Visit the biggest Stadium in Portugal and the Cosme Damião Museum to discover the trophies, the facts, and the names that made Sport Lisboa e Benfica a worldwide sports reference.
STADIUM - TIME AND CLOSING DAYS:
Visits to the Stadium every day from 10 am to 6 pm.
On match days at the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, visits do not take place.
Closed on December 25th and January 1st and on December 24th and 31st, open between 10 am and 2 pm.
MUSEUM - TIME AND CLOSING DAYS:
Open every day from 10 am to 6 pm
Free visit with an estimated duration between 1h and 1:30h
On match days at the Sport Lisboa e Benfica Stadium, the Museum may change its timetable, so it is suggested that you contact us to confirm availability.
Closed on January 1st and December 25th.
Sport Lisboa e Benfica
Av. Eusébio da Silva Ferreira,
1500-313 Lisboa PORTUGAL
1h-1h30 (Museum) | 45min (Stadium)
Valid for one tour. Tickets are valid for 6 months. Free entrance to children under 3 years old, with mandatory ticket presentation.
No reservation is needed. Present your voucher at Gate 17, on the day of your experience. No visits on game days.
- Mandatory mask-wearing inside the premises.
- Reduced number of visitors allowed at the same time on the premises.
- An alcohol-based antiseptic solution will be available in the hand-cleaning space.
- To keep everyone safe we fully recommend the 2-metre safety distance, the movement along the designated routes, and the maximum capacity of the marked spaces, to be respected by everyone.
- Free visits maintaining the safety distance between visitors and/or single-family groups.
- Guided tours limited to 5 people or single-family groups. Advance booking is required.
- As an alternative to the touch screens, temporarily unavailable, use your smartphone or tablet to scan the QR codes and have access to additional information.
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Museum: “The Benfica Museum - Cosme Damião brings together the great themes of the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica, the city of Lisbon and the world. A visit to the Museum allows you to discover and remember the trophies, facts and names that made this Club a bastion of world sport. Inaugurated in 2013, this cultural facility received the name "Cosme Damião", considered the “father” of the Club, one of the unavoidable figures in the history of Sport Lisboa e Benfica. With about four thousand square meters, spread over three floors, the Museum is organized into 29 thematic areas, where interactivity and technology are important resources. On display, around a thousand pieces tell the story of a country's passion. The Benfica Museum - Cosme Damião also offers a diversified program that provides new and enriching experiences for everyone who wants to participate.
Stadium: Visit Portugal's biggest stadium on this 45-minute guided tour. Follow the footsteps of the legendary SL Benfica players and learn about their achievements on a visit to the Estádio da Luz full of facts! Inaugurated in 2003 and with a capacity for 65,000 people, it was built to host some of the most important matches of EURO 2004, including the final of the competition, and later, it was also the scene of the final of the Champions League in 2014 and 2020. Accompanied by a guide, enter the Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica and see some parts of the stadium that you would not normally be able to see. See the VIP areas, walk through the players' tunnel, peek inside the visitor's bathhouse, take a photo with the eagle, put yourself in the shoes of the coach in the press room, feel like a Benfica player walking along the pitch and get to know everything about the Benfica teams during this visit.