Estádio Primeiro de Maio
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It was used mostly for football matches. The stadium is able to hold 28,800 people and was built in 1950. The first name of the Stadium was Estadio 28 de Maio (28 May Stadium) in memory of 28th May 1926 coup d'état. After the Carnation Revolution in 1974, it was changed to its current name.
After the opening of Estádio Municipal de Braga in 2003, for the UEFA Euro 2004, was used mainly in athletics competitions, and amateur football competitions, and youth of S.C. Braga. After 2012 is used as home of S.C. Braga B.
Portugal national football team
The following national team matches were held in the stadium.
|1.||19 January 1986||1–3||East Germany||Friendly|
|2.||4 February 1987||1–0||Belgium||Friendly|
|3.||22 January 1997||0–2||France||Friendly|
|4.||15 November 2000||2–1||Israel||Friendly|
|5.||20 November 2002||2–0||Scotland||Friendly|
|6.||6 June 2003||0–0||Paraguay||Friendly|
- "Scots sink in Portugal". BBC Sport. BBC. 20 November 2002. Retrieved 21 March 2013.
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