|Full name||Almir Barbosa|
|Date of birth||June 2, 1980|
|Place of birth||Praia, Cape Verde|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Fidjus Terra, Alianca CV, Clube Tabanka|
|2004||Rhode Island Stingrays||4||(2)|
|2005||New Hampshire Phantoms||12||(5)|
|2006–2007||New Hampshire Phantoms||39||(16)|
|2008||Harrisburg City Islanders||16||(1)|
|2009||Western Mass Pioneers||19||(9)|
|2010||New Hampshire Phantoms||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of August 8, 2010.
† Appearances (Goals).
College and Amateur
Born in Cape Verde, Barbosa spent his early childhood in Portugal, before moving to Quincy, Massachusetts in the United States aged 15. He played for the Massachusetts-based Cape Verdean ethnic Fidjus Terra, Alianca CV, and Clube Tabanka, and played college soccer at the University of South Carolina Spartanburg, where he was a National Soccer Coaches Athletic Association All-American in 2000 and received All-Conference honors in 2003.
Barbosa turned professional in 2004, and began his career in the USL Second Division, then moving to Sweden, playing for Kristianstads FF, before returning to the United States when he signed for the New Hampshire Phantoms in the USL Second Division in 2006. Barbosa was named to the USL Division 2 All-League First Team and tied for second in the league in scoring with 10 goals in his debut season with the Phantoms.
Barbosa moved to the Harrisburg City Islanders in 2008 making 16 appearances, following the Phantoms' relegation to the USL Premier Development League, and spent one year in Pennsylvania before signing for the Western Mass Pioneers in 2009. He played 19 games and scored 9 goals for the Pioneers in USL-2 in 2009. Barbosa was named to the USL Division 2 All-League Team, but was released at the end of the year when the Pioneers also self-relegated to the PDL. Barbosa, also had the honor of being selected as one of USL's Division 2 player of the decade.