Take a look at the stadiums that will be hosting The Atlantic Cup in 2015.

The Estádio Algarve

The Algarve Stadium ‘Estádio Algarve’ with its daring architecture has already made it a benchmark in contemporary Portuguese architecture, and it is without a doubt one of the most functional and versatile of the 10 stadiums that form part of the final phase for UEFA EURO 2004.

Stadium Algarve is a harmonious fusion of architectural features created by steel and concrete, benefiting from the optimal location and landscape of the surrounding environs. The Stadium has a capacity of 30,305 seats. An articulate steel structure, distinct from the main concrete construction, supports the upper part of the main stands.

The stadium, entrusted with the responsibility of hosting EURO 2004 and other prestige and large-scale events (more recently, EURO 16 qualifier Portugal v Armenia), will be the main venue for The Atlantic Cup 2015. 

Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista

The Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista is located in the Parchal region of the Algarve. 

Bela Vista will be the secondary Venue for The Atlantic Cup 2016, hosting three fixtures. 

Estádio da Nora

The Estádio da Nora is the home of FC Ferreiras, a third tier club based in Albufeira. 

With a capacity of 2,000, it has been used as a secondary venue for the The Atlantic Cup in previous years.