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Established
1914 (108 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estádio Municipal
(9,544 Capacity)

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Location
Portimão Municipality

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Competitions
Portuguese Primeira Liga
Taca de Portugal
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12 Jul 22 Portimonense  -  Birmingham

Latest Results
14 May 22 Maritimo  0 - 1  Portimonense
07 May 22 Portimonense  2 - 3  Sporting CP
30 Apr 22 Arouca  1 - 0  Portimonense
23 Apr 22 Portimonense  1 - 0  Moreirense
16 Apr 22 FC Porto  7 - 0  Portimonense

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Portimonense Sporting Clube is a Portuguese sports club founded on 14 August 1914 and based in Portimão, most notable for its professional football team, which currently plays in the Primeira Liga. It also fields various youth teams and a veterans team in football, as well as teams in basketball.

Situated in Algarve's second largest city, its stadium, the Estádio Municipal de Portimão, has a capacity of 9,544 spectators after undergoing renovation in early 2011. The club never won any major honours, but participated in the Primeira Liga for several seasons.

Portimonense's zenith was in the 1980s, a decade in which the club only played its football in the top division, also competing in the UEFA Cup in 1985–86. They reached the semifinals of the Taça de Portugal three times, in 1983, 1987, and 1988.

Team Members
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Henrique





Fabrício





Jadson




Paulo
Alves




Maurício
Antônio




Koki
Anzai




Lucas
Canteiro




Dener
Clemente




Dener
Clemente




Bruno
Costa
#88



Henrique
Custódio




Júlio
Czarnerski




Rúben
Fernandes




Ricardo
Ferreira




Ricardo
Ferreira




Shūichi
Gonda




Emmanuel
Hackman




Carlos
Henriques




Achraf
Lazaar
#23



Guilherme
Lazaroni




Seung-Woo
Lee




Samuel
Lima




Rômulo
Machado




Raphael
Martins




Fabricio
Messias




Jonathan
Monteiro




Jadson
de



Jadson
Morais




Bruno
Moreira




Marlos
Moreno
#11



Aylton
Morte




Fahd
Moufi




Kosuke
Nakamura




Pedro
Oliveira




Ewerton
Pereira




Marcel
Pereira




Ewerton
Pereira




Ricardo
Pessoa




Jorge
Pires




Denis-Will
Poha




Lucas
Possignolo




Lucas
Possignolo




Bruno
Ramos




Muhammad
Rasid




Bruno
Reis




Willyan
Rocha




Theo
Ryuki




Pedro




Pedro




Jafar
Salmani




Sérgio
Santos




Welinton
Santos



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Stadium or Home

Estádio Municipal de Portimão is the current stadium of Portimonense S.C.. It is located in the centre of Portimão in the Algarve, Portugal and was opened in 1937 for local football club Portimonense S.C.. Its capacity is 9,544 people. It hosted Portimonense's stay in the Primeira Liga in the 1980s.

In 2006, Portimonense were forced to play away from the Estádio Municipal in the Estádio Algarve, which – built for Euro 2004 – is 70 kilometres from Portimão. In February 2007, however, Portimonense returned home and the Portimão Municipality purchased the site five months later. This allowed the renovations required for the hosting of higher level competition: the installation of green seats (in the colours of the city), new turnstiles and security facilities.

In the 2009–10 season, Portimonense won promotion to the Primeira Liga for the following season. The summer of 2010 was a time of further renovation of the stadium, as modifications were made to the pitch and drainage system, as well as the west stand, bringing the capacity to 9,544 at the cost of €800,000. The construction took longer than expected and the club had to wait until the turn of the year before they could use their stadium again. The club's first home league match in the renovated stadium was on 6 February 2011 against Paços de Ferreira, who emerged victorious with the only goal of the game.

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