When did Portugal win World Cup?

When did Portugal win the World Cup?

Portugal have appeared in the finals of the FIFA World Cup on seven occasions, the first being in 1966 where they came third.

Matches.

Year 1966
Round Semi-final
Opponent England
Score 1–2
Scorers Eusébio

Has Portugal ever won the World Cup?

Portugal’s first participation in a major tournament finals was at the 1966 World Cup, which saw a team featuring Ballon d’Or winner Eusébio finish in third place.

Portugal national football team.

FIFA ranking
World Cup
Appearances 7 (first in 1966)
Best result Third place (1966)
European Championship

How many cups have Portugal won?

With a combined eleven trophies won to date, the measure of success by Portuguese clubs in international competition is as follows: four European Cup/UEFA Champions League, two UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, one European Cup Winners’ Cup, one UEFA Intertoto Cup, one UEFA Super Cup and two Intercontinental Cup/Toyota Cup.

Is Portugal safe?

Portugal is not dangerous for tourists. The only thing you’ll have to watch out for is pickpocketing and petty crime. Apart from that, Portugal is considered an incredibly safe country, especially for tourists.

Which countries won the World Cup?

World Cup History

Year Host Champion
2018 Russia France
2014 Brazil Germany
2010 South Africa Spain
2006 Germany Italy
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Has Portugal won any trophy?

The Portuguese player has won the Champions League five times – four times with Real Madrid and once with Manchester United.

Number of domestic trophies won by Cristiano Ronaldo as of 2020, by competition.

Characteristic Number of titles
Portuguese Super Cup 1

Which is the best football club in Portugal?

The Big Three (Portuguese: Os Três Grandes) is the nickname of the three most successful football clubs in Portugal. The teams of S.L. Benfica and Sporting CP, both from Lisbon, and of FC Porto, from Porto, have a great rivalry and are usually the main contenders for the Primeira Liga title.

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