|Full name||Juniores do Sport Lisboa e Benfica|
|Nickname(s)||As Águias (The Eagles)|
Os Encarnados (The Reds)
|Head coach||Filipe Coelho (domestic league)|
Luís Araújo (UEFA Youth League)
|League||Campeonato Nacional de Juniores|
|Active departments of S.L. Benfica|
Juniores do Sport Lisboa e Benfica are the under-19 team of Portuguese football club S.L. Benfica. They hold home matches at Benfica Campus, the club's training ground and youth academy in Seixal.
Benfica's under-19s have won a record 25 Campeonato Nacional de Juniores (current champions), one Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup (1996), one UEFA Youth League (2021–22) and one Under-20 Intercontinental Cup (2022). Benfica hold UEFA Youth League records for the biggest win in a final, 6–0 against Red Bull Salzburg, most final appearances (4, joint-record with Chelsea) and most games played (70).They were distinguished for "Best implementation of the UEFA Youth League values" in 2013–14.
There are other development teams below under-19, completing Benfica's youth system: Juvenis "A" and "B"; Iniciados "A" and "B"; Infantis "A", "B", "C" and "D"; Benjamins "A" and "B"; and Traquinas "A". In 2015, Benfica received the Globe Soccer award for Best Academy of the year.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
B = current Benfica B player
The following is a list of players who have represented Benfica's first-team in a minimum of 25 matches or have become full internationals while at Benfica. Over 1,000 players have come through the youth ranks, but only a small part of them played for the main team. Those who meet the aforementioned criteria are listed below.In rare exceptions, some graduates debuted for the first-team but left the club before reaching 25 matches and went on to achieve recognition elsewhere while representing their country at full international level; those players are also included. Additionally, outstanding performances (Player of the Year) without ever playing for Benfica are also noteworthy of inclusion.
|Head coach||Filipe Coelho|
|Assistant coaches||Vítor Couto|
|Goalkeeping coach||João Regino|
|Observation coach||Tiago Martins|
|Fitness coach||Hugo Zagalo|
Note: Benfica score is always listed first.
|2014–15||GS||Zenit Saint Petersburg||0–0||1–5|
|QF||Shakhtar Donetsk||1–1 (aet) (4–5 p )||—|
|R16||FK Viagem Příbram||—||1–1 (aet) (5–4 p )|
|PO||Midtjylland||—||1–1 (aet) (6–5 p )|
|R16||PSV Eindhoven||—||1–1 (aet) (5–4 p )|
|F||Red Bull Salzburg||1–2|
|Zenit Saint Petersburg||1–0||7–1|
|2020–21||Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe|
|SF||Juventus||2–2 (4–3 p)|
|F||Red Bull Salzburg||6–0|
|2022–23||GS||Maccabi Haifa||0–1||2 Nov|
|Paris Saint-Germain||5 Oct||11 Oct|
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