Sporting Clube de Braga play at the AXA stadium in Portugal's Primeira Liga. Braga fans are known as Arsenalistas because of their home kit which is similar to English Premier League team Arsenal's. When at home they play in a red shirt with white sleeves, white shorts and red socks. However this was not always the case. When the club formed in January 1921 they wore a green and white kit, this was the case until 1946/47 when the change was made to red and white.
Sporting Braga consistently finishes inside the top five of the Primeira Liga and subsequently has made numerous appearances in European competition. Braga was the last side to win the UEFA Intertoto cup in 2008 before it was discontinued the following year. During the 2010/11 season, the Portuguese side made their UEFA Champions League debut. They beat Scottish side Celtic 3-0 at home.
Portuguese outfit Sporting Braga have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
Portuguese club SC Braga have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Having launched their new away kit at the start of August, the new home shirt for Braga features their iconic red and white colours [...]
Portuguese Primeira Liga side SC Braga have officially launched their new away kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Macron, the new away kit for SC Braga features a sky blue along with dark blue applications on the sides and kit collar [...]
They progressed on aggregate after losing the away fixture and played FC Sevilla in the fourth qualifying round. FC Braga won both ties and qualified for the Champions league group stage for the first time in the clubs history. The second round proved a stretch too far and a third place finish in their group earned them a spot in the UEFA Europa league where they ended up making the final. On 18 May 2011, Braga was defeated in the final 1-0 by fellow Primeira Liga side Porto.
The Portuguese club side have two additional strips for away fixtures. One is mainly dark blue with red and white details, the other white with red details.