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Best Insider tip at Estadio Jose Alvalade?

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Jacob Ericsson
Jacob Ericsson

If you are attending a European game, be aware that you will have to wait approximately 45 minutes after the final whistle before you are allowed to exit the stadium as an away fan. This is due to congestion issues, with the crowd staff allowing the home fans to disperse first.

Summary

Estadio Jose Alvalade plays host to one of the most successful sides in the history of Portuguese football, Sporting. It was originally opened in 2003 and it is a 5-star stadium according to UEFA, meaning that it can play host to major finals, such as the UEFA Cup that was held here in 2005. During Euro 2004 it was host to five different games, including the semi-final that involved Portugal.

It is conventionally located near public transport stops a few kilometres outside of the city, as well as being near to a number of visitor attractions.

The Sporting fans are always passionate for their team and you will be exposed to a great atmosphere no matter what game you attend.

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Karl Ove
Karl Ove

Every fan of Sporting has dreamt of getting changed in the dressing rooms at the Estadio Jose Alvalade and then jogging down the tunnel to the pitch. Luckily for just 15 Euro you can experience a stadium tour and get access to previously off limit areas. A must do when you are in town.

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