07 May 2019, 11h01
2022/23 Pre-season: Sunday of physical tests
After the kickoff in 2022/23 given yesterday, Saturday, this Sunday the work of this new era continues, with physical tests. The eagles' football day started early in Benfica Campus, with the athletes being divided by groups, and will continue...
Women's Roller hockey
It is the ninth in a row, it is historic and it is ours!
Benfica's women's roller hockey team became nine-time national champions this Saturday, June 25, after beating Sporting in game 2 of the National Championship play-off final. Cata Flores scored a brace and assisted Marlene Sousa for the 3-2 score. See here the best images of the red celebration...
Photos, gratitude and recognition!
The autograph session of SL Benfica's women's futsal team took place this Saturday, June 25, after the conquest of an unprecedented and historic fifth national title in a row. Here are the best images...
3, 2, 1... Welcome to the pre-season!
And so begins the preparation for the 2022/23 season of Benfica's professional football team! The day started early with medical exams at Hospital da Luz, where, divided by groups, the athletes will be submitted to clinical evaluations throughout the day. João Mário, Pizzi, Gilberto, André Almeida, Rafa, Gil Dias, Grimaldo, Diogo Gonçalves, Chiquinho, Samuel Soares, Meïte, Weigl, Rodrigo Pinho and Lucas Veríssimo were present in the first phase. In the afternoon Henrique Araújo, Tiago Gouveia, Paulo Bernardo, Florentino, António Silva, Tomás Araújo, André Gomes, Martim Neto, Helton, Morato, Diego Moreira, Bah, Neres, Musa, and Ristic attended.
David Neres: presentation
At the age of 25, David Neres joins Sport Lisboa e Benfica! In the presence of the President Rui Costa, the Brazilian international winger signed a five-year contract (until 2027) this Monday, June 20.
Fifth league title in a row in pictures
With a 0-1 win against Nun'Álvares, Benfica's women's futsal team achieved the unprecedented feat of winning the Fifth National title in a row. In game 4 of the play-off final, Dricas was pivotal in Fafe and for the 2021/22 title, which joins those achieved in 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19 and 2020/21.