Braga Live Streams

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Sporting Clube de Braga is a professional Portuguese football club based in the city of Braga. Commonly referred to as Braga, the club currently compete in the Primeira Liga, which is the top division in the Portuguese football pyramid. The club was founded on 19 January 1921, making it one of the older clubs in the top division.

Braga play their home matches at the famous Estadio Municipal de Braga, which was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize for the famous design. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 30,286, making it the seventh-largest football stadium in Portugal. It is also referred to as A Pedreira, due to the stadium being carved into the side of a mountain ahead of Portugal’s hosting of Euro 2004. It has been the home of Braga since it was opened in December 2003.

Braga competes with local rivals Vitoria de Guimaraes in the Derby do Minho, whom they consider to be their biggest rivals.

Braga Honours

Braga have never won the Primeira Liga in their history, with the closest attempt to date being when they finished second in the 2009/10 season. The club lost just three matches all season, conceding just 20 goals in 30 matches but fell five points short of Benfica in the table, though they qualified for the Champions League third qualifying round in the process. However, they have won the other biggest prize in Portugal, the Taca de Portugal, three times in their history. Braga first won the competition in 1966, beating Vitoria de Setubal in the final. They were forced to wait until 2016 to win their next Taca de Portugal as they defeated Porto in the final, before then going on to win the competition a third time in 2021 as they overcame Benfica.

Braga could’ve had as many as four more to their name, having finished as runners-up in the Taca de Portugal four times in their history. The newer Taca da Liga is a competition that has brought joy to Braga supporters, who have seen their team win it twice in their history. Braga have beaten Porto in each of the finals in which they have emerged successful, doing so in 2013 and 2020. They also became the first Portuguese winners of the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2008. In addition, Braga have won two Segunda Divisao titles.

Braga History

Braga have been a first division team for the vast majority of their history as a club, but in recent years have established themselves as one of the major forces in Portugal outside of the “big three”. From the mid-2000s, Braga became regulars in European competition, most notably the Europa League but have also competed in the Champions League and Europa Conference League. This era has also seen them produce a number of promising young players that have gone on to be sold for big money, such as Francisco Trincao, David Carmo, Rafa Silva, Pizzi and Pedro Neto. On 10 October 2022, the club sold 21.67% of its shares to Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) for €80 million, which is a subsidiary of the Qatar Investment Authority that owns Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain.