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Established
1919 (101 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estádio Nacional
(37,593 Capacity)

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Location
Algés, Portugal

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Portuguese Primeira Liga
Taca de Portugal
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Upcoming Events
06 Dec 20 Belenenses  -  Braga
20 Dec 20 Maritimo  -  Belenenses
27 Dec 20 Belenenses  -  Sporting CP
03 Jan 21 Gil Vicente  -  Belenenses
10 Jan 21 Belenenses  -  F.C. Paços

Latest Results
29 Nov 20 Boavista  0 - 0  Belenenses
06 Nov 20 Belenenses  0 - 0  Rio Ave
31 Oct 20 Belenenses  1 - 1  SC Farense
26 Oct 20 Benfica  2 - 0  Belenenses
18 Oct 20 Belenenses  0 - 0  Moreirense

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Belenenses SAD, is a Portuguese football club from Lisbon founded on 30 June 2018 (as an independent entity). An unlawfully representation of the historic football club Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses, they currently play in the Primeira Liga.

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Mika





Maurides




Joao
Amorim




Zakara
Bergdich




Tiago
Caeiro




Rodriguinho
Dantas




Ricardo
Dias




Bernardo
Oliveira



Dalcio
Gomes




Florent
Hanin




Carlos
Martins




Marco
Matias




Filipe
Mendes




Andre
Moreira




Bruno
Pereirinha




Robert
Persson




Fredy
Ribeiro




Goncalo
Silva




Andre
Sousa




Merlin
Tandjigora




Hugo
Ventura




Hassan
Yebda



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Stadium or Home

The National Stadium Sports Complex (Portuguese: Complexo Desportivo do Estádio Nacional/Complexo Desportivo do Jamor), also known as Jamor Sports Complex, is a national football stadium used by the Portugal national team and, as of 2018, by Belenenses SAD. It is located in the civil parish of Algés, Linda-a-Velha e Cruz Quebrada-Dafundo, in the municipality of Oeiras, in the western part of Lisbon District.

The stadium entered UEFA history as host of the first ever game played in UEFA club competitions. The game was played on 4 September 1955 between Primeira Divisão's third-placed team, Sporting CP, and the Yugoslav champions, Serbian side Partizan Belgrade. It ended as a 3–3 draw and was the first game to be played of the first edition of the European Cup.

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