Portugal League Cup schedule , fixtures, standings, table, statistics and score results

Portugal League Cup Tables

You can search the league table data of the last ten years, including historical statistics of different seasons (full, half, home, and away).

Schedule

As for the league match data in the past ten years, you can choose the match data of different clubs each season and switch to query the historical schedule data.
The current list shows the latest league fixtures.
Time
Home vs Away
Match Live
corner
Spread / Goal
Det
2023/01/28 19:45
4' - Corner Kick - FC Porto10' - Goal - FC Porto32' - Yellow Card - Sporting CP37' - Corner Kick - Sporting CP38' - Corner Kick - Sporting CP43' - Corner Kick - Sporting CP45' - Corner Kick - Sporting CP54' - Corner Kick - FC Porto57' - Corner Kick - FC Porto59' - Corner Kick - FC Porto63' - Yellow Card - Sporting CP63' - Yellow Card - FC Porto66' - Corner Kick - Sporting CP73' - Red Card - Sporting CP74' - Corner Kick - Sporting CP86' - Corner Kick - FC Porto86' - Goal - FC Porto90' - Corner Kick - FC Porto
6:6
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Top Scorers

Latest season player data (team, goals scored, home and away goals), access to historical data - Top scorer statistics for other seasons in 10 years.

League Data

Standings:All-time full, half-time, home and away data for different seasons.

Match data:Historical match data for different seasons, including scores, odds, corners, handicaps, over/under, red and yellow cards, and other live match details.

Football Player Data:Player records, including goals scored, clean sheets and passes.

About Portugal League Cup

Taça da Liga, known outside Portugal as Portuguese League Cup, is an annual football club competition organized for teams competing in the Primeira Liga and LigaPro. It consists of three rounds. First of all, 16 teams from LigaPro are divided into 4 groups for a single round-robin match. The top two of each group advance to the next round. In the second round, the first-round winners, top two of LigaPro last season and teams ranked from 9th to 14th of Primeira Liga in the previous season teams play double round-robin matches after a drawing of lots. The eight winners go to the third round. Together with last season’s top 8 teams of Primeira Liga, a total of 16 teams are divided into 4 groups for single round-robin competitions, and the first place of each group advance to the semi-finals. Both the semi-finals and finals are on a single round-robin basis. If tho clubs are tied after 90 minutes, 30-minute extra time is played with a penalty shoot-out followed if necessary.