Porto's home shirt is one of the most recognisable shirts not only in Portugal but Europe as it features blue and white stripes which are usually completed with blue shorts and socks. The FC Porto shirts are supplied by Warrior who signed a new kit deal with the club commencing at teh start of the 2014-15 season. The most famous Porto shirt is the Nike home shirt they wore in the 2004 UEFA Champions League where they beat AS Monaco in the final.
FC Porto were founded in 1893 and won the first two ever Portuguese championships, the team and the fans are often known at the Dragons but have also been nicknamed the Tripeiros! Porto are an important team in European football and are founding members of the G-14.
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 [...]
Porto opt for a bright yellow and royal blue colour-way to grace their New Balance third shirt for 2016/17. Using a distinctive New Balance kit template of a hooped display with added zig-zag detailing, Portugal's famous club of Porto will wear a striking third shirt within 2016/17 which uses a b [...]
Kit suppliers New Balance add some modern touches to Porto's famous white and blue striped home shirt for 2016/17. Providing a dramatically modified visual compared to their unique 2015/16 home shirt, Porto's latest first choice strip stays more traditional through a New Balance kit template whic [...]
New Balance use the night sky as inspiration for Porto's all-new stealthy away shirt. Designed with substantial patriotic Porto feels, seeing 'Porto! Porto! Porto!' text incorporated within the inner neckline and hem, the famous Portuguese club will flaunt an all-round powerful away shirt for 201 [...]
They play at the 52,000 capacity Estadio do Dragao, which was constructed as part of Portugal's hosting of the 2004 European Championships.
Porto have won the European Cup on two occasions and the UEFA Cup once. In 1999 Porto sealed their dominance of recent years by winning the Penta, five Portugese league championships in a row. Porto have also won the European Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup.