Portugal National Football Team

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Portugal national football team is the men’s football team for Portugal that has never won the FIFA World Cup but manages to come at the third place once in 1996. The team is governed by the Portuguese Football Federation. It comes under UEFA Confederation of Europe continent. Fernando Santos is the current head coach and also a former Portuguese footballer who played as a defender.

Fernando Santos includes the best squad for the National team and selects most brilliant players in 2018 world cup and Upcoming UEFA European Championship. The Portugal national football team is current champions of UEFA European Championship(UEFA Euro 2016). The National team current captain is Cristiano Ronaldo, who also holds the team record for most caps and for most goals.

Portugal National Football Team History

Portugal National Football Team History

The team is governed by the Portugal Football Federation. It comes under UEFA Confederation of Europe continent. The golden generation was the team between 1995 to 2006 when teams perform the best effort in the ground.

Cristiano Ronaldo World’s best football part of the team. The team won Most Entertaining Team award in 1966.

Current Football Squad

1 Rui Patrício (GK)
2 José Sá (GK)
3 Beto (GK)
4 João Cancelo
5 Pepe (DF)
6 Rúben Dias (DF)
7 Raphaël Guerreiro (DF)
8 José Fonte (DF)
9 Mário Rui (DF)
10 Nélson Semedo (DF)
11 João Moutinho (MF)
12 João Mário (MF)
13 Danilo Pereira (MF)
14 William Carvalho (MF)
15 Rúben Neves (MF)
16 Pizzi (MF)
17 Cristiano Ronal (FW) do (Captain)
18 André Silva (FW)
19 Bernardo Silva (FW)
20 Rafa Silva (FW)
21 Diogo Jota (FW)
22 Gonçalo Guedes (FW)
23 Dyego Sousa (FW)
Coach: Lippi (FW)

Portugal Current History and Information

TeamPortugal Football Team
FIFA codePOR
FIFA Current Ranking9   (1 April 2019)
Top ScorerCristiano Ronaldo (85)
Most capsCristiano Ronaldo (156)
Nickname(s)A Seleção das Quinas(Selection of the Quinas); The Navigator
CaptainCristiano Ronaldo
World Cup Appearances7 times

Best Results- Third (1966)

European Championship-7 times
Best Results- Won(2016)
Confederations Cup-1 time
Best Results- Third place (2017)

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