Name
Arouca

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Established
1951 (67 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Pedro Emanuel

Stadium/Home
Estádio Municipal de Arouca
(5,000 Capacity)

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Location
Arouca

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Latest Results
21 May Estoril-Praia 4 - 2 Arouca Estádio António Coimbra da Mota
13 May Arouca 1 - 2 Tondela Estádio Municipal de Arouca
07 May Guimaraes 1 - 0 Arouca Estádio D. Afonso Henriques
30 Apr Arouca 2 - 2 Moreirense Estádio Municipal de Arouca
21 Apr Rio Ave 3 - 0 Arouca Estádio dos Arcos

Description

Founded on Christmas day 1951, Arouca spent the first five decades of its existence in the Aveiro regional leagues. In only two years (2006–08) it managed to reach the third division, being managed by television (RTP) presenter Jorge Gabriel for a few months during that timeframe.

In 2010–11, after winning the third level championship, Arouca competed for the first time ever in top division. In the season's Portuguese Cup the club faced top division powerhouse S.L. Benfica, losing 1–5 at the Estádio da Luz.

Arouca managed its fourth promotion in only seven years at the end of 2012–13, reaching the Portuguese top flight for the first time in its history. Subsequently the Arouca Municipality awarded the club the Medal of Gold Merit for its achievement, with the organization also being granted extra financial means to renovate and expand its stadium.
Arouca were relegated to the Segunda Liga at the end of the 2016-2017 season

Team Members

Artur

Mika
Stephane

Pintassilgo

Serginho

Roberto

Romario

Ustaritz

Nelsinho

Tucka

Bruno Amaro

Ivan Balliu Ca

Salim Cisse

Andre Claro

Nuno Coelho

Lucas Colitto

Ulysse Diallo

Luis Dias

Mauro Goicoech

Stevan Kovacev

Hugo Monteiro

Lassad Nouioui

Miguel Oliveir

Igor Rocha

Rui Sacramento

Rui Sampaio

Igor Stefanovi

Luis Tinoco

Stadium or Home

Futebol Clube de Arouca is a Portuguese football club based in Arouca, Greater Metropolitan Area of Porto. Founded on 25 December 1951 it currently plays in Primeira Liga, holding home games at Estádio Municipal de Arouca, with a 5,000-seat capacity.

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