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Name: Estádio da Luz (Final, 3 group games, 1 quarter final)

Location: Lisbon (Centre of Portugal)

Club: Benfica

Capacity: 65,000

Type of work: New stadium

Total estimated cost: 119 million euros

Inaugurated: October 25th, 2003 - Benfica v Nacional (Montevideo) (2-1)

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Name: Estádio Alvalade XXI (3 group games, 1 quarter, 1 semi)

Location: Lisbon (Centre of Portugal)

Club: Sporting

Capacity: 52,000

Type of work: New

Total estimated cost: 80 million euros

Inaugurated: August 6th, 2003 - Sporting v Manchester United (3-1)

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Name: Estádio do Dragăo (Opening game, 2 group, 1 quarter, 1 semi)

Location: Porto (North of Portugal)

Club: FC Porto

Capacity: 52,000

Type of work: New

Total estimated cost: 98 million euros

Inaugurated: November 16th, 2003 - FC Porto v Barcelona (2-0)

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Name: Estádio do Algarve (2 group, 1 quarter)

Location: Algarve (South of Portugal)

Clubs: Farense/ Louletano

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: New

Total cost: 35 million euros

Inauguration: November 23rd (official); January 1st, 2004 - Louletano v Farense (1-0)
Feburary 18th 2004 - Portugal v England

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Name: Estádio Municipal de Braga (2 group games)

Location: Braga (North of Portugal)

Club: Sporting Braga

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: New

Total estimated cost: 75 million euros

Inaugurated: December 30th, 2003 - Sporting Braga v Celta de Vigo (1-0)

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Name: Estádio Municipal de Leiria (2 group games)

Location: Leiria (Centre of Portugal)

Club: Uniăo de Leiria 

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: Upgrade of existing stadium

Total estimated cost: 40 million euros

Inaugurated: November 19th, 2003 - Portugal v Kuwait (8-0)

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Name: Estádio Municipal de Coimbra (2 group games)

Location: Coimbra (Centre of Portugal)

Club: Académica

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: Upgrade of existing stadium

Total estimated cost: 36 million euros

Inaugurated: October 12th, 2003 (official); October 29th - Académica v Benfica (1-3)

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Name: Estádio D. Afonso Henriques (2 group games)

Location: Guimarăes (North of Portugal)

Club: Vitória de Guimarăes

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: Upgrade of existing stadium

Estimated cost: 29 million euros

Inaugurated: July 25th, 2003 - Vitória de Guimarăes v Kaiserslautern (4-1)

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Name: Estádio Municipal de Aveiro (2 group games)

Location: Aveiro (North of Portugal)

Club: Beira-Mar

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: New

Estimated cost: 45 million euros

Inaugurated: November 15th, 2003 - Portugal v Greece (1-1)

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Name: Estádio do Bessa (3 group games)

Location: Porto (North of Portugal)

Club: Boavista

Capacity: 30,000

Type of work: New stadium on existing site

Estimated cost: 45 million euros

Inaugurated: December 30th, 2003 - Boavista v Málaga (0-0)

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(Values - Source: A Bola)

 

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