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Portugal Flag

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The Portugal flag with a green field on the left and a larger red area on the right. There is a national seal on the dividing line between the two colors.
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From Lisbon's coasts to Porto's bridges, Portugal boasts beautiful scenery and rich culture. Whether for Portugal’s flag day, a soccer match, or as a symbol of national pride, our flags of Portugal are perfect for any event.

Outdoor Portugal Flag

Our Portugal flags are manufactured in the United States of America out of 100% nylon, a fade- and mildew-resistant material. Durable yet lightweight, nylon flags are perfect for outdoor flying. We have various outdoor flagpoles to help create the best fit for your chosen flag size. 

Outdoor Pole Height 

Outdoor Flag Size

5' Fiberglass Pole

2’ x 3’ or 3' x 5'

6' Tangle Free Pole 

3' x 5'


3' x 5' or 4' x 6 


4' x 6' or 5' x 8' 


5' x 8' or 6' x 10'


6' x 10'


  • Made in the USA
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Reinforced fly-end
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Portugal Flag

 If you plan on displaying your flag indoors, consider getting a flag with gold fringe. These flags come with a pole sleeve for use with an indoor flagpole. See our table below for the ideal pole size for your chosen flag.

Indoor Pole Height 

Indoor Flag Size

7' or 8'

3' x 5' w/ sleeve & fringe


4’ x 6’ w/ sleeve & fringe


  • Made in the USA
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Sleeve
  • Gold fringe

Note: Gold fringe is not designed to withstand weather conditions. For best results, keep these flags inside. Indoor & outdoor flagpoles are sold separately. 

History & Meaning of the Portugal Flag

The flag of the Portuguese Republic that we recognize today was initially used on December 1, 1910, after the fall of the constitutional monarchy. However, the design would not become the official national flag until June 30, 1911. 

The flags used in Portugal’s earlier history were based on the monarchical coat of arms and used blue and white. As the monarchy's power was weakened and the Portuguese people revolted, new colors were chosen to represent the rebellion: red and green. Today, the color green is said to depict hope, and red is the blood of those who died defending the movement. 

Other Details

Capital(s): Lisbon
Language(s): Portuguese
Currency: Euro €
Government: Unitary Semi-Presidential Constitutional Republic
Flag Meaning: The red color represents the Portuguese Revolution of 1910, and the green represents hope.