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Portugal World Cup Football Team

The Portugal national football team represents Portugal in international men's association football competition since 1921. It is controlled by the Portuguese Football Federation, the governing body for football in Portugal.

Portugal's first participation in a major tournament finals, at the 1966 FIFA World Cup, saw a team featuring famed striker Eusébio finish in third place. The next two times Portugal qualified for the World Cup finals were in 1986 and 2002, going out in the first round both times. Portugal also made it to the semi-finals of the UEFA Euro 1984 final tournament, losing 3-2 after extra time to the hosts and eventual winners France. The team reached the semi-finals of Euro 2000, the 2006 World Cup and Euro 2012, as well as the final of Euro 2004, the latter on home soil. At Euro 2016, Portugal won its first ever major trophy, defeating hosts France 1-0 after extra time, with the winning goal scored by Eder. With the win, Portugal qualified and made its first appearance in the FIFA Confederations Cup held in Russia, where they finished third.

The team's home stadium is the Estádio Nacional, in Oeiras, although most of their home games are frequently played in other stadia across the country. The current head coach is Fernando Santos and the captain is Cristiano Ronaldo, who holds the team records for most caps and goals.

Portugal will be playing in Group B with Spain, Morocco and the Iran.


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World Cup record
  • 1930 - Did not enter
  • 1934 to 1962 - Did not qualify
  • 1966 - Third place
  • 1970 to 1982 - Did not qualify
  • 1986 - Round 1
  • 1990 to 1998 - Did not qualify
  • 2002 - Round 1
  • 2006 - Fourth place
  • 2010 - Round 2
  • 2014 - Round 1
European Championship record
  • 1960 to 1980 - Did not qualify
  • 1984 - Semifinals
  • 1988 - Did not qualify
  • 1992 - Did not qualify
  • 1996 - Quarterfinals
  • 2000 - Semifinals
  • 2004 - Runners-up
  • 2008 - Quarterfinals
  • 2012 - Semifinals
  • 2012 - Winner

This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia.

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