Sport Luanda e Benfica, commonly known as Benfica de Luanda, or simply as Benfica, is a football club from Luanda, Angola. The club was established as the Luanda affiliate of S.L. Benfica of Portugal, and shares the same colours. The logo is also very similar to the Portuguese one. The club, as of 2005, has never won the Girabola (the Angolan league first division). The club plays in the Girabola.
The club is nicknamed Águias de Luanda, meaning "Luanda Eagles" (the eagle is the symbol of S.L. Benfica).
The club was founded as Sport Luanda e Benfica and later renamed to Saneamento Rangol. In 2000, the club returned to its original name, Sport Luanda e Benfica.
In 1995, as Saneamento Rangol, the club was promoted to the following year's first division. In 2003, Benfica de Luanda was relegated to the second division. In 2004, the club finished second in the second division, and was promoted to the first division. In 2005, the club finished 6th in the first division.
The club plays their home matches at the state-owned, 12,000 capacity Estádio dos Coqueiros, but works began in 2012 in a 15ha area in the Luanda outskirts village of Cacuaco for the construction of their own stadium, with all the requirements for training and camp for socker players. Sport Luanda e Benfica members believe that the Club will be a role model in a near future.