Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, team news for massive La Liga derby – latest updates | The Sun

REAL MADRID travel to the other side of town tonight for a massive capital derby against Atletico in La Liga.

The Wanda Metropolitano will play host, and it's available to watch for FREE in the UK.

  • Start time: 8pm BST
  • TV/Live stream: ITV 4
  • Atletico XI: To follow
  • Real Madrid XI: To follow

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When is Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid?

Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid will take place on Sunday, September 18.

The match will kick off at 8pm UK time.

Atletico Metropolitano Stadium plays host.

What live stream and TV channel is Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid on?

Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid will be broadcast live on ITV4 on TV and live streamed on the ITV Hub.

In addition, it will also be be shown on subscription channel Premier Sports 2.

Can I watch Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid for FREE?

Yes you can. Those in the UK can watch for FREE on ITV4 and stream on the ITV Hub.

ITV's coverage gets underway from 7.30pm.

  • Tom Chambers

    Welcome to the Madrid derby

    Hola! Welcome to the Civitas Metropolitano and our coverage of the La Liga fixture between Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid.

    It’s currently 29 degrees in the Spanish capital and the fans are streaming into the stadium ahead of what promises to be a cracker!

    Atletico have had an inconsistent start to their campaign having registered three wins, one draw, and one loss from their five league games.

    Diego Simeone’s side are fresh off a chastening away defeat at Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League on Tuesday night, and the home fans will be looking for a response.

    Real have won all five of their league fixtures so far this season and will be keen to maintain their perfect record with a victory over their city rivals.

    Carlo Ancelotti’s side are the only team in Europe’s top five leagues to have won every match in both their domestic league and the Champions League.

    A victory over their most hated rivals could take Atletico to as high as third in the table, while a win for Los Blancos will see them leapfrog Barcelona and reclaim top spot.

    Kick-off for this one is scheduled for 8pm (UK time) and we’ll bring you all the build-up and team news ahead of one of the biggest games on the La Liga calendar!

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