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Sports in Porto
Rua Dom Manuel II - Edifício Palácio de Cristal
This is a multi-functional set used for several sportive and cultural activities.
Via Futebol Clube do Porto - Entrada Nascente, Porta 15 - Piso 3
Kick-off stage of the EURO 2004, the new sports complex is the new millennium Antas Stadium and the successor of the old dragon house, dated from 1952. Planned by Manuel Salgado and open in November, 2003, the dragons’ house was made for the happening of any national or international football event.
Via Futebol Clube do Porto
Opened in April 2009, after 16 months of construction, the Dragon Box Arena is a modern sports complex with a capacity for 2007 viewers (1868 bench seats, 121 in cabins and 18 for the press). Has all conditions for the practice of flag, including handball, basketball and roller hockey, although it also has enough height to volleyball practice. Features some particularities in relation to other similar constructions, such as the Canadian maple wood flooring, the automated elevation of roller hockey tables or external physiognomy readily identifiable from the VCI.
Rua do Estrela e Vigorosa Sport, 604
This Club has several sports’ practices. We point out the fact that it has a department responsible for special sports such as tennis in wheel-chairs and boccia.
Rua do Monte Aventino
Pleasant centre with cardio fitness gymnasium, tennis court, squash, restaurant and bar.
Rua de Santa Catarina, 132
This place has 4 swimming pools: one with 8 meters, two with 16 meters and one of 24 meters.
Rua de Damião de Góis
This place in the Invicta is especially for those who like to play tennis.
Rua do Clube Fluvial Portuense, 13 (Rua Aleixo da Mota)
Six swimming pools with four learning pools, separated jumping tub, pre- filtered, filtered and heated water. The club also has a tennis court.