Jose alvalade stadium

jose alvalade stadium

How to get to Estádio José Alvalade?

Estádio José Alvalade is located in the north of the city of Lisbon, about 7 kilometres from Lisbon’s historic centre and only two kilometres from Lisbon’s other major stadium, Estádio da Luz. The stadium lies next to the E1 motorway. Take exit 5 Campo Grande to get to the stadium.

What is the history of Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon?

Estádio José Alvalade is a football stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, home of Sporting Clube de Portugal. It was built adjacent to the site of the older stadium. The stadium is named after José Alvalade, the founder and first club member of Sporting CP in the early twentieth century. The previous José Alvalade Stadium was opened on 10 June 1956.

What is Alvalade Stadium like?

It is located within a complex called Alvalade XXI, which also features a shopping centre, a cinema with twelve screens, a health club and an office building. The stadium was only supposed to have a capacity of 40,000 when it was first designed, but it ended up being able to hold over 50,000.

How to get to the Estadio de Portugal?

The Segunda Circular, a major ring road of Lisbon, runs close by and the stadium can be reached via the exit Estádio de Alvalade. There are several car parks around the stadium. It is a relatively short distance (3 km) from Lisbons biggest stadium, the Estádio da Luz, homeground of rivals S.L. Benfica .

What is the exact location of the Alvalade Stadium?

/  38.7611944°N 9.1607833°W  / 38.7611944; -9.1607833 Estádio José Alvalade is a football stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, home of Sporting Clube de Portugal. It was built adjacent to the site of the older stadium. The stadium is named after José Alvalade, the founder and first club member of Sporting CP in the early twentieth century.

What makes Sporting Lisbon’s José Alvalade Stadium unique?

The José Alvalade Stadium is one of the grounds built for the purpose of hosting Euro 2004. It has been able to offer Sporting Lisbon a modern home that is capable of taking in more than 50,000 fans. Just like many other continental grounds built for hosting football, this stadium has a bowl style with four stands and two tiers.

What are the stands at Estádio José alvalad?

Estádio José Alvalad is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West. Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium. Away fans are housed within the north-west corner of the stadium across sections A9, A11, B7, B9, B11, and B13 for disabled supporters.

How to get to Jose alvadade Stadium?

The Jose Alvadade stadium is conveniently located next to the metro station, Campo Grande. I traveled by metro from the 1908 Lisboa hotel direct from Intendente station. The metro journey from historic Lisbon takes about 15 minutes. You buy your tickets close to the museum entrance (above) not from the club shop.

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