The capital club have been sanctioned for "reprehensible behaviour" after the Portuguese was struck with a missile thrown from the crowd after the first half of Tuesday's gameAtletico Madrid have been fined €600 (£500) by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) after one of their fans threw a cigarette lighter at Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese was leaving the pitch after scoring both goals in a 2-0 Copa del Rey derby win for Real Madrid over their city rivals on Tuesday, which booked his side's place in the final of the competition.
He was pelted by missiles as made his way to the tunnel at half-time and was struck on the head with the lighter when talking to team-mate Sergio Ramos.
Both Iker Casillas and Atletico spokesman Clemente Villaverde were quick to condemn those responsible for their actions and the club have now been slapped with a fine plus a warning over further incidents.
"It's reprehensible behaviour on the part of the spectator," the RFEF's judge said.
Ronaldo had been involved in an aerial challenge with Atleti's Javier Manquillo just prior to the incident, which saw the 19-year-old taken to hospital with a neck injury.
The Portugal captain, who went to the aid of the teenager after the accidental collision, was booked for his part in the challenge.