Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model
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Estadio do Dragao - Porto Portugal 3D model

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The Estádio do Dragão is an all-seater football stadium in Porto, Portugal, and the home ground of FC Porto since 2003. It has a seating capacity of 50,033, making it the third largest football stadium in Portugal. Designed by Portuguese architect Manuel Salgado, the stadium was constructed to replace Porto's former ground, the Estádio das Antas, along with becoming one of the host venues for the UEFA Euro 2004 final tournament. The inauguration took place on 16 November 2003 with a friendly match against Barcelona, setting an attendance record of 52,000 spectators. A UEFA category four stadium, it has held several international club and national team competition matches, including the 2019 UEFA Nations League Final and 2021 UEFA Champions League Final.

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