C.D. Aves

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Desportivo das Aves
CD Aves logo.png
Full name Clube Desportivo das Aves
Founded 12 November 1930
Ground Estádio do Clube Desportivo das Aves
Ground Capacity 8,560
Chairman Armando Silva
Manager José Mota
League Primeira Liga
2017–18 Primeira Liga, 13th
Website Club website

Clube Desportivo das Aves (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈklub(ɨ) dɨʃpuɾˈtivu dɐʃ ˈavɨʃ]), commonly known as Desportivo das Aves, or simply as Aves, is a Portuguese football club from Vila das Aves, Santo Tirso, that currently plays in the Primeira Liga.[1] The club was founded on 12 November 1930 and plays at the Estádio do Clube Desportivo das Aves, which holds a seating capacity of 8,560.[2]

Aves have played three seasons in the top flight of Portuguese football, having been promoted from the 2016–17 LigaPro to take part in the 2017–18 season.[3][4][5] As a sports club, it has football schools for junior players and two futsal teams for both men and women, as well as a football trial system to help younger players come through the academy. The club's official supporters' group are the Força Avense.[6]

History[edit]

On 20 May 2018 Desportivo das Aves defeated Sporting CP 2–1 and won their first Portuguese Cup, succeeding Benfica as trophy holders. However, Aves did not qualify for the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League group stage because they failed to obtain a license for European competitions.[7]

Stadium[edit]

Desportivo das Aves play at the Estádio do Clube Desportivo das Aves in Vila das Aves, Santo Tirso, holding a seating capacity of 8,560.[8] The stadium also plays host to the reserve side's home games. It was inaugurated on 8 December 1981.

It underwent many renovations during the new millennium, especially in 2000, when Desportivo das Aves gained promotion to the Primeira Liga for the second time in their history.[9] When the stadium was built, there were 12,500 seats available, but it currently seats only 8,560 after the club decided to remove chairs.

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 March 2018

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

No. Position Player
1 Portugal GK Quim (captain)
2 Brazil DF Rodrigo Soares
5 Brazil DF Rodrigo Defendi
7 Portugal FW Alexandre Guedes
10 Portugal MF Paulo Machado
11 Argentina MF Luis Fariña
12 Portugal GK Marco Pinto
14 Portugal MF Pedró
15 Argentina MF Fernando Tissone
16 Brazil MF Nildo Petrolina
17 Portugal DF Pedrinho
19 Portugal MF Braga
20 Argentina FW Federico Falcone
21 Portugal DF Nélson Lenho
No. Position Player
22 Guinea-Bissau FW Leocísio Sami
23 Brazil FW Amilton
25 Brazil GK Artur Moraes
26 Cape Verde DF Carlos Ponck (on loan from Benfica)
27 Scotland MF Ryan Gauld (on loan from Sporting)
29 Brazil MF Claudio Falcão
30 Portugal MF Vítor Gomes
33 Brazil FW Derley
44 Brazil DF Diego Galo
46 Brazil DF Jorge Fellipe
50 Guinea-Bissau DF Mama Baldé (on loan from Sporting)
73 Libya MF Hamdou Elhouni
83 Brazil GK Adriano Facchini
99 Colombia FW Cristian Arango (on loan from Benfica)

Out on loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Portugal DF Ricardo Mangas (to SC Mirandela)
Portugal DF Renato Reis (to Covilhã)
Brazil DF José Ricardo (to SC Mirandela)
Portugal DF Cláudio Tavares (to SC Mirandela)
Burkina Faso MF Yaya Bamba (to Nacional)
No. Position Player
Guinea MF Youssouf Sow (to Leixões)
Angola FW Erivaldo (to Académico de Viseu)
Brazil FW Luquinhas (to U.D. Vilafranquense)
Senegal FW Abdoulaye Diallo (to Real Massamá)

Managerial history[edit]

League and cup history[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup League Cup Notes
1985–86 1D 13 30 7 8 15 25 42 22 Round 4 Relegated
1986–87 2DS 8 34 13 8 13 44 47 47 Round 6
1989–90 2DS 3 34 19 7 8 50 29 45 Round 4 Promoted
1990–91 2H 12 38 14 11 13 44 41 39 Round 3
1991–92 2H 9 34 12 11 11 38 37 35 Round 4
1992–93 2H 9 34 10 13 11 43 44 33 Round 3
1993–94 2H 10 34 12 8 14 36 45 32 Quarter-finals
1994–95 2H 15 34 10 9 16 38 40 29 Round 3
1995–96 2H 4 34 17 7 10 53 41 58 Round 5
1996–97 2H 8 34 13 8 13 44 47 47 Round 6
1997–98 2H 15 34 11 5 18 48 64 38 Round 5
1998–99 2H 4 34 14 9 11 46 43 51 Round 3
1999–00 2H 3 34 18 7 9 33 24 61 Round 3 Promoted
2000–01 1D 17 34 4 10 20 31 68 22 Round 5 Relegated
2001–02 2H 7 34 14 5 15 50 51 47 Round 4
2002–03 2H 6 34 13 8 13 41 38 47 Round 3
2003–04 2H 8 34 13 6 15 42 53 45 Round 5
2004–05 2H 5 34 15 6 13 45 35 51 Round 4
2005–06 2H 2 34 18 10 6 47 30 64 Round 6 Promoted
2006–07 1D 16 30 5 7 18 22 42 22 Round 4 Relegated
2007–08 2H 8 30 10 9 11 43 39 39 Round 5 Round 1
2008–09 2H 11 30 9 9 12 30 36 36 Round 4 Round 1
2009–10 2H 11 30 9 9 12 30 36 36 Round 2 Round 1
2010–11 2H 11 30 9 9 12 30 36 36 Round 2 Second Group Stage
2011–12 2H 11 30 9 9 12 30 36 36 Quarter-finals First Group Stage
2012–13 2H 5 42 16 17 9 47 42 65 Round 4 First Group Stage
2017–18 1D 13 34 9 7 18 36 51 34 Winners Second Round

Last updated: 21 July 2012
Div. = Division; 1D = Portuguese League; 2H = Liga de Honra; 2DS = Portuguese Second Division
Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goal Scored; GA = Goal Against; P = Points

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vila das Aves". ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Estádio do Clube Desportivo das Aves". ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Campeonato Nacional da I Divisão 1985/86". ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  4. ^ "Liga Portuguesa 2000/01". ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  5. ^ "bwin LIGA 2006/2007". ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  6. ^ "Forca Avense". forcaavense.pt (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  7. ^ "Desportivo das Aves candidatou-se à UEFA fora do prazo previsto". sapo.pt. 21 May 2018. 
  8. ^ "Clube Desportivo das Aves". ForaDeJogo (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 
  9. ^ "II Liga 1999/2000". ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 21 July 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2012. 

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