Posted on December 22, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Global energy corporation Repsol has renewed its ties with Sport Lisboa e Benfica this morning at the Estádio da Luz.
The Spanish company has sponsored the Lisbon club since 1986 and will continue to support Benfica for a further 10 years.
President Luís Filipe Vieira showed his satisfaction to BTV.
"To be associated with a great brand like Repsol leaves us really satisfied. We have history together, and who knows if in 10 years we aren't back here to renew once again."
Posted on November 14, 2015 by Planet Benfica
A comittee from Sport Lisboa e Benfica traveled to Guinea-Bissau to sign a new protocol and open a Benfica school in the country.
Rui Gomes da Silva was joined by ex-stars Nuno Gomes and Mantorras in this trip that caused much excitement in the western African country.
Hélder and his Benfica B side also traveled to play a game against Sport Bissau e Benfica, which they won 4-3 last Thursday, goals coming from Francisco Vera (2), Hildeberto, and Sarkic.
Posted on October 14, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Promising Portuguese right-back Nélson Semedo underwent knee surgery in Hospital da Luz (Lisbon) this afternoon announced the club via their official website.
The youngster returned from International duty with an injury following Portugal's win away to Serbia, where he played the full 90 minutes. Benfica informed the player was operated due to an osteochondral fracture on his right knee.
Posted on October 12, 2015 by _meg90_
"I am very impressed. Benfica is in fact a huge club and it is also a family. I am totally amazed at what I found and my first impression of the club was excellent. I had a lot of conversations with other Greek players of Benfica and they all told me the best things about the club. This summer, when Benfica showed interest in me, I didn't have to ask anybody anything. I knew almost everything. Fernando Santos had also told me the best things about Benfica and therefore, I was fully informed."
"The atmosphere in the stadium at the Supertaça was excellent. I knew the clubs had a great rivalry. It was a great derby between two great teams which unfortunately we lost. It was a great experience however, to participate in the game. To take part was important as it helped me to adapt to Portuguese football."
Posted on October 10, 2015 by nylofernandes
With many absentees due to the current International break, Benfica coach Rui Vitória continues to prepare and train his team for the following fixtures in the 2015/16 Liga NOS. Vitória has called up seven youth and B-squad players to train and work with Benfica's main team. Goalkeeper Miguel Santos (Age 20), Defenders Rúben Dias (Age 18) and Alexis Scholl (Age 19), Midfielders Renato Sanches, Diogo Gonçalves and João Carvalho (All age 18), and Forward Clésio (Age 20).
Posted on September 25, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Salvio was operated on his right knee this month in Rome and is hoping to return early next year in February 2016.
The player's agent, Agustín Jiménez stated to Portuguese paper Abola that his recovery is going according to plan.
"If everything plans out as it's supposed to the doctors believe Salvio could return this season in February."
Salvio's chief doctor who reconstructed the ligament, Italian Pier Paolo Mariani, validated the claims.
Posted on September 12, 2015 by Planet Benfica
After the 6-0 win in Estádio da Luz against Belenenses, all Benfica players posed for a photo around Salvio's shirt in the dressing room. The Argentine, who is the only player in the injury list, underwent surgery to his right knee after being stretchered off in the penultimate Liga game last season against Marítimo at home.
Salvio, alongside his family, watched the game from the hospital in Rome where he had his second operation in as many months.
Posted on September 6, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Luís Filipe Vieira was invited by Portuguese daily sports paper Abola to give an interview and the Benfica president touched on many points about the club, from the youth formation, the new manager, and Benfica TV.
With back-to-back league titles conquered the president confirmed the main objective for this season is to win the third consecutive title.
Posted on July 8, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Top Eleven interviewed former Benfica midfielder, and current Chelsea man, Nemanja Matic on his feelings about Lisbon and the club he represented in Portugal.
"Of course I still miss Lisbon. Benfica is a great club where I spent over 2 years, I have many friends there."
"I still speak some Portuguese with my colleagues in Chelsea as they understand it better."
"Carrega Benfica!" are the final words from the Serbian. Click play to watch the full video below:
Posted on July 8, 2015 by Planet Benfica
Anderson Talisca has been named in the Top 20 most valuable under 21 players by the Soccerex20 index.
The Benfica midfielder features at number 14 with €18m to his name.
The chart takes into account the player's natural position, age, contract length, the current club's selling power and even how many international caps, goals, and injuries he has.