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In recent years, Portugal have been a steady team and have managed to qualify for every major tournament since the turn of the millenium. Cristiano Ronaldo has undoubtedly taken over the mantle left from Luis Figo as the Portugal figurehead since bursting onto the scene in Euro 2004 and has gone on to be arguably the best player in the world becoming the country's leading goalscorer with over 100 caps to his name.
Portugal have never failed to advance beyond the group stages at a European championships so the omens look good for Fernando Santos' men in 2016. Portugal have reached the semi final of the competition on three occasions , most recently at Euro 2012 where they were beaten by eventual winners Spain on penalties. They have also reached the final once at Euro 2004 in Lisbon. Portugal are the only team to have lost a Euro final as the host nation after being beaten 1-0 to Greece at Euro 2004 to cap on of the biggest shocks in history.
Portugal have a habit of drawing England at major tournaments and there is certainly no love lost between the two sides. The two sides memorably met at Euro 2004 which ended up going to penalties and ultimately a Portuguese victory. They are likely to have more dramatic games at the European Championships so book your 2016 European football championships tickets now with complete confidence at Football Ticket Pad.
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Portgual qualified top of Group I with 1 game to spare and managed to take 21 points from a maximum of 24; their only slip up being a shock 1-0 defeat at home to Albania in the opening round of qualifying matches. That defeat led to
boss Paul Bento losing his position as manager, Portugal then went on to win all of their remaining 7 games - remarkably, all by a one-goal margin, keeping four clean sheets in the process.
Following their defeat to Albania, Cristiano Ronaldo went on to score the only goal of the games against Denmark and Armenia before netting a hat-trick against Armenia in the return fixture in a 3-2 win to score his fifth goal in qualifying.
The goal that sealed their qualification to France 2016 came from midfield ace João Moutinho, as he jinked into the box and rifled it past Denmark's Kasper Schmeichel in a 1-0 win. Portugal then went on to win their final fixture against Serbia despite already sealing Euro 2016 qulaification the game before to guarantee top spot.
Portugal have looked good in qualifying and you can see for yourself if they can continue their form this summer in France. Football Ticket Pad has a range of Portugal Euro 2016 tickets available with tickets for every group stage match and any knockout stage match if they qualify.
Cristiano Ronaldo. You wouldn't expect to see anyone else's name. In his first European Championship tournament since becoming Portugal's all-time leading goal scorer, he will be hoping to continue his country's impressive Euro pedigree; in the last five tournaments, they reached the quarter-final stage or beyond. Back in 2004, they succumbed to an unexpected 0-1 defeat against battling Greece and in 2012 they cruely lost out on penalties to Spain.
Ronaldo's free-scoring forward play in the top domestic leagues has yet to properly transfer into goals at European Championships - yet to score more than 2 in a whole competition. He and the rest of Portugal will be hoping for his Ballon d'or-earning form of the past 2 years to play a big part as Portugal aim to go far in a major tournament that is relatively close to home.
Again, Cristiano Ronaldo is the man they look for when they need a goal or two, or three. Some people will argue that their reliance upon him is a little too much, but with some great young players coming through the ranks, perhaps he will find himself with a team around him that can help Portugal to challenge the best of teams before he retires. Euro 2016 could be a little soon for the emerging talents to make their mark, but the future is starting to look a little brighter for Portugal. As long as Ronaldo is on the pitch, anything is possible for Portugal.
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One to watch out for
Sporting CP defensive midfielder, William Carvalho is apparently being tracked by Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United; although he has a £33million buy out clause in his contract, which looks to have thrown off a lot of interest for the time being we may be able to see glimpses of his star quality.
Recognised as one of the reasons behind Sporting's brilliant start to the season, his composure on the ball and ability to pick a pass quickly makes him perfect for the holding role. He commands the midfield area just ahead of the defence with a maturity beyond his years.
The 23-year-old displayed his appetite for playing for his national team as he was named the best player at the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, held in Czech Republic. Portugal ended up runners-up of this tournament, losing out to Sweden in a penalty shootout.
After an impressive end to 2015 for Madeira-based side Nacional, Lucas João has just recently earned a call up to feature in Portugal's national team. The Angolan-born centre forward has found a new lease of life following his summer move to Championship club Sheffield Wednesday who have been on a promotion charge this season.
Standing at over 6 ft 3 inches tall, he cuts a dominating figure and leads the line incredibly for a 22-year-old. Portugal have lacked a real world class striker for years, and whilst Lucas João is still far away from becoming that, he has many desirable centre forward traits that could certainly make him a real handful in the modern game.
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Iceland take their bow in the tournament for the very first time here in Saint-Etienne. They couldn't have faced a much harder opposition in Portugal and will have to contend with the electric pace and trickery of both Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani. Iceland have a star themselves though in Gylfi Sigurdsson so they'll be quietly confident in getting a result against Portugal and springing a surprise on matchday one. Iceland have also included Eidur Gudjohnsen in their 23-man squad and the former Chelsea and Barcelona striker will hoping his experience will shine through in a memorable occasion for Iceland. Purchase Portugal v Iceland tickets at Football Ticket Pad.
Don't forget to put this one in your diary, it's set to a corker of a tie in the French capital.
Austria surprised many in Qualifying winning 9 of their 10 games and drawing one against Sweden to remain unbeaten. This will unnerve Portugal, they will have their work cut out trying to to break through a compact midfield and resolute defence. Portugal do fortunately have Cristiano Ronaldo to call upon, he's in outstanding form going into the tournament and will make him an early favourite for the Golden boot. However, the Austrians pack firepower of their own in attack and managed to score a healthy 22 goals in their ten qualifying matches. Marc Janko will be a threat after his seven goals in qualifying, as will Bayern Munich's David Alaba who gets forward at every opportunity. Stoke City's Marko Arnautovic will also look to step up on the big stage after an impressive season in the Premier League. Catch the action live from Paris withPortugal v Austria tickets
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It's been a kind draw for Portugal this summer who will be hoping to achieve maximum points in Group F. Hungary are one of the opponents who await them in this final group game as Portugal look to seal their passage into the last 16. Their opponents, Hungary are not expected to go far in the tournament after sealing their place through the play-offs and securing their first major tournament appearance in 30 years. Former Liverpool striker, Krisztian Nemeth will lead the line for the Hungarians and will look to shock Portugal in Lyon. Portugal v Hungary tickets can be bought through Football Ticket Pad from today. If your planning to attend Euro 2016 in the summer we have Portugal v Hungary tickets available at Football Ticket Pad.
A rollercoaster evening was in store for Cristiano Ronaldo at the Stade De France. He was the main attraction, it was his time. After 23 minutes, Ronaldo was weeping like a child after having his European final was cruelly ended. However, two hours later it was tears of joy as Mark Clattenburg blew his whistle for the last time to send Portugal into delirium.