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About the stadium

Estádio Dom Afonso Henriques, previously called Estádio Municipal de Guimarães, was inaugurated in 1965.

The stadium underwent a first major redevelopment in 1991 in preparation of the sub-21 World Cup. Twelve years later, it got further expanded and renovated for the Euro 2004 Championships.

The redeveloped Estádio D. Afonso Henriques reopened on 25 July 2003 with a friendly match between Vitória and Kaiserslautern.

During the Euro 2004 tournament, the stadium hosted two group matches.

How to get

Guimarães Bus Station is a 7-minute walk from D. Afonso Henriques Stadium.

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Tickets for Vitória matches can be bought no the club shop at the stadium, or on the club shop at Espaço Guimarães shopping centre in the north-west of Guimarães.

Tickets can also be bought on the gate on the day of the match.

Vitória have decent attendances, among the highest after Portugal’s big three, but rarely sell out.

Ticket prices depend on the opponent. Expect to pay between 10,00 € and 20,00 €, but prices can be raised for high-profile matches to between 25,00 € and 75,00 €.

Eat, Drink and Sleep

Estádio Dom Afonso Henriques is located near of Guimarães city center, which means that there are plenty of bars, restaurants and hotels at short walking distance of the stadium.


Vitória organise guided stadium tours that include access to the VIP areas, press room, presidential box and players tunnel.

The tour costs €5.00.

For further information and bookings: | +351 253 520 930.


Rua de S. Gonçalo, 4810-914 – Guimarães

+351 253 432 570 |