S.L. Benfica
Sport Lisboa e Benfica, ([spɔɾ liʒˈboɐ i bɐ̃ȷ̃ˈfikɐ]), commonly known as Benfica, or simply as SLB, is a Portuguese sports club based in Lisbon. The club is best known for its professional football t...
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List of S.L. Benfica records and statistics
This article includes some records and statistics from the top professional Portuguese football team S.L. Benfica.Benfica's record appearance-maker is Nené, who has made 575 appearances over the cours...
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Estádio da Luz
Estádio da Luz ([(ɨ)ˈʃtaðju ðɐ ˈluʃ]; Stadium of the Light), officially named Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, is a multi-purpose stadium located in Lisbon, Portugal.The stadium is used mostly for f...
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Futebol Campus
The Caixa Futebol Campus is the training center of S.L. Benfica. It has six pitches (three of synthetic turf) and holds 2,720 covered seats and is mainly used by the senior squad and the youth teams. ...
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Big Three (Portugal)
The Big Three (Portuguese: Os Três Grandes) is the nickname of the three most successful sport clubs in Portugal. The football teams of S.L. Benfica of Lisbon, FC Porto of Porto and Sporting CP of...
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List of S.L. Benfica presidents
Ever since its foundation on 28 February 1904, S.L. Benfica has had a total of 33 presidents. To elect a president, Benfica paying supporters, known as sócios, vote in the ballots every time an electi...
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List of S.L. Benfica honours
This article contains historical and current trophies won by Portuguese football team S.L. Benfica.
List of S.L. Benfica seasons
This is a list of seasons played by Sport Lisboa e Benfica in Portuguese football and UEFA competitions (plus the Latin Cup and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup) from 1904 (when the club, then known as Spor...
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S.L. Benfica Juniors
Sport Lisboa e Benfica "Juniors" (Portuguese: Juniores) is the under-19 football team, which belongs to the youth department of S.L. Benfica.Internationally, they won the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup...
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List of S.L. Benfica managers
Ever since its foundation, S.L. Benfica has had 44 managers, which 7 were interim and 13 held the job on more than one time. The first manager was Manuel Gourlade and the current one is Jorge Jesus. T...
S.L. Benfica (archery)
The S.L. Benfica archery section was opened in 1949 and achieved several titles at regional, national and international level. It was one of the most important archery teams in Portugal, some of its t...
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S.L. Benfica (athletics)
The S.L. Benfica athletics squad is a semi-professional team based in Portugal. They compete in both the men's and women's national leagues and international competitions.
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S.L. Benfica (basketball)
Benfica Basket is the professional basketball team of S.L. Benfica, based in Lisbon, Portugal. They play in Liga Portuguesa de Basquetebol (LPB), although in June 2007, the team decided to leave the p...
S.L. Benfica (beach soccer)
The S.L. Benfica beach soccer squad was a professional team of Portuguese club S.L. Benfica. They played in the Circuito Nacional de Futebol de Praia and Portuguese Beach Soccer League.
Winners (...
S.L. Benfica (cycling team)
S.L. Benfica cycling (UCI team code: SLB) was a professional road bicycle racing team of Portuguese club S.L. Benfica.
Cycling was the main sport of the original Grupo Sport Benfica formed in 1906...
S.L. Benfica (futsal)
The S.L. Benfica futsal squad is a professional team based in Lisbon, Portugal. They play in the Liga Portuguesa de Futsal. Since its creation in 2001, the team has been a constant challenger for the ...
S.L. Benfica (handball)
The S.L. Benfica handball squad is a professional team based in Lisbon, Portugal. They play in the top tier domestic league, the Andebol 1. It is the senior representative of the handball section of S...
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S.L. Benfica (rink hockey)
The S.L. Benfica roller hockey squad is a professional team based in Lisbon, Portugal. They play in Portuguese first division and are the oldest team in the world to play roller hockey.In 2015, they b...
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S.L. Benfica (rugby union)
The S.L. Benfica rugby union squad is an amateur team based in Lisbon, Portugal. It is one of the most ancient Portuguese rugby teams. The men's section currently competes in the Campeonato Nacional d...
S.L. Benfica (swimming)
The S.L. Benfica swimming section was created in 1916 and it had one of the most successful swimming teams in Portugal. The club's most famous swimmer was Alexandre Yokochi who competed for Benfica in...
S.L. Benfica (volleyball)
The S.L. Benfica volleyball squad is a professional team based in Lisbon, Portugal. They play in the Volleyball League A1, where they are the current champions, having won two consecutive leagues.
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John Edward Smith
John Edward Smith (3 September 1914 – 1989), commonly known as Ted Smith, was an English full back who represented Millwall F.C. in the late 1930s, and then coached Benfica from 1948 to 1952 guiding ...
Estádio do Campo Grande
Estádio de Campo Grande was a multi-use stadium in Lisbon, Portugal. It was used mostly for football matches and hosted the home matches of Sporting CP and then S.L. Benfica. The stadium was able to h...