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Portugal

Website - http://www.fpf.pt

Team Profile

Nickname: Os Navegadores

Country of Origin: Portugal

Ground: Estadio Nacional

Ground History

Portugal History

The Portugal national football team represents Portugal in association football and is controlled by the Portuguese Football Federation, the governing body for football in Portugal.

Portugal's home ground is the Estádio Nacional in Oeiras, and their head coach is Paulo Bento. Their first World Cup appearance, in the 1966 FIFA World Cup, saw them reach the semi-finals, losing 2–1 at Wembley to the eventual world champions, England. The next two times Portugal qualified for the World Cup were 1986 and 2002, with Portugal going out in the first round both times. In the 1986 tournament, players went on strike over prize-money and refused to train between their first and second games.

In 2003, the Portuguese Football Federation hired Luiz Felipe Scolari, the Brazilian head coach who had led the Brazil national football team to win the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Scolari led Portugal to the final of UEFA Euro 2004, where they lost to Greece, and to their second World Cup semi-final in the 2006 World Cup. Scolari left after the UEFA Euro 2008 and was replaced by Carlos Queiroz. He led Portugal to the second round of the 2010 World Cup before they were defeated by the eventual champions Spain.

European Championships

Comp Season Standing
2016 Winner
2004 Runner-up

Portugal 2021 Record



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Portugal Squad

Players at the club between 1 Jan & 31 Dec of selected year


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Player Pos Age Nation Start Cur
Jose Sa
GK 29 years, 5 months Portugal May 25, 2017
Diogo Costa
GK 22 years, 9 months Portugal Sept. 1, 2021
Anthony Lopes
GK 31 years, 9 months Portugal Sept. 4, 2013
Rui Silva
GK 28 years, 4 months Portugal Sept. 6, 2021
Rui Patricio
GK 34 years, 4 months Portugal Nov. 17, 2010
José Fonte
DF 38 years, 6 months Portugal Oct. 3, 2014
Joao Cancelo
DF 28 years, 1 month Portugal Aug. 26, 2016
Diogo Dalot
DF 23 years, 3 months Portugal June 23, 2021
Kepler de Lima Ferreira (Pepe)
DF 39 years, 4 months Portugal Aug. 30, 2007
Domingos Duarte
DF 27 years, 3 months Portugal Sept. 6, 2020
Cédric Soares
DF 30 years, 10 months Portugal Oct. 11, 2014
Goncalo Inácio
DF 20 years, 10 months Portugal Sept. 1, 2021
Rúben Dias
DF 25 years, 1 month Portugal March 15, 2018
Nelson Semedo
DF 28 years, 7 months Portugal Oct. 2, 2015
Raphael Guerreiro
DF 28 years, 6 months Portugal Nov. 7, 2014
Nuno Mendes
DF 20 years Portugal March 24, 2021
Luis Neto
DF 34 years, 1 month Portugal Feb. 6, 2013
Otavio Monteiro
MID 27 years, 4 months Brazil Sept. 1, 2021
Joao Palhinha
MID 26 years, 12 months Portugal March 24, 2021
Bernardo Silva
MID 27 years, 11 months Portugal May 31, 2015
Joao Moutinho
MID 35 years, 10 months Portugal Aug. 17, 2005
William Carvalho
MID 30 years, 3 months Portugal Nov. 19, 2013
Matheus Nunes
MID 23 years, 10 months Brazil Oct. 9, 2021
Rúben Neves
MID 25 years, 3 months Portugal Nov. 10, 2015
Renato Sanches
MID 24 years, 10 months Portugal March 18, 2016
Danilo Pereira
MID 30 years, 10 months Portugal March 31, 2015
Sérgio Oliveira
MID 9 years, 3 months Portugal Sept. 6, 2018
Pedro Neto
MID 22 years, 3 months Portugal Nov. 11, 2020
Bruno Fernandes
MID 27 years, 10 months Portugal Aug. 28, 2017
Goncalo Guedes
FW 25 years, 7 months Portugal Nov. 6, 2015
Diogo Jota
FW 25 years, 7 months Portugal June 5, 2019
Rafael Leao
FW - Unknown Oct. 9, 2021
Pedro Goncalves
FW 24 years Portugal June 4, 2020
Francisco Trincao
FW 19 years, 7 months Portugal Sept. 6, 2020
André Silva
FW 26 years, 8 months Portugal March 25, 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo
FW 37 years, 5 months Portugal March 25, 2017
Rafa Silva
FW 29 years, 1 month Portugal Feb. 28, 2014
Joao Mario Neto Lopes
FW 22 years, 6 months Portugal Sept. 1, 2021
Joao Felix
FW 22 years, 7 months Portugal June 5, 2019