Estádio de São Luís
Estadio de São Luís is a multi-use stadium in Faro, Portugal. It is used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of S.C. Farense. The stadium is able to hold 15,000 people and opened in 1922. It was used continuously by Farense between 1924, when it became the main tenant of the stadium, and 2004, when the club moved to the newly built Algarve Stadium. Farense has been playing back at the renovated São Luís since 2013.
Portugal national football teamEdit
The following national team matches were held in the stadium.
|1.||16 November 1977||4–0||Cyprus||World Cup 1978 qualification|
|2.||12 February 1992||2–0||Netherlands||Friendly|
|3.||10 February 1993||1–1||Norway||Friendly|
|4.||15 August 2001||3–0||Moldova||Friendly|
- Leões de Faro Blog - History of SC Farense: http://leoesdefaro.blogspot.pt/2010/09/historia.html
- SulInformação, 28-4-2013 - "Estádio de São Luís encheu para ver o Farense subir à II Liga": http://www.sulinformacao.pt/2013/04/estadio-de-sao-luis-encheu-para-ver-o-farense-subir/
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