Casa do Benfica de Toronto

They later bought the Claremont building that cost a million dollars back. The appearance of other clubs and other establishments caused that Benfica and the First went through difficulties. Claremont was the point of decline for Benfica. They had to sell the building. It was closed for three years and then went to Robina, near St. Clair, and three years ago, we bought a new space as mentioned before at Rogers Road, and we create a new direction. As a non-profit organization, we survive, mostly from our sponsors support that is very important and is what keep us motivated to improve and show more and more our association.



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