The 2014 FIFA World Cup will see the Portugal national soccer team compete to win the championship. This is a team that has emerged third and fourth in the World Cup and is currently ranked as the fourth best worldwide. It is home to some of the most successful and celebrated players in soccer, including Cristiano Ronaldo, the team's current captain, and Luis Figo. UEFA European Football Championship runners–up, they have defeated many a powerful team and can be seen live this year in Brazil after buying Portugal tickets.
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One of the thirty two teams playing in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, taking place in Brazil, is the Portugal national soccer team. Without doubt one of the most competitive in the world, it is currently ranked fourth worldwide by FIFA and is a member of the Federacao Portugueza de Futebol. It is part of the UEFA confederation, with Paulo Bento as the head coach. Cristiano Ronaldo is the team's captain, as well as the team's top scorer with forty nine goals. Luis Figo holds the record for the most caps, at one hundred and twenty seven. The team plays at the Estadio da Luz and has been ranked third worldwide by FIFA twice. This year, in Brazil with Portugal tickets fans can see the matches live in the country's twelve stadiums.
Portugal's first international match took place in 1921 and saw it face Spain's national soccer team. The team's biggest wins have been against Liechtenstein twice and Kuwait once, defeating both by 8–0. Since 1966, the team has played in six different FIFA World Cups and was ranked third in the tournament during its first appearance. Portugal has also appeared six times in the UEFA European Football Championship and has emerged as the runners–up once, in 2004. They have made it to the FIFA World Cup semi–finals twice and have spawned some of the best soccer players in the world.
Some of the most famous Portuguese soccer players include Ricardo Carvalho, Vitor Baía, Luís Figo, Pauleta, Nuno Gomes, Ricardo Quaresma, Rui Costa, Nani,João Moutinho, Raul Meireles Deco, and Cristiano Ronaldo. These are names synonymous with awesome soccer and each has helped the team win many a game. Added to being ranked third and fourth in the FIFA World Cup, Portugal has also emerged as the runner–up once in the UEFA European Championship and made it to the semi–finals three times, most recently in 2012. The Portuguese national soccer team has also won the award for the FIFA World Cup Most Entertaining Team.
Portugal's team holds several FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championship world records. Portuguese player Eusebio holds the record for the Most Goals Scored in one World Cup, at nine. Similarly, two players of the team, Simao Sabrosa and Cristiano Ronaldo hold the record for the Most Matches Played in the FIFA World Cup, at eleven. Nuno Gomes holds the record for the Most Goals Scored in one European Championship, at four. He also holds the record for the Most Goals Scored in European Championships Finals, at six, a feat he managed to do three different times. Cristiano Ronaldo also holds the same record at six goals and also managed to do so three times.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Figo and Nuno Gomes hold the world record for most European Championship finals matches played in and are players to catch playing live this year after ordering Portugal tickets.
Portugal Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Portugal tickets is $172. The date and location for this event is 5-Jun-19 at Dragao Stadium, Porto. The minimum get-in price for Portugal tickets is $172.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|UEFA Nations League: Portugal vs. Switzerland||Porto||5-Jun-19||$172||$172|
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