|Battle of Foz de Arouce|
|Part of the Peninsular War|
A monument of the 3rd French Invasion in Foz de Arouce
|Commanders and leaders|
|Arthur Wellesley||Michel Ney|
|Casualties and losses|
|71 killed and wounded||250 killed, wounded and captured|
The Battle of Foz de Arouce was an engagement of the Peninsular War which took place on 15 March 1811 between Anglo-Portuguese forces under Arthur Wellesley (later the Duke of Wellington) and French troops under the command of Marshal Michel Ney. The battle was part of Andre Masséna’s retreat from Portugal in the spring of 1811.