Portugal Stadium Information
Soccer Stadiums in Portugal
There were ten stadiums built for Euro 2004 in Portugal. The 10 new stadiums and their surrounding infrastructure, such as car parks and access roads, cost a total of 964 million euro to construct.
Four stadiums are owned by their resident clubs - Benfica and Sporting in Lisbon and FC Porto and Boavista in Porto. The other six venues are owned by local authorities.
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Aveiro Municipal Stadium (new) - 30,000.
Braga Municipal Stadium (new) - 30,000.
Coimbra Municipal Stadium (remodelled) - 30,000.
Faro/Loulé Inter-Municipal Stadium (new) - 30,000.
D. Afonso Henriques Stadium (remodelled) - 30,000.
Dr. Magalhaes Pessoa Stadium (remodelled) - 30,000 - home of Leiria.
José de Alvalade Stadium (new) - 52,000 - home of Sporting Clube de Portugal.
Luz Stadium (new) - 65,000 - home of Benfica.
Das Antas Stadium 52,000 (new) - home of FC Porto.
Bessa Stadium (new) 30,000 - home of Boavista.