Posted on December 24, 2016 by inMotionSLB
The Premier League International Cup returns in 2017 as Benfica B play PSV in the last game of Group A.
After a 2-0 win against Derby and a narrow loss in Sunderland, Helder's side must rely on Derby to win their last game to have a chance of qualifying through the quarter-finals, where nothing but a victory will suffice.
Fulham FC's training ground in New Malden (Motspur Park) will host the final match between the Portuguese and the Dutch side on 18th January at 19:00 GMT.
Posted on May 4, 2016 by Planet Benfica
SuperCup Northern Ireland friendly youth tournament (formerly known as the Milk Cup) has confirmed Benfica alongside Celtic (SCO), Everton (ENG) and Real Sociedad (ESP) in their under-21 competition.
More details will be announced as fixtures are released for the tournament starting Thursday 21st July until Friday 29th July 2016.
SuperCup NI Official website
Posted on September 13, 2015 by _meg90_
Benfica B secured another win in the Segunda Liga against Académico de Viseu, winning 2-0 with goals from Rebocho and Sancidino, with both Luis Felipe Vieira and Rui Vitoria in attendance. The team line up included:
Miguel Santos, Pedro Rebocho, João Nunes, Vitalii Lystcov, Alexandre Alfaiate, Pawel Dawidowicz, João Carvalho, Diogo Gonçalves, Sancidino Silva, Renato Sanches and Francisco Vera.
Posted on August 3, 2015 by Planet Benfica
The Premier League International Cup 2015/16 kicks-off this month with similar format to the inaugural competition last season, with four groups made up of sixteen teams, eight from England and eight from Europe.
All matches will be played in England and each team will play each other once only. The winners and runners-up from each group will progress to the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final, all to be played as single-leg ties.
Benfica have been drawn in Group A with Chelsea, Liverpool and Scottish side Celtic. All teams must field under 21 players though three outfield players and goalkeeper can be over the maximum age.
Read more to see confirmed fixture dates, venues and kick-off times.
|Group A||Group B||Group C||Group D|
|Celtic (SCO)||Porto (POR)||PSV (NED)||Bilbao (ESP)|
|Benfica (POR)||Schalke (GER)||Villarreal (ESP)||B. Mönchengladbach (GER)|
Posted on June 2, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Diogo Gonçalves scored the winner against FC United 8 minutes from full time which saw the Broadhurst Park opening match end 1-0 to the away side.
FC United invited Benfica for the special occasion and the Lisbon side were able to send a mix of their B and youth squads, despite playing the League Cup final on the same day and hour in Coimbra.
The Manchester based club successfully hosted the event and created a spectacular atmosphere around the match in their first ever ground, boasting an all standing terrace at one end.
Posted on May 6, 2015 by Laura1904
Benfica B starting 11:
Bruno Varela; Nelson Semedo, João Nunes, Marcos Valente, Pedro Rebocho; Dawidowicz, Renato Sanches (Nuno Santos, 46m), Elbio Alvarez (Sarkic, 46m); João Carvalho, Diogo Gonçalves, Gonçalo Guedes
Today was the perfect opportunity to catch up with rivals Sporting B ahead of Sunday’s derby -16:00 BST in Seixal-, in a game which should have easily been at Benfica’s grasp. Marítimo B had just come out from a long winning draught - having lost 5 of their last games and drawn 1 -, sitting at the bottom of the table, second last.
Posted on February 18, 2015 by Anonymous (not verified)
After last weekend's 4-1 victory against Oliveirense Benfica B travel to SC Covilhã, a team that deserves maximum respect according to manager Hélder Cristóvão.
"SC Covilhã are a great team at home, specially with the characteristics of their narrow pitch which they are accustomed to. They are an aggressive team and take advantage of set pieces, and of course there will be extra motivation on their side as they will be playing Benfica."
"We will have to work hard to bring points back to Lisbon."
Posted on January 27, 2015 by Anonymous (not verified)
Benfica have been called as the guest opposition to face FC United in their commemorative 10 year anniversary on May 29th 2015.
The Manchester based club will welcome the B team at Broadhurst Park which is expected to be fully completed before the match, which will have a capacity of over 4,000.
“FC United of Manchester is delighted to be playing Benfica as one of the first games in our new ground at Broadhurst Park in Moston, north Manchester,” Andy Walsh, Club general manager
Posted on January 15, 2015 by Anonymous (not verified)
Benfica B player Fábio Cardoso has confirmed that he will be leaving Benfica temporarily after 9 years at the Lisbon club.
The Portuguese central defender left a message on social networks to say goodbye until the end of the season.
Posted on January 5, 2015 by Anonymous (not verified)
Benfica's B team travelled this morning to Alcochete to face rivals Sporting B in the 21st matchweek of the Segunda Liga where the reds won 1-0.
Benfica scored in the first 3 minutes via a venemous shot by Fábio Cardoso, who lashed at the ball inside the area giving the opposition no chance at a block or a potential save.
Sporting were unable to react to the early goal and the match literally ended as it started.