Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
10/09 09:30 3 Esperanca Lagos vs SC Praiense View
10/09 10:00 3 Rebordosa vs Maritimo B View
10/09 12:00 3 AC Marinhense vs Loures View
10/09 14:00 3 Juventude Evora vs Vasco Da Gama Vidigueira View
10/09 14:00 3 AD Camacha vs Leca View
10/09 14:00 3 Gondomar vs Lusitania Lourosa View
10/09 14:00 3 Serpa vs Olhanense View
10/09 14:00 3 Salgueiros vs Guarda Desportiva View
10/09 14:00 3 Lusitano GC Evora vs Oriental Dragon View
10/09 14:00 3 Atletico CP Lisbon vs Fabril Barreiro View
10/09 14:00 3 Valadares Gaia FC vs AD Castro Daire View
10/09 14:00 3 FC Alpendorada vs Beira Mar View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
09/25 15:00 2 [6] Rabo Peixe vs Atletico Clube de Portugal [2] 0-0
09/25 15:00 2 [5] SC Praiense vs Imortal DC [10] 1-1
09/25 15:00 2 [3] Beira Mar vs Valadares Gaia FC [1] 1-1
09/25 14:00 2 [2] Dumiense vs Pevidem SC [5] 0-1
09/25 14:00 2 [3] Sertanense vs UD da Serra [4] 1-0
09/25 14:00 2 [7] Gondomar vs GD Resende [13] 3-2
09/25 14:00 2 [2] SC Vianense vs CD Vilar Perdizes [14] 1-1
09/25 14:00 2 [10] Coruchense vs Rio Maior [7] 1-0
09/25 14:00 2 [11] UD Santarem vs Arronches e Benfica [12] 3-0
09/25 14:00 2 Loures vs SU 1 Dezembro 1-1
09/25 14:00 2 [9] Alcains vs Mortagua FC [1] 2-3
09/25 14:00 2 [11] Maritimo B vs FC Alpendorada [7] 1-1

The Campeonato de Portugal (Portuguese for 'Championship of Portugal') is the fourth level of the Portuguese football league system. Together with the third-tier Liga 3, it is organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF).

The Campeonato de Portugal was introduced in 2013 as the new third-level championship, under the name Campeonato Nacional de Seniores (Seniors National Championship), replacing both the Segunda Divisão and Terceira Divisão (former third and fourth divisions, respectively). On 22 October 2015, it adopted its current naming. With the creation of the Liga 3 as the new third division from the 2021–22 season, the Campeonato de Portugal was demoted one level.