Casa Pia Live Streams

Find Primeira Liga live streams of all of Casa Pia’s fixtures below.

Casa Pia Atlético Clube is a professional Portuguese football club based in the city of Lisbon. Commonly known as Casa Pia, the club currently competes in the Primeira Liga, which is the top division of Portuguese football and one they haven’t competed in for too many years of their history.

Casa Pia currently plays their home matches at the Estadio Pina Manique, which is one of the smallest stadiums in the top flight with a maximum capacity of just 2,574. The club is a multi-sports club that has played as many as 25 sports and is named after a children’s charity.

Casa Pia Honours

Casa Pia were an amateur club for much of their history, meaning many of their biggest honours have come from the lower leagues of Portuguese football. Casa Pia’s first-ever trophy came when they defeated Benfica 2-1 in the Bronze Herculano Santos, a success they were captained to by Candido de Oliviera. Their most celebrated season came in the 1920/21 campaign, which was also their first season in their history, as they won two trophies within the same year. They were champions of both the Campeonato de Lisboa and the Lisbon Cup, as well as defeating FC Porto in the Taca 28 de Julho, which later became the Taca de Portugal the following year.  Casa Pia’s most recent rophy win came in the Portugal Championship in the 2018/19 season which they won 6-4 on penalties.

Casa Pia History

As previously mentioned, Casa Pia is a multi-sports club that has divisions within multiple sports. Casa Pia has teams within football, futsal, handball, hockey, table tennis, wrestling, karate, gynmastics, weightlifting and sport fishing. Within football, the club has been relegated five times in their history and promoted four times. Since the 2007/08 season, the club has enjoyed three promotions, with their most recent promotion in the 2021/22 season campaign leading to them competing in the Primeria Liga for the first time in 83 years. The most celebrated player in the club’s history is the aforementioned Candido de Oliviera, who played for the club between 1920-1926 after spending six years at Benfica. He was one of four Casa Pia players to play in Portugal’s first-ever international against Spain in 1920 and he went on to manage the Portugal national team on three separate spells, as well as Sporting CP and Porto.