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Portugal national football team

On 18 December 1921 in Madrid, Portugal lost 1-3 it's first international game against Spain football team. Until now 656 Portugal national team matches were held.

Portugal qualified for 7 World Cup finals, the team's biggest success was the third place in 1966.

European Championship winner 2016, finalist 2004.

Portugal national football team all-time record

WP
60.3
P
656
W
319
D
153
L
184
GF
1114
GA
748
GF/P
1.698
GA/P
1.140
Av attendance
30 862
WP - winning percentage, P - played, W - wins, D - draws, L - losses, GF - goals for, GA - goals against, Av - average

Portugal football results by competition

Competition
Played
Won
Drawn
Lost
Goals For
Goals Against
Winning Percentage
30
14
6
10
49
35
56.7
149
83
35
31
284
146
67.5
115
66
26
23
216
107
68.7
5
3
2
0
9
3
80.0
18
11
4
3
32
11
72.2
Friendly matches and other tournaments
300
123
70
107
468
408
52.7
all-time Portugal national football team record:
656
319
153
184
1114
748
60.3
All-time Portugal results by date
1
18 Dec 1921 15:00

Madrid, Campo de la calle O`Donnell

Friendly International
2
17 Dec 1922 14:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
3
16 Dec 1923 15:00

Seville, Avenida de la Reina Victoria

Friendly International
4
17 May 1925 16:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
5
18 Jun 1925 18:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
6
24 Jan 1926 15:00

Porto, Campo do Ameal

Friendly International
7
18 Apr 1926 15:00 (+1:00)

Toulouse, Stade des Ponts Jumeaux

Friendly International
8
26 Dec 1926

Porto, Campo do Ameal

Friendly International
9
16 Mar 1927 16:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
10
17 Apr 1927 15:00 (+1:00)

Turin, Stadio Via Filadelfia

Friendly International
11
29 May 1927 17:30 (+1:00)

Madrid, Estadio Metropolitano de Madrid

Friendly International
12
08 Jan 1928 14:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
13
01 Apr 1928 14:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
14
15 Apr 1928 15:30

Porto, Campo do Ameal

Friendly International
15
29 Apr 1928 15:00 (+1:00)

Paris, Parc des Princes

Friendly International
16
27 May 1928 15:00 (+1:20)

Amsterdam, Olympisch Stadion

IX. Olympic Games Final Tournament 1928, Classification matches
17
29 May 1928 16:00 (+1:20)

Amsterdam, Het Nederlandsche Sportpark (Het Oude Stadion)

IX. Olympic Games Final Tournament 1928, First round
18
04 Jun 1928 19:00 (+1:20)

Amsterdam, Olympisch Stadion

IX. Olympic Games Final Tournament 1928, Quarterfinal
19
17 Mar 1929 16:00

Seville, Estadio de la Exposición

Friendly International
20
24 Mar 1929 15:00

Colombes, Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir

Friendly International
21
01 Dec 1929 14:30 (+1:00)

Milan, Stadio San Siro

Friendly International
22
12 Jan 1930 14:00

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
23
23 Feb 1930 15:15

Porto, Campo do Ameal

Friendly International
24
08 Jun 1930 16:00 (+1:00)

Deurne, Bosuilstadion

Friendly International
25
30 Nov 1930 15:00

Porto, Campo do Ameal

Friendly International
26
12 Apr 1931 16:00 (+1:00)

Porto, Campo do Ameal

Friendly International
27
31 May 1931 15:30 (+1:00)

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
28
03 May 1932 17:30 (+1:00)

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
29
29 Jan 1933 15:00

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
30
02 Apr 1933 16:30

Vigo, Estadio Municipal de Balaídos

Friendly International
31
11 Mar 1934 16:00

Chamartín de la Rosa, Estadio Chamartín

1934 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
32
18 Mar 1934 16:00

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

1934 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
33
05 May 1935 16:45 (+1:00)

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
34
26 Jan 1936 15:00

Porto, Estádio do Lima

Friendly International
35
27 Feb 1936 16:30

Lisbon, Estádio do Lumiar

Friendly International
36
28 Nov 1937 15:00

Vigo, Estadio Municipal de Balaídos

Friendly International
37
09 Jan 1938 15:00

Lisbon, Estádio José Manuel Soares (das Salesias)

Friendly International
38
30 Jan 1938 15:00

Lisbon, Estádio José Manuel Soares (das Salesias)

Friendly International
39
24 Apr 1938 15:00 (+1:00)

Frankfurt am Main, Waldstadion

Friendly International
40
01 May 1938 16:00 (+1:00)

Milan, Arena Civica

1938 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 5
41
06 Nov 1938 15:00 (+1:00)

Lausanne, Stade Olympique de La Pontaise

Friendly International

Portugal national football team records and stats

8:0
Biggest victory (achieved on 3 occasions, most recently 11 November 2003 vs Kuwait)
0:10
Heaviest defeat (5 May 1947 vs England)
9
Most consecutive victories (6 June 1966 vs Norway - 7 July 1966 vs North Korea)
19
Most consecutive matches without defeat (3 March 2005 vs Canada - 7 July 2006 vs England, 2 February 2009 vs Finland - 6 June 2010 vs Brazil)
4
Most consecutive draws (6 June 2007 vs Kuwait* - 9 September 2007 vs Serbia, 11 November 2018 vs Italy - 3 March 2019 vs Serbia)
21
Most consecutive matches without a draw (6 June 2014 vs Ghana - 6 June 2016 vs Estonia)
13
Most consecutive matches without victory (5 May 1949 vs Rep. of Ireland - 9 September 1953 vs Austria)
7
Most consecutive defeats (6 June 1957 vs Brazil - 5 May 1959 vs Sweden, 6 June 1961 vs Argentina - 11 November 1962 vs Bulgaria)
17
Most consecutive matches scoring (7 July 2006 vs Germany - 11 November 2007 vs Armenia)
4
Most consecutive matches without scoring (12 December 1996 vs Germany - 3 March 1997 vs Northern Ireland)
17
Most consecutive matches conceding a goal (2 February 1949 vs Italy - 11 November 1953 vs South Africa)
8
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (10 October 1998 vs Slovakia - 8 August 1999 vs Andorra)
External sources

pasaru - posted on 7 January 2017 at 10:51:50

List of results → www.fpf.pt

Portugal football association

Portuguese Football Federation
(native: Federação Portuguesa de Futebol)

Most caps for Portugal
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (2003 - 2022) - 191 caps
2. João Moutinho (2005 - 2022) - 146 caps
3. Pepe (2007 - 2022) - 128 caps
4. Luís Figo (1991 - 2006) - 127 caps
5. Nani (2006 - 2017) - 112 caps
Most goals for Portugal
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (2003 - 2022) - 117 goals
2. Pauleta (1997 - 2006) - 47 goals
3. Eusébio (1961 - 1973) - 41 goals
4. Luís Figo (1991 - 2006) - 32 goals
5. Nuno Gomes (1996 - 2011) - 29 goals
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