Taça de Portugal final moved to Coimbra

The 2019/2020 final of the Taça de Portugal will take place at the Estádio Cidade de Coimbra at 8:45 pm on Saturday, August 1.

This the first time the final has been held outside of Estádio Nacional in Oeiras since the 1982/83 season. That match was played at the Estádio das Antas between this years finalists SL Benfica and FC Porto.

SL Benfica have knocked out Cova da Piedade, Vizela, Rio Ave, Braga and Famalicão to reach the final. FC Porto have knocked out SC Coimbrões, Vitória Setúbal, Varzim and Académico de Viseu.

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