Derby de Lisboa

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Derby de Lisboa
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Locale Lisbon (Portugal)
Teams Benfica, Sporting
First meeting Benfica 1–2 Sporting
Campeonato de Lisboa
(1 December 1907)
Latest meeting Benfica 2–1 Sporting
Primeira Liga
(11 December 2016)
Next meeting Sporting vs Benfica
Primeira Liga
(23 April 2017)
Stadiums Estádio da Luz
Estádio José Alvalade
Statistics
Meetings total 299
Most wins Benfica (130)
Most player appearances Fernando Peyroteo
Eusébio (29)
Top scorer Fernando Peyroteo (48)
Largest victory Sporting 7–1 Benfica
Primeira Divisão
(14 December 1986)
Longest win streak 8 games (Benfica)

The Derby de Lisboa (English: Lisbon derby), also known as Derby Eterno, Derby da Segunda Circular or Derby da Capital, is the most important football derby match in Portugal. It is played between the Lisbon teams of Benfica and Sporting. The rivalry originated back in 1907 when eight Benfica players moved to Sporting, before the first derby. The match is followed worldwide, especially in the former Portuguese colonies.

Championship of Lisbon[edit]

Head-to-head results[edit]

[1]

League matches[edit]

Head-to-head results[edit]

[2]

Cup matches[edit]

Head-to-head results[edit]

The matches listed below are only Taça de Portugal matches, club name in bold indicates win. The score is given at full-time and half-time (in brackets), and in the goals columns, the goalscorer and time when goal was scored is noted.[3]

# Date R. Home team Away team Score Goals (home) Goals (away)
1 28 June 1942 QF Sporting Benfica 4–0 ( – )
2 13 June 1943 SF Benfica Sporting 3–2 ( – )
3 17 June 1945 SF Sporting Benfica 1–2 ( – )
4 24 June 1945 SF Benfica Sporting 2–3 ( – )
5 27 June 1945 SF Sporting Benfica 1–0 ( – )
6 27 June 1948 SF Sporting Benfica 3–0 ( – )
7 15 June 1952 F Benfica Sporting 5–4 (1–1) Rogério Pipi (11 p., 69, 90), Corona (49), José Águas (49) Albano (9 p.), Rola (51, 71), Martins (55)
8 23 May 1954 6 Sporting Benfica 3–2 ( – )
9 30 May 1954 6 Benfica Sporting 2–1 ( – )
10 31 May 1954 6 Sporting Benfica 4–2 ( – )
11 12 June 1955 F Benfica Sporting 2–1 (0–0) Arsénio (63, 65) Martins (47)
12 8 July 1959 SF Sporting Benfica 2–1 ( – )
13 13 July 1959 SF Benfica Sporting 3–1 ( – )
14 19 June 1960 SF Sporting Benfica 3–0 ( – )
15 26 June 1960 SF Benfica Sporting 0–0 (0–0)
16 16 June 1963 SF Sporting Benfica 0–1 ( – )
17 23 June 1963 SF Benfica Sporting 0–2 ( – )
18 14 June 1970 F Benfica Sporting 3–1 (1–0) Artur Jorge (14), Torres (50), Simões (63) Peres (83)
19 27 June 1971 F Sporting Benfica 4–1 (3–0) Dinis (5), Nélson (23), Peres (33, 71) Eusébio (24 p.)
20 4 June 1972 F Benfica Sporting 3–2 (a.e.t.) (1–0) Eusébio (19, 70, 118) Peres (51 p.), Dinis (61)
21 9 June 1974 F Sporting Benfica 2–1 (0–1) Chico Faria (89), Marinho (107) Nené (32)
22 28 March 1976 5 Sporting Benfica 1–0 (a.e.t.) (0–0) Libânio (115)
23 12 March 1977 6 Sporting Benfica 3–0 (1–0) Manoel (10, 52, 57)
24 5 March 1978 QF Sporting Benfica 3–1 (2–0) Manuel Fernandes (13, 35), Keïta (55) Humberto Coelho (81)
25 17 February 1980 6 Benfica Sporting 2–1 (2–0) Reinaldo (49), Nené (53) Jordão (69 p.)
26 2 April 1983 QF Benfica Sporting 3–0 (2–0) Chalana (28), Diamantno (30), Carlos Manuel (70)
27 27 January 1984 6 Sporting Benfica 2–1 (0–1) Jordão (59), Manuel Fernandes (79) Carlos Manuel (8)
28 12 March 1986 QF Benfica Sporting 5–0 (2–0) Águas (11), Wando (40, 90), Álvaro Magalhães (84) Manniche (86 p.)
29 7 June 1987 F Benfica Sporting 2–1 (1–0) Diamantino (39, 55) Brandão (79)
30 18 May 1996 F Benfica Sporting 3–1 (2–0) Airez (9), João Pinto (39, 67) Xavier (83 p.)
31 26 January 2000 6 Benfica Sporting 1–3 (1–2) Uribe (33) Acosta (11, 74), André Cruz (36)
32 26 January 2005 6 Benfica Sporting 3–3 (p. 7–6) (2–2) Geovanni (3, 22), Simão (118) Hugo Viana (15), Liédson (17), Paíto (110)
33 16 April 2008 SF Sporting Benfica 5–3 (0–2) Djaló (68, 84), Liédson (76), Derlei (79), Vukčević (90) Rui Costa (18), Nuno Gomes (31), C. Rodríguez (82)
34 9 November 2013 4 Benfica Sporting 4–3(a.e.t.) (3–1) Cardozo (12, 42, 45), Luisão (97) Capel (37), Maurício (62), Islam Slimani (90)
35 21 November 2015 4 Sporting Benfica 2–1(a.e.t.) (1–1) Adrien Silva (45+2), Slimani (112) Konstantinos Mitroglou (6)

League Cup matches[edit]

The matches listed below are only Taça da Liga matches, club name in bold indicates win. The score is given at full-time and half-time (in brackets), and in the goals columns, the goalscorer and time when goal was scored is noted.[4]

# Date R. Home team Away team Score Goals (home) Goals (away)
1 21 March 2009 F Sporting Benfica 1–1 (p. 2–3) (0–0) Pereirinha (49) Reyes (p. 75)
2 9 February 2010 SF Sporting Benfica 1–4 (2–1) Liédson (37) David Luiz (8), Ramires (30), Luisão (68), Cardozo (90)
3 2 March 2011 SF Benfica Sporting 2–1 (1–1) Cardozo (34), Javi García (90) Postiga (21)

Head-to-head results[edit]

Super Cup matches[edit]

Head-to-head results[edit]

The matches listed below are only Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira matches, club name in bold indicates win. The score is given at full-time and half-time (in brackets), and in the goals columns, the goalscorer and time when goal was scored is noted.[5]

# Date R. Home team Away team Score Goals (home) Goals (away)
1 10 September 1980 1st leg Sporting Benfica 2–2 (0–2) Jordão (p. 59, 67) Carlos Manuel (10), César (42)
2 29 October 1980 2nd leg Benfica Sporting 2–1 (1–1) Nené (43), Vital (86) Jordão (p. 22)
3 6 December 1987 1st leg Benfica Sporting 0–3 (0–1) Edmundo (o.g. 20), Silvinho (72), Paulinho Cascavel (78)
4 20 December 1987 2nd leg Sporting Benfica 1–0 (1–0) Silvinho (20)
5 9 August 2015 F Benfica Sporting 0–1 (0–0) Teófilo Gutiérrez (53)

Championship of Portugal matches[edit]

Head-to-head results[edit]

[6]

Reserve team matches[edit]

Both Benfica B and Sporting B were established in the late 90s. Both sides folded following the end of the 2005–06 season. Both sides were re-established in 2012, to compete in the 2012–13 Segunda Liga.[7]

# Date R. Home team Away team Score Goals (home) Goals (away)
1 8 October 2000 5 Benfica B Sporting B 0–1 (0–0) Chiquinho (50)
2 10 March 2001 24 Sporting B Benfica B 4–0 (0–0) Teixeira (71, p. 76), Matos (83, 90)
3 6 January 2002 16 Sporting B Benfica B 2–0 (1–0) Mateus (33), Osório (90)
4 5 May 2002 35 Benfica B Sporting B 1–0 (1–0) Ramos (36)
5 4 November 2012 12 Benfica B Sporting B 1–3 (0–1) Cancelo (76) Rubio (17), Dier (62), Etock (85)
6 30 March 2013 33 Sporting B Benfica B 1–3 (1–2) Ponde (18) Rosa (31), Rosado (45), Kardec (71)
7 11 December 2013 20 Benfica B Sporting B 3–1 (0–1) Mori (54), Vitória (71), Pinto (81) Riquicho (44)
8 4 May 2014 41 Sporting B Benfica B 1–1 (1–1) Medeiros (8) Costa (25)
9 5 January 2015 21 Sporting B Benfica B 0–1 (0–1) Cardoso (3)
10 10 May 2015 44 Benfica B Sporting B 0–0 (0–0)
11 6 December 2015 19 Benfica B Sporting B 1–0 (0–0) Nuno Santos (72)
12 17 April 2016 42 Sporting B Benfica B 2–1 (1–0) Matheus Pereira (21 p., 54) Ivan Šaponjić (90+4)
13 16 December 2016 19 Benfica B Sporting B 0–0 (0–0)
14 7 May 2017 40 Sporting B Benfica B

Head-to-head results[edit]

All-time head-to-head results[edit]

This section does not include results between reserve teams and exhibition games.[8]

Statistics[edit]

Benfica[edit]

Chart showing the finishing league positions of Benfica (red) and Sporting (green) between the 1934–35 and 2009–10 seasons
  • Benfica's biggest home win: Benfica 7–2 Sporting (28 April 1948)[9]
  • Benfica 5–0 Sporting (3 December 1939)[10]
  • Benfica 5–0 Sporting (19 November 1978)[11]
  • Benfica 5–0 Sporting (12 March 1986)[12]
  • Benfica's biggest away win: Sporting 0–4 Benfica (27 February 1910)[13]
  • Benfica's most consecutive wins: 8 (25 October 1908 – 10 March 1912)[8]
  • Benfica's longest undefeated run: 14 (25 October 1908 – 17 January 1915)[8]
  • Benfica's most consecutive losses: 5 (5 October 1952 – 23 May 1954)[8]
  • Benfica's most consecutive matches without winning: 5 (29 November 1980 – 2 January 1983)[8]

Sporting[edit]

  • Sporting's biggest home win: Sporting 7–1 (14 December 1986)[14]
  • Sporting's biggest away win: Benfica 0–5 Sporting (18 October 1936)[15]
  • Benfica 0–5 Sporting (14 December 1941)[16]
  • Sporting's most consecutive wins: 5 (5 October 1952 – 23 May 1954)[17]
  • Sporting's longest undefeated run: 5 (29 November 1980 – 2 January 1983)[17]
  • Sporting's most consecutive losses: 8 (25 October 1908 – 10 March 1912)[17]
  • Sporting's most consecutive matches without winning: 14 (25 October 1908 – 17 January 1915)[17]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Years Goals Ref
1 Peyroteo, FernandoFernando Peyroteo  Portugal 1937–1948 48 [18][19]
2 Eusébio, Eusébio  Portugal 1962–1973 27 [18][19]
3 Valadas, AlfredoAlfredo Valadas  Portugal 1931–1943 24 [18][19]
4 Mourão, AdolfoAdolfo Mourão  Portugal 1929–1944 19 [18][19]
5 Nené, Nené  Portugal 1970–1985 17 [18]
6 Águas, JoséJosé Águas  Portugal 1950–1963 16 [18]
Espírito Santo, GuilhermeGuilherme Espírito Santo  Portugal 1936–1948 [18]
8 Jordão, RuiRui Jordão  Portugal 1974–1984 15 [18][19]
Soeiro, ManuelManuel Soeiro  Portugal 1934–1942 [18][19]
10 Albano, Albano  Portugal 1943–1954 14 [18][19]
Trindade Duarte, ArsénioArsénio Trindade Duarte  Portugal 1944–1955 [18]

Players who played for both clubs[edit]

Coaches who managed both clubs[edit]

Honours[edit]

These are the major football honours of Benfica and Sporting. The Latin Cup is not included.

International Competition Benfica Sporting
European Champion Clubs' Cup 2 0
European Cup Winners' Cup 0 1
National Competition Benfica Sporting
Portuguese League 35 18
Portuguese Cup 25 16
Championship of Portugal 3 4
Portuguese League Cup 7 0
Portuguese SuperCup 6 8
Total 78 47

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Benfica vs Sporting (Campeonato de Lisboa)". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  2. ^ "Benfica vs Sporting (Primeira Liga)". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  3. ^ "Benfica vs Sporting (Taça de Portugal)". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "Benfica vs Sporting (Taça da Liga)". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  5. ^ "Benfica vs Sporting (Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira)". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  6. ^ "Benfica vs Sporting (Campeonato de Portugal)". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  7. ^ "Benfica B vs Sporting B". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  8. ^ a b c d e "Benfica vs Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  9. ^ "Benfica 7-2 Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  10. ^ "Benfica 5-0 Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  11. ^ "Benfica 5-0 Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  12. ^ "Benfica 5-0 Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  13. ^ "Sporting 0-4 Benfica". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  14. ^ "Sporting 7-1 Benfica". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  15. ^ "Benfica 0-5 Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  16. ^ "Benfica 0-5 Sporting". zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  17. ^ a b c d "Sporting vs Benfica". zerozero.pt. Retrieved 19 December 2014. 
  18. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Melhores marcadores em «derbies»: Cardozo nos 30 primeiros" [Top scorers in derbys: Cardozo in the top 30]. tvi24. 11 December 2012. Retrieved 11 December 2016. 
  19. ^ a b c d e f g "PEYROTEO, O REI DO 'DERBY'" [PEYROTEO, THE KING OF THE ‘DERBY’]. Sporting. 7 February 2015. Retrieved 11 December 2016. 

Further reading[edit]

  • de Melo, Afonso (November 2007). 100 anos: 1907-2007, Benfica-Sporting x Sporting Benfica...pior do que inimigos, eram irmãos [100 years: 1907-2007, Benfica-Sporting x Sporting-Benfica...worst than enemies, they were friends] (First ed.). PrimeBooks. ISBN 978-989-8028-52-5. 

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