2015–16 Atlético Madrid season

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Atlético Madrid
2015–16 season
President Enrique Cerezo
Manager Diego Simeone
Stadium Vicente Calderón
La Liga 3rd
Copa del Rey Quarter-finals
UEFA Champions League Runners-up
Top goalscorer League:
Antoine Griezmann (22)

All:
Antoine Griezmann (32)
Highest home attendance 51,933 (vs Real Madrid)
Lowest home attendance 29,737 (vs Real Sociedad)
Average home league attendance 43,201
Home colours
Away colours
Official photo of Atlético Madrid for 2015–16 season.

The 2015–16 season was Atlético Madrid's 85th season in existence and the club's 79th season in La Liga, the top league of Spanish football. Atlético competed in La Liga, Copa del Rey and UEFA Champions League. The season for the club began on 25 July 2015 and ended on 28 May 2016.

Season overview[edit]

June[edit]

On 19 June, it was announced that Mario Mandžukić would sign for Juventus.[1] On 22 June, the signing of Mandžukić for a fee of €19 million was officially confirmed.[2] On 22 June, it was confirmed that Atlético were close to agreeing a deal to sign Luciano Vietto from Villarreal. It was also confirmed that Léo Baptistão would be loaned to Villarreal.[3] On 23 June, the agent of Jackson Martínez confirmed that Atlético had agreed a €35 million deal with Porto.[4] A few days later, Martínez confirmed that he was set to join Atlético.[5] On 24 June, Atlético officially presented its new home kit for the 2015–16 season.[6] On 30 June, Internazionale confirmed Miranda's move.[7]

July[edit]

On 1 July, Atlético announced the departure of centre back Miranda to Italian Serie A club Internazionale.[8] On 6 July, Arda Turan departed, signing for Liga rivals Barcelona for €34 million.[9] On 7 July, Atlético official signed of Luciano Vietto from Villarreal.[10] On 8 July, Atlético completed the transfer of centre back Toby Alderweireld to Tottenham Hotspur.[11][12] On the same day, Atlético presented its away kit for the 2015–16 season.[13] On 10 July, the club confirmed the signing of winger Yannick Carrasco from French club Monaco.[14] On 14 July, the schedule for the 2015–16 La Liga season was released. On 20 July, Atlético reached an agreement with Fiorentina for the transfer of Montenegrin international centre back Stefan Savić.[15] Two days later, both clubs officially confirmed that Mario Suárez has joined Fiorentina.[16] Atlético also confirmed the signing of Bernard Mensah from Portuguese side Vitória de Guimarães; he was immediately loaned to Getafe for the entirety of the 2015–16 season.[17] On 25 July, Atlético played its first friendly game of the pre-season, prevailing 2–0 over Numancia in the Jésus Gil Trophy; Lucas and Ángel Correa both scored. On 28 July, Atlético confirmed the return of left back Filipe Luís after one year spent in the English Premier League with Chelsea.[18] On the same day, Atlético played its second friendly game of the pre-season and won 2–0 against Real Oviedo, with goals Antoine Griezmann and Fernando Torres. On 29 July, Atlético, with 22 players, prepared to play two friendlies in Japan and China for the LFP World Challenge tour.[19]

August[edit]

1 August marked the first match of the tour, in Japan, where Atlético defeated Sagan Tosu 4–1 in penalties, the club's third win of the pre-season.[20] Its second, and last match, in Asia was played on 4 August in China, with Atlético defeating Shanghai SIPG 0–3 through an Antoine Griezmann goal and a double from Fernando Torres.[21] After the tour, on 8 August, Atlético played three matches, the first two of which were 45-minute morning matches against Guadalajara (0–0) and Leganés, which handed Atlético its first pre-season defeat. In the day's third match, played in the evening, Atlético defeated Real Sociedad 2–0 through a goal by Markel Bergara and a strike by Griezmann.[22] On 13 August, Atlético confirmed that Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez officially signed with Portuguese club Benfica.[23] On 14 and 15 August, Atlético played its last two friendly matches of the pre-season, contending in the Ramón de Carranza Trophy. In the semi-finals, the club defeated Cádiz on penalties (2–4), advancing to the finals. Atlético then dispatched Real Betis with three goals from José Giménez, Jackson Martínez and Ángel Correa, thereby claiming the side's tenth Carranza Trophy.[24][25] Atlético finished its pre-season with a record of 7–1–1, scoring 13 goals and conceding two.

In its first league match, on 22 August, Atlético beat Las Palmas 1–0 with goal from Griezmann.[26] On 27 August, Atlético were drawn into Group C of the Champions League alongside Portuguese champions Benfica, Turkish champions Galatasaray and Kazakh champions Astana. The next day, the club reached an agreement with River Plate for the purchase of Matías Kranevitter. He was officially announced three days later, but he will join the club after playing 2015 FIFA Club World Cup.[27]

Atlético won its second-straight Liga match after defeating Sevilla at the Sánchez Pizjuán 3–0, with goals from Koke, Gabi and Jackson Martínez.[28] On 31 August, the last day of the summer transfer window, after a transfer request, Raúl García signed a four-year contract with Athletic Bilbao.[29]

September[edit]

On 12 September, Atlético fell to Barcelona 1–2 at the Vicente Calderón, with Fernando Torres scoring for Atlético.[30] On 15 September, Atlético played its first match in the Champions League group stage, winning 2–0 over Galatasaray, with two goals from Antoine Griezmann.[31] With goals in the second-half from Ángel Correa and Fernando Torres, Atlético has achieved an important victory by closing a week against Eibar.[32]

Three days later, Atlético beat Getafe through two Griezmann goals at the beginning and of the match.[33] In its next match, however, Atlético suffered its second loss in La Liga at the hands of Villarreal, with a goal by Léo Baptistão deciding the match.[34] In its second match in the Champions League, Atlético lost 1–2 at home to Benfica; the only goal scored from the home team came from Ángel Correa.

October[edit]

In the first Madrid Derby of the season, on 4 October at the Vicente Calderón, Karim Benzema gave Real Madrid the lead, only for Luciano Vietto to later equalize, salvaged a 1–1 draw for Atlético.[35] On 16 October, Atlético was drawn in the round of 32 of the 2015–16 Copa del Rey against Reus.[36]

On 18 October, Antoine Griezmann and Yannick Carrasco both scored to secure a 2–0 victory over Real Sociedad.[37] On 21 October, Atlético played its third match of the Champions League group stage, defeating Astana 4–0. Saúl, Jackson Martínez, Óliver and a Denys Dedechko own goal secured all three points.[38]

On 25 October, Jackson Martínez and Yannick Carrasco both scored to ensure a 2–1 win over Valencia.[39] In the tenth round of league, on 30 October, Atlético played Deportivo. Tiago gave the his team in the lead, but Lucas levelled for Deportivo, with the match finishing in a 1–1 draw.[40]

November[edit]

Matchday 4 for Atlético in the Champions League against Astana ended in a 0–0 away draw.[41] Back in La Liga, on 8 November Atético defeated Sporting de Gijón 1–0 from an Antoine Griezmann goal in the 93rd minute.[42] The side, on 22 November, then played a match against Real Betis, winning 0–1 away with a goal by Koke. With the win, the team moved to second in the Liga table.[43]

A double from Griezmann—as in the first leg was enough to down Turkish side Galatasaray, 2–0, in the Champions League group stage at home, ensuring Atlético's progression to the round of 16.[44] Griezmann then scored again as Atlético beat Espanyol at the Vicente Calderón, 1–0.[45]

December[edit]

To begin its Copa del Rey campaign, Atlético played its first leg match away at Reus. Reus netted first through a Fran Carbià goal in the 30th minute, but Luciano Vietto and Saúl scored the match's next to goals, ensuring a 1–2 win.[46] Atlético then beat Granada 0–2 away through goals from defender Diego Godín and Antoine Griezmann. This was the team's sixth-consecutive win.[47]

Goals from Saúl and Vietto away against Benfica in the last matchday of the Champions League group stage ensured first place in Group C for Atlético, with the Portuguese club placing second.[48] In La Liga, Aymeric Laporte put Athletic Bilbao ahead but just before half-time in Atlético's next match, only for Saúl to level it just before half-time. Griezmann, with a great goal, decided the match in the 76th minute to put the club at the top of the table after the 2–1 home win.[49]

In Monday, on 14 December, was the draw for the round of 16 of the Champions League. The team will play against PSV.[50]

After the first-leg win away at Reus in the Copa del Rey, Thomas scored the second leg's only goal for Atlético (1–0) to send the club through to the round of 16, 3–1 on aggregate.[51] Away at Málaga on 20 December, however, Atlético lost 1–0 after Charles scored the match's only goal for Málaga.[52] On 30 December, Atlético responded with an important 0–2 away win over Rayo Vallecano to finish the 2015 calendar year with goals from Ángel Correa and Antoine Griezmann.[53]

January[edit]

On 1 January 2016, the first day of the winter transfer window, Atlético announced an agreement with Celta de Vigo for the transfer of Argentine midfielder Augusto Fernández.[54] The new year for the team began with a 1–0 home victory against Levante; Thomas scored the only goal.[55] On 4 January, Matías Kranevitter was presented as an Atlético player. He joined the team after his initial loan to River Plate.[56]

The first leg of the Copa del Rey round of 16, played on 6 January, ended in a 1–1 draw with Rayo Vallecano. Rayo initially took the lead through Nacho, but midfielder Saúl tied it for Atlético in the 67th minute.[57] The club followed-up with its third-straight Liga victory over Celta on 10 January. Antoine Griezmann and Yannick Carrasco both netted in the second half for Atlético to secure the 0–2 away victory at Balaídos.[58]

In the second leg of the Copa del Rey's round of 16, played on 14 January, Atlético overwhelmed Rayo Vallecano 3–0 at the Vicente Calderón, securing a 4–1 aggregate victory and progression to the quarter-finals. Two goals from Antoine Griezmann and one strike from Ángel Correa secured the victory.[59] Three days later, on 17 January, a great goal from Filipe Luís and double from Griezmann was enough to dispatch Las Palmas 0–3 away at the Gran Canaria.[60] On 20 January, Atlético played-out a hard-fought 0–0 draw away at Celta in the first leg of the Copa del Rey quarter-finals.[61]

In La Liga on 24 January, Sevilla held Atlético to a 0–0 draw at home.[62] Despite goals from Antoine Griezmann and Ángel Correa, Atlético fell to Celta 2–3 in the away leg of the Copa del Rey quarter-finals, knocking the club out of the cup 2–3 on aggregate.[63] In the next match, in La Liga on 30 January, Koke initially put Atlético ahead in the tenth minute in an away match at Barcelona, but first-half goals from Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez sent Atlético to its second-straight overall defeat.[64] On 31 January, the final day of the January transfer window period, Atlético reached an agreement with Valencia for the loan of left back Guilherme Siqueira.[65]

February[edit]

On 2 February, Atlético and Guangzhou Evergrande reached an agreement for the transfer of the Colombian striker Jackson Martínez for a €42 million transfer fee.[66] Eibar take a lead at the start of the second half and shortly after, Giménez and Saúl scored the 2–1. Fernando Torres scored the final goal, which was his 100th goal as a player of Atlético.[67] A goal from Torres at the start of the match was worth three points in Getafe[68] The match between Atlético and Villarreal was ended without goals.[69] In first round of the quarterfinals in Champions League Atlético couldn't beat a PSV Eindhoven. Match ended with 0–0.[70] In second Madrid Derby Atlético won against Real Madrid; Griezmann scored.[71]

March[edit]

Atlético opened the new month with a 3–0 victory against Real Sociedad with goals from Saúl, Greiezmann and an own goal.[72] Goals from Griezmann, Carrasco and Torres decided the match a 3–1 victory over Valencia.[73] Another victory with three goals scored by Atlético. Saúl, Griezmann and Corea sentenced Deportivo.[74] The round of 16 of the Champions League decided in a penalty shootout and the team will be in the quarter-finals.[75] On 18 March, in the draw for the quarter-finals of the Champions League, Atlético will face Barcelona.[76] Griezmann scored, but the team couldn't add a victory over Sporting.[77]

April[edit]

Atlético began April with a 5–1 over Betis, with two goals scored by Griezmann and one each for Fernando Torres, Juanfran and Thomas.[78] Atlético then fell away to Barcelona 2–1 in first leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League, with Torres scoring.[79] Atlético then defeated Espanyol away at the Cornellà-El Prat, 3–1. Goals were scored from Torres, Griezmann and Koke.[80] Two goals from Griezmann over Barcelona then put the team in the semi-finals of the Champions League.[81] On 15 April, in the draw for the semi-finals of the Champions League, Atlético will face Bayern Munich.[82] Koke, Fernando Torres and Correa scored against Granada.[83] Atlético beat Athletic Bilbao with a goal by Torres.[84] Correa decided the match over Málaga.[85] Atlético won the first leg of the semi-final with goal by Saúl against Bayern Munich.[86] Griezmann decided and scored in an important win against Rayo Vallecano.[87]

May[edit]

On 3 May, Atlético progressed into the final of the Champions League, although was defeated by 1–2 in Munich, but the team won the tie on away goal. Griezmann scored.[88]

Fernando Torres put the team ahead, but Levante finally won with 1–2.[89]

Atlético won at home stadium over Celta at the last matchday of the league. Torres and Griezmann scored. The team finished in third position.[90]

The season for Atletico Madrid ended on 28 May, with the Champions League final. The match ended with 1–1 after extra time, but Real Madrid won a 5–3 on penalties. Only goal for team scored Carrasco.[91]

Kits[edit]

Supplier: Nike / First Sponsor: Plus500[92]

Home
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Away
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Away alt. 2
Goalkeeper 1
Goalkeeper 2
Goalkeeper 3
Goalkeeper 4

Players[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Since
App
Goals
Ends
Transfer fee
Notes
1 GK Spain Miguel Ángel Moyà 34 EU 2014 42 0 2017 €3M
2 DF Uruguay Diego Godín 32 Non-EU 2010 258 19 2019 €8M Second nationality: Spain
3 DF Brazil Filipe Luís 33 Non-EU 2010–2014 2015 225 6 2019 €16M Second nationality: Italy
5 MF Portugal Tiago 37 EU 2011 213 18 2016 Free
6 MF Spain Koke 26 EU 2009 269 23 2019 YS
7 FW France Antoine Griezmann 27 EU 2014 107 57 2020 €30M
8 MF Argentina Matías Kranevitter 25 Non-EU 2015 11 0 2020 €8M Second nationality: Italy
9 FW Spain Fernando Torres (on loan from Milan) 34 EU 2001–2007 2015 314 109 2016 Free
10 MF Spain Óliver 23 EU 2012 57 2 2018 YS
12 MF Argentina Augusto Fernández 32 Non-EU 2016 21 0 2019 €6.5M Second nationality: Spain
13 GK Slovenia Jan Oblak 25 EU 2014 72 0 2021 €16M
14 MF Spain Gabi (captain) 35 EU 2004–2007 2011 317 9 2017 €3M
15 DF Montenegro Stefan Savić 27 Non-EU 2015 24 0 2020 €25M
16 FW Argentina Ángel Correa 23 Non-EU 2014 36 8 2019 €7.5M Second nationality: France
17 MF Spain Saúl 23 EU 2012 95 13 2020 YS
18 DF Spain Jesús Gámez 33 EU 2014 37 0 2017 €2.5M
19 DF France Lucas 22 EU 2014 20 0 2019 YS
20 DF Spain Juanfran 33 EU 2011 259 4 2018 €4.25M
21 MF Belgium Yannick Carrasco 24 EU 2015 43 5 2020 €20M
22 MF Ghana Thomas 25 Non-EU 2013 23 3 2020 YS
23 FW Argentina Luciano Vietto 24 Non-EU 2015 27 3 2020 €20M Second nationality: Italy
24 DF Uruguay José Giménez 23 Non-EU 2013 67 3 2018 €0.9M
  • Last updated: 3 February 2016
  • Source: Atlético Madrid
  • Ordered by squad number.

Updated 8 June 2016.

Technical staff[edit]

Diego Simeone
Position Staff
Manager Argentina Diego Simeone
Assistant Coach Argentina Germán Burgos
Spain Juan Vizcaíno
Goalkeeper Coach Argentina Pablo Vercellone
Fitness Coach Uruguay Oscar Ortega
Spain Carlos Menéndez
Spain Iván Rafael Díaz Infante
Head of Medical Department Spain José María Villalón
Club Doctor Spain Gorka de Abajo
Physiotherapist Spain Jesús Vázquez
Spain Esteban Arévalo
Spain David Loras
Spain Felipe Iglesias Arroyo
Rehabilitation Physio Spain Daniel Castro

Source: Atlético Madrid

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving from
Type
Transfer
window
Ends
Transfer
fee
Source
LB Argentina Emiliano Insúa 26 Non-EU Rayo Vallecano Loan Return Summer
CF Brazil Léo Baptistão 22 Non-EU Rayo Vallecano Loan Return Summer
RB Portugal Sílvio 27 EU Portugal Benfica Loan Return Summer
MF Spain Óliver 20 EU Portugal Porto Loan Return Summer
RB Tunisia Kader 23 Non-EU Numancia Loan Return Summer
CB Uruguay Emiliano Velázquez 21 Non-EU Getafe Loan Return Summer
CF Spain Borja 22 EU Real Zaragoza Loan Return Summer
GK Morocco Yassine Bounou 24 Non-EU Real Zaragoza Loan Return Summer
CB Belgium Toby Alderweireld 26 EU England Southampton Loan Return Summer
CM Spain Rubén Pérez 26 EU Granada Loan Return Summer
LW Uruguay Cristian Rodríguez 29 Non-EU Brazil Grêmio Loan Return Summer
DM Ghana Thomas 22 Non-EU Almería Loan Return Summer
GK Portugal André Moreira 19 EU Portugal Moreirense Loan Return Summer
DF Spain Javier Manquillo 21 EU England Liverpool Loan Return Summer Atlético.com
ST Colombia Jackson Martínez 28 Non-EU Portugal Porto Transfer Summer 2019 €35M Atlético.com
DF Montenegro Stefan Savić 24 Non-EU Italy Fiorentina Transfer Summer 2020 €25M Atlético.com
MF Belgium Yannick Carrasco 21 EU Monaco Monaco Transfer Summer 2020 €20M Atlético.com
ST Argentina Luciano Vietto 21 Non-EU Villarreal Transfer Summer 2020 €20M Atlético.com
LB Brazil Filipe Luís 29 Non-EU England Chelsea Transfer Summer 2019 €16M Chelsea FC
MF Ghana Bernard Mensah 20 Non-EU Portugal Vitória de Guimarães Transfer Summer 2021 €10M Atlético.com
MF Argentina Matías Kranevitter 22 Non-EU Argentina River Plate Transfer Summer 2020 €8M Atlético.com
ST Colombia Rafael Santos Borré 19 Non-EU Colombia Deportivo Cali Transfer Summer 2021 €5,5M Atlético.com
MF Argentina Matías Kranevitter 22 Non-EU Argentina River Plate Loan Return Winter 2020
MF Argentina Augusto Fernández 29 Non-EU Celta Vigo Transfer Winter 2019 €6.5M Atlético.com

Out[edit]

N
Pos.
Nat.
Name
Age
EU
Moving to
Type
Transfer
window
Transfer
fee
Source
LB Argentina Cristian Ansaldi 28 Non-EU Russia Zenit End of loan Summer
LW Spain Cani 33 EU Villarreal End of loan Summer
CF Brazil Léo Baptistão 22 Non-EU Villarreal Loan Summer Atlético.com
RB Portugal Sílvio 27 EU Portugal Benfica Loan Summer Atlético.com
GK Portugal André Moreira 19 EU Portugal União da Madeira Loan Summer Zerozero.pt (in Portuguese)
CB Uruguay Emiliano Velázquez 21 Non-EU Getafe Loan Summer MundoDeportivo.com (in Spanish)
GK Morocco Yassine Bounou 24 EU Zaragoza Loan Summer Atlético.com
MF Ghana Bernard Mensah 20 Non-EU Getafe Loan Summer Atlético.com
RB Spain Javier Manquillo 21 EU France Marseille Loan Summer Atlético.com
CF Spain Borja 22 EU Eibar Loan Summer Atlético.com
MF Argentina Matías Kranevitter 22 Non-EU Argentina River Plate Loan Summer
ST Colombia Rafael Santos Borré 19 Non-EU Colombia Deportivo Cali Loan Summer
CB Brazil Miranda 30 Non-EU Italy Internazionale Loan Summer €3M Inter.it
LB Argentina Emiliano Insúa 26 Non-EU Germany VfB Stuttgart Transfer Summer Free VfB Stuttgart
Atlético.com
MF Uruguay Cristian Rodríguez 29 Non-EU Argentina Independiente Transfer Summer Free
RB Tunisia Kader 23 Non-EU Tunisia Club Africain Transfer Summer Free
MF Spain Rubén Pérez 26 EU Granada Transfer Summer Undisclosed Atlético.com
MF Turkey Arda Turan 28 EU Barcelona Transfer Summer €34M Fcbarcelona.com
ST Croatia Mario Mandžukić 29 EU Italy Juventus Transfer Summer €19M Juventus.com
DF Belgium Toby Alderweireld 26 EU England Tottenham Hotspur Transfer Summer €16M Tottenhamhotspur.com
Atlético.com
MF Spain Mario Suárez 28 EU Italy Fiorentina Transfer Summer €15M Atlético.com
ST Mexico Raúl Jiménez 24 Non-EU Portugal Benfica Transfer Summer €9M Atlético.com
MF Spain Raúl García 29 EU Athletic Bilbao Transfer Summer €8M Atlético.com
DF Brazil Guilherme Siqueira 29 Non-EU Valencia Loan Winter Atlético.com
FW Colombia Jackson Martínez 29 Non-EU China Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao Transfer Winter €42M Atlético.com

Pre-season and friendlies[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

1 The match last 45 minutes.

Competitions[edit]

La Liga[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona (C) 38 29 4 5 112 29 +83 91 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Real Madrid 38 28 6 4 110 34 +76 90
3 Atlético Madrid 38 28 4 6 63 18 +45 88
4 Villarreal 38 18 10 10 44 35 +9 64 Qualification for the Champions League play-off round
5 Athletic Bilbao 38 18 8 12 58 45 +13 62 Qualification for the Europa League group stage[a]
Source: La Liga, Soccerway
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Head-to-head points; 3) Head-to-head goal difference; 4) Goal difference; 5) Goals scored; 6) Fair-play points; 7) Play-off.
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. ^ Since the winners of the 2015–16 Copa del Rey, Barcelona, qualified for European competition based on league position, the spot awarded to the cup winners (Europa League group stage) was passed to the sixth-placed team and the spot awarded to the sixth-placed team (Europa League third qualifying round) was passed to the seventh-placed team.

Results by round[edit]

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Ground H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H
Result W W L W W L D W W D W W W W W L W W W W D L W W D W W W W L W W W W W W L W
Position 3 3 6 5 4 5 5 4 3 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3
Last updated: 14 May 2016.
Source: Competitive matches

Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.

Matches[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

Copa del Rey[edit]

Round of 32[edit]

  Win   Draw   Loss

Round of 16[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification ATL BEN GAL AST
1 Spain Atlético Madrid 6 4 1 1 11 3 +8 13 Advance to knockout phase 1–2 2–0 4–0
2 Portugal Benfica 6 3 1 2 10 8 +2 10 1–2 2–1 2–0
3 Turkey Galatasaray 6 1 2 3 6 10 −4 5 Transfer to Europa League 0–2 2–1 1–1
4 Kazakhstan Astana 6 0 4 2 5 11 −6 4 0–0 2–2 2–2
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers

  Win   Draw   Loss

Knockout phase[edit]

Round of 16[edit]
Quarter-finals[edit]
Semi-finals[edit]
Final[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Squad statistics[edit]

Match played 28 May 2016.

No. Pos. Player Total La Liga Cup Champions League
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1 GK Spain Miguel Ángel Moyà 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 DF Uruguay Diego Godín 46 1 7 1 31 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 12 0 2 0
3 DF Brazil Filipe Luís 45 1 14 1 32 1 11 1 3 0 2 0 10 0 1 0
5 MF Portugal Tiago 19 1 4 0 14 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0
6 MF Spain Koke 51 5 7 0 35 5 4 0 5 0 1 0 11 0 2 0
7 FW France Antoine Griezmann 54 32 6 0 38 22 5 0 3 3 0 0 13 7 1 0
8 MF Argentina Matías Kranevitter 11 0 1 0 8 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
9 FW Spain Fernando Torres 44 12 5 1 30 11 3 0 2 0 1 0 12 1 1 1
10 MF Spain Óliver 33 1 4 0 21 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 7 1 2 0
12 MF Argentina Augusto Fernández 21 0 5 0 13 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 6 0 1 0
13 GK Slovenia Jan Oblak 51 0 1 0 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 1 0
14 MF Spain Gabi 52 1 15 1 35 1 11 1 4 0 1 0 13 0 3 0
15 DF Montenegro Stefan Savić 24 0 2 0 12 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 7 0 1 0
16 FW Argentina Ángel Correa 36 8 8 0 26 5 7 0 5 2 0 0 5 1 1 0
17 MF Spain Saúl 48 9 4 0 31 4 1 0 4 2 1 0 13 3 2 0
18 DF Spain Jesús Gámez 16 0 3 0 10 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
19 DF France Lucas 16 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0
20 DF Spain Juanfran 48 1 6 0 35 1 6 0 1 0 0 0 12 0 0 0
21 MF Belgium Yannick Carrasco 43 5 5 0 29 4 5 0 5 0 0 0 9 1 0 0
22 MF Ghana Thomas 23 3 5 0 13 2 3 0 5 1 2 0 5 0 0 0
23 FW Argentina Luciano Vietto 27 3 4 0 18 1 3 0 4 1 1 0 5 1 0 0
24 DF Uruguay José Giménez 37 1 9 0 27 1 8 0 2 0 0 0 8 0 1 0
32 DF Spain Nacho Monsalve1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Players who left the club in Summer/Winter transfer window or on loan
MF Spain Raúl García 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
DF Brazil Guilherme Siqueira 7 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0
FW Colombia Jackson Martínez 22 3 2 0 15 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 1 1 0
Own goals 1 0 0 1
TOTALS 89 119 4 63 88 3 9 11 0 17 20 1

1 Player from reserve team.

Goalscorers[edit]

Match played 28 May 2016.

Rank No. Pos. Player La Liga Cup Champions League Total
1 7 FW France Antoine Griezmann 22 3 7 32
2 9 FW Spain Fernando Torres 11 0 1 12
3 17 MF Spain Saúl 4 2 3 9
4 16 FW Argentina Ángel Correa 5 2 1 8
5 6 MF Spain Koke 5 0 0 5
21 MF Belgium Yannick Carrasco 4 0 1 5
7 23 FW Argentina Luciano Vietto 1 1 1 3
22 MF Ghana Thomas 2 1 0 3
FW Colombia Jackson Martínez 2 0 1 3
10 14 MF Spain Gabi 1 0 0 1
5 MF Portugal Tiago 1 0 0 1
2 DF Uruguay Diego Godín 1 0 0 1
10 MF Spain Óliver 0 0 1 1
20 MF Spain Juanfran 1 0 0 1
3 DF Brazil Filipe Luís 1 0 0 1
24 DF Uruguay José Giménez 1 0 0 1
Own goals 1 0 1 2
TOTALS 63 9 17 89

Assists[edit]

Match played 28 May 2016.

Rank No. Pos. Player La Liga Cup Champions League Total
1 6 MF Spain Koke 14 1 1 16
2 14 MF Spain Gabi 3 3 3 9
3 7 FW France Antoine Griezmann 5 0 1 6
4 23 FW Argentina Luciano Vietto 3 1 1 5
9 FW Spain Fernando Torres 4 0 1 5
6 21 MF Belgium Yannick Carrasco 1 1 2 4
16 FW Argentina Ángel Correa 4 0 0 4
17 MF Spain Saúl 2 0 2 4
3 DF Brazil Filipe Luís 4 0 0 4
10 10 MF Spain Óliver 2 1 0 3
2 DF Uruguay Diego Godín 1 1 1 3
FW Colombia Jackson Martínez 3 0 0 3
20 DF Spain Juanfran 1 0 2 3
14 5 MF Portugal Tiago 2 0 0 2
15 22 MF Ghana Thomas 1 0 0 1
24 DF Uruguay José Giménez 1 0 0 1
12 DF Argentina Augusto Fernández 0 0 1 1
TOTALS 51 8 15 74

Clean sheets[edit]

Match played 28 May 2016.

Rank No. Pos. Player Matches played Clean sheet % La Liga (%) Cup (%) Champions League (%) Total
1 13 GK Slovenia Jan Oblak 51 62,75% 24 (63,16%) 0 (0%) 7 (66,67%) 32
2 1 GK Spain Miguel Ángel Moyà 6 50,00% 0 (0%) 3 (50,00%) 0 (0%) 3
TOTALS 57 61,40% 24 3 8 35

Attendances[edit]

Match played 14 April 2016.

Matches Attendances Average High Low
La Liga 19 820,812 43,201 51,933 29,737
Cup 3 83,488 27,829 26,852 23,114
Champions League 6 265,657 44,276 52,851 33,853
Total 28 1.169,957 41,784 52,851 23,114

Awards[edit]

La Liga Manager of the Month[edit]

La Liga Player of the Month[edit]

  • Koke named Liga BBVA Player of the Month for April.[95]

Zamora Trophy[edit]

  • Jan Oblak won the Zamora Trophy for 2015–16 season for best goalkeeper.[96]

La Liga Awards[edit]

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