Women's Roller hockey
25 June 2022, 21h25
| Cata Flores 22'
Cata Flores 32'
Marlene Sousa 42'
|Sofia Moncóvio 7'
Sofia Moncóvio 19'
The team under Paulo Almeida started the season with the 1st place in the South series of the 1st phase of the National Championship with seven win and one draw (22 points). In the 2nd phase, again the 1st place, with 13 win and one draw (40 points). In the play-offs, the reds saw off Stuart Massamá in the quarter-finals and CACO in the semi-finals. In the final, two wins over Sporting made Benfica lift the trophy!
|Maria Vieira, Beatriz Figueiredo, Raquel Santos, Marlene Sousa and Maria Sofia Silva|
|Marta Benfeitas, Sofia Contreiras, Cata Flores, Maca Ramos and Inês Severino|
|Cláudia Vicente, Sofia Moncóvio, Inês Vieira, Ana Catarina Ferreira and Rita Lopes|
|Alice Vicente, Inês Açoreira, Margarida Florêncio, Rita Batista and Rute Lopes|
Benfica: Cata Flores (22' e 32') and Marlene Sousa (42'); Sporting: Sofia Moncóvio (7' and 19')
Confidence and motivation on the day before the Champions League play-off
The first 15 minutes of Benfica training session were open to press at Miejski im Wladyslawa Króla Stadium, and the striker Gonçalo Ramos was the only player out (gym work). Confidence and motivation are the keywords among the squad.
Departure for Lodz
The professional football team of SL Benfica traveled, this Tuesday morning, August 16, to Lodz, in Poland, to face Dynamo Kyiv next Wednesday at 8 pm, in the 1st leg of the Champions League Play-off. Still this Tuesday there is a press conference with the coach Roger Schmidt and a player (5:15 pm), followed by a training session, also at Miejski im Wladyslawa Króla Stadium (6 pm), with the first 15 open to Press.
Images of the Casa Pia-Benfica match... with Chalana in memory!
Benfica beat Casa Pia, by 0-1, on matchday 2 of the Liga Bwin, a match marked by many tributes to Fernando Chalana. Before the starting whistle, a minute of silence converted into a monumental round of applause, players wearing black armbands and all with the Little Genius' name printed on the back of their jerseys.
Eternal Little Genius!
The ceremony honoring Fernando Chalana, the Little Genius, took place this Friday, August 12, at Estádio da Luz. Previously, Chalana's body had been in state in the Basílica da Estrela, from where the funeral procession departed. Filled with emotion and symbolism, this last farewell had the massive presence of supporters, Governing Bodies, Professional Football, Youth Football, athletes from the various sports of the Club and other personalities from the universe of Sport Lisboa e Benfica. Thank You, Chalana!
A heartfelt tribute to Chalana
Fernando Chalana's body lies in state in the Basílica da Estrela, in Lisbon, since late this Thursday afternoon, August 11. President Rui Costa, members of Sport Lisboa e Benfica's governing bodies, former teammates, and other figures from the universe of the Club and Portuguese society were present at the wake. The exequies continue on Friday, with the celebration of a mass at 2:15 pm, followed by a funeral procession to Estádio da Luz, where the stands will be open for a heartfelt tribute to Chalana (3:30 pm).
Thank you, Little Genius!
One of the most talented, bewildering, and exciting football players in the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, Fernando Chalana wore the Sacred Mantle for a total of 13 seasons (1974/75-1983/84 and 1987/88-1989/90). The Little Genius, who made his official debut for the first team on March 7, 1976, aged only 17 years and 25 days (at that time, no one so young had ever played in the Portuguese 1st Division), was six times National Champion with an eagle on his chest and also won two Portuguese Cups, two Super Cups, and three Honor Cups. Before his 18th birthday, Chalana, who would become one of the legends of the National Team, made his first international appearance for Portugal on November 17, 1976, at Estádio da Luz.