Three Portuguese stadiums have been selected as venues for the 2030 Football World Cup.

These stadiums include the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon, with a capacity of approximately 65,000, the Estádio do Dragão in Porto, and the Estádio José Alvalade in Lisbon, both with around 50,000 seats. These are the only stadiums in Portugal that meet FIFA's requirements for hosting World Cup matches.

According to FIFA's specifications, stadiums must have a minimum of 80,000 seats for hosting finals and opening ceremonies, 60,000 for quarter-finals and beyond, and at least 40,000 for the remaining matches.

These stadiums also share a connection to Euro 2004, a major football competition held in Portugal, as they were originally built to host matches during that tournament. The Estádio do Dragão hosted the opening game, the Estádio da Luz hosted the final, and the Estádio José Alvalade hosted a semi-final, all of which were memorable clashes between Portugal and Greece during Euro 2004. Photo by Валерий Дед, Wikimedia commons.