Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon play their home games at the Estadio Jose Alvalade wearing green and white hooped shirts manufactured by German brand Puma. The club have been one of the most dominant clubs in the Portuguese club football as they have won 18 league titles and only FC Porto and SL Benfica have won titles than the club. The club have several household names in their squad including Rui Patricio, Diego Capel, Stijn Schaars, Khalid Boulahrouz and Marcos Rojo.
Sporting Clube de Portugal, nicknamed Leoes, Verde-e-Brancos or Lagartos are best known as Sporting were established in 1902 they started to use the name Sporting Clube de Portugal in 1906.
With the first round of prestigious Champions League fixtures completed this week, we take a closer look at each club's third and home shirts to be worn throughout the elite of European football this 2016/17 season. Group A PSG - Nike have issued the French giants with an ultra-clean white third [...]
Macron hand Portuguese giants Sporting one of the most eye-catching kit collections of the upcoming 2016/17 season. Primeira League runners-up last term, Sporting now look to go one step further next season by lifting the prestigious trophy with kit suppliers Macron composing striking home, away, [...]
Signing a new kit deal with Macron back in March 2014, Sporting have officially revealed their new kits for the 2015-16 season. The all new home shirt for Sporting again features the club's famous green and white hooped design while a white traditional styled collar has been added [...]
Primeira Liga side Sporting CP have officially launched their new fourth Champions League kit for the 2014-15 season. Set to play Chelsea, FC Schalke 04 and Maribor in the group stages the new Champions League kit for Sporting CP was unveiled by the club's new signing Nani from Manchester United. [...]
Portuguese club Sporting have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for next season. Sporting have their kits supplied by Macron after they signed a new kit deal with the Italian brand earlier this year [...]
Built for the 2004 European Championships, Sporting use the 52,466 Jose Alvalade XXI Stadium, name after their former club president. Sporting play in the Portugese SuperLiga and have won the league title 18 times with a European Cup Winners' Cup win in 1964 along with 13 domestic cup wins.
Sporting Clube de Portugal or just Sporting, as all Portuguese speaking people refer to them are a Portuguese nationwide sports club, that in fact has is headquarters and football stadium in the located in the city Lisbon, however its presence and influence in terms of action and supporters is far beyond the boundaries of the city of Lisbon itself and even the boundaries of the country Portugal, as the numerous supporters delegations and football academies throughout the world can illustrate.