1/10 BRAGA STADIUM. CAPACITY: 30,000. COST: £54.7m. HOME CLUB: Sporting Braga. Amazingly, this breathtaking new stadium is carved into a granite mountain face.
2/10 AVEIRO STADIUM. CAPACITY: 31,200. COST: £28.5m. HOME CLUB: SC Beira. Aveiro is known for its sweets, most famously its sweetened egg yolk in sugared casings shaped like fish or barrels.
3/10 DRAGAO STADIUM. CAPACITY: 52,000. COST: £64.3m. HOME CLUB: FC Porto. Named after the home club's nickname, the Dragons, the stadium has an impressive transparent roof, built from 280 tonnes of steel.
4/10 BESSA STADIUM. CAPACITY: 30,000. COST: £29.7m. HOME CLUB: Boavista. The compact Bessa stadium is similar in style to many British grounds with four separate roofed seating stands.
5/10 ALGARVE STADIUM. CAPACITY: 30,000. COST: £17.3m. HOME CLUB: Farense. This new stadium was built with a futuristic design which looks like a huge tent-style pavilion from the outside.
6/10 COIMBRA STADIUM. CAPACITY: 30,000. COST: £23.8m. HOME CLUB: Academica. Coimbra is home to Portugal's oldest university. Its stadium is marked out by bright blue and orange seats.
7/10 GUIMARAES STADIUM. CAPACITY: 30,000. COST: £17.3m. HOME CLUB: Vitoria. The stadium is named after Portugal's founder king, Dom Afonso Henriques.
8/10 LEIRIA STADIUM. CAPACITY: 30,000. COST: £31.6m. HOME CLUB: Uniao de Leiria. The skyline of Leiria is dominated by a famous walled castle that houses the ruins of a Gothic church, and can be seen from the stadium.
9/10 JOSE ALVALADE STADIUM. CAPACITY: 52,000. COST: £52m. HOME CLUB: Sporting Lisbon. The stadium's roof is supported by four giant masts said to represent great Portuguese sailing ships.
10/10 'THE CATHEDRAL' (Lisbon). CAPACITY: 65,000. COST: £78.1m. HOME CLUB: Benfica. Home to Portuguse giants Benfica, and known as 'The Cathedral' by their fans, the Luz Stadium will host the Final .