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1910 (110 years old)


Estádio de São Luís
(15,000 Capacity)

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Faro, Portugal


Portuguese Primeira Liga
Taca de Portugal
Taca de Liga

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07 Dec 20 SC Farense  -  Maritimo
20 Dec 20 Sporting CP  -  SC Farense
27 Dec 20 SC Farense  -  F.C. Paços
03 Jan 21 Portimonense  -  SC Farense
10 Jan 21 SC Farense  -  Gil Vicente

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29 Nov 20 Braga  1 - 0  SC Farense
08 Nov 20 SC Farense  3 - 1  Boavista
31 Oct 20 Belenenses  1 - 1  SC Farense
25 Oct 20 SC Farense  0 - 1  Rio Ave
18 Oct 20 SC Farense  3 - 3  Famalicao

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Sporting Clube Farense, simply known as Farense, is a Portuguese professional football club based in Faro in the district of Faro, who play in the LigaPro after promotion. They were promoted from the Segunda Divisão at the end the 2012–13 season. The Leões de Faro played at the Estádio de São Luís for 94 years from 1910. The club moved stadium in 2004 to the newly constructed Estádio Algarve which was built for the purpose of hosting matches at UEFA Euro 2004. The Faro side moved back to the Estádio de São Luís in 2013 after it gained promotion to the Segunda Liga. As a result of their promotion, the Estádio de São Luís underwent major renovations to improve its facilities. The club will play the 2020–21 season in the Primeira Liga after promotion from the LigaPro.

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Estadio de São Luís is a multi-use stadium in Faro, Portugal. It is used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of S.C. Farense. The stadium is able to hold 15,000 people and opened in 1922. It was used continuously by Farense between 1924, when it became the main tenant of the stadium, and 2004, when the club moved to the newly built Algarve Stadium. Farense has been playing back at the renovated São Luís since 2013.



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