03 December 2021, 23h15
Estádio da Luz
90'+7' The derby ends at Estádio da Luz. Benfica-Sporting, 1-3.
90'+6' GOAL FROM BENFICA! Pizzi scores. 1-3 at Estádio da Luz.
90'+3' Substitutions Sporting: Ugarte and Pedro Gonçalves are replaced by Nuno Santos and Daniel Bragança.
90' 7 minutes of added time.
89' Yellow card for Taarabt.
86' Substitutions Benfica: Everton and Darwin come off, Pizzi and Gonçalo Ramos come on.
84' Substitution Sporting: Sarabia out, Tiago Tomás in.
80' Darwin puts the ball in the goal, but it is disallowed for offside.
74' Substitutions Benfica: Weigl and André Almeida come out, Taarabt and Gilberto come on.
73' Yellow card for Esgaio.
68' Goal from Sporting. Matheus Nunes scores. 0-3 at Estádio da Luz.
62' Goal from Sporting. Paulinho scores. 0-2 at Estádio da Luz.
55' Substitution Sporting: Feddal comes off, Esgaio comes on.
46' Start of the 2nd half.
46' Substitution in Benfica: Valentino out, Yaremchuk in.
45'+6' Half-time at Estádio da Luz. Benfica-Sporting, 0-1.
45'+3'' Pedro Gonçalves is yellow carded.
45'+1' Paulinho puts the ball in the back of the net, but VAR rules out for offside by 28 centimeters.
45' Three minutes of added time.
33' Yellow card for Sarabia.
27' Weigl picks up a yellow card.
22' Vertonghen sees the yellow card.
20' Yellow card for Porro.
8' Goal from Sporting. Sarabia scores. 0-1 at Estádio da Luz.
2' Yellow card for Paulinho.
1' Yellow card for Feddal for a foul on João Mário.
1' The match kicks off at Estádio da Luz.
Estádio da Luz
|Odysseas, André Almeida, Otamendi, Vertonghen, Valentino, Weigl, João Mário, Grimaldo, Everton, Rafa and Darwin|
|Helton, Gilberto, Morato, Gilberto, Meïte, Taarabt, Pizzi, Yaremchuk, Seferovic and Gonçalo Ramos|
|Adán, Neto, Gonçalo Inácio, Feddal, Pedro Porro, Ugarte, Matheus Nunes, Matheus Reis, Pedro Gonçalves, Paulinho and Sarabia|
|João Virgínia, Gonçalo Esteves, Ricardo Esgaio, Nazinho, Daniel Bragança, Dário Essugo, Tabata, Nuno Santos and Tiago Tomás|
|Goals from Benfica|
Goalkeepers: Odysseas and Helton;
Defenders: Gilberto, Vertonghen, Otamendi, André Almeida, Morato, Grimaldo and Valentino;
Midfielders: Julian Weigl, Meïte, Pizzi, Adel Taarabt, Everton, Rafa and João Mário;
Forwards: Seferovic, Gonçalo Ramos, Yaremchuk and Darwin.
Two-time champions pay tribute to Casas Benfica
The women’s football team of Benfica concluded this Sunday afternoon, May 15, after the game from Matchday 13 of the final stage against Famalicão (2-2), with a symbolic tribute to all the Casas Benfica. At Club’s Embassy in Paredes, the two-time national champions presented the trophy, took some pictures with the fans and signed autographs.
The exterior decoration of the pavilions has been inaugurated
Benfica inaugurated this Sunday, May 15, the exterior decoration of indoor sports next to the pavilions of the Luz Sports Complex. The ceremony was attended by vice-president Fernando Tavares, who described the space, speaking to BTV, as "an encounter with history and the recognition of all those who projected the various Benfica sports to a national and international level". Here are the best images from the morning.
15th National Meeting of the Benfica Soccer Schools
After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the National Meetings of Sport Lisboa e Benfica Soccer Schools are back and the weekend of May 14 and 15 will be unforgettable for the nearly 5700 youngsters, born between 2007 and 2018, participating in the 15th edition. Between the Cathedral's pitch and the Artificial Turf pitch, 1276 matches will be played, with 50 schools - including from the islands of Madeira and the Azores - divided into 577 teams, fulfilling the dream of playing at Estádio da Luz. On display for the youngsters is the UEFA Youth League trophy, the first in the Club's history. Here are the best images from the weekend.
Winning the national title
Historic! 29 years later, Benfica's women's handball team is once again the National Champion, winning the 8th title in the Club's history. In the match against Juve Lis, on matchday 23, the eagles won by 23-27. Here are the best images of the match and the celebration.
Behind the scenes of the victory in Paços de Ferreira
Henrique Araújo, with two goals scored in his debut as a starter in the first team, was one of the youngsters nurtured at Benfica that played in the match from gameweek 34 of the Liga Bwin in Paços de Ferreira, where the Glorioso finished the 2021/22 season with a win (0-2). Tomás Araújo, Morato, Sandro Cruz, Paulo Bernardo, Tiago Gouveia (debut as a starter), the debutants Martim Neto e Diego Moreira and Diogo Gonçalves completed the contingent of athletes nurtured at the Club used in this match in Capital do Móvel, one more marked by the tireless support of the Benfica fans.