C.S. Marítimo statistics and records

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Club Sport Marítimo has a long history in the Portuguese football. Although the club was excluded from participating in the national championships for several years, this article includes statistics and records recorded throughout the club's history.

Statistics[edit]

Seasons in all competitions[edit]

Season Division Pos. Pld. W D L GS GA Pts CP[1] TP TL UEL Notes
1922–1923 Semi-final
1923–1924 2nd Round
1924–1925 2nd Round
1925–1926 Winners
1926–1927 Quarter-final
1928–1929 Quarter-final
1929–1930 Quarter-final
1930–1931 Semi-final
1931–1932 Quarter-final
1932–1933 Quarter-final
1935–1936 Semi-final
1936–1937 Quarter-final
1937–1938 Quarter-final
1939–1940 Quarter-final
1947–1948 Quarter-final
1948–1949 Quarter-final
1950–1951 Quarter-final
1951–1952 Round of 16
1952–1953 Quarter-final
1953–1954 Quarter-final
1955–1956 Semi-final
1956–1957 Round of 16
1957–1958 Quarter-final
1958–1959 Quarter-final
1965–1966 Quarter-final
1966–1967 Round of 16
1967–1968 Semi-final
1969–1970 Round of 16
1970–1971 Round of 16
1971–1972 Round of 32
1972–1973 Round of 32
1973-1974 2D 5 38 18 6 14 69 54 42 5th Round
1974-1975 2D 4 38 20 9 9 73 38 49 3rd Round
1975-1976 2D 4 38 16 13 9 48 32 45 5th Round
1976-1977 2D 1 30 18 7 5 47 18 43 2nd Round Champion 2D
1977-1978 1D 12 30 8 7 15 22 45 23 5th Round
1978-1979 1D 10 30 11 5 14 36 37 27 2nd Round
1979-1980 1D 11 30 9 8 13 25 37 26 Semi-final
1980-1981 1D 15 30 7 9 14 33 46 23 2nd Round
1981-1982 2D 1 30 18 6 6 55 23 42 5th Round Champion 2D
1982-1983 1D 14 30 8 9 13 26 38 25 3rd Round
1983-1984 2D 2 30 16 11 3 51 19 43 3rd Round
1984-1985 2D 1 30 23 5 2 64 15 51 Quarter-final
1985-1986 1D 12 30 8 6 16 26 50 22 4th Round
1986-1987 1D 12 30 9 7 14 34 49 25 3rd Round
1987-1988 1D 9 38 11 17 10 36 37 39 6th Round
1988-1989 1D 12 38 10 15 13 40 41 35 5th Round
1989-1990 1D 10 34 7 15 12 25 38 29 4th Round
1990-1991 1D 10 38 12 10 16 37 48 34 6th Round
1991-1992 1D 7 34 12 11 11 40 38 35 4th Round
1992-1993 1D 5 34 15 7 12 56 48 37 4th Round
1993-1994 1D 5 34 13 12 9 45 40 38 5th Round 1st Round
1994-1995 1D 7 34 12 11 11 41 45 35 Runners-up 2nd Round
1995-1996 1D 9 34 12 7 15 39 53 43 Quarter-final
1996-1997 1D 8 34 13 8 13 39 38 47 5th Round
1997-1998 1D 5 34 16 8 10 44 35 56 5th Round
1998-1999 1D 10 34 10 11 13 44 45 41 Quarter-final 1st Round
1999-2000 1D 6 34 13 11 10 42 36 50 4th Round
2000-2001 1D 11 34 12 7 15 34 37 43 Runners-up
2001-2002 1D 6 34 17 5 12 48 35 56 Semi-final 1st Round
2002-2003 1D 7 34 13 5 16 36 48 44 4th Round
2003-2004 1D 6 34 12 12 10 35 33 48 5th Round
2004-2005 1D 7 34 12 13 9 39 32 49 Quarter-final 1st Round
2005-2006 1D 10 34 10 14 10 38 37 44 Quarter-final
2006-2007 1D 11 30 8 8 14 30 44 32 4th Round
2007-2008 1D 5 30 14 4 12 38 26 46 6th Round 1st Round
2008-2009 1D 9 30 9 10 11 35 36 37 3rd Round 3rd Round 1st Round
2009–10 1D 5 30 11 8 11 42 43 41 3rd Round 2nd Round
2010–11 1D 9 30 9 8 13 33 32 35 4th Round 3rd Round Play-off
2011–12 1D 5 30 14 8 8 41 38 50 Quarter-final 3rd Round
2012–13 1D 10 30 9 11 10 34 45 38 5th Round 3rd Round Group stage
2013–14 1D 6 30 11 8 11 40 44 41 5th Round 3rd Round
2014–15 1D 9 34 12 8 14 46 45 44 Quarter-final Runners-up
2015–16 1D 13 34 10 5 19 45 63 35 4th Round Runners-up
2016–17 1D 6 34 13 11 10 34 32 50 4th Round 3rd Round

Key[edit]

Winners (W) Runners-up (RU) Semi-final (SF) Promoted ↑ Relegated ↓


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Top scorers by season[2][edit]

Years Name Appearances Goals
2016–17 Brazil Raul 29 7
2015–16 Brazil Dyego Sousa 28 12
2014–15 Niger Moussa Maâzou 18 9
2013–14 Brazil Derley 30 16
2012–13 Guinea-Bissau Leocísio Sami 29 6
2011–12 Senegal Baba Diawara 15 10
2010–11 Senegal Baba Diawara 29 11
2009–10 Brazil Kléber 20 8
2008–09 Senegal Baba Diawara 25 10
2007–08 Portugal Ariza Makukula 16 7
2006–07 Zambia Collins Mbesuma 23 7
Uruguay Marcelo Lipatin 26 7
2005–06 Brazil Kanú 25 8
2004–05 Brazil Pena 25 9
2003–04 Brazil Alan 34 9
2002–03 Brazil Gaúcho 32 15
2001–02 Brazil Gaúcho 30 15
2000–01 Argentina Lagorio 16 8
Portugal Quim 21 8
1999–00 Argentina Mariano Toedtli 31 13
1998–99 Canada Alex Bunbury 30 15
1997–98 Canada Alex Bunbury 30 11
1996–97 Canada Alex Bunbury 26 8
1995–96 Canada Alex Bunbury 26 10
1994–95 Portugal Paulo Alves 33 14
1993–94 Brazil Jorge Andrade 27 11
1992–93 Brazil Edmilson 30 11
Brazil Jorge Andrade 32 11
1991–92 Brazil Edmilson 27 10
1990–91 Barbados Peter Hinds 30 10
1989–90 Portugal António Oliveira 19 4
Brazil Paulo Ricardo 27 4
1988–89 Portugal Jorge Silva 38 15
1987–88 Portugal Jorge Silva 35 10
1986–87 Northern Ireland Colin Hill 27 8
1985–86 Portugal Vítor Madeira 15 5

» NOTES

  • The data used is since the last promotion to the I League in 1985
  • Last update: 15 May 2016

Top 10 goalscorers[edit]

No. Name Years Appearances Goals Average
1. Canada Alex Bunbury 1993–1999 165 59 0.36
2. Brazil Edmilson 1991–1997 145 48 0.33
3. Senegal Baba Diawara 2007–2012
2015–2016
115 41 0.36
4. Brazil Gaúcho 2001–2004 83 35 0.42
5. Portugal Jorge Silva 1987–1989 73 25 0.34
6. Brazil Heitor 1991–1995 123 24 0.20
7. Brazil Jorge Andrade 1991–1994 64 23 0.36
8. Portugal Paulo Alves 1992–1995 72 21 0.29
9. Brazil Paulo Ricardo 1987–1990 96 19 0.20
10. Angola Djalma 2006–2011 97 19 0.20

» NOTES

  • The data used is since the last promotion to the I League in 1985
  • Last update 18 January 2017

Top 10 appearances[edit]

Competitive, professional matches only. Appearances as substitute (in parentheses) included in total.

No. Name Years League Cup League Cup Europe Total
1. Portugal Briguel 2000–2016 254 (23) 28 (2) 14 (0) 16 (0) 312 (25)
2. Portugal Carlos Jorge 1985–1992
1994–2001
293 (26) 2 (1) (0) 6 (0) 301 (27)
3. Brazil Everton 1987–1996 248 (0) 2 (0) 0 (0) 2 (0) 252 (0)
4. Portugal Zeca 1992–2005 216 (45) 10 (1) 0 (0) 9 (1) 235 (47)
5. Brazil Marcos 2003–2009 200 (0) 8 (0) 3 (0) 4 (0) 215 (0)
6. Portugal Bruno 1993–2002
2007–2010
182 (16) 9 (1) 3 6 (1) 200 (18)
7. Portugal Eusébio 1992–2005 173 (15) 9 (0) 0 (0) 7 (1) 189 (16)
8. Portugal Albertino 1997–2004 169 (18) 14 (0) 0 (0) 4 (0) 187 (18)
9. Netherlands Mitchell van der Gaag 2001–2006 154 (0) 14 (0) 0 (0) 6 (0) 174 (0)
10. Canada Alex Bunbury 1993–1999 165 (5) 2 (0) 0 (0) 6 (0) 173 (5)

» NOTES

  • The data used is since the last promotion to the I League in 1985
  • A player's name in bold denotes active player
  • Last update 18 January 2016

International players[3][4][edit]

Portugal[edit]

Name Years Caps Goals First Cap Score Stadium Date
Portugal José Ramos 1925–1930 1 0 France France vs Portugal Portugal 4–2 Stade des Ponts Jumeaux 18/04/1926
Portugal Pinga 1929–1930 1 0 Portugal Portugal vs. Spain Spain 0–1 Estádio do Ameal 30/11/1930
Portugal António Teixeira 1925–1932 1 0 Portugal Portugal vs. Italy Italy 0–2 Estádio do Lima 12/04/1931
Portugal Eduardo Luís 1976–1982 1 0 Italy Italy vs. Portugal Portugal 3–1 Stadio Luigi Ferraris 24/09/1980
Portugal António Oliveira 1982–1990 6 1 Portugal Portugal vs. Brazil Brazil 0–4 Estádio Municipal de Coimbra 08/06/1983
Portugal Adelino Nunes 1988–1990 10 2 Sweden Sweden vs. Portugal Portugal 0–0 Ullevi Stadium 12/10/1988
Portugal Jorge Silva 1987–1989 1 0 Portugal Portugal vs. Switzerland Switzerland 3–1 Estádio da Luz 26/04/1989
Portugal Paulo Madeira 1993–1994 1 0 Portugal Portugal vs. Norway Norway 0–0 Ullevaal Stadion 24/04/1994
Portugal Paulo Alves 1992–1995 5 3 Latvian Latvia vs. Portugal Portugal 1–3 Stadions Daugavas 09/10/1994
Portugal Vado 1991–1995 2 0 Canada Canada vs. Portugal Portugal 1–1 Varsity Stadium 26/01/1995
Portugal Ariza Makukula 2007–2008 3 1 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan vs. Portugal Portugal 1–2 Almaty Central Stadium 17/10/2007
Portugal Danilo Pereira 2013–2015 2 0 Portugal Portugal vs. Cape Verde Cape Verde 0–2 António Coimbra da Mota 31/03/2015

» NOTES

  • Last update: 16 June 2015

Other nations[edit]

Name Years Caps Goals First Cap Score Stadium Date
Zambia Webster Chikabala 1990–1991 1 0 Angola Angola vs. Zambia Zambia 1–2 Estádio da Cidadela 14/04/1991
Canada Alex Bunbury 1993–1999 23 6 Canada Canada vs Denmark Denmark 0–1 Varsity Stadium 24/01/1995
Canada Fernando Aguiar 1994–1995 1 0 Canada Canada vs Portugal Portugal 1–1 Varsity Stadium 26/01/1995
Zaire Eshele Botende 1996–1997 1 0 Zaire Zaire vs. South Africa South Africa 1–2 Stade Municipal 27/04/1997
Bulgaria Ilian Iliev 1999–2002 6 1 Bulgaria Bulgaria vs. Slovakia Slovakia 1–1 Playa Ancha Stadium 09/02/2000
Guinea-Bissau Lino 1998–2003 2 0 Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau vs. Togo Togo 0–0 Estádio 24 de Setembro 08/04/2000
Liberia Musa Shannon 1999–2001 12 1 Chad Chad vs. Liberia Liberia 0–0 Samuel Kanyon Doe 23/04/2000
Angola Chinguila 1999–2002 3 0 South Africa South Africa vs. Angola Angola 1–0 Mmabatho Stadium 15/01/2002
Slovenia Andrej Komac 2005–2006 4 0 Wales Wales vs. Slovenia Slovenia 0–0 Liberty Stadium 17/08/2005
Zambia Collins Mbesuma 2006–2007 2 0 Zambia Zambia vs. South Africa South Africa 0–1 Independence Stadium 08/10/2006
Chile Alex von Schwedler 2006–2007 1 0 Brazil Brazil vs. Chile Chile 4–0 Ullevi 24/03/2007
Venezuela Edder Pérez 2007–2008 1 0 Paraguay Paraguay vs. Venezuela Venezuela 1–1 Antonio Oddone Sarubbi 23/08/2007
Angola Djalma 2006–2011 12 1 Venezuela Venezuela vs. Angola Angola 0–0 Estadio La Carolina 19/11/2008
Cape Verde Héldon 2010–2013 21 8 Cape Verde Cape Verde vs. Mali Mali 1–0 Estádio da Várzea 04/09/2010
Cape Verde Sidnei 2006–2011 3 0 Zimbabwe Zimbabwe vs. Cape Verde Cape Verde 0–0 Rufaro Stadium 10/10/2010
Senegal Baba Diawara 2008–2012 1 0 Senegal Senegal vs. Democratic Republic of the Congo Congo DR 2–1 Stade des Allées 12/08/2009
Guinea-Bissau Leocísio Sami 2009–2014 7 0 Kenya Kenya vs. Guinea-Bissau Guinea-Bissau 2–1 Nyayo National Stadium 03/09/2011
Cape Verde Gegé 2012–2015 20 1 Cape Verde Cape Verde vs. Cameroon Cameroon 2–0 Estádio da Várzea 08/09/2012
Cape Verde Nuno Rocha 2013–2014 1 0 Luxembourg Luxembourg vs. Cape Verde Cape Verde 0–0 Stade Josy Barthel 05/03/2014
Niger Moussa Maâzou 2014–2015 4 1 Niger Niger vs. Cape Verde Cape Verde 1–3 Général Seyni Kountché 06/09/2014
Mali Moussa Marega 2015–2016 4 0 Mali Mali vs. Gabon Gabon 3–4 Stade Pierre Brisson 25/03/2015
Liberia Theo Weeks 2013–2015 1 0 Togo Togo vs. Liberia Liberia 2–1 Stade de Kégué 14/06/2015
Armenia Gevorg Ghazaryan 2015–2017 8 1 Serbia Serbia vs. Armenia Armenia 2–0 Karađorđe Stadium 04/09/2015
Curaçao Gevaro 2016–2017 6 1 Barbados Barbados vs. Curaçao Curaçao 1–0 Usain Bolt Sports 23/03/2016
Angola Pana 2013–2016 3 1 Congo DR Democratic Republic of the Congo vs. Angola Angola 2–1 Stade des Martyrs 26/03/2016
São Tomé and Príncipe Marcos Barbeiro 2014–2017 2 0 São Tomé São Tomé and Príncipe vs. Cape Verde Cape Verde 1–2 Estádio Nacional 12 de Julho 14/06/2016
Iran Alireza Haghighi 2016 1 0 Iran Iran vs. Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan 6–0 Azadi Stadium 07/06/2016
Guinea Alhassane Keita 2017– 2 0 Guinea Guinea vs. Gabon Gabon 2–2 Stade Océane 24/03/2017
Mozambique Zainadine Júnior 2017– 2 0 Mozambique Mozambique vs. Angola Angola 2–0 Estádio do Zimpeto 25/03/2017

» NOTES

  • Last update: 29 March 2017

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Campeonato de Portugal" (in Portuguese). footballzz.com. Retrieved 2014-03-31. 
  2. ^ "Club Sport Marítimo". zerozero.pt. Retrieved 2014-03-31. 
  3. ^ "C.S. Marítimo, Funchal". eu-football.info. Retrieved 2014-03-31. 
  4. ^ "Marítimo Funchal (13/14)". National Footbal Teams. Retrieved 2014-03-31.