Your question: How many trophies has 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.

What major trophies has Portugal won?

Fernando Santos era and Euro 2016 win

  • Euro 2016.
  • 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup.
  • 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • 2018–19 UEFA Nations League.

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.

Who was the worst football player ever?

Lisch’s rather bad NFL career caused him to receive the “honor” as the worst player in NFL history from sports blog Deadspin in 2011, saying: “Sure, Leaf and Russell were bigger busts. Lisch, after all, was a fourth-round pick who had backed up Joe Montana at Notre Dame.

Who is the dangerous player in football?

What (and Who) Constitutes a Striker?

Player Team Age
Lionel Messi Barcelona 25
Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 28
Gareth Bale Tottenham Hotspur 23
Thomas Muller Bayern Munich 23

Who is the No 1 football player in the world?

10. Erling Haaland

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1 Lionel Messi 865
2 Cristiano Ronaldo 1008
3 Neymar 501
4 Robert Lewandowski 698

Do people speak English in Portugal?

Approximately 32% of Portuguese people can speak and understand English, while 24% can speak and understand French. Despite Spanish being mutually intelligible in a sense that most Portuguese understand it written and/or spoken, only 9% of the Portuguese population can speak it fluently.

Can I drink the water in Portugal?

It’s generally safe and healthy to drink the public tap water across Portugal. Get a water filter such as TAPP 2 to improve the taste and reduce the risk of contaminants. Avoid plastic bottled water in Portugal as most plastic doesn’t get properly recycled.

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