List of S.L. Benfica records and statistics

Sport Lisboa e Benfica, commonly known as Benfica, is a Portuguese professional football team based in Lisbon. The club was founded on 28 February 1904 as Sport Lisboa and merged with Grupo Sport Benfica in 1908 to form Sport Lisboa e Benfica. The club's records and statistics here gathered only concern competitive, professional matches (no exhibition games are considered). They include data on honours, players, transfers, managers, and team records, respectively.

Honours

Benfica is the most decorated club in Portugal, holding the records for most Primeira Liga, Taça de Portugal and Taça da Liga titles, three of the four most important competitions in the country (the other being Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira). Moreover, Benfica is the only club to have won four consecutive editions of Taça de Portugal, from 1948–49 to 1952–53 (in 1949–50 the cup was not held), and four consecutive editions of Taça da Liga, from 2008–09 to 2011–12.

National titles

Doubles

Trebles

Players

Benfica's record appearance-maker is Nené, who made 575 appearances over the course of his career. Ten players have made more than 400 appearances, including four members of the 1961 European Cup-winning team. Eusébio is the club's top goalscorer with 473 goals in his 15 years spell. Only two other players have scored more than 300 goals for the club.

Appearances records

Most appearances

As of 25 September 2018
Ranking Name Years League Total Ref
1 Nené 1968–1986 422 575 [1][2][12]
2 Veloso 1980–1995 379 538 [1][2][12]
3 Luisão 2003–2018 337 538 [1][2]
4 Mário Coluna 1954–1970 364 518 [1][2][12]
5 Humberto Coelho 1968–1975; 1977–1984 355 498 [2][13][12]
6 Shéu 1972–1989 349 487 [2][12]
7 Manuel Bento 1972–1990 329 465 [2][14]

Goal scoring records

  • Most goals scored in all competitions: Eusébio, 473.[15]
  • Most goals scored in a season: Eusébio, 50 (1967–68).
  • Most league goals scored: Eusébio, 317.[16]
  • Most league goals scored in a season: Eusébio, 42 (1967–68).
  • Most goals scored in UEFA club competitions: Eusébio, 56.[3]
  • Most goals scored in UEFA club competitions finals: Eusébio, 3 (2 in 1962 European Cup Final, 1 in 1963 European Cup Final).
  • Most goals scored in Taça de Portugal finals: Rogério Pipi, 15 (All-time record).[17]
  • Most goals scored in Taça da Liga: Jonas, 10.[18]
  • Most goals scored in Taça da Liga finals:
    • Rodrigo, 2 (1 in 2012 Final, 1 in 2014 Final – All-time joint record).
    • Jonas, 2 (1 in 2015 Final, 1 in 2016 Final – All-time joint record).
    • Kostas Mitroglou, 2 (2 in 2016 Final – All-time joint record).
  • Most goals scored in Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira:
  • Most goals scored in Derby de Lisboa: Eusébio, 27.[6]
  • Most goals scored in O Clássico: Eusébio, 25 (All-time record).[7]
  • Most consecutive matches scoring at least one goal: Julinho, 12 (scored 20 times, from 16 October 1949 to 29 January 1950).[22][23][24]
  • Youngest goalscorer: Fernando Chalana, 17 years, 7 months and 7 days (against Académica on 25 September 1976).[25][26]
  • Most own-goals scored: Jardel, 4.[27]

Top goalscorers

Ranking Name Years Matches Goals Ref
1 Eusébio 1961–1975 440 473 [28][29][30][12]
2 José Águas 1950–1963 384 379 [28][29][30][12]
3 Nené 1968–1986 575 359 [28][29][30][12]
4 José Torres 1959–1971 259 226 [28][30][12]
5 Arsénio 1943–1955 298 220 [28][30][12]
6 Rogério Pipi 1942–1947
1947–1954
314 205 [28]
7 Julinho 1942–1951
1952–1953
200 202 [28]
8 José Augusto 1959–1970 369 175 [28]
9 Óscar Cardozo 2007–2014 292 172 [28]
10 Nuno Gomes 1997–2000
2002–2011
399 166 [28]

Top foreign goalscorers

As of 18 July 2019
Ranking Name Years Matches Goals Ref
1 Óscar Cardozo 2007–2014 293 172 [31][32]
2 Jonas 2014–2019 183 137 [33]
3 Mats Magnusson 1987–1992 164 84 [31][34]
4 Michael Manniche 1983–1987 132 75 [31][35]
5 Isaías 1990–1995 178 71 [31][36]
6 Lima 2012–2015 144 70 [31][37]
7 Eduardo Salvio 2010–2011
2012–2019
266 62 [38]
8 Kostas Mitroglou 2015–2017 88 52 [39]
9 Luisão 2003–2018 538 47 [40]
10 Rodrigo 2011–2014 120 45 [31][41]

Historical goals

Primeira Liga

As of 15 May 2016, Benfica have scored 5,555 goals in the Primeira Liga.
Goal Name Date Match
1 Alfredo Valadas20 January 1935Benfica 1–0 Vitória de Setúbal
100 Alfredo Valadas31 January 1937Benfica 10–2 Leixões
500 Joaquim Teixeira6 February 1944Benfica 6–1 Salgueiros
1,000 Rosário1949–50Vitória de Guimarães 3–5 Benfica
1,500 José Águas1956–57Benfica 6–0 CUF
2,000 Yaúca17 November 1963Benfica 4–2 Belenenses
2,500 Artur Jorge27 September 1970Benfica 4–0 Boavista
3,000 Vítor Martins13 February 1977Benfica 6–1 Estoril
3,500 Nené18 March 1984Farense 2–7 Benfica
4,000 Sergei Yuran7 December 1991Benfica 3–0 Beira-Mar
4,500 Karel Poborský14 February 2000Vitória de Setúbal 1–2 Benfica
5,000 David Suazo2 November 2008Vitória de Guimarães 1–2 Benfica
5,500 Jonas20 December 2015Benfica 3–1 Rio Ave

UEFA competitions

As of 13 April 2016, Benfica have scored 644 goals in UEFA competitions.
Goal Name Date Match Competition Ref
1 Francisco Palmeiro19 September 1957 Sevilla 3–1 BenficaEuropean Cup[42][43]
50 Eusébio31 October 1962 Norrköping 1–1 BenficaEuropean Cup[42]
100 Pedras30 September 1965 Stade Dudelange 3–1 BenficaEuropean Cup[42][44]
150 Jacinto Santos12 February 1969 Ajax 1–3 BenficaEuropean Cup[42]
200 Rui Jordão2 October 1974 Vanløse 1–4 BenficaEuropean Cup Winners' Cup[42][44]
250 Zoran Filipović3 November 1982 Lokeren 1–2 BenficaUEFA Cup[42]
300 Ademir Alcântara5 October 1988Benfica 3–1 Montpellier UEFA Cup[42][44]
350 Pacheco29 September 1992 Belvedur Izola 0–5 BenficaUEFA Cup[42]
400 Valdo5 December 1995 Bayern Munich 4–2 BenficaUEFA Cup[42][44]
450 Simão16 September 2004 Dukla Banská Bystrica 0–3 BenficaUEFA Cup[42]
500 Óscar Cardozo4 December 2008 Shakhtar Donetsk 1–2 BenficaUEFA Champions League[42]
550 Óscar Cardozo24 February 2011 Stuttgart 0–2 BenficaUEFA Europa League[42]
600 Óscar Cardozo2 May 2013Benfica 3–1 Fenerbahçe UEFA Europa League[42][45]

Trophy winners

  • Most league titles: Eusébio, 11 (1960–61, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75 – All-time record).[46]
  • Most Taça da Liga titles: Luisão, 7 (2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16 – All-time record).[47]
  • Most Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira titles: Luisão, 4 ( 2005, 2014, 2016, 2017).

Most titles won

Current players are marked in bold.[48]

Ranking Name Years Titles
1 Luisão 2003–2018 20
2 Nené 1968–1986 19
3 Mário Coluna 1954–1970 18
4 Eusébio 1961–1975 17
Shéu 1972–1989
6 António Simões 1961–1975 16
7 Cavém 1954–1970 15
Jardel 2011–
André Almeida 2011–
10 José Águas 1950–1963 14
Ângelo Martins 1952–1965
Eduardo Salvio 2010–2011; 2012–2019

Team captains

Individual award winners

Bola de Prata

Primeira Liga top scorer
Player Title(s) Season(s)
Eusébio 7 1963–64, 1964–65, 1965–66 (shared), 1966–67, 1967–68, 1969–70, 1972–73
José Águas 5 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1958–59, 1960–61
Julinho 2 1942–43, 1959–50
Artur Jorge 2 1970–71, 1971–72
Rui Jordão 2 1975–76, 1979–80
Nené 2 1980–81, 1983–84 (shared)
Óscar Cardozo 2 2009–10, 2011–12 (shared)
Jonas 2 2015–16, 2017–18
José Torres 1 1962–63
Vata 1 1988–89
Mats Magnusson 1 1989–90
Rui Águas 1 1990–91
Simão Sabrosa 1 2002–03 (shared)
Haris Seferović 1 2018–19

Cosme Damião Award

Benfica's Player of the Year
Year Winner Ref
2006 Simão [58]
2007 Rui Costa [58]
2008 Kostas Katsouranis [58]
2009 Luisão [58][59]
2010 Fábio Coentrão [58][60]
2011 Pablo Aimar [58][61]
2012 Maxi Pereira [62]
2013 Not awarded
2014 Nicolás Gaitán [63]
2015 Jonas [64]
2016 [65]
2017 [66]
2018 [67]

Transfers

Highest transfer fees paid

Ranking Name Transfer fee From Date Ref
1 Raúl Jiménez €21.8M Atlético Madrid 21 July 2016 [68]
2 Raúl de Tomás €20M Real Madrid 3 July 2019 [69]
3 Carlos Vinícius €17M Napoli 20 July 2019 [70]
4 Rafa €16.4M Braga 31 August 2016 [71]
5 Pizzi €14M Atlético Madrid 31 December 2015 [68][72]
6 Eduardo Salvio €13.5M 31 July 2012 [73]
7 Simão €12M Barcelona 31 May 2001 [74]
8 Óscar Cardozo €11.6M Newell's Old Boys 15 April 2008 [75][76]
9 Andreas Samaris €10M Olympiacos 22 August 2014 [77]
10 Ola John €9.1M Twente 24 May 2012 [78]

Highest transfer fees received

Ranking Name Transfer fee To Date Ref
1 João Félix €126M Atlético Madrid 3 July 2019 [79]
2 Raúl Jiménez €41M Wolverhampton Wanderers 4 April 2019 [80]
3 Axel Witsel €40M Zenit Saint Petersburg 3 September 2012 [81]
Ederson Manchester City 1 June 2017 [82]
5 Nélson Semedo €35.6M Barcelona 2 December 2018 [83]
6 Renato Sanches €35M Bayern Munich 10 May 2016 [84]
Victor Lindelöf Manchester United 10 June 2017 [85]
8 Fábio Coentrão €30M Real Madrid 5 July 2011 [86]
Rodrigo Meriton Capital Limited 31 January 2014 [87]
Gonçalo Guedes Paris Saint-Germain 25 January 2017 [88]

Managerial records

Trophy winners

  • First title: Cosme Damião, Campeonato de Lisboa (1909–10).
  • Most titles: Jorge Jesus, 10 (1 Taça de Portugal, 1 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, 3 Primeira Liga, 5 Taça da Liga).
  • Most Campeonato de Lisboa titles: Cosme Damião, 8 (1909–10, 1911–12, 1912–13 1913–14, 1915–16, 1916–17, 1917–18, 1919–20).
  • Most Campeonato de Portugal titles: Arthur John, 2 (1929–30, 1930–31).
  • Most Taça de Portugal titles:
  • Most Continental titles: Béla Guttmann, 2 (1960–61, 1961–62).
  • Most league titles: Otto Glória, 4 (1954–55, 1956–57, 1967–68, 1968–69).
  • Most Taça da Liga titles: Jorge Jesus, 5 (2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2013–14, 2014–15).
  • Most Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira titles: Rui Vitória, 2 (2016–17, 2017–18).
  • Most titles in a season:
    • Lajos Baróti, 3 (1980–81 – Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, Primeira Liga and Taça de Portugal).
    • Jorge Jesus, 3 (2013–14 – Taça da Liga, Primeira Liga and Taça de Portugal).
    • Jorge Jesus, 3 (2014–15 – Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, Primeira Liga and Taça da Liga).
    • Rui Vitória, 3 (2016–17 – Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, Primeira Liga and Taça de Portugal).

Club records

Matches

Firsts

  • First match: Carcavelos 3–1 Benfica, Campeonato de Lisboa, 4 November 1906.[28]
  • First Derby de Lisboa match: Benfica 1–2 Sporting CP, Campeonato de Lisboa, 1 December 1907.[28]
  • First Campeonato de Portugal match: Braga 3–4 Benfica (Round of 16), 3 April 1927.[28]
  • First O Clássico match: Benfica 3–0 FC Porto, Campeonato de Portugal (Final), 28 June 1931.[28]
  • First league match: Benfica 3–1 Vitória de Setúbal, 20 January 1935.[28]
  • First Taça de Portugal match: Luso SC 0–5 Benfica (Round 1 – First leg), 14 May 1939.[28]
  • First European Cup match: Sevilla 3–1 Benfica (Round 1 – First leg), 19 September 1957.[28]
  • First Intercontinental Cup match: Benfica 1–0 Peñarol (First leg), 6 September 1961.[28]
  • First UEFA Cup Winners' Cup match: Olimpija Ljubljana 1–1 Benfica (Round 1 – First leg), 16 September 1970.[28]
  • First UEFA Cup match: Nantes 0–2 Benfica (Round 1 – First leg), 13 September 1978.[28]
  • First Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira match: Sporting CP 2–2 Benfica (First leg), 10 September 1980.[28]
  • First UEFA Champions League match: Hajduk Split 0–0 Benfica (Group stage), 14 September 1994.[28]
  • First match at Estádio da Luz: Benfica 1–2 Beira-Mar (Primeira Liga), 2 November 2003.[89]
  • First Taça da Liga match: Estrela da Amadora 1–1 Benfica (4–5, pso) (Round 3), 26 September 2007.[28]
  • First UEFA Europa League match: Benfica 4–0 Vorskla Poltava (Play-off round – First leg), 20 August 2009.[28]

Wins

  • Record win: Lisboa FC 0–15 Benfica, Campeonato de Lisboa, 9 April 1911.[28]
  • Record Campeonato de Portugal win: União Operário 8–1 Benfica (Round 1), 30 March 1930.[28]
  • Record O Clássico win: Benfica 12–2 FC Porto (Primeira Liga) (All-time record), 7 February 1943.[90]
  • Record Derby de Lisboa win:
    • Benfica 5–0 Sporting CP, Campeonato de Lisboa, 3 December 1939.[91]
    • Benfica 5–0 Sporting CP, Primeira Liga, 28 April 1946.[91]
    • Benfica 7–2 Sporting CP, Primeira Liga, 19 November 1978.[91]
    • Benfica 5–0 Sporting CP, Taça de Portugal (Quarterfinals), 12 March 1986.[91]
    • Benfica 5–0 Sporting CP, Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira, 4 August 2019.
  • Record league win: Benfica 13–1 Sanjoanense, 27 April 1947.[28]
  • Record Intercontinental Cup win: Benfica 1–0 Peñarol (First leg), 6 September 1961.[28]
  • Record European Cup win: Benfica 10–0 Stade Dudelange (Preliminary round – Second leg), 5 October 1965.[3][28]
  • Record UEFA Cup Winners' Cup win: Benfica 8–1 Olimpija Ljubljana (Round 1 – Second leg), 30 September 1970.[28]
  • Record Taça de Portugal win: Benfica 14–1 Riachense (Round of 16), 11 January 1989.[28]
  • Record UEFA Cup win: Belvedur Izola 0–5 Benfica (First round – Second leg), 30 September 1992.
  • Record UEFA Champions League win: Benfica 6–0 Beitar Jerusalem (Second qualifying round – First Leg),12 August 1998.
  • Record UEFA Europa League win: Benfica 5–0 Everton (Group stage), 22 October 2009.[28]
  • Record Taça da Liga win: Moreirense 1–6 Benfica (Round 3), 26 January 2016 .[28]
  • Record Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira win: Benfica 5–0 Sporting CP, 4 August 2019.

Defeats

  • Record defeat:
    • Benfica 0–8 Império, Campeonato de Lisboa, 30 October 1927.[28]
    • FC Porto 8–0 Benfica, Campeonato de Portugal (Quarterfinals – First leg), 28 May 1933.[28]
  • Record Taça de Portugal defeat: Benfica 1–6 FC Porto (Semifinals – First Leg), 11 June 1939.[28]
  • Record Intercontinental Cup win: Peñarol 5–0 Benfica (Second leg) (All-time record), 17 September 1961.[28]
  • Record European Cup defeat: Borussia Dortmund 5–0 Benfica (Round 1 – Second leg), 4 December 1963.[28]
  • Record UEFA Cup Winners' Cup defeat:
  • Record league defeat: Sporting CP 7–1 Benfica, 14 December 1986.[28]
  • Record Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira defeat: Benfica 0–5 FC Porto, 18 September 1996.[28]
  • Record UEFA Cup defeat: Celta Vigo 7–0 Benfica (Third round – First leg), 25 November 1999[3][28]
  • Record UEFA Europa League defeat: Liverpool 4–1 (Quarterfinals – Second leg), 8 April 2010.
  • Record Taça da Liga defeat: Moreirense 3–1 Benfica (Semifinals), 26 January 2017.
  • Record UEFA Champions League defeat: Basel 5–0 Benfica (Group stage), 27 September 2017.[28]

Streaks

  • Longest unbeaten run (all competitions): 48 matches (from 22 December 1963 to 14 February 1965).[92]
  • Longest league winning run: 29 matches (from 9 April 1972 to 11 March 1973) (European record).[93]
  • Longest winning run (all domestic competitions): 34 matches (from 9 April 1972 to 18 March 1973).
  • Longest unbeaten league run: 56 matches (from 27 October 1974 to 1 September 1978) (domestic record).[94]
  • Longest winning run (all competitions): 18 matches (from 12 December 2010 to 2 March 2011) (domestic joint record).[95][96][97]
  • Longest period without conceding a home goal (all competitions): 941 minutes (from the 37' on 10 December 2013 to the 78' on 20 March 2014).[98]
  • Longest away winning streak (all competitions): 11 matches (from 2 January 2016 to 20 March 2016).[99]
  • Longest away winning streak (league): 16 matches (from 2 January 2016 to 23 October 2016).[100]

Goals

  • Fewest league goals scored in a season: 34 in 14 matches (1937–38).
  • Most league goals scored in a season:
    • 103 in 26 matches (1963–64).
    • 103 in 34 matches (2018–19).
  • Fewest league goals conceded in a season: 11 in 30 matches (1977–78).
  • Most league goals conceded in a season: 48 in 34 matches (1989–90).

Points

League

  • Most points in a season:
    • Two points for a win: 69 in 38 matches (1990–91) (domestic record).
    • Three points for a win: 88 in 34 matches (2015–16) (domestic joint record).
  • Fewest points in a season:
    • Two points for a win: 18 in 14 matches (1940–41).
    • Three points for a win: 52 in 30 matches (2007–08).

European Cup group stage

  • Most/Fewest points in a season: 5 in 6 matches (1991–92).

UEFA Champions League group stage

  • Most points in a season:
    • Two points for a win: 9 in 6 matches (1994–95).
    • Three points for a win: 12 in 6 matches (2011–12).
  • Fewest points in a season:
    • Two points for a win: 9 in 6 matches (1994–95).
    • Three points for a win: 0 in 6 matches (2017–18) (domestic record).[101]

UEFA Cup group stage

  • Most points in a season: 9 in 4 matches (2004–05).
  • Fewest points in a season: 1 in 4 matches (2008–09).

UEFA Europa League group stage

  • Most/Fewest points in a season: 15 in 6 matches (2009–10).

See also

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