SC África Show
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|Founded||April 11, 1976|
Estadio Municipal Arsénio Ramos
Sal-Rei, Cape Verde
|Chairman||Tchabana (Eugénio Gomes)|
|League||Boa Vista Island League|
Sport Clube África Show is a sports club that its football (soccer) team had played in the Premier division and plays in the Boa Vista Island South Zone League in Cape Verde. It is based in the city of Rabil in the island of Boa Vista. The club has never won any island titles. Its current manager is Tchabana. Their first title was an Opening Tournament in 2008 and their only one, their first ever cup title was achieved in 2011.
The club was founded on 11 April 1976, less than a year Cape Verde became independent and nearly a week after Onze Estrelas was founded. Not long after, África Show participated in the regional competitions, but Onze Estrelas based in the nearby area did not compete until 2010. In 2001, the club celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The club's greatest position was second which was in the 2013-14 season with 17 points. In the 2015-16 season, the club finished fourth and shared the same totals with Sporting, as the club won a match on April 24 defeating Onze Estrelas 1-3 in the 13th round and Sporting won 2-0 over Desportivo Estância Baixo of another match on the same day, the club was fourth.
Logo and uniform
Its logo is circular reading the club name and the location on the rim and a stork colored red in the middle.
Its uniform has a white t-shirt and the rest white for home/first games and a black t-shirt with a yellow shorts and white socks for away/alternate games. Up to 2016 for a few seasons, its away/alternate uniform was white.
League and cup history
- Best position: 2nd (island)
- Best positiion at a cup competition: 1st (regional)
- Best position at an opening tournament: 1st
- "Futebol: África Show vence Taça Bubista 2010/11" ("África Show won the 2010/11 Boa Vista (Bubista) Cup". A Semana. 2 May 2011. Retrieved 10 September 2015. (Portuguese)
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