The new stadiums that Portugal built for the Euro 2004 Championships were of great architectural beauty. Unfortunately, these stunning stadiums failed to attract new crowds and a decade later some stand barely used and others struggle to fill a third of the seats. That is, with the exception of Portugal’s top three, who continue to thrive and offer a great matchday experience for the visitor.

CityClubStadiumCap.
Aveiro--Estadio Municipal de Aveiro32,830
BragaSC BragaEstadio Municipal de Braga30,154
CoimbraAcademica de CoimbraEstadio EFAPEL Cidade de Coimbra29,622
Cruz Quebrada--Estadio Nacional37,500
Faro-Loule--Estadio Algarve30,305
FunchalCS MaritimoEstadio do Maritimo10,600
GuimaraesVitoria SCEstadio D. Afonso Henriques30,000
Leiria--Estadio Municipal de Leiria23,164
LisbonOs BelenensesEstadio do Restelo25,000
LisbonSL BenficaEstadio da Luz64,400
LisbonSporting Clube do PortugalEstadio Jose Alvalade50,049
Moreira de ConegosMoreirense FCEstádio Com. Joaq. de Almeida Freitas6,153
PortoBoavista FCEstadio do Bessa XXI28,263
PortoFC PortoEstadio do Dragao50,431