C.D. Mafra

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Full name Clube Desportivo Mafra
Founded 24 May 1965
Ground Estádio Municipal de Mafra, Mafra
Ground Capacity 1,200
Chairman José Cristo
Manager Pedro Silva
League Campeonato de Portugal
2015–16 LigaPro, 21st (relegated)
Website www.cdmafra.com

Clube Desportivo Mafra is a football club currently playing in the Campeonato de Portugal. They are based in the town of Mafra and own Campo Doutor Mário Silveira stadium, but the games are played in Estádio Municipal de Mafra.[1] Founded in 1965 the club predominantly played within Portugal's regional leagues where they gradually worked their way up to until they won the Associação de Futebol de Lisboa Division 1 title in the 1991–92 league season and promotion to the national leagues.


  • LigaPro: 1 (as of the 2015–16 season)
  • Segunda Divisão/Campeonato Nacional: 16
  • Terceira Divisão: 8

Season to season[edit]

  • 2000/01: Terceira Divisão: 3rd
  • 2001/02: Terceira Divisão: 1st
  • 2002/03: Segunda Divisão B: 2nd
  • 2003/04: Segunda Divisão B: 8th
  • 2004/05: Segunda Divisão B: 2nd
  • 2006/07: Segunda Divisão: 7th
  • 2007/08: Segunda Divisão: 5th
  • 2008/09: Segunda Divisão: 7th
  • 2009/10: Segunda Divisão: 5th
  • 2010/11: Segunda Divisão: 2nd
  • 2011/12: Segunda Divisão: 6th
  • 2012/13: Segunda Divisão: 2nd
  • 2013/14: Campeonato Nacional: 1st
  • 2014/15: Campeonato Nacional: 1st
  • 2015/16: Segunda Liga

Current squad[edit]

As of 12 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
1 Portugal GK João Godinho
2 Portugal DF Hugo Santos
3 Brazil DF Sandro
4 Brazil DF Rafael Goiano
5 Brazil MF Lucas Morelatto
6 Portugal DF Fábio Marinheiro
7 Portugal FW Bruninho
8 Portugal MF Tiago Costa
10 Portugal FW Luís Carlos
11 Portugal FW João Mota
12 Portugal GK Duarte Silva
14 Guinea-Bissau DF Juary
No. Position Player
15 Portugal DF Guilherme Ferreira
17 Portugal MF Álvaro Gonçalo
18 Brazil FW Campanholo
20 Portugal MF Vasco Varão
21 Portugal FW Ivan Fidalgo
22 Portugal DF Pedro Almeida
23 Brazil FW Alisson
44 Portugal DF David Crespo
45 Guinea-Bissau FW Valdu Té
86 Portugal MF Francisco Aguilar
91 Portugal GK André Caio



  1. ^ Lusa (3 July 2015). "Mafra vai jogar no Estádio Municipal". SAPO (in Portuguese). Retrieved 15 August 2015. 

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