Manzanares Stadium (Spanish: Estadio Manzanares), but this was later changed to the Vicente Calderón Stadium, after the famous Atlético club president.
The seats are laid out in red and white stripes, the colours of Atlético’s shirts. The stadium is located in the heart of Madrid, on the banks of the Manzanares.