Simeone's men host the Bundesliga outfit boasting a strong knockout stage record on home soil. Here is everything you need to know about this UEFA Champions League quarterfinal.

Where can I watch Atletico Madrid vs. Dortmund on TV?

This game will not be televized in the USA while those in the UK can tune in to TNT Sports 2. This match will not be on TV in Australia and Canada as well but fans in Germany can tune in to Servus TV while those in Spain can tune in to Movistar Liga de Campeones. If you live elsewhere, please check our dedicated match page for further information on how to follow this clash live on TV in your country.

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Fans in the USA have Paramount+ and ViX to choose from. UK fans can tune in to discovery+ and the discovery+ app while those in Canada need a DAZN subscription to watch this game live. Stan Sport has fans in Australia covered. DAZN Germany and DAZN1 will stream this fixture in Germany while Movistar+ has fans in Spain covered. If you live elsewhere, please check our dedicated match page for further information on how to stream this match live in your country.  


Atletico Madrid are preparing to kick off their UEFA Champions League quarterfinal campaign, with the Spanish heavyweights facing German side Dortmund in a highly-anticipated clash. The first leg of this tie is scheduled for Wednesday, with Simeone's men welcoming the Bundesliga outfit to the Metropolitano Stadium at 3 p.m. ET with the goal of securing an advantage ahead of the return fixture.

The hosts enter this game on the back of a much-needed victory in La Liga, beating Villarreal 2-1 at the start of this month to climb up to fourth in the table. Axel Witsel and Saul were on target in that victory as Los Rojiblancos put an end to their two-game losing streak in the Spanish top flight.

Athletico Madrid have had a bumpy season domestically, with Simeone's men sitting only two points ahead of fifth-placed Athletic Club in a heated top-four race. However, things have been different for Griezmann and Co. in the UEFA Champions League, with the Spanish heavyweights reaching the quarterfinals following a confidence-boosting win over Inter Milan in the round of 16.

The Nerazzurri are the runaway leaders in Serie A and were one of the most in-form teams in Europe leading up to that tie. As a result, many expected Atletico Madrid to crash out, and things appeared even worse after losing the first leg 1-0 at San Siro without laying a glove on Inzaghi's side.

Despite this, the two teams played out a thrilling return leg at the Metropolitano Stadium, with Atletico fighting back from 2-0 down to take the match into extra time. The visitors struck first thanks to a Federico Dimarco goal but the hosts promptly responded, with Antoine Griezmann equalizing two minutes later before Memphis Depay scored the crucial goal in the 87th minute.

The game eventually went to penalties, with all but Saul scoring for Atletico while Alexis Sanchez, Davy Klaassen, and Lautaro Martinez failed to convert for the Nerazzurri.

Meanwhile, unlike Atletico Madrid, Dortmund enjoyed a more straightforward path to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, with the German heavyweights overcoming Eredivisie leaders PSV 3-1 on aggregate in the round of 16.

While the first leg ended in a 1-1 draw, BVB dispatched PSV in the return fixture at the Signal Iduna Park, winning 2-0 thanks to goals from Jadon Sancho and Marco Reus. However, Dortmund have typically struggled in the quarterfinals recently, and while their round of 16 victory merits praise, here is where Edin Terzić's men will be tested again.

Malen and Co. were forced to fight their way through the Group of Death, shocking everyone to finish top of their group ahead of PSG, Newcastle, and AC Milan. However, things started off rough for the Germans, losing 2-0 to PSG in the opening game before drawing at home to AC Milan to go winless in the first two matches of the campaign.

Domestically, things have not been going superbly for the visitors, with Dortmund currently sitting outside the UEFA Champions League spots. Despite this, Terzic's side are level on points with fourth-placed RB Leipzig but behind on only goal difference, meaning their top-four race is far from over.

BVB enter this clash on the back of a frustrating 1-0 loss at home to Stuttgart but recently beat Bayern Munich in Der Klassiker to end their decade-long wait for a victory at the Allianz Arena. Only time will tell what kind of performance the visitors will deliver on Wednesday.

Team news

Atletico: Antoine Griezmann is back and ready to go. However, Thomas Lemar and Mario Hermoso are sidelined while Memphis Depay picked up a late knock and will sit this one out.

Dortmund: Nico Schlotterbeck is back for selection but Ramy Bensebaini and Donyell Malen are unavailable for this tie. Niclas Fullkrug is expected to lead the line but will need to end his goalscoring drought in front of goal.

Key stats

  • Atletico Madrid are on a 16-game unbeaten run at home in the UEFA Champions League knockout stage, winning 10 and drawing six.

  • Additionally, in their last 33 games at the Metropolitano Stadium, Simeone's men have suffered only two defeats (W26, D5).

  • These two clubs have met six times before in this competition, with Los Rojiblancos winning two out of the last three battles.

  • However, Dortmund lead the head-to-head record overall, winning three of those six encounters while losing only two (D1).

  • BVB have won only one of their last 10 away games in the UEFA Champions League knockout stage.

Broadcast listings


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Atlético Madrid 2 - 1 Borussia Dortmund

April 10, 2024 3:00pmEstádio Cívitas Metropolitano (Madrid)

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