U.F.C.I. Tomar

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União Futebol Comércio e Indústria de Tomar, or more commonly União de Tomar, is a Portuguese association football club formed on 4 May 1914 and based in the city of Tomar.[1] The club has spent a total of six seasons in the Portuguese Liga, Portugal's top division, and won the Portuguese Second Division in 1974. It is the only club from Santarém District to compete in the Primeira Liga.

Appearances[edit]

  • Premier Division: 6
  • Segunda Divisão: 16
  • Terceira Divisão: 19
  • Portuguese Cup: 34
    • 5 times in the 1/4 finals
    • once in the 1/8 finals
    • one in the 1/16 finals
    • 11 times in the 1/32 finals

Season to season[edit]

  • 1940-43: Segunda Divisão
  • 1960-65: Terceira Divisão
  • 1965-68: Segunda Divisão
  • 1968-69: 10th (Tier 1)
  • 1969-70: 14th (Tier 1)
  • 1970-71: Tier 2
  • 1971-72: 12th
  • 1972-73: 16th
  • 1973-74: Tier 2 (South Zone)
  • 1974-75: 13th
  • 1975-76: 14th
  • 1976-80: Tier 2
  • 1980-83: Terceira Divisão
  • 1893-84: Segunda Divisão
  • 1984-85: Terceira Divisão
  • 1987-88: AF Santarém
  • 1988-90: Terceira Divisão
  • 1990-93: Segunda Divisão
  • 1993-97: Terceira Divisão
  • 1997-98: AF Santarém
  • 1998-2002: Terceira Divisão

Famous players[edit]

  • Arsénio - goalkeeper (1968–69, 18 matches)
  • Bilreiro - defense (1968–69, 18 matches)
  • Caló - defense (1968–69, 23 matches)
  • Lecas - midfielder (1968–69, 15 matches, 1 goal)
  • Santos - defense (1968–69, 15 matches)
  • Alberto - forward (1968–70, 45 matches, 10 goals)
  • Cláudio - midfielder (1968–70, 42 matches, 4 goals)
  • Conhé - goalkeeper (1968–70, 73 matches)
  • Ferreira Pinto - defense (1968–70, 47 matches, 1 goal)
  • Leitão - forward (1968–70, 46 matches, 13 goals)
  • Totói - forward (1968–72, 44 matches, 2 goals)
  • Barnabé - defense (1968–73, 70 matches)
  • Dui - defense (1968–73, 46 matches, 1 goal)
  • Manuel José de Jesus - midfielder (1967–73, 82 matches, 6 goals)
  • Faustino - defense (1968–76, 152 matches, 1 goal)
  • Kiki - defense (1968–76, 142 matches, 4 goals)
  • Carlos Pereira - defense (1969–70, 16 matches)
  • Tito - forward (1969–70, 26 matches, 6 goals)
  • Vieira - forward (1969–70, 23 matches, 3 goals)
  • João Carlos - defense (1969–73, 78 matches)
  • Fernando - midfielder (1969–75, 73 matches, 8 goals)
  • Calado - defense (1971–72, 72 matches, 3 goals)
  • Nascimento - goalkeeper (1971–73, 53 matches)
  • Camolas - forward (1971–76, 113 matches, 29 goals)
  • Cardoso - midfielder (1971–76, 81 matches, 1 goal)
  • Bolota - forward (1971–76, 110 matches, 30 goals)
  • Pavão - forward (1971–76, 109 matches, 7 goals)
  • Silva Morais - goalkeeper (1971–76, 61 matches)
  • Pedro - midfielder (1972–73, 22 matches)
  • Raul Águas - midfielder (1972–75, 51 matches, 20 goals)
  • Fernandes - defense (1972–75, 53 matches)
  • Caetano - (1972–76, 32 matches, 4 goals)
  • N'Habola - (1974–75, 19 matches, 7 goals)
  • Barrinha - midfielder (1974–76, 51 matches 1 goal)
  • Zeca - defense (1974–76, 45 matches
  • Florival - midfielder (1974–76, 51 matches, 9 goals)
  • Sarmento - midfielder (1974–76, 33 matches, 2 goals)
  • Carvalho - defense (1974–76, 33 matches)
  • José Luís - (1975–76, 17 matches)
  • Portugal Eusébio (1977–1978)
  • Portugal Vítor Baptista (1982–1983)
  • Portugal João Paulo Andrade (2000–2001)
  • South Africa Eric Tinkler (2002–2005)

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

  • 1974
  • 1982/83
  • 1989/90

References[edit]

  1. ^ Team report (Portuguese)

External links[edit]