SC Alba

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Sport Clube Alba
Nickname Alba
League Portuguese Third Division - Serie C
Founded 1941
Arena
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Team manager N/A
Website http://www.setascale.pt

Sport Clube Alba (aka Alba) is a Portuguese sports club, located in the Albergaria-a-Velha, district of Aveiro.

History[edit]

Sport Clube Alba is a Portuguese club founded on 1 January 1941 .

The club was the winner of the AFA Secondary Championship (football) in 1961/62, going up to the Distrital 1st Division. In the 1964/5 season it competed in the fourth series of the 3rd Division championship that was won by Águeda. In 1968/69 it won the distrital championship of the 1st division of Aveiro.

In the 1970s it competed 5 times (1971/72, 1974/75,1975/76, 1976/77 e 1978/79) in the old Portuguese 2nd Division.

Stadium[edit]

Estádio Municipal Doutor Mário Martins Pereira,

Season to season[edit]

Season Level Division Section Place Movements
1961–62 Tier 6 Distritais AF Aveiro - 2ª Divisão 1st Promoted
1962–63 Tier 5 Distritais AF Aveiro - 1ª Divisão
1968–69 Tier 5 Distritais AF Aveiro - 1ª Divisão 1st Promoted
1969–70 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão
1979–80 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão
1984–85 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão
1992–93 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão Série B 10th
1994–95 Tier 5 Distritais AF Aveiro - 1ª Divisão
2006–07 Tier 5 Distritais AF Aveiro - Honra 3rd
2009–10 Tier 6 Distritais AF Aveiro - 1ª Divisão Promoted

Honours[edit]

  • Campeão 1ª Distrital de Aveiro:
    • 1968/69
  • Campeão 1ª Distrital de Aveiro; Supertaça distrital (District Supercup):
    • 2009/10
  • Campeão 2ª Distrital Associação de Futebol de Aveiro:
    • 1961/62

Notable former players[edit]

  • Abdul
  • Albano
  • José Carlos
  • Castanheira
  • Carlos Jorge
  • Fausto Leite
  • Nartanga
  • Quintas
  • Serafim
  • Simão
  • Valongo

Presidents[1][edit]

  • Augusto Martins Pereira (1941–59)
  • António Augusto Martins Pereira (1959–76)
  • Lutero Letra da Costa (1976–80, 1st term)
  • Mário Vidal da Silva (1980–81)
  • António Rodrigues Parente (1981–84)
  • João António Ferreira Resende Alves (1984–87)
  • Rui Arvins Pereira Pinto (1987–89)
  • Lutero Letra da Costa (1991–92, 2nd term)
  • Fernando Pereira Pinto (1992–95)
  • Manuel Conceição Neves (1995-2001)
  • Abílio Costa (2001–07)
  • Conceição Araújo (unknown)
  • Carlos Coelho (since 2007)
  • João Alves (aka "luvas pretas"), was born in Albergaria-a-Velha, on December 5 of 195. He was one of the most famous football players of his generation. He was also one of the presidents of the club during the 90s.

Managers[edit]

  • Couceiro Figueira
  • Carlos Alves (coach)
  • Valongo (Joaquim Freire)
  • Virgílio Pereira
  • Augusto Semedo
  • Joaquim Queirós
  • Quitó (Joaquim António Sousa)
  • Óscar Mendes

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