You can find on this page the Portugal stadiums map to print and to download in PDF. The Portugal main stadiums map presents informations, teams and competitions of Portugal in Europe.
Most of the stadiums in Portugal are built in the ‘Continental Style’ of offering a bowl of continuous seating, but some have the more ‘English Style’ of separate and distinct stands on each edge of the pitch as its shown in Portugal stadiums map.

Portugal stadiums map

Maps of Portugal stadiums

The Portugal stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Portugal. This stadiums map of Portugal will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Portugal in Europe. The Portugal stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

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 as its mentioned in Portugal stadiums map. The biggest stadiums in the country belong, somewhat unsurprisingly, to The Big Three, with all of them boasting capacities of over 50,000 and Benfica actually closer to 65,000. There are four more sides who have grounds that can fit in around 30,000 supporters, with many more nearer to the 5,000 mark.

Estádio da Luz, officially named Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, was built to provide Benfica with a new and modern home, and to serve as the playing venue for the Euro 2004 final. Estadio da Luz as you can see in Portugal stadiums map is located in the north of Lisbon at almost 8 kilometres north of Lisbon city centre and not far away from Lisbon other major stadium, Estádio José Alvalade. Estádio do Dragão was built to provide FC Porto with a modern home and Euro 2004 with one of its flagship venues. It replaced FC Porto’s old Estádio das Antas. Estadio do Dragao is located just under 4 kilometres north-east of Porto’s historic centre.

Estádio José Alvalade was built to serve as a playing venue for the Euro 2004 tournament and to provide Sporting with a modern home. It was built right next to Sporting old Estádio José Alvalade. Estádio José Alvalade as its shown in Portugal stadiums map is located in the north of the city of Lisbon, about 7 kilometres from Lisbon’s historic centre and only two kilometres from Lisbon other major stadium, Estádio da Luz. Estádio Nacional, often referred to as Jamor, is Portugal national stadium, though only gets used for the annual Portuguese Cup final these days. Estádio Nacional is located in the Oeiras municipality west of the city of Lisbon. Estádio Municipal de Aveiro was built to serve as a playing venue for the Euro 2004 tournament. Estádio Municipal de Aveiro is located in the far north-east of the small city of Aveiro at an industrial zone next to the A25 motorway.