|03 Mar 19||Belenenses  ||-|| Feirense|
|10 Mar 19||Benfica  ||-|| Belenenses|
|17 Mar 19||Belenenses  ||-|| Portimonense|
|31 Mar 19||Boavista  ||-|| Belenenses|
|07 Apr 19||Belenenses  ||-|| Santa Clara|
|22 Feb 19||Braga|| ||0 - 2|| ||Belenenses|
|17 Feb 19||Belenenses|| ||0 - 1|| ||Maritimo|
|11 Feb 19||Vitoria Setubal|| ||0 - 0|| ||Belenenses|
|04 Feb 19||Belenenses|| ||0 - 1|| ||Moreirense|
|30 Jan 19||FC Porto|| ||3 - 0|| ||Belenenses|
Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses, commonly known simply as Belenenses (Portuguese pronunciation: ), is a Portuguese multi-sports club best known for its football team. Founded in 1919, is one of the oldest Portuguese sports clubs. It is based in the 25,000-seat Estádio do Restelo in the Belém quarter of Lisbon, hence the club name, which translates as "The ones from Belém".
Belenenses won the 1945–46 Primeira Liga, making them the first of two clubs aside from the Big Three to win the league title, the other club being Boavista FC. The club also have 6 Championship of Portugal/Portuguese Cup titles.
The main activities of the club are football, handball, basketball, futsal, athletics, and rugby union. The club has won major national championships in all these sports, but remains best known for its original activity, football.
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