C.D. Fátima

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Fátima
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Full name Centro Desportivo de Fátima
Founded 1966
Ground Estádio Papa Francisco (Pope Francis Stadium), Fátima,
Portugal
Ground Capacity 1,545
Chairman Portugal António Pereira
Manager Portugal Bruno Álvares
League Campeonato de Portugal
2015–16 Santarém FA First Division, 1st (promoted)

Centro Desportivo de Fátima, simply known as Fátima, is a Portuguese football club based in Fátima, in the municipality of Ourém. Founded in 1966, it currently plays in the Championship of Portugal, holding home matches at Estádio Papa Francisco, with a capacity of 1,545 spectators.[1]

Club's home kit is dark-red for shirt, shorts and socks, with the away one being all white.

History[edit]

Founded on 24 January 1966, Fátima first reached the Liga de Honra in 2007, but only stayed one season there. During the season's league cup, it managed to oust F.C. Porto on penalties, before bowing out to another first divisioner, Sporting Clube de Portugal (4–4 on aggregate, and with a 2–1 away triumph).

In 2009, manager Rui Vitória led the side once again to the second level.

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 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
2 Portugal DF Pedro Henriques
3 Portugal DF Mauro Pereira
4 Portugal DF André Sousa
5 Brazil DF Carlos André
6 Portugal DF Bruno Simão
7 Portugal MF Fábio Coça
8 Portugal MF João Martins
9 Portugal FW Pedro Emanuel
10 Portugal MF Miguel Neves
11 Tunisia FW Hamza Jouini
13 Nigeria DF Imran Bakur
14 Portugal MF Jorge Neves
15 Portugal DF Nélson Sousa
16 Portugal FW Tiago Luzio
No. Position Player
17 Portugal FW Zé Miguel
18 Portugal MF Guilherme Graça
19 Portugal FW Alex Dias
20 Ukraine DF Ivan Buha
21 Portugal DF Tiago Rosa
24 Portugal GK Nuno Ribeiro
25 Portugal DF Nuno Laranjeiro
26 Senegal FW Mamadou Thiaw
27 Guinea-Bissau MF Ibrahima Baldé
28 Ivory Coast FW Sèrge Brou
30 Brazil FW Caleb
77 Italy GK Valerio Vimercati
88 Brazil MF Ulisses Oliveira
96 Russia FW Dzhamal Dibirgadzhiyev

League and Cups history[edit]

Season Ti. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup League Cup Notes
1997–98 4 2 38 22 12 4 69 23 78 Round 1 Promoted
1998–99 3 16 34 8 11 15 38 46 35 Round 2 Relegated
1999–00 4 1 34 23 5 6 82 26 74 Round 1 Promoted
2000–01 3 8 36 16 7 13 65 54 55 Round 4
2001–02 3 12 38 13 8 17 47 62 47 Round 3
2002–03 3 8 36 16 7 13 62 56 51 Round 4
2003–04 3 6 38 16 9 13 55 57 57 Round 4
2004–05 3 4 36 14 14 8 46 40 56 Round 4
2005–06 3 2 26 14 8 4 41 18 50 Round 5
2006–07 3 2 29 20 5 3 57 21 65 Round 2 Promoted
2007–08 2 16 30 5 10 15 25 41 25 Round 4 Round 4 Relegated
2008–09 3 1 20 12 6 2 33 18 42 Round 4 Promoted
2009–10 2 8 30 8 14 8 31 31 38 Round 4 Round 2
2010–11 2 16 30 5 8 17 29 49 23 Round 3 Round 2 Relegated
2011–12 3 1 30 18 6 6 50 30 60 Round 2
2012–13 3 8 30 13 4 13 36 31 43 Round 3
2013–14 3 4 18 7 6 5 29 14 27 Round 3
[A]
2014–15 3 8 18 3 8 7 19 27 17 Round 1 Relegated
[B]
2015–16 4 1 26 24 2 0 67 7 74 Promoted
A. ^A Fátima's first stage fourth place finish saw them dispute a relegation playoff.
B. ^B Fátima's first stage eighth place finish saw them dispute a relegation playoff where they finished in the penultimate position and, thus, relegated.

Last updated: 18 July 2014
Div. = Division; 2 = LigaPro; 3 = Portuguese Second Division / Campeonato de Portugal; 4 = Portuguese Third Division / AF Santarém First Division
Ti. = Tier; Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goal Scored; GA = Goal Against; P = Points

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