Seleção

Latest FIFA Rankings (December 2020)  

1. Belgium
2. France
3. Brazil
4. England
5. Portugal
6. Spain
7. Argentina
8. Uruguay
9. Mexico
10. Italy


WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS
Portugal 7 (+3)
Serbia 7 (+2)
Luxembourg 3
Ireland 0
Azerbiajan 0 


Tuesday, March 30, 2021 – Luxembourg

LUXEMBOURG 1-3 PORTUGAL

PORTUGAL Lopes; Mendes, Dias, Fonte, Cancelo; B. Silva (Palhinha, 68), Sanches, Neves (Oliveira 89); Felix (Neto 41), Ronaldo, Jota (R.Silva 68)

LUXEMBOURG Moris; Jans, Chanot, Gerson, Goncalves Pinto (Martins 65); Martins (Skenderovic 88), O. Thill (S. Thill 58), Barreiro Martins, V. Thill (Deville 58), Rodrigues; Sinani (Muratovic 88)

Scoring: Rodrigues (30); Jota (45+2), Ronaldo (51), Palhinha (80)


Saturday, March 27, 2021 – Belgrade

SERBIA 2-2 PORTUGAL

PORTUGAL: Lopes; Cancelo (Nuno Mendes 72), José Fonte, Rúben Dias, Cédric; Danilo, Sérgio Oliveira (Renato Sanches 72), Bruno Fernandes (Palhinha 90+1); Bernardo Silva, Jota (Felix 85), Cristiano Ronaldo

SERBIA: Dmitrovic, Milenkovic, S. Mitrovic, Pavlovic; Lazovic (Maksimovic 46), Milinkovic-Savic, Gudelj, Tadic, Kostic (Ristic 71); Vlahovic  (Radonjic 46), A. Mitrovic (Jovic 87)

Scoring: Jota 11, 36; A. Mitrovic 46, Kostic 60


Wednesday, March 24, 2021 – Turin, Italy (Portugal is home, due to restrictions)

PORTUGAL 1-0 AZERBAIJAN

PORTUGAL (4-3-3): Lopes, Cancelo, Coutinho Meneses Duarte, Ruben Dias, Tavares Mendes, Bernardo Silva (Oliveira 88), Joao Moutinho (Bruno Fernandes 45), Neves (Alves Palhinha Gonçalves at 88), Neto (Ferreira Silva 63), Andre Silva (Sequeira 75), Cristiano Ronaldo

AZERBAIJAN (4-4-1-1): Mahammadaliyev, Medvedev, Huseynov, Badalov, Krivotsyuk, Huseynov (Nurievat 45), Mahmudov (Isaevat 85), Mustafayev (Ibrahimliat 45), Salahli, Emreli (Alasgarovat 85), Ghorbani (Seydaevat 85),

Scoring: Medvedev (37 own goal)


UPDATES

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TUESDAY: Raphael Guerreiro will return to Dortmund, due to injury. 

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SUNDAY: Fernando Santos calls Luis Neto of Sporting CP to replace injured Pepe.

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SATURDAY: Fernando Santos announced that Jose Sa will replace Rui Patricio for the upcoming international break. Patricio has not fully recovered from the collision last week in the Wolves EPL match   … Ligue 1 players Anthony Lopes, Danilo, José Fonte and Renato Sanches may all be forced to miss WCQ x Serbia, due to France restrictions. Serbia is not part of European Union and they are not allowing players to play outside the union, unless they quarantine 7 days.

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MARCH 16: Fernando Santos has announced his squad selections for this month’s opening World Cup qualifiers against Azerbaijan (24), away Serbia (27), and away Luxembourg (30). 

GK: Jose Sa, Rui Silva, Anthony Lopes

D: Cédric Soares, João Cancelo, Domingos Duarte, José Fonte, Luis Neto, Rúben Dias, Nuno Mendes

M: Danilo, Palhinha, Rúben Neves, Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes, João Moutinho, Renato Sanches, Sérgio Oliveira

F: André Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo, Diogo Jota, João Félix, Pedro Neto, Rafa


The 2022 World Cup qualifying draw for Europe was completed on Monday, December 7 in Switzerland.

Portugal is in Group A with Serbia, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Azerbaijan. Qatar was included but those matches do not count in the standings.

WCQ Group A
March 24: Portugal 1-0 Azerbaijan
March 27: Serbia 2-2 Portugal 
March 30: Luxembourg x Portugal 19:45 (WCQ)
September 1: Portugal x Ireland 19:45 (WCQ)
September 4: Qatar x Portugal (Location in Europe TBA)
September 7: Azerbaijan x Portugal 19:45  (WCQ)
October 9: Portugal x Qatar TBA
October 12: Portugal x Luxembourg 19:45 (WCQ)
November 11: Ireland x Portugal 19:45  (WCQ)
November 14: Portugal x Serbia 19:45 (WCQ)
 

2020 NATIONS LEAGUE

Wednesday, November 17

France 4-2 Sweden

Croatia 2-3 Portugal

Portugal XI: Rui Patrício; Nélson Semedo, Rúben Semedo, Rúben Dias, Mário Rui (Cancelo 71); João Moutinho, Danilo (Sérgio Oliveira 77), Bruno Fernandes (Trincão 46); João Félix (Bernardo Silva 71), Cristiano Ronaldo, Diogo Jota (Paulinho 77)

Goals: C: Kovačić 29′, 65′; P: Rúben Dias 52′, 90′, João Félix 60′

Saturday, November 14

Sweden 2-1 Croatia

Portugal 0-1 France (Estádio da Luz)

Portugal XI Rui Patrício; João Cancelo, José Fonte, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro; Danilo (Sérgio Oliveira 84), Bruno Fernandes (Moutinho 72), William Carvalho (Jota 56); Bernardo Silva (Trincão  71), João Félix (Paulinho 84), Cristiano Ronaldo

Scorers: Kanté 54′

Wednesday, October 14

Croatia 1-2 France

Portugal 3-0 Sweden (Estádio José Alvalade)

Portugal XI Patrício; Cancelo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Guerreiro; Danilo, William Carvalho (Moutinho 80), Bruno Fernandes (Rafa Slva 89); Bernardo Silva (André Silva 76), Diogo Jota (Renato Sanches 88), João Félix (Daniel Podence 76)

Scorers: Bernardo Silva 21, Diogo Jota 44, 72

Sunday, October 11

Croatia 1-0 Sweden

France 0, Portugal 0

Portugal XI Patrício, Nelson Semedo, Rúben Dias, Pepe, Guerreiro (Cancelo 88); Danilo, William (Moutinho 88), Bruno Fernandes (Renato Sanches 80); Cristiano Ronaldo, Félix (Trincão 88), Bernardo Silva (Jota 61)

Tuesday, September 8

France 4, Croatia 2 

Sweden 0, Portugal 2

Portugal XI Anthony Lopes; João Cancelo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Guerreiro; Danilo, João Moutinho (Ruben Neves 73), Bernardo Silva (Goncalo Guedes 22), Bruno Fernandes; João Félix, Cristiano Ronaldo (Jota 81)

Scorers: Cristiano 45, 72

Saturday, September 5 

France 1, Sweden 0

Portugal 4-1 Croatia (Estádio do Dragão)

Portugal XI Lopes; Cancelo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Guerreiro; Danilo, João Moutinho (Sérgio Oliveira 81), Bruno Fernandes; Bernardo Silva (Francisco Trincão 78), Diogo Jota, João Félix (André Silva 87)

Scorers: João Cancelo 42, Diogo Jota 59, João Félix 71, Bernardo Silva 90+6 


November 11, 2020
Friendly 
Luz – Lisbon
Goals: Neto 8, Renato Sanches 56, Paulinho 29, 61, Emili Garcia (owg) 76, Cristiano Ronaldo 85, João Félix 88

Portugal:Anthony Lopes; Nélson Semedo, Rúben Semedo, Domingos Duarte, Mário Rui, João Moutinho (Danilo 74), Renato Sanches (William 63), Sérgio Oliveira, (Bernado SIlva 46) Francisco Trincão (Jota 74), Paulinho (Felix 63), Pedro Neto (Cristiano 46)

Andorra: Josep Gomes; Jordi Rubio, Adrià Rodrigues, Emili Garcia, Marc Rebés (Alavedra 59), Marc Garcia (M.S. Nicola 46); Cristian Martínez (Ludovic 69), Marc Pujol (Sergo Moreno 80), Joan Cervós (Alexander Martinez 69); Marcio Vieira (Alaez 59), Aaron Sánchez

October 7, 2020
Friendly
Alvalade – Lisbon
Goals: None

Portugal: Patricio, Pepe (Ruben Dias 46), Guerreiro (Nélson Semedo 68), Ruben Semedo, Cancelo , Moutinho (William Carvalho 46), Renato Sanches, Ruben Neves, Cristiano Ronaldo (Joao Felix 72), Andre Silva (Bernardo Silva 46), Trincao (Jota 79)

Spain: Kepa; Sergi Roberto, Llorente, Eric García, Reguillón (Gaya 46); Ceballos (Campana 46), Busquets (Rodri 62), Canales (Adama Traore 62); Rodrigo (Merino 46), Gerard Moreno, Dani Olmo


EURO 2020 Group F (2021)
Germany
France
Portugal
Hungary

Schedule
Tuesday, June 15 x Hungary, 17:00  (Budapest)
Saturday, June 19 x Germany, 17:00  (Munich)
Wednesday, June 23 x France, 20:00 (Budapest)

If Portugal wins the group, they play a 3rd place team from A, B or C. If they finish 2nd, they play the winner of Group D in Dublin. If they qualify as 3rd place, they play the winner of Group B.

Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales

Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland

Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, North Macedonia

Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Scotland

Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Slovakia

Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Hungary

The schedule for the entire group stages:

Friday 11 June

  • Italy vs. Turkey

Saturday 12 June

  • Wales vs. Switzerland
  • Denmark vs. Finland
  • Belgium vs. Russia

Sunday 13 June

  • Netherlands vs. Ukraine
  • Austria vs. North Macedonia 
  • England vs. Croatia

Monday 14 June

  • Scotland vs. Czech Republic
  • Spain vs. Sweden
  • Poland vs. Slovakia

Tuesday 15 June

  • Hungary vs. Portugal
  • Germany vs. France

Wednesday 16 June

  • Turkey vs. Wales
  • Italy vs. Switzerland
  • Finland vs. Russia

Thursday 17 June

  • Denmark vs. Belgium
  • Netherlands vs. Austria
  • Ukraine vs. North Macedonia

Friday 18 June

  • Croatia vs. Czech Republic
  • England vs. Scotland
  • Sweden vs. Slovakia

Saturday 19 June

  • Spain vs. Poland
  • Hungary vs. France
  • Portugal vs. Germany

Sunday 20 June

  • Switzerland vs. Turkey
  • Italy vs. Wales

Monday 21 June

  • Russia vs. Denmark
  • Finland vs. Belgium
  • North Macedonia vs. Netherlands
  • Ukraine vs. Austria

Tuesday 22 June

  • Croatia vs. Scotland
  • Czech Republic vs. England

Wednesday 23 June

  • Slovakia vs. Spain
  • Sweden vs. Poland
  • Portugal vs. France
  • Germany vs. Hungary

EURO 2020 QUALIFIERS – GROUP B

GROUP B
Ukraine 20
Portugal 17
Serbia 14
Luxembourg 4
Lithuania 1

(Top 2 Qualified)


Qualifiers/Results
March 22, 0-0 DRAW Ukraine
March 25, 1-1 DRAW Serbia
September 7, 2-4 WIN at Serbia
September 10, 1-5 WIN at Lithuania
October 11, 3-0 WIN Luxembourg
October 14, 0-2 LOSS at Ukraine
November 14, 6-0 WON Lithuania 
November 17, 0-2 WON Luxembourg


Matchday 1 (22/03/2019)
Portugal 0-0 Ukraine

Portugal: Rui Patrício, João Cancelo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro,  João Moutinho (87 João Mário), André Silva (73 Dyego Sousa), Bernardo Silva, William Carvalho, Rúben Neves (62 Rafa Silva), Ronaldo

Matchday 2 (25/03/2019)
Portugal 1-1 Serbia
Goals: 0-1 Tadić 7 (P); 1-1 Danilo 42

Portugal: Rui Patrício, João Cancelo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, Bernardo Silva, Danilo, William Carvalho, Rafa Silva (84 Gonçalo Guedes), Dyego Sousa (57 André Silva), Ronaldo (30 Pizzi)

Matchday 5 (07/09/2019)
Serbia 2-4 Portugal
Goals: 0-1 William Carvalho 42; 0-2 Gonçalo Guedes 58; 1-2 Milenković 68; 1-3 Ronaldo 80; 2-3 A. Mitrović 85; 2-4 Bernardo Silva 86

Portugal: Rui Patrício, N. Semedo (65 João Cancelo), Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, Fonte, Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes (85 João Moutinho), Danilo, William Carvalho, Gonçalo Guedes (70 João Félix), Ronaldo

Matchday 6 (10/09/2019)
Lithuania 1-5 Portugal
Goals: 0-1 Ronaldo 7 (P); 1-1 Andriuškevičius 28; 1-2 Ronaldo 62; 1-3 Ronaldo 65; 1-4 Ronaldo 76; 1-5 William Carvalho 90+2

Portugal: Rui Patrício, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, Fonte, Bernardo Silva (89 Pizzi), Bruno Fernandes (56 Rafa Silva), William Carvalho, Rúben Neves, João Cancelo, João Félix, Ronaldo (79 Gonçalo Guedes)

Matchday 7 (11/10/2019)
Portugal 3-0 Luxembourg
Goals: 1-0 Bernardo Silva 16; 2-0 Ronaldo 65; 3-0 Gonçalo Guedes 89

Portugal: Rui Patrício, Semedo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro,  João Moutinho (89 Rúben Neves), Danilo, Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva (77 Gonçalo Guedes), João Félix (88 João Mário), Ronaldo

Matchday 8 (14/10/2019)

Ukraine 2-1 Portugal

Goals: 1-0 Yaremchuk 6; 2-0 Yarmalenko 27; 2-1 Cristiano Ronaldo 72-pk

Portugal: Rui Patrício, N. Semedo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, Danilo, Joao Mario (67 Bruma), Moutinho (55 Bruno Fernandes), João Félix (46 Gonçalo Guedes), Bernardo Silva, Ronaldo

Matchday 9 (14/11/2019)

Portugal 6-0 Lithuania

Goals: 1-0 Cristiano Ronaldo (p) – 7; 2-0 Cristiano Ronaldo  22; 3-0 Pizzi 52; 4-0 Gonçalo Paciência 56; 5-0 Bernardo Silva 63; 6-0 Cristiano Ronaldo 65

Portugal: Patrício; Ricardo, Rúben Dias, Fonte, Mário Rui; Neves, Pizzi, Bruno Fernandes (João Moutinho 73); Bernardo Silva (Bruma 67), Gonçalo Paciência, Ronaldo (Diogo Jota 84)

Matchday 10 (17/11/2019)

Luxembourg 0-2 Portugal

Goals: 1-0 Bruno Fernandes 39; 2-0 Cristiano Ronaldo 86

Portugal: Rui Patrício; Ricardo, Fonte, Rúben Dias, Guerreiro; Bruno Fernandes (Rúben Neves 90), Danilo, Pizzi (João Moutinho 62); Cristiano Ronaldo, André Silva (Diogo Jota 71), Bernardo Silva

 


Group Results

Friday, March 22 – Match Day 1
Portugal 0-0 Ukraine
Luxembourg 2-1 Lithuania

Monday, March 25 – Match Day 2 
Portugal 1-1 Serbia 
Luxembourg 1-2 Ukraine 

Friday, June 7 – Match Day 3
Lithuania 1-1 Luxembourg
Ukraine 5-0 Serbia

Monday, June 10 – Match Day 4
Ukraine 1-0 Luxembourg
Serbia 4-1 Lithuania

Saturday, September 7 – Match Day 5
Lithuania 0-3 Ukraine
Serbia 2-4 Portugal

Tuesday, September 10 – Match Day 6
Luxembourg 1-3 Serbia
Lithuania 1-5 Portugal

Friday, October 11 – Match Day 7
Portugal 3-0 Luxembourg
Ukraine 2-0  Lithuania  

Monday October 14 – Match Day 8
Ukraine 2-1 Portugal
Lithuania 1-2 Serbia  

Thursday,  November 14 – Match Day 9
Portugal 6-0 Lithuania
Serbia 3-2 Luxembourg

Sunday,  November 17 – Match Day 10
Luxembourg  0-2 Portugal
Serbia 2-2 Ukraine


2019 UEFA NATIONS LEAGUE RESULTS

June 5: Portugal 3-1 Switzerland 
June 6: England 1-3 Holland 

June 9: Switzerland 0-0 England* (pks 6-5) (3rd Place) 
June 9: Portugal 1-0 Holland (Final)

Final

Sunday, June 9, 2019 (Estádio do Dragão)

Portugal: Patrício, Nelson Semedo, Jose Fonte, Ruben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro, Fernandes (Joao Moutinho), Danilo, William Carvalho, Bernardo Silva, Ronaldo, Guedes (Silva)

Holland: Cillessen, Dumfries, de Ligt, van Dijk, Blind, de Roon (de Jong), de Jong, Wijnaldum, Bergwijn (van der Beek), Depay, Babel (Promes)

Goals: Guedes (60)

Semifinal

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 (Estádio do Dragão)

Portugal:  Patrício, Semedo, Pepe (Jose Fonte 63), Dias, Guerreiro, Fernandes (Moutinho 90+1), William Carvalho, Neves, Silva, Felix (Goncalo Guedes 70), Cristiano Ronaldo

Cards: None

Goals: Cristiano Ronaldo (25, 88, 90)

SwitzerlandSommer, Mbabu, Schar, Akanji, Rodríguez, Zakaria (Fernandes 71), Xhaka, Freuler (Drmic 89), Zuber (Steffen 83), Shaqiri, Seferovic

Cards: Schar, Xhaka, Shaqiri

Goals: Rodriguez (pk-57)

Nations League Finals 23 Player List 

Goalkeepers: Beto (Goztepe), Rui Patricio (Wolves), Jose Sa (Olympiakos)

Defenders: Raphael (Borussia Dortmund), Mario Rui (Napoli), Ruben Dias (Benfica), Jose Fonte (Lille), Pepe (FC Porto), Nelson Semedo (Barcelona), Cancelo (Juventus)

Midfielders: Danilo (FC Porto), William Carvalho (Betis), Ruben Neves (Wolves), Bruno Fernandes (FC Porto), Pizzi (Benfica), Moutinho (Wolves)

Forwards: Rafa (Benfica), Goncalo Guedes (Valencia), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City), João Félix (Benfica), Diogo Jota (Wolves), Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus), Dyego (SC Braga)