Name
F.C. Paços de Ferreira

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F.C. Paços de Ferreira vs Belenenses (21 Apr)

Established
1950 (68 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Paulo Fonseca

Stadium/Home
Mata Real
(7,000 Capacity)

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Location
Paços de Ferreira,Portugal

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League
Portuguese Primeira Liga

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Upcoming Events
21 Apr F.C. Paços - Belenenses Mata Real
29 Apr Boavista - F.C. Paços Estádio do Bessa
06 May F.C. Paços - Rio Ave Mata Real
13 May Portimonense - F.C. Paços Estádio Municipal

Latest Results
13 Apr F.C. Paços 1 - 5 Braga Mata Real
08 Apr Sporting CP 1 - 0 F.C. Paços Estádio José Alvalade
31 Mar F.C. Paços 2 - 0 Chaves Mata Real
17 Mar Estoril-Praia 1 - 1 F.C. Paços Estádio António Coimbra da Mota
11 Mar F.C. Paços 1 - 0 FC Porto Mata Real

Description

The origin of the club dates back to the 1930s, when it was named Sport Club Pacense. They played for two decades without any official recognition until they entered the lower divisions in 1950, under the name Futebol Clube Vasco da Gama. The club then changed their kit colours to the current ones and renamed themselves Futebol Clube Paços de Ferreira.

Their first match under the current name came on 19 November 1950, beating A.D. Lousada 2–1. Agostinho Alves was the first goal scorer in the history of the Pacenses. The club then played in Portugal's third regional division until the 1956–57 season, where they were crowned champions. The club crest was created in 1961–62, and was used ever since.

The club was relegated and then promoted again and supporters hit the streets of the city on 17 June 1973 when they defeated Perosinho 3–0. One year later, they won the third division championship on 14 June 1974, after defeating Estrela de Portalegre. The hero of the game was the goalscorer Mascarenhas.

Team Members

Bruno Araujo

Stadium or Home

Estádio Capital do Móvel is a multi-use stadium in Paços de Ferreira, Portugal. It is currently used primarily for football matches. The stadium is able to hold 7,000 people and was built in 1973 under the name Estádio da Mata Real. The stadium was renovated twice, in 2000 and 2013, witg the capacity seized from the originary 5,250 to the actual 7,000 seats.

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