|Full name||Vítor Marcolino da Silva|
|Date of birth||20 February 1909|
|Place of birth||Lisbon, Portugal|
|Date of death||21 July 1982(aged 73)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Vítor Silva played for Benfica, from 1927/28 to 1935/36, when he had to leave competition, aged only 27, after a serious injury. He won three titles of the Championship of Portugal, in 1929/30, 1930/31 and 1934/35, and the first ever title of the Portuguese I League, in 1935/36.
He had 19 caps for Portugal, scoring 8 goals, since his first game, a 2-2 draw with Spain, at 8 January 1928, in Lisbon, in a friendly, aged only 18, to his last, a 1-3 loss to Germany, in Lisbon, at 27 February 1936, in Lisbon.
The highlight of his international career was his presence at the 1928 Football Olympic Tournament, where he played in all the three matches, scoring three goals, one in each of them and being the top scorer for Portugal, who was eliminated at the quarter-finals by Egypt, due to a 1-2 loss.
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