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Established
1906 (116 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Estádio José Alvalade
(50,049 Capacity)

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Location
Lisboa, Portugal

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Portuguese Primeira Liga
Taca de Portugal
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22 Jan 22 Sporting CP  -  Braga
26 Jan 22 Sporting CP  -  Santa Clara
02 Feb 22 Belenenses  -  Sporting CP
06 Feb 22 Sporting CP  -  Famalicao
11 Feb 22 FC Porto  -  Sporting CP

Latest Results
16 Jan 22 Vizela  0 - 2  Sporting CP
11 Jan 22 Leça  0 - 4  Sporting CP
07 Jan 22 Santa Clara  3 - 2  Sporting CP
29 Dec 21 Sporting CP  3 - 2  Portimonense
22 Dec 21 Casa Pia  1 - 2  Sporting CP

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Sporting Clube de Portugal, (AFI: [spɔɾtĩɡ klub(ɨ) dɨ puɾtuɡaɫ]) ComC • MHIH • OB2 3 , também conhecido como Sporting ou Sporting CP, é um clube multidesportivo com sede em Lisboa no Complexo Alvalade XXI.

Apesar de competir em vários desportos, o Sporting é sobretudo conhecido pela sua equipa de futebol. Fundado em Lisboa em 1 de julho de 1906, é historicamente um grande no futebol em Portugal.

Com mais de cem e vinte mil sócios registados,4 as suas equipas, atletas e simpatizantes são muitas vezes apelidados de Leões pelos seus fãs, mais de três milhões e seiscentos mil em todos os continentes.5

Durante o primeiro século de existência do clube, as equipas e os atletas do Sporting ganharam três medalhas de ouro olímpicas, e outras de prata, bem como títulos nacionais e distritais.6

Durante o período de fundação, José Alvalade tinha o desejo de transformar o Sporting num "grande clube, tão grande como os maiores da Europa". No desejo de abrir caminho numa altura em que o desporto em Portugal, era ainda uma actividade no seu estágio de desenvolvimento e de características muito elitistas, os primeiros "sportinguistas" conseguiram fundar aquele que se tornou no Sporting Clube de Portugal.

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Antonio
Adán
#1



Lumor
Agbenyenu
#89



Lumor
Agbenyenu




Zouhair
Agharbi




Vitorino
Antunes




Vitorino
Antunes




Daniel
Bragança
#68



Daniel
Bragança




Jovane
Cabral




Rafael
Camacho




Sebastián
Coates




Idrissa
Doumbia




Joao
Mario



Dario
Essugo




Gonçalo
Esteves




Zouhair
Feddal
#3



Rodrigo
Fernandes




João
Fernandes
#21



Joelson
Fernandes




Bruno
Gaspar




Pedro
Gonçalves
#28



João
Gonçalves




Pedro
Gonçalves




Cristián
González




Tiago
Ilori




Tiago
Ilori




Gonçalo
Inácio




Gonzalo
Jiménez




Miguel
Luís




Pedro
Marques




Jeremy
Mathieu




Nuno
Mendes




Fredy
Montero




Flávio
Nazinho




Luis
Neto
#14



Luís
Neto




Matheus
Nunes




Mattheus
Oliveira




Joao
Palhinha




Bruno
Paulista




André
Paulo




Bruno
Paz




João
Pereira




Radosav
Petrovic




Pedro
Porro
#2



Bruno
Ramos




Renan
Ribeiro




Stefan
Ristovski




Alan
Ruiz




Romain
Salin




Nuno
Santos




Pedro
Sauceda



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Stadium or Home

Estádio José Alvalade is a football stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, home of Sporting Clube de Portugal, one of the country's biggest clubs. Having replaced the former Estádio José Alvalade (1956), it is the center of a complex called Alvalade XXI (which includes a mall called Alvaláxia with a 12-screen movie theater, a health club, the club's museum, a sports pavilion, a clinic, and an office building), designed by Portuguese architect Tomás Taveira. It was classified by UEFA as a 5-star stadium, enabling it to host finals of major UEFA events. This stadium – originally projected to hold only 40,000 spectators at any given time – has a capacity of 50,095 and was acoustically engineered as a venue for major concerts. The stadium has also a total of 1,315 underground parking spaces, including 30 for disabled spectators. Its official opening was on 6 August 2003 when Sporting played and beat Manchester United 3–1. It also hosted the 2005 UEFA Cup Final between Sporting and CSKA Moscow, which CSKA Moscow won 3–1. On the exterior, the stadium features multi-coloured tiles. Seats are also arranged in a random-looking colour mix.

The stadium hosted five matches of UEFA Euro 2004, one of them being the semi-final between Portugal and the Netherlands, which Portugal won 2–1. This match won the title of Best Organized in the whole competition.

The complex, officially known as Alvalade XXI, cost a total of €162 million, with the stadium accounting with almost €121 million and was built adjacent to the site of the now demolished Estádio José Alvalade (1956).

After years of coping with a poor playing surface, the Sporting board initially decided to install synthetic turf for the 2011-12 season, but this decision was later abandoned for the use of artificial lighting by Stadium Grow Lighting.

This stadium was also featured in a Travel and Living Channel culinary-themed show called World Cafe, guided by Bobby Chinn, when they were travelling in Lisbon. They cooked a traditional Portuguese sweet dish right in the middle of the pitch.

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