Four years later, after refusing an increase in rent, they relocated to Campo de Benfica. Happiness and gratitude in the comeback! [169][170] Then in December, Benfica sold the TV rights of their first-team home matches as well as Benfica TV's broadcasting and distribution rights to NOS in a three-year deal, receiving €40 million per season, with the option to extend the contract to a maximum of ten seasons, totalling €400 million. Their first own stadium was the Estádio das Amoreiras, built and opened in 1925, where they played until 1940. "E pluribus unum" is the club motto; Águia Vitória, the mascot. [212][213] In addition, Benfica hold Europe's longest unbeaten run in all competitions since the advent of European competition: 48 matches from December 1963 to 14 February 1965. [214], In the 1965–66 European Cup, Benfica scored 18 goals against Stade Dudelange and achieved the highest goal margin on aggregate in European Cup[215] and their biggest win in UEFA competitions. Daniel dos Anjos is back! The club's other sports do not show any star above the crest. Since 2003, their home ground has been the Estádio da Luz, which replaced the larger, original one, built in 1954. European Leagues' calendars defined. [89] Despite that, Benfica were eliminated in the Champions League third qualifying round, lost a Super Cup and were fourth at the end of the league's first round. Many of these successes were achieved with Eusébio â€“ the only player to win the Ballon d'Or for a Portuguese club[45][46] â€“ Coluna, José Águas, José Augusto, Simões, Torres, and others, who formed the 1963–64 team that set a club record of 103 goals in 26 league matches. Benfica is also the only club in Portugal to have successfully defended every major domestic title (Campeonato de Portugal, Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal, Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira and Taça da Liga). It was the highest average of the competition and 9th highest among other European clubs. By 2005, it had a circulation of close to 10,000. It contains information about everything in the club in the form of news and articles (mostly the former). Official Website of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, where you can stay abreast of all the latest news from our Club and see the best videos and summaries of all the games! [201] He is also Benfica's top scorer in UEFA club competitions, with 56 goals. From the Main or Alternate Shirt of SL Benfica, Adidas products, Man, Woman, Child or Accessories products. [160], Benfica SAD entered the PSI-20 on 21 May 2007[161] with an initial stock value of €5 on 15,000,001 shares. Live SLB Aqui poderá encontrar toda a informação relativa ao Clube. [205] Rui Vitória is the coach with the highest percentage of wins in the domestic league with a minimum 34 matches played (85.29%). [176] In January 2019, Benfica remained the only Portuguese club ever to appear in the Deloitte Football Money League, being ranked as the world's 30th highest commercial revenue generating football club in 2017–18, with a revenue of €150.7 million. [118] According to a study published in 2006 by professors Luís Reto and Jorge de Sá, with the stamp of approval by Instituto Nacional de Estatística and Secretaria de Estado das Comunidades, Benfica has approximately 14 million supporters worldwide: over 5.5 million in Europe (4.7 in Portugal); over 6 million in Mozambique (3.8) and Angola (2.7); over 1 million in the United States and Canada; and the remainder in Brazil, Venezuela, the Caribbean, Indochina, China, Australia and India. In some countries, since 1952, Benfica has had supporters' clubs known as Casas do Benfica (Benfica houses), places for cultural, social and sport interaction among benfiquistas. Live SLB [15], In 2003 the club implemented electronic voting[124] â€“ a voting method that has been criticised by members of Benfica, including presidential candidates, and outsiders[125][126][127] â€“ and since 2010 only people with 25 years of continuous membership as an adult â€“ that is, effective members aged at least 43 â€“ can candidate to the presidency of Benfica. Operation Marítimo underway. SL-1500C. [49][50] A season later, after they had won the domestic Super Cup in 1985 and the Portuguese Cup in 1986, Benfica clinched the double of Primeira Liga and Taça de Portugal. For Grupo Sport Benfica, they maintained the field Campo da Feiteira,[18] the main directors and the club's house. In addition, Benfica are the only Portuguese team to have become back-to-back European champions. [17] Despite important victories, the club suffered from poor operating conditions, namely the football dirt field Terras do Desembargador. [143] Until 2016, it broadcast three seasons of the English Premier League,[144] and one season of the Italian Serie A and French Ligue 1. Founded 1904 Address Avenida General Norton de Matos 1500 1501-805 Lisboa Country Portugal Phone +351 (21) 721 9555 Fax +351 (21) 721 9551 E-mail You will soon receive a subscription confirmation email. In 1971–72, Benfica reached the semi-finals of the European Cup, where they were eliminated by Ajax of Johan Cruyff. [51], Financial trouble in the early 1980s[52] and a large investment on players throughout that decade started to deteriorate the club's finances under Jorge de Brito's presidency. [15][95], The club has had four main crests since its inception in 1904. [16] Therefore, for their international performance, Benfica were ranked first in European football in 1965, '66 and '69,[41][42][43] and were presented with the France Football European Team of the Year award in 1968. [85][86][87] Later on, after thrashing Sporting CP in the Super Cup,[88] Benfica did not win any further trophy, and Jesus returned for 2020–21, making part of the club's €105 million investment amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the biggest ever in Portuguese football. Benfica is the most supported Portuguese club and the European club with the highest percentage of supporters in its own country, having over 230,000 members and an estimated 14 million supporters worldwide. Later, under the guidance of Sven-Göran Eriksson, they won two consecutive Primeira Liga (1982–83, '83–84), one Taça de Portugal (1983) and reached the final of the UEFA Cup in 1983, lost to Anderlecht. Back then, only red and white colours were displayed on the crest. Pre-sale until July 29th. For other uses, see, Foundation and first titles (1904–1960). SL Benfica VS … [16][19], On 13 September 1908, Sport Lisboa acquired Grupo Sport Benfica by mutual agreement and changed its name to Sport Lisboa e Benfica. [60][158][159] There were five major reasons for creating an autonomous entity to manage the Benfica team: participation in professional football competitions at domestic and international level; development of football players; exploitation of TV rights on open and closed channels; management of the players' image rights; exploitation of the Benfica brand by the professional football team and at sporting events. Search form. Step by step on the road to recovery. [134], Benfica has rivalries with Sporting CP and FC Porto, with whom it forms the "Big Three", Portugal's most decorated clubs. "Benfica" redirects here. [2][3][4] According to a study performed for UEFA in 2012, Benfica is the European club with the highest share of football supporters in its own country (47%). Nené is the Benfica player with the most official appearances (575). Football. [61] [66][67], For 2009–10, Jorge Jesus was appointed coach, a position he held until 2015. There are more other sports Cups at the Museum! The official website of SV Werder Bremen. A year later, they moved to the Estádio do Campo Grande, a rented municipal stadium, before relocating to their second home ground thirteen years later. By subscribing I authorize the submission of proposals and official communication. Benfica and Porto are the two most decorated clubs in Portuguese football, with the former historically being the most decorated team overall. Sporting CP VS Vitória SC Football. Red and white colours were chosen for being the ones that stood out better to players' eyes. [2][3][4] The club's anthem, "Ser Benfiquista", refers to Benfica supporters, who are called benfiquistas. Furthermore, the two entities of the "new" club had simultaneous members who helped stabilise operations, which later increased the success of the merger. This decade was also marked by Benfica's admission of foreign players into the team, becoming the last Portuguese club to do so, in 1979. Moreover, they reported a record equity of €86.8 million: assets of €485.1 million (a decrease of 4.1%) and liabilities of €398.3 million (a decrease of €40.1 million). Live SLB Europa League. Trailing 2-1 midway through the second half, and needing to score twice to progress due to the away goals rule, it looked like a Greek tragedy was in the offing. [178], In May 2020, the Portuguese Securities Market Commission denied Benfica SGPS' takeover attempt of Benfica SAD because the funding source was the SAD itself.[179]. [112] They call the club O Glorioso (The Glorious One),[2][13] hence the chant "Glorioso SLB". [44] In the 1960s, Benfica won eight Primeira Liga (1959–60, '60–61, '62–63, '63–64, '64–65, '66–67, '67–68, '68–69), three Taça de Portugal (1962, '64, '69) and two European Cups (1960–61, '61–62). [13][16], In the 1980s, Benfica continued to thrive domestically. Official club name: SL Benfica : Address: Avenida General Norton de Matos 1500: 1501-805 Lisboa: Portugal: Tel: +351 21 7266129: Fax: +351 21 7264781 [129] In 2014, according to a study by Movimento Por Um Futebol Melhor, Benfica had 270,000 members and was the biggest club in the world in membership terms. SL Benfica - Thu Feb 18 - 20:00. [206], Benfica became the first team in Portuguese league history to complete two seasons without defeat, namely the 1972–73 and 1977–78[207] seasons. [148][149] Benfica also publishes the quarterly magazine Mística since 6 December 2007. Benfica's ten European finals are a domestic record and ranked seventh all-time among UEFA clubs in 2014.[7]. Benfica in international football § Records, highest goal margin on aggregate in European Cup, Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal and Taça da Liga, "Classic club: Eagles ready to take flight", "Benfica: 6 milhões de adeptos em Angola e Moçambique, 14 milhões no Mundo", "Benfica reforça estatuto de clube mais titulado em Portugal", "Benfica soma 80.º troféu da sua história, mais a Taça Latina", "Águias reforçam sétimo lugar do "ranking" de finais europeias", "UEFA Champions League statistics 2020–21 handbook â€“ All-time records 1955–2020", "Member associations â€“ UEFA rankings â€“ Club coefficients", "Benfica soma 77 troféus e deixa FC Porto a três e Sporting a 30", "Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica (1954)", "Eusébio stars in Benfica's second triumph", "The greatest teams of all time: Benfica 1960–62", "Extraordinary Pele crowns Santos in Lisbon", "Foi há 50 anos que Eusébio recebeu a Bola de Ouro", "Benfica 'curse': What is the Curse of Bela Guttman and where does it rank among sports greatest superstitions? The official games of the SL Benfica teams until April 5, Monday. [26][27] They reached another final of the competition in 1957 but lost to Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu. Benfica was voted 12th in FIFA Club of the Century[8] and ranked 9th in the IFFHS Top 200 European clubs of the 20th century. Benfica are nicknamed As Águias (The Eagles), for the symbol atop the club's crest, and Os Encarnados (The Reds), for the shirt colour. [12][13] Twenty-four people attended the meeting,[note 1] including Cosme Damião, who would be the club's most important leader in its first decades. [118], The rivalry between Benfica and FC Porto, which started with a friendly match on 28 April 1912, comes about as Lisbon and Porto are the largest Portuguese cities, respectively. Live SLB Images from the SC Braga-SL Benfica match, European Champions 1960-61 Jersey for woman, Chongqing Youth Football League: the first regional championship, Benfica Stadium and Academy Naming: WME Sports leads the search for partners, Benfica is the best Portuguese club of the last decade. [133] As of 30 June 2019, Benfica has 233,228 members. Technics Direct Drive Turntables. [5][261][262][note 2]. 20 Sat 20:30. [173], By June 2017, Benfica had earned €617 million from player transfers since the 2010–11 season, more than any other club in the world. Banho de multidão no Porto", "Benfiquistas já "reservaram" a rotunda do Marquês de Pombal", "Concentration of people supporting the most popular club", "Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich and Europe's 6 Premier Rivalries Right Now", "Estádio da Luz em 9.º lugar no ranking das assistências na Europa", "Sócios aprovam filiação de 25 anos e mandatos de quatro", "Comunicado da Assembleia Geral sobre voto electrónico", "Rui Gomes da Silva contra voto eletrónico e crítico da BTV: "Faz lembrar regimes não democráticos, "Eleições Benfica: sistema de votação eletrónica permite a não sócios aceder aos boletins", "Eleições no Benfica: Problemas de segurança ensombram processo de votação eletrónica", "Benfica continua a ser o clube com mais sócios do mundo", "Os 30 times com mais sócios-torcedores no mundo", "Benfica registou aumento de 22 mil sócios", "Which European football clubs have never been relegated? ... Posted Wed, 08/05/2009 - 05:23 by Benfica … [216] As of the 2020–21 season, Benfica have 40 appearances in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League and 21 participations in the UEFA Cup/Europa League. [122], On 9 November 2006, Benfica set the Guinness World Record for "the most widely supported football club", with 160,398 paid-up members. SL-15. [47], During the 1970s, with president Borges Coutinho, Benfica continued dominating Portuguese football, as they won six Primeira Liga titles (1970–71, '71–72, '72–73, '74–75, '75–76, '76–77) and two Taça de Portugal (1970, '72). [113][114] In recent years, benfiquistas have celebrated league titles with the team at the Marquis of Pombal Square in Lisbon. In 2010–11 and 2011–12, however, they displayed commemorative crests with one and two stars respectively, the former in the 50-year celebration of their first European Cup and the latter to celebrate their second consecutive European Cup. [10][11] As of 2020–21, Benfica have the second most participations in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League (40),[10] tournament in which they hold the overall record for the biggest aggregate win, achieved in 1965–66. [115][116], Benfica is the most popular club in Portugal[117] and has always been seen as the working-class club of Portugal. [201] He is also Benfica's top scorer in UEFA club competitions, with 56 goals. Live SLB The founders decided that the club's colours would be red and white and that the crest would be composed of an eagle, the motto "E pluribus unum" and a football. [24] With the election of president Joaquim Ferreira Bogalho in 1952 and the arrival of coach Otto Glória in 1954,[25] Benfica became more modernised and professional[28] and moved into the original Estádio da Luz, with an initial seating capacity of 40,000; expanded to 70,000 in 1960. [101][102], During the club's first decades, Benfica played mostly on rented fields. [61] In the UEFA Europa League, Benfica was the first club to reach two finals consecutively, the latter without defeat. Founded 1904 Address Avenida General Norton de Matos 1500 1501-805 Lisboa Country Portugal Phone +351 (21) 721 9555 Fax +351 (21) 721 9551 E-mail [175] It was the first time since 2010–11 that the debt was below €400 million. With four Benfica players in the roster, Portugal will face a friendly match and the last qualifying rounds for the 2022 European futsal championship. [199] Eusébio is the club's all-time top goalscorer,[200] with 473 goals in 440 competitive matches. Founded on 28 February 1904 as Sport Lisboa, Benfica is one of the "Big Three" clubs in Portugal that have never been relegated from Primeira Liga, along with rivals Sporting CP and FC Porto. [121], Along with Benfica houses, filiations and delegations, Benfica members, who are called sócios, elect the club president for a four-year term (three years until 2010)[122][123] by voting in each candidate list, thus forming the highest governing body of the club. Calendar. [145] In January 2020, Benfica launched Benfica Play (BPlay for short), an over-the-top media service. [9] In UEFA, Benfica ranks 9th in the all-time club ranking and was 20th in the club coefficient rankings at the end of the 2019–20 season. Game record. ", "Manuel Damásio: o presidente que contratou Donizete e falhou Jardel", "Football: Souness must tame monster of Benfica", "Benfica e os jogadores brasileiros da história do clube", "Portuguese football club, Benfica, faces financial problems", "Do topo à queda: O princípio do fim para Vale e Azevedo", "Snap shot: When Benfica beat Mourinho's Porto", "Benfica vence Supertaça frente ao Setúbal", "Sport Lisboa e Benfica â€“ Futebol SAD informa acordo Jorge Jesus", "Poderá Rui Vitória levar o Benfica a um novo patamar? Thu Feb 18 - 20:00. [195][196], Last updated: 29 October 2020Source: [198], Nené is the Benfica player with the most official appearances (575). [47], Furthermore, Benfica hold the European record for the most consecutive wins in domestic league (29), between 1971–72 and 1972–73,[211] and the domestic record for the longest unbeaten run in the league (56 matches), from 24 October 1976 to 1 September 1978. League Cups are already in the Museum! [118] Followed in Europe, Africa and the Americas, any match between both teams is known as dérbi de Lisboa ("Lisbon derby"), dérbi eterno ("eternal derby"), dérbi da Segunda Circular, or dérbi dos dérbis ("derby of the derbies"). Following negative results during 2018–19,[84] coach Bruno Lage took charge mid-season and led Benfica to their 37th champions title while achieving the league's all-time best second round. In addition, a delegate can also vote: when representing a Benfica house, 50 votes; a filliation or a delegation, 20 votes. [135][136], As Lisbon-based clubs, Benfica and Sporting have shared a rivalry for over a century; it all started in 1907, when eight prominent Benfica players defected to Sporting. André Almeida already steps on the pitch, Live SLB In 2014, Benfica achieved the first ever treble of Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal and Taça da Liga. [62], In 2003–04, with president Luís Filipe Vieira, Benfica ended their silverware drought by winning the Taça de Portugal against José Mourinho's Porto. [18][30], From 1954 to 2003, Benfica played at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, the largest stadium in Europe and third largest in the world in terms of capacity â€“ 120,000 â€“ from 1985 to 1987. [16], However, problems with the club's rented field (Campo da Feiteira) remained. One debut, one return and two regulars in the national team squad list, Live SLB Bem vindo ao Site Oficial do Sporting Clube Portugal. [171][172] Days later, Luís Filipe Vieira stated that the money from the latter contract would be used to lower Benfica's debt. The most significant changes were the modification and repositioning of the eagle and the reduction of the wheel's size. [76][77][78], Later managed by Rui Vitória, Benfica won a fourth Primeira Liga title in a row â€“ their first ever tetra[79] â€“ one Taça de Portugal,[6] one Taça da Liga[80] and two successive Super Cup trophies;[81] the latter in 2017 after they reachieved a 36-year-old treble. The 15-year-old winger is in his second season representing SL Benfica. [38][39] Later on, Benfica reached three more European Cup finals, losing them to Milan in 1963,[40] to Inter in 1965, and to Manchester United in 1968. [18][29][30] During the 1950s, Benfica won three Primeira Liga (1949–50, '54–55, '56–57) and six Taça de Portugal (1951, '52, '53, '55, '57, '59). ... Pavilhão n.º 2 do Estádio do SL Benfica (Lisboa) Game record. [203] Otto Glória is the coach with the most league titles won (4). The origin of the current crest goes back to 1908, when Sport Lisboa merged with Grupo Sport Benfica. Later in June that year, Joe Berardo launched a partial takeover bid for Benfica SAD (60%) for €3.50 a share,[162][163][164] which was unsuccessful. Both clubs determined that the foundation date should coincide with Sport Lisboa's because it was the most recognised club and quite popular in Lisbon due to its football merits. [111], The supporters of Benfica are known as benfiquistas. Book now and receive the new jersey for the 2020/21 season. [110] In 2015, Benfica received the award for Best Academy of the year at the Globe Soccer Awards. Live SLB Benfica members may also participate and vote in general assemblies, submit proposals, take part in discussions, be elected to governing bodies, to be designated for positions or functions at the club, and so forth. [117], In the 2016–17 season, Benfica had an average home attendance of 55,952 in the Portuguese league, the current record at the Estádio da Luz. [153], The Museu Benfica â€“ Cosme Damião, located near the stadium, was inaugurated on 26 July 2013 and opened to the public three days later. A UEFA category four stadium,[104][105] it hosted several matches of UEFA Euro 2004, including the final, and was the venue for the UEFA Champions League finals in 2014 and 2020. [208] In the 2015–16 campaign, Benfica amassed 88 points in 34 matches and set the points record since the league is contested by 18 teams. [138], In 2008, Benfica launched its own sports-oriented television network, Benfica TV (BTV for short), the first channel by a Portuguese club,[139] and has operated it since. In that meeting, José Rosa Rodrigues was appointed club president, along with Daniel Brito as secretary and Manuel Gourlade as treasurer. [25] It was the first international trophy won by a Portuguese club. [264][265] As of the 2019–20 season, Benfica is the only club to have won the Primeira Liga and Taça da Liga double, moreover, four times. One year after its foundation, the club opted for red shirts with white collars, openings and cuffs, combined with white shorts and black socks. [174] In September 2018, Benfica SAD reported a profit of €20.6 million (a decrease of 53.7%) and a revenue of €206.2 million (a decrease of 18.7%). [82] Internationally, a year after they had consecutively reached the Champions League knockout phase for the first time in their history,[83] Benfica suffered their biggest loss in the competition, 5–0 to Basel, and went on setting the worst Portuguese group stage campaign.[84]. There are more other sports Cups at the Museum! "Stately and majestic"... this is how the Benfica symbol is! For Sport Lisboa, they maintained the football team, the shirt colours, the eagle symbol and the motto. By your continued use of this site you accept our cookie use policy. [209][210] Benfica's record for the lowest number of goals conceded in the Primeira Liga was achieved in 1988–89 with coach Toni: 15 goals in 38 matches. [18] The Portuguese league began in 1934, and after finishing third in its first edition, Benfica won the next three championships in a row (1935–36, '36–37, '37–38) â€“ the club's first tri, achieved by Lippo Hertzka. [146][147], Moreover, the club publishes the weekly newspaper O Benfica every Friday since 28 November 1942. It was built in 2005 and opened on 22 September 2006. [137] It is the most important football derby in Portugal. [49][50] It was demolished in 2003, and the new Estádio da Luz was built that year, with a construction cost of €162 million, roughly €25 million more than the planned cost. is the official site of UEFA, the Union of European Football Associations, and the governing body of football in Europe. [94] In May 2015, Emirates airline signed a three-year sponsorship deal worth up to €30 million to become Benfica's main jersey sponsor. Following the general assembly of 23 December 2009, the SAD increased its €75 million equity to €115 million by absorbing Benfica Estádio, SA,[165] to come out of technical insolvency. [35][36][37] Consequently, Benfica played in the Intercontinental Cup, where they were runners-up to Peñarol in 1961 and to Santos in 1962. [155][156], On 10 February 2000, under the presidency of João Vale e Azevedo, Benfica created Sport Lisboa e Benfica â€“ Futebol, SAD (a public limited sports company)[157] with an initial equity of €75 million. Stadio Olimpico, Rome. Search . Official club name: SL Benfica : Address: Avenida General Norton de Matos 1500: 1501-805 Lisboa: Portugal: Tel: +351 21 7266129: Fax: +351 21 7264781 Santiago Ferreira signs a youth development contract. Led by Jimmy Hagan the following season, Benfica became the first club in Portugal to win the league without defeat,[47] winning 28 matches â€“ 23 consecutively â€“ out of 30, and drawing 2. Clube Futebol Benfica (Portuguese pronunciation: [bɐ̃jˈfikɐ]), commonly known as Futebol Benfica, or simply as Fofó, is a Portuguese sports club based in the Benfica neighborhood of Lisbon.The club was founded on 23 March 1933; however, the origins of the club can be traced back to 1895. Sport Lisboa e Benfica ComC MHIH OM (Portuguese pronunciation: [sɨˈpɔɾ liʒˈboɐ i βɐ̃jˈfikɐ]), commonly known as Benfica, is a professional football club based in Lisbon, Portugal, that competes in the Primeira Liga, the top flight of Portuguese football. They sing the club's anthem at the start of every home match and sometimes during the match. From then on, Benfica became known as Encarnados â€“ word similar to "reds", but with a different connotation. Despite being Portuguese champions in 1955, Benfica were not invited to the inaugural European Cup by its organisers, thus making their UEFA debut in 1957–58 against Sevilla. Find news and information about the club and find out more about the club, our players and merchandise! Join Socio Família solution and save on the membership fees. ... Official Apps & Games Get to Emirates Stadium Visiting supporter's … [48] Any match between the two sides is called O Clássico (The Classic). [97][98], José da Cruz Viegas was the man responsible for the selection of Benfica's kit in 1904. Finally, in 1925, they moved to their own stadium, the Estádio das Amoreiras, playing there fifteen years before moving to the Estádio do Campo Grande in 1940. In the SL-1500, the rotor is integrated directly into the platter and together they form the only moving part in this ingeniously uncomplicated system. Saiba o cenário de Benfica, Sporting e FC Porto, Nashville SC acquires Venezuelan international Jhonder Cádiz on loan as designated player, Colombiano Yony González acerta com o Ceará até o fim de 2021, "O "bi" inédito, o "top" português e as outras marcas de JJ", "Jesus soma 10 títulos e chega a número 1 dos treinadores do Benfica", "Rui Vitória: o treinador encarnado com maior percentagem de vitórias", "Benfica wrap up Portuguese league title with victory over Nacional", "Europe's longest domestic winning streaks", "SL Benfica's series of 56 matches unbeaten in the I Divisão", "Europe's longest unbeaten runs in all competitions", "Benfica é rei sem coroa da competição", "Highest-scoring clubs in UEFA competition history", "Trivia on Winning Domestic Championships", "Benfica continua a ser o rei da Taça da Liga", "Benfica começa a nova época de futebol com a conquista da Supertaça", "Águias alcançam o 79.º título do seu historial", "Benfica conquista a sua 6ª Supertaça e chega aos 79 títulos", "Benfica lift cup to seal historic treble", "Benfica conquista Taça e consegue o triplete em Portugal",, Association football clubs established in 1904, Wikipedia pages semi-protected against vandalism, Articles containing Portuguese-language text, Pages using football kit with incorrect pattern parameters, Articles with Portuguese-language sources (pt), Articles with Spanish-language sources (es), Articles with French-language sources (fr), Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Беларуская (тарашкевіца)‎, Srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 22 March 2021, at 18:05.