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Estádio Nacional: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The Estadio Nacional, often referred to as Jamor, is Portugal's national stadium. It is used for the annual Portuguese Cup final only these days.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

It is a beautiful stadium, with a capacity of just over 30,000 people, which is quite small for a national stadium. The Estádio Nacional Jamor is Portugal's national stadium, and it only gets used for the annual Portuguese Cup final these days. It's a beautiful stadium with a capacity of just over 30,000 people, which is quite small for a national stadium. The National Stadium was built to provide the country with a new flagship venue for sports and other public events. Construction started in 1939 and took a total of five years. It officially opened on the 10th of June 1944.

The stadium has hosted its first cup final in 1946 and it continues to do so up to today.

The stadium was almost half-empty, but the atmosphere was electric. Celtic captain Billy McNeill led his team out onto the pitch, seemingly unaffected by the fact that they were facing their biggest rivals. The majority of Inter's fans stayed behind in the stands, venting their anger on the Celtic players. In 1967, Estádio Nacional hosted the European Cup final between Celtic and Inter (2-1). The stadium was nearly half-empty, but the atmosphere was electric. Celtic captain Billy McNeill led his team out onto the pitch, seeming unaffected by the fact that they were facing their biggest rivals. The majority of Inter's fans stayed behind in the stands, cheering on their team with fervor.

The Portuguese FA is in the process of developing tentative plans to renovate their stadium. The status of any redevelopment is currently unknown, though.

(photos of the present Estadio Nacional below)

How to get to Estadio Nacional

The Estádio Nacional is located in the Oeiras municipality west of Lisbon. It lies about 12 kilometers west of Lisbon's historic center, 5.5 kilometers from the Belém area, and about a kilometre inland from the Atlantic coast. Tram 776 from Algés can be reached with stop Cruz Quebrada, which is a 10-15 minute walk from Estádio Nacional. Take the tram from Algés to reach tram 15E which can take you to Lisbon's historic centre or Belém.

A popular alternative to travelling from Lisbon's historic centre is taking a train to Cascais and then getting off at Cruz de Quebrada. Trains departing from Cais do Sodré station regularly go to Cascais, though be sure to select one that stops in Cruz de Quebrada as not all do. The journey takes only 8 minutes.

Address: Av. Pierre de Coubertin, Cruz Quebrada - Oeiras

Relevant Internet links

The official website of Centro Desportivo Nacional de Jamor is www.jamor.idesporto.pt . The official tourism website of Lisbon is www.lisboa.com . Carris provides information on Lisbon's bus and tram services at cp.pt . The dry moat and old running track between the crowd and the pitch made it far from the action. However, the quality of football from the home team was good, Belenenses winning easily 4-0. The attendance seemed around 2000 people, all in one area, so there was little atmosphere. Although the fans tried their best, there wasn't much atmosphere in the stadium.

However, the quality of football from the home team was really good. Belenenses won easily 4-0. The attendance seemed around 2-3000, all in one area, so there wasn't much atmosphere, though the fans tried their best.

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