Atletico Madrid unveil club crest Griezmann and Co will be sporting at new stadium in 2017-18

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The La Liga side have made a couple of minor tweaks to their badge, with the latest version set to be the 11th variation to have graced their jerseys

Antoine Griezmann and Atletico Madrid will be sporting a new club crest as they enter an exciting new era in 2017-18.

The La Liga outfit are not just changing the badge on their shirt, they are also heading into a new home.

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After many successful years at the Vicente Calderon, Atletico will be turning out at the Wanda Metropolitano from next season.

As the club continues to evolve on and off the field, the hope is that a new chapter in an illustrious history will bring further success to a side that has impressed both in La Liga and the Champions League in recent times.

“Atlético de Madrid is a club proud of its roots,” the club said a statement on its official website.

“In honor to Madrid, the bear and the strawberry tree are gaining importance and the upper part of the badge is slightly rounded as a gesture to the first emblem of the club.

“Today we add one badge to those we've had along our history, but we don't renounce any of the previous ones. They're equally ours and we're very proud of all of them. The history continues.

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“From 1903, the club has grown adapting the challenges of each era and evolving with the aim to offer the best results to the atléticos.

“With a present to feel proud of, the team, the club, and the fans start today a season that will be unforgettable for all.”

The latest variation of the club’s crest is the 11th in Atletico’s history, dating back to 1903.

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