Presentation on theme: "Portugal National Sport. Football in Portugal National Competitions International Competitions."— Presentation transcript:
Portugal National Sport
Football in Portugal
National Competitions International Competitions
National Competitions First League Cup of Portugal Super Cup Cândido de Oliveira League Cup
History of National Competitions
First League Created in 1934; Its name was not always the same; Five different winners; The national competition gives access to the international competitions.
Cup of Portugal Created in 1938; Eleven different winners; The national competition gives access to the international competitions.
Super cup Cândido de Oliveira Created in 1980; Five different winners; Its a match between the winner of the first league and the winner of the Cup of Portugal.
League cup Created in 2007; Two different winners; It already had two different names.
Team titles Only two clubs with international titles in Europe.
Sport Lisboa e Benfica UEFA Champions League twice. 1960/ /62
Futebol Clube do Porto UEFA Champions League twice. UEFA Cup once (now called Europe League) UEFA Super Cup (1987)
FIFA Best Player of the Year Two Portuguese won it: Luís Figo (2001)Cristiano Ronaldo (2008)
Golden Ball Three Portuguese won it: Luís Figo (2000) Cristiano Ronaldo (2008) Eusébio (1965)
Golden Boot The first winner was Portuguese, Eusébio (1967) Three Portuguese won it: EusébioFernando GomesCristiano Ronaldo
José Mourinho UEFA coach of the year (1): 2003; UEFA team of the year, coach of the year (3): 2003, 2004, 2005; Onze d'Or, European coach of the year (1): 2005; IFFHS Best Coach of the Year (3): 2004, 2005, 2010; Best Coach of the Year (World Soccer) (3): 2004, 2005, 2010;
BBC Sports Personality of the year, Coach of the Year (1): 2005; FA Premier League Coach of the Year (2): , ; Fa Premier League Coach of the month: November 2004, January 2005, March 2007; Oscar del calcio, Coach of the Year (1): 2009; Balon dOr of FIFA – Coach of the year (1): 2010.
World Titles FC Porto won two Intercontinental Cups (1987 and 2004)
National Team Best results: Second place in the European Championship (2004) Fourth place in the World Cup (2006)