A.C. Marinhense

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Marinhense
Atletico Clube Marinhense.png
Full name Atlético Clube Marinhense
Founded 1923
Ground Municipal da Marinha Grande
Marinha Grande
Ground Capacity 6,000
Chairman Portugal Hélder Fernandes
Manager TBC
League Portuguese Third Division - Serie D

A.C. Marinhense is a football team in the Portuguese Third Division - Serie D. In 2011-12, in finished in 6th in promotion playoff, failing promotion to Portuguese Second Division.[1]

Appearances[edit]

  • Tier 2/Liga de Honra: 29
  • Terceira Divisão: 25
  • Portuguese Cup: 56

League and cup history[edit]

Season I II III IV V Pts. Pl. W L T GS GA Diff.
2000-01 12 39 pts 36 18 6 12 61 43 18
2001-02 15 19 pts
2002-03 16 19 pts
2003-04 20
2004-05 3
2005-06 12
2006-07 5
2007-08 5
2008-09 2 39 pts 36 18 6 12 61 43 18
2009-10 13 34 pts 30 9 7 14 20 37 -17
2010-11 31 pts 32 13 7 12 39 31 8
2011-12 19 pts

Honours[edit]

  • AF Leiria - First Division: (5)
    • 1929-30, 1934–35, 1936–37, 1937–38, 1942–43

Squads[edit]

As of the 2011-12 season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Portugal GK André
Portugal GK Pedro Duarte
Portugal GK Carlos
Portugal DF César Índio
Portugal DF Armando
Portugal DF Filipe Moita
Portugal DF Fred
Portugal DF Miguel
Portugal DF Filipe Neves
Portugal DF Vítor
Portugal DF Rui Varela
Portugal MF {{{name}}}
Portugal MF João Petana
Portugal MF Gonçalo
Portugal MF Heber
Portugal MF Tiago Moita
No. Position Player


Portugal MF André Amaro
Portugal MF Nando
Portugal MF Dárcio
Portugal MF Kiká
Portugal MF Ricardo Fernandes
Portugal MF Fábio Reis
Portugal MF Timmie
Portugal MF Nélson Pereira
Portugal MF Rúben Coelho
Portugal MF Diogo Pipo
Portugal FW Rafael Cerdeira
Portugal FW Videira
Portugal FW Dady
Portugal FW André Cruz
Cape Verde FW Ely
Portugal FW João Pedro
Portugal FW João Gomes

Former Players[edit]

Managers[edit]

  • Portugal José Pestana

References[edit]

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