Visit the home of Alvalade history and learn more about more than a century countless trophies
The Sporting Museum is located on the 1st floor of Estádio José Alvalade (entry throug hHall Vip/ TMN Gate).
Inaugurated in August 2004 by António Dias da Cunha (then President of Sporting Clube de Portugal) and the President of the Lisbon Municipal Council, the Museum spans 1,000m2 and houses more than two thousand photographs and around five thousand trophies.
The Museum also serves as Sporting's Trophy Room, with the 22 European titles won by the Club proudly standing in the centre.
Visitors can also see timeless items such as a medal from 1902 from SC Belas, with the original designs of the Sporting logo, as well as the bicycle used by Joaquim Agostinho, the hockey stick used by António Livramento, the shirt used by Carlos Lopes when winning Olympic gold and the ball used in the 18th of March 1964 5-0 win over Manchester United.
Visitors can also watch a film and see photographs of the famous Five Violins and finish with a movie in the cinema suite imitating the stadium stands.