Estádio José Alvalade was a multi-purpose stadium in Lisbon, Portugal. The stadium was able to hold 52,411 people. It was inaugurated on 10 June 1956.The home ground of Sporting Clube de Portugal for 47 years, it was mostly used for football matches, but also athletics. It was named after Sporting founder José Alfredo Holtreman Roquette, known as José Alvalade after his family. José Alvalade borrowed money from his grandfather, the Viscount of Alvalade, in order to fund Sporting.

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  • Estádio José Alvalade was a multi-purpose stadium in Lisbon, Portugal. The stadium was able to hold 52,411 people. It was inaugurated on 10 June 1956.The home ground of Sporting Clube de Portugal for 47 years, it was mostly used for football matches, but also athletics. It was named after Sporting founder José Alfredo Holtreman Roquette, known as José Alvalade after his family. José Alvalade borrowed money from his grandfather, the Viscount of Alvalade, in order to fund Sporting. The club was founded on 1 July 1906.During the 1990s, it was also one of the most prominent venue for rock concerts in Portugal, hosting tour dates of many high-profile international artists, including among many others, pop superstar Michael Jackson, Bon Jovi, Depeche Mode, U2, R.E.M., David Bowie, Dire Straits, Pink Floyd, Genesis and Guns N' Roses. This era was inaugurated on 29 June 1989 with a concert by The Cure, during their Prayer Tour promoting the album Disintegration.It was closed in 2003, when the new Estádio José Alvalade opened. (en)
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