The Estádio da Luz, officially named Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, is a multi-purpose stadium in Lisbon, Portugal. It is used mainly for association football matches, hosting the home games of Portuguese club S.L. Benfica, its owner. It was constructed in 2003 with a 65,000-person capacity to hold some of the most important events of EURO 2004, including the championship game. Later, it also hosted the Champions League finals in 2014 and 2020. Enter the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica with a guide and explore areas of the stadium that are ordinarily off-limits. This stadium also houses The Cosme Damio Benfica Museum, which unites the major historical topics of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, the city of Lisbon, and the entire world. This cultural facility was dedicated in 2013 and given the name 'Cosme Damio,' who is regarded as the 'father' of the club and one of the indispensable individuals in the background of Sport Lisboa e Benfica. The Museum's four thousand square meters, distributed across three levels, are divided into 29 themed zones, where technology and engagement are significant resources. In addition, a thousand or more artworks on exhibit depict the nation's passion. How to explore the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica? - Visit the largest stadium in Portugal on a guided tour packed with the information where you get to follow the footsteps of the renowned S.L. Benfica players as you learn about their accomplishments! - Visit the VIP areas, stroll through the players' tunnel, peek inside the visitors' bathhouse, take a picture with the eagle, pretend to be the coach in the press room, experience what it's like to be a player on the field, and learn everything there is to know about the Benfica teams during this trip. - You may learn about and remember the people, accomplishments, and trophies that made the club a leader in international sports by paying a visit to the Museum. The Museum also has holograms of Eusébio, audiovisual touchscreens, a section with photos of Benfica supporters, and an elevator encircled by video walls with words and pictures of benfiquistas. This portion takes you to the building's geodesic dome, where a short movie about the club's history is shown.
Avenida Eusebio da Silva Ferreira, Lisbon 1500-313 Portugal