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What is Campo de Benfica?

Campo de Benfica was a football grass field in Lisbon, Portugal. After Benfica absorbed Desportos de Benfica on 17 September 1916, it started using as headquarters, the facilities in Avenida Gomes Pereira, in the back there was a football field since 1914 which was used by some clubs in Lisbon which did not have their own, like GS Cruz Quebrada.

What does Benfica stand for?

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. Benfica are nicknamed As Águias (The Eagles), for the symbol atop the clubs crest, and Os Encarnados (The Reds), for the shirt colour.

Why be a member of Benfica?

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What is a Casas do Benfica?

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. In recent years, benfiquistas have celebrated league titles with the team at the Marquis of Pombal Square in Lisbon.

Where is Benfica located?

Located in northern Lisbon, Benfica is west of São Domingos de Benfica, Carnide, and Campolide, north of Belém, Ajuda, and Alcântara, and directly east of Lisbons border with Amadora. The population in 2011 was 36,985,

What does Benfica campus stand for?

Benfica Campus (formerly Caixa Futebol Campus ), also known as centro de estágio e formação do Seixal, is the training ground and youth academy of Portuguese football club Benfica.

What is a Casas do Benfica?

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. In recent years, benfiquistas have celebrated league titles with the team at the Marquis of Pombal Square in Lisbon.

What was Benfica’s first stadium?

Benfica moved to their first football grass field, Campo de Sete Rios, in 1913. Four years later, after refusing an increase in rent, they relocated to Campo de Benfica. 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.

Why join the Benfica family membership?

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What does Benfica stand for?

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. Benfica are nicknamed As Águias (The Eagles), for the symbol atop the clubs crest, and Os Encarnados (The Reds), for the shirt colour.

What is Benficas history in Portugal?

Founded on 28 February 1904 as Sport Lisboa, Benfica is one of the Big Three clubs in Portugal that have never been relegated from the Primeira Liga, along with rivals Sporting CP and FC Porto.

How is the president of Benfica elected?

The members of Benfica, who are called sócios, democratically elect the club president for a four-year term (three years until 2010) by voting in each candidate list, forming the highest governing body of the club. They also participate in general assemblies, submit proposals, take part in discussions, and so forth.

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