A.D. Camacha

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AD Camacha
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Full name Associação Desportiva da Camacha
Founded 1978
Ground Campo Municipal da Nogueira, Madeira
Ground Capacity 3,300
Chairman Portugal Celso Almeida e Silva
Manager Portugal José Barros
League Campeonato de Portugal
2015–16 Relegation Group A, 5th
Website web.archive.org/web/20100817010849/http://www.adcamacha.net:80/

Associação Desportiva da Camacha known as A.D.Camacha is a Portuguese football club from Santa Cruz, Madeira founded in 1978. They currently play in the Campeonato de Portugal. They currently play their home games in Campo Municipal da Nogueira with a capacity of 3,300,. Their current chairman is Celso Almeida e Silva and their manager is José Barros.

History[edit]

AD Camacha were founded on 1 August 1978 and started off in the Madeira regional Premier league. Over the past 30 years of their existence they managed to reach the Portuguese Second Division, the third-tier of Portuguese football. Their home ground stadium Campo Municipal da Nogueira has been there ever since their existence in 1978 and normally has a sell out of tickets for the home games which the stadium has a capacity of 3,300 people a game.

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 4 April 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Brazil GK Bruno Santos
Portugal GK Christopher
Portugal GK Marco Jesus
Haiti DF Alex Christian
Portugal DF Roberto Silva
Portugal DF Maurílio Jesus
Portugal DF Luís Miguel
Portugal DF Jonas Nascimento
Portugal DF Carlos Camacho
Portugal DF Diogo Góis
Portugal MF Pedro Gonçalo
Portugal MF Pedro Pita
Portugal MF Ricardo Fernandes
Portugal MF Rúben Andrade
No. Position Player
Portugal MF Tito Silva
Portugal MF João Barreto
Portugal MF Tony Figueira
Portugal MF João Pedro
Portugal MF João Rodrigues
Portugal MF Márcio Abreu
Mozambique MF Manú Lopes
Portugal MF João Rui
Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Djô Djô
Portugal FW Miguel Fidalgo
Senegal FW Mbaye Diop
Portugal FW David Macieira
Portugal FW Marquinho

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