Sporting braga stadium
Estádio AXA (Estádio Municipal de Braga), SC Braga – Das größte Stadionportal der Welt. Mehr als Fotos von allen Kontinenten, vom großen. 2. Nov. Das Stadion im Fels von Braga hat Architektur, Landschaft und Natur das Team des SC Braga sorgte für furiose Heimspiele, erst in der. Alle Infos zum Stadion von SC Braga. Auch historische Spielstätten können ausgewählt werden.
A football game between Sporting Braga and Celta Vigo inaugurated the opening of the stadium on 30 December On 27 January , a dispatch was opened by the president of the IPPAR to classify the stadium as a national patrimony.
In the stadium won the Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award for the best new global design. The stadium is situated in an isolated, urban area on the north flank of Monte do Castro, in the sporting park of Dume.
The opposite goal backdrop is dominated by the city sprawl. Each stand is covered with a canopy-style roof and connected by dozens of steel strings, a design inspired by ancient South American Incan bridges.
Movement between stands is accomplished through a 5, square metres 0. The stadium hosted two Euro group stage matches, Bulgaria vs.
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Over - Cards Over 0. Corners For Over 2. Cards Received Over 0. Corners Against Over 2. Cards Opponent Over 0. Braga eventually finished fourth in the league for the third-straight year, just topping fifth-placed Belenenses by a point on the final matchday.
Despite losing the first leg in Sweden 2—1, Braga won at home 4—0 to qualify to the group stage for the third consecutive time. There, its first game was against Bolton Wanderers , a 1—1 draw.
Braga then played German giants Bayern Munich , favourites to win the competition. Despite the negative feedback, Braga drew 1—1 after Roland Linz scoring the vital goal.
After that impressive display, Braga faced Aris with another 1—1 draw, with Linz scoring another vital goal for the Minhotos.
Braga then went into the last game against Red Star Belgrade , where it achieved a 2—0 victory, enough to take the club into the next round to face Werder Bremen.
Braga lost the first leg 3—0 in which the club missed two penalties and the second 1—0. Braga started as favourites and beat Zrinjski Mostar 3—0 on aggregate.
Braga started the match at home to Portsmouth and were convincing 3—0 winners, with Luis Aguiar scoring from a free-kick and setting up the other two goals.
In the next group match, Braga faced a daunting task at the San Siro against competition favourites Milan. The game finished in a 1—0 defeat for the Portuguese side.
Despite the loss, Braga dominated the game for many long periods of time, holding the Italians to 0—0 after 93 minutes, but an individual goal from Ronaldinho from 35 metres out gave the Italians the full three points.
Braga won the game 2—1 and progressed to the next stage. In the —11 season, Braga made its Champions League debut at home in a 3—0 win against Celtic in the first leg of the third qualifying round.
Two weeks later, on 3 November, Braga won 1—0 against Partizan in Belgrade. It was also the first time three Portuguese clubs — Braga, Benfica and Porto — reached the Europa League semi-finals simultaneously.
On 28 April, Braga lost 2—1 against Benfica in the first leg of the semi-finals. On 5 May, Braga went on to win the tie in the second leg with a 1—0 home win to reach the tournament final.
On 18 May, Braga lost the final 1—0 to Porto. In the —13 season, Braga played for the second time in the group stage of the Champions League after eliminating Udinese in the play-off round, winning in penalties after the first and second legs ended in 1—1 draws.
In its third match, Braga visited Old Trafford to lose 3—2 to Manchester United , despite once leading the match 0—2.
On the fourth matchday, Braga received Manchester United but, after keeping a one-goal advantage until the 80th minute, it eventually conceded three goals to lose 1—3.
A year later, Braga once again saw a 2—0 lead disappear, this time against Porto, which also equalized in injury time and took the game to a penalty shoot-out.
This time, however, Braga prevailed for its second cup victory and first since