F.C. Vizela

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Vizela
FC Vizela.png
Full name Futebol Clube de Vizela
Founded 1939
Ground Estádio do Futebol Clube de Vizela,
Vizela, Portugal
Ground Capacity 3,500
Chairman Portugal Eduardo Guimarães
Manager Portugal Quim Berto
League Portuguese Second Division
2010–11 Portuguese Second Division, 7th
Website Club home page

Futebol Clube de Vizela is a Portuguese football club based in the Vizela Municipality, Braga District. Founded in 1939, it currently plays in the third division, holding home games at Estádio do Futebol Clube de Vizela, with a 3,500-spectators capacity.

Brief history[edit]

Vizela joined the Braga Football Association on 1 August 1940. Twenty-six years later, the first trophy came, with the conquest of the Taça de Campeão Nacional after defeating Tramagal Sport União (5–3). The club spent the vast majority of his early years in the third division.

In 1984, Vizela promoted for the first time in its history to the top division, but this spell only lasted one season, with the club ranking last. Shortly after, the team was again in the third level, only returning in the 2000s.

Again in the "silver category" of Portuguese football, Vizela finished third in the 2007–08 season, falling just one point short of a promotion. In the following year, it finished in 10th position, but was relegated due to the Apito Dourado scandal; for several years, the club acted as S.C. Braga's farm team.

Current squad[edit]

As of 5 January, 2014

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

No. Position Player
3 Portugal DF Diogo Oliveira
4 Portugal DF Diogo Lopes
5 Portugal DF Talocha
8 Portugal MF Tiago Ronaldo
9 Guinea-Bissau FW Mamadu Camará
10 Portugal MF Luís Ferraz
11 Portugal MF Miki
12 Brazil GK Henrique
13 Portugal DF Diogo Machado
14 Switzerland FW Miguel Ribeiro
16 Portugal MF Rui Pereira
No. Position Player
17 Portugal FW Moreira
18 Portugal MF Fina
19 Portugal MF André Pinto
20 Portugal FW Fininho
21 Portugal DF Cabreira
23 Portugal DF Zé Manel
24 Portugal GK Tiago Oliveira
28 Portugal MF Vilela
30 Portugal DF João Pedro
40 Brazil FW Felipe Abreu
77 Portugal DF Nuno

Appearances[edit]

  • Premiera Liga: 1
  • Second Level: 4
  • Segunda Divisão: 28
  • Terceira Divisão: 14
  • Portuguese Cup: 38
  • Taça da Liga (League Cup): 1

League and Cup history[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes
1942–43 2D 5 14 4 4 6 27 46 14
1943–44 2D 7 12 1 3 8 13 35 5
1962-63 3D 4 10 4 1 5 28 25 9
1984–85 1D 16 30 4 7 19 31 71 15 Relegated
1992–93 2D 2 32 15 8 9 49 35 38
1996–97 2DB 10 34 11 12 11 35 37 45
1998–99 2DB 5 34 15 9 10 58 40 54
1999–2000 2DB 6 34 13 9 12 33 46 48
2000–01 2DB 5 38 16 12 10 71 47 60
2001–02 2DB 12 38 12 12 14 42 49 48
2002–03 2DB 4 38 18 10 10 52 34 64
2003–04 2DB 3 36 19 10 7 56 35 67
2004–05 2DB 1 38 23 7 6 74 32 82 Promoted
2005–06 2H 11 34 11 11 12 42 48 44 Round 5
2006–07 2H 13 30 9 7 14 29 32 34 Round 4
2007–08 2H 3 30 13 11 6 40 22 50 Round 4
2008–09 2H 11 16 4 7 5 15 22 19 Round 4
2010–11 2DB 7 - - - - - - -

Other statistics[edit]

  • Liga Portuguesa:
    • Highest ranking: 16th (1984-85 season)
    • Lowest ranking: 16th (1984-85 seasion)
  • Segunda Liga/Liga de Honra:
    • Highest ranking: 3rd (2007-08 season)
    • Lowest ranking: 13th (2006-07 season)

Notable former players[edit]

External links[edit]