|24 Aug 19||Santa Clara  ||-|| Belenenses|
|30 Aug 19||Belenenses  ||-|| Boavista|
|15 Sep 19||Maritimo  ||-|| Belenenses|
|22 Sep 19||Belenenses  ||-|| Rio Ave|
|29 Sep 19||Famalicao  ||-|| Belenenses|
|17 Aug 19||Belenenses|| ||0 - 2|| ||Benfica|
|09 Aug 19||Portimonense|| ||0 - 0|| ||Belenenses|
|03 Aug 19||Belenenses|| ||-|| ||Santa Clara|
|16 May 19||Belenenses|| ||3 - 0|| ||CD Nacional|
|12 May 19||Guimaraes|| ||5 - 1|| ||Belenenses|
Os Belenenses Futebol, SAD, commonly known as Belenenses SAD, is a Portuguese football club from Lisbon founded on 1 July 2018. An offshoot of historic football club Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses, they currently play in the Primeira Liga.
Historic football club Belenenses created its SAD (Sociedade Anónima Desportiva - Anonymous Sports Society) in 1 July 1999, to run its professional football section. In 2012, with both club and SAD facing enormous financial troubles, club members voted to sell 51% of its SAD to an investor, Codecity, led by Rui Pedro Soares. Added to the stock purchase, a parasocial deal was struck where the founding club could keep special rights, such as veto power over certain SAD decisions and the power to buy its stock back. Also a protocol was agreed upon that would regulate relations between Club and SAD. The club would keep 10% of SAD stocks.
Meanwhile, Codecity terminated the parasocial deal, alleging contractual violations by the Club. In 2017, the Court of Arbitration for Sport deemed valid the termination of the deal, ending the possibility of the Club being able to reacquire the 51% of SAD stocks, in order to regain control of its professional football section.
With tensions mounting between Club and SAD, the protocol that regulated relations between both entities expired on 30 June 2018, ceasing any relationship between both parties. This included the use of Estádio do Restelo (property of the Club) by the SAD's professional football team. Thus was born Belenenses SAD as an autonomous football club, founded on 1 July 2018, after the secession of the SAD from the club. They joined the Lisbon Football Association as member number 1198 (the original Belenenses is member number 64).
Belenenses' historic achievements, such as the victories in the 1945–46 Campeonato Nacional, its 3 Taças de Portugal and 3 Campeonatos de Portugal, belong to the Club, since they were won before the creation of the SAD in 1999. The Club created its own professional senior that started playing in the Lisbon FA regional leagues at the start of the 2018–19 season.
Belenenses SAD meanwhile claimed the place of the Club in the Primeira Liga. Given that Estádio do Restelo was property of the Club, Belenenses SAD was left without its own stadium. As a consequence, Belenenses SAD started playing as a host at the Estádio Nacional in Oeiras, renting to the state for use. In February 2019, due to a temporary unavailability of the Estádio Nacional, Belenenses SAD rented Estádio do Bonfim, in Setúbal, for two home games.
In 29 October 2018, by the intellectual property court decision, Belenenses SAD was prohibited to use the name, shield and symbols of the original Belenenses. As such, after a judicial confirmation of this decision, in 11 March 2019, Belenenses SAD presented a new club emblem to differentiate itself from the original club.