S.C. Mineiro Aljustrelense
|Full name||Sport Clube Mineiro Aljustrelense|
|Ground||Estádio Municipal De Aljustrel
|League||Portuguese Second Division|
|2008-09||Série Sul, 9th|
The Sport Clube Mineiro Aljustrelense SCMA was founded in 1933. The largest community of the Municipality of Castro Verde has always been linked to the main economic activity in the region, the mines.
Variations in the life of the club, on the most positive and least positive, also coincided with market fluctuations miner.
It is thus a time when mining is experiencing a less than positive, the SCMA diversify its base of support, while obviously a historical link to mine, but must endeavor to strengthen or create new partnerships and support (local, businesses, communities and individual persons) who are proud to associate its name to the "mining project" proposed in this direction.
The current management of mining, a mix of experience and youth, is composed of 70% of ex-athletes of the club. The parameters of choice that guided the formation of this multidisciplinary team were: competence, willingness, enthusiasm, motivation and especially the taste of responsibilities and challenges.
The SCMA account today with 750 members and nearly 300 players spread over 3 sections: Football (senior, junior, youth, started, children and schools), Roller Hockey (senior, started, children and schools) and Skating . These figures is shown the importance of mobilizing the community as SCMA community, especially among children and young people of our County.
The level of sports facilities in the county Aljustrel is in top national and highly rated European level, taking into account the relation m2 per inhabitant. There are therefore Beds in excellent conditions for sport (the stadium and soccer fields, swimming pools, gym, tennis courts, etc.). So the club is grateful to the council for its efforts in the construction of infrastructure and subsequent marginal use to the SCMA.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- History of the Sport Clube Mineiro Aljustrelense (Portuguese)
- Official site (Portuguese)
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