Estádio Nacional

Estádio Nacional

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name = Estádio Nacional
nickname = Estádio do Jamor


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location = Jamor, Oeiras
broke_ground = 1939
opened = 10 June 1944
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closed =
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owner = Portuguese Football Federation
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architect = Jacobetty Rosa
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tenants = Selecção Nacional
seating_capacity = 37,593
dimensions =
The Estádio Nacional ( _en. National Stadium), also known as Estádio do Jamor, is the Portuguese national football ground. It is located in the Jamor sports complex, in Oeiras, near Lisbon. It was designed by Jacobetty Rosa and the building works started in 1939, with its inauguration happening on 10 June 1944 (Portugal Day) by the Council president António Oliveira Salazar. Its current capacity is 37,593 [ [http://www.fussballtempel.net/uefa/POR.html www.fussballtempel.net] ] .

The stadium traditionally hosts the final of the Portuguese Cup since 1946; only 5 times was this game played on other venues. In total, 52 Cup finals have been played on this ground. Many portuguese football fans believe time has taken its toll on the historic stadium, given the fact other, more modern and comfortable stadiums have been built (namely after Euro 2004) and that the final should be moved to a newer ground despite the tradition; nevertheless, the Portuguese FA has many times desmissed this possibility. The most prestigious international game ever staged at the Estádio Nacional was the 1967 European Cup final, played between Celtic F.C. and Inter Milan with the former winning by 2-1 and becoming the first British European champion team, nicknamed the "Lisbon Lions".

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