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Atlético's Team Store Reportedly Reaches €200,000 In Merchandise Sales Over Weekend

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 19 / 17

Atlético Madrid "is already starting to profit from its new stadium," according to David Vinuesa of LIBERTAD DIGITAL. The fanbase's excitement surrounding the team's first game at the Wanda Metropolitano "translated into a spectacular atmosphere before, during and after Saturday's game agains...

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