Anadia FC

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Anadia
Anadia Futebol Clube.png
Full name Anadia Futebol Clube
Founded 19 November 1926
Ground Municipal Engº Sílvio Henriques Cerveira
Anadia
Portugal
Ground Capacity 6,500
Chairman Manuel Pinho
League Segunda Divisão Série Centro
Website Club home page

Anadia Futebol Clube (abbreviated as Anadia FC) is a Portuguese football club based in Anadia in the district of Aveiro.[1] Anadia is also a club for field hockey and basketball.

Background[edit]

Anadia FC currently plays in the Segunda Divisão Série Centro which is the third tier of Portuguese football. The club was founded in 1926 and they play their home matches at the Municipal Engº Sílvio Henriques Cerveira in Anadia. The stadium is able to accommodate 6,500 spectators.[1]

The club is affiliated to Associação de Futebol de Aveiro and has competed in the AF Aveiro Taça. The club has also entered the national cup competition known as Taça de Portugal on many occasions.[1][2]

Anadia lost its president António Simões in a car crash on 20 November 2009. The situation created huge problems in its structure, which it was resolved with a constitution by the Administrative Commission (Comissão Administrativa). He was succeeded by Manuel Pinho.

Appearances[edit]

  • Second National Level: 2
  • Segunda Divisão: 12
  • Terceira Divisão: 34

Season to season[edit]

Season Level Division Section Place Movements
1990–91 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série Centro 18th Relegated
1991–92 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 2nd Promoted
1992–93 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série Centro 18th Relegated
1993–94 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 8th
1994–95 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 7th
1995–96 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 4th
1996–97 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 7th
1997–98 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 8th
1998–99 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 9th
1999–2000 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 12th
2000–01 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 9th
2001–02 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 11th
2002–03 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 14th
2003–04 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 4th
2004–05 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 4th
2005–06 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 8th
2006–07 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C 1st Promoted
2007–08 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série C – 1ª Fase 9th Relegation Group
Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série C – Sub-Série C1 3rd Relegated
2008–09 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C – 1ª Fase 6th Promotion Group
Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série C Fase Final 3rd
2009–10 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série D – 1ª Fase 2nd Promotion Group
Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série D Fase Final 1st Promoted
2010–11 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série Centro 11th
2011–12 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série Centro 10th

[3][4][5][6]


League and cup history[edit]

Season I II III IV V Pts. Pl. W L T GS GA Diff. Portuguese Cup
1990–91 18
1991–92 2 (C)
1992–93 18
1993–94 8 (C) 35 pts 34 13 9 12 50 43 7
1994–95 7 (C) 35 pts 34 11 13 10 51 38 13
1995–96 4 (C) 57 pts 34 15 12 7 59 39 20
1996–97 7 (C)
1997–98 8 (C)
1998–99 9 (C)
1999–2000 12 (C)
2000–01 9 (C)
2001–02 11 (C)
2002–03 14 (C)
2003–04 4 (C)
2004–05 4 (C)
2005–06 8 (C)
2006–07 1 (C)
2007–08 9/3 (C)
2008–09 6/3 (C) 40 pts 36 16 3 7 47 28 19 Round 1
2009–10 2/1 (D) 40 pts 32 17 10 5 53 40 13 Round 1
2010–11 11 37 pts 30 10 7 13 32 40 −8 Round 3
2011–12 10 40 pts 30 1 7 12 45 42 3 Round 3

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Honours[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Anadia Futebol Clube - ForaDeJogo - foradejogo.net". ForaDeJogo. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  2. ^ "Anadia Futebol Clube – Portugal – footballzz.co.uk". ZeroZero. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  3. ^ a b "Portugal – Table of Honor – soccerlibrary.free.fr". Soccer Library. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  4. ^ a b "Competitions – Portugal – footballzz.co.uk". ZeroZero. Retrieved 2012-06-11. 
  5. ^ a b "Competitions - ForaDeJogo - foradejogo.net". ForaDeJogo. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 
  6. ^ a b "AF Aveiro – Futebol Total". Futebol Total. Retrieved 2012-06-19. 

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