F.C. Arouca

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Arouca
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Full nameFutebol Clube de Arouca
Nickname(s)Arouquenses
Founded25 December 1951; 67 years ago (1951-12-25)
GroundEstádio Municipal
Capacity5,000
ChairmanCarlos Pinho
ManagerHenrique Nunes
LeagueCampeonato de Portugal
2018–1916th LigaPro (relegated)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Futebol Clube de Arouca [ɐˈɾowkɐ] is a Portuguese football club based in Arouca, Metropolitan Area of Porto. Founded on 25 December 1951, the club plays in LigaPro, holding home games at Estádio Municipal de Arouca, with a 5,000-seat capacity.

History[edit]

Founded on 25 December 1951 as a FC Porto subsidiary,[1] Arouca spent the first five decades of its existence in the Aveiro regional leagues. In only two years (2006–08) it managed to reach the third division, being managed by television (RTP) presenter Jorge Gabriel for a few months during that timeframe.[2]

Arouca managed its fourth promotion in only seven years at the end of 2012–13, reaching the Primeira Liga for the first time in its history.[3][4] Subsequently, the Arouca Municipality awarded the club the Medal of Gold Merit for its achievement,[5] with the organization also being granted extra financial means to renovate and expand its stadium.[6]

Current squad[edit]

As of 24 September, 2019

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 Rui Vieira
2 Portugal DF Diogo Costa
3 Senegal DF Assane Baldé
4 Portugal DF Benny
6 Portugal DF Diogo Nunes
7 Brazil FW André Silva
8 Portugal MF Henrique Martins
10 Portugal MF Elísio
11 Brazil FW Adílio
12 Brazil DF Sanchez
13 Brazil DF João Basso
17 Ghana MF Yaw Moses
20 Portugal MF Miguel Ângelo
21 Nigeria MF Abbas Ibrahim (on loan from Paços de Ferreira)
No. Position Player
23 Argentina FW Kevin Ceijas
25 Guinea GK Moussa Traoré
26 Portugal MF André Salvador
33 Brazil GK Gabriel Gasparotto
40 Nigeria FW Iduitua David (on loan from Feirense)
45 Guinea-Bissau FW Valdu Té (on loan from Porto)
60 Portugal MF Marco Soares
72 Brazil DF Thales
80 Portugal DF Evandro Gomes
84 Portugal DF Miguel Abreu
87 Ghana FW Sheriff Mohammed
91 Cape Verde FW Fábio Fortes
99 Portugal GK Tomás Fontes

Managerial history[edit]

Honours[edit]

Seasons[edit]

Season Tier Domestic League Cup Other Cups Europe / Other Top goalscorer(s)[7]
League Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Name Goals
1985–86 4 Aveiro I Norte 33 8 9 16 29 54 58 16th Aveiro Cup
1986–87 5 Aveiro II Norte 26 20 5 1 78 10 71 1st Aveiro Cup
1987–88 ? Aveiro Cup
1988–89 ? Aveiro Cup
1989–90 ? Aveiro Cup
1990–91 ? Aveiro Cup
1991–92 ? Aveiro Cup
1992–93 ? Aveiro Cup
1993–94 ? Aveiro Cup
1994–95 ? Aveiro Cup
1995–96 ? Aveiro Cup
1996–97 5 Aveiro I A 30 4 2 24 17 55 14 15th Aveiro Cup
1997–98 6 Aveiro I B Norte 30 79 1st Aveiro Cup
1998–99 5 Aveiro I A 30 13 5 12 32 37 44 5th Aveiro Cup
1999–00 30 11th Aveiro Cup
2000–01 30 18 8 4 44 18 62 1st Aveiro Cup
Play-Off 6 3 2 1 10 10 11 2nd
2001–02 4 III Divisão C 34 11 6 17 44 60 39 15th R1
2002–03 5 Aveiro I 38 89 1st Aveiro Cup
2003–04 4 III Divisão C 34 11 7 16 41 46 40 15th R2
2004–05 5 Aveiro I 38 21 12 5 54 29 75 3rd Aveiro Cup
2005–06 38 19 8 11 68 42 65 5th Aveiro Cup
2006–07 34 25 6 3 67 18 81 1st Aveiro Cup
2007–08 4 III Divisão C 36 21 9 6 59 26 48 1st R2
Play-Off Cancelled due to financial constraints Shared
2008–09 3 II Divisão B 22 9 2 11 26 23 29 7th R4
Play-Out 10 5 1 4 12 13 31 7th
2009–10 II Divisão Centro 30 17 6 7 41 23 57 1st R2
Play-Off 4 2 0 2 4 5 6 1st
2010–11 2 II Liga 30 11 10 9 47 41 57 5th R3 League Cup R3 N'Jock; Kiko 12
2011–12 30 7 13 10 32 36 34 13th R2 League Cup R1 Joeano 19
2012–13 42 21 10 11 65 48 73 2nd QF League Cup R1 Joeano 27
2013–14 1 I Liga 30 8 7 15 28 42 31 12th R5 League Cup R2 Roberto 9
2014–15 34 7 7 20 26 50 28 16th R3 League Cup R3 Roberto 6
2015–16 34 13 15 6 47 38 54 5th QF League Cup R3 Walter González 7
Champions Runners-up Qualified for the Europa League Promoted Qualified for Play-Off Relegated

Last updated: 17 May 2016

Key Meaning Key Meaning
P Played QR Qualifying Round
W Games won GS Group Stage
D Games drawn R Round
L Games lost QF Quarter-Finals
GF Goals for SF Semi-Finals
GA Goals against RU Runner Up
Pts Points W Winner
Pos Final position ? No information

European record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2016–17 UEFA Europa League
3Q
Netherlands Heracles Almelo 0–0 1–1 1–1 (a)
PO
Greece Olympiacos 0–1 1-2 (a.e.t.) 1-3
Notes
  • 3Q: Third qualifying round
  • PO: Play-off

References[edit]

  1. ^ "História" [History] (in Portuguese). Arouca's official website. Archived from the original on 23 October 2012. Retrieved 31 January 2015.
  2. ^ Jorge Gabriel não esquece passagem por Arouca (Jorge Gabriel does not forget time in Arouca); Metro News, 17 June 2008 (in Portuguese)
  3. ^ Vitor Oliveira: o especialista das subidas (Vitor Oliveira: the promotion specialist) Archived 2014-08-08 at the Wayback Machine; Record, 12 May 2013 (in Portuguese)
  4. ^ "Arouca sobe à I Liga pela primeira vez na sua história" [Arouca rises to the I League for the first time in their history]. Público (in Portuguese). 12 May 2013. Retrieved 8 September 2013.
  5. ^ Câmara de Arouca atribui medalha de mérito ao clube (Arouca City Hall gives medal of merit to club) Archived 2013-06-10 at the Wayback Machine; Record, 4 June 2013 (in Portuguese)
  6. ^ Arouca: estádio renovado em contrarrelógio (Arouca: renovated stadium against the clock); Mais Futebol, 18 May 2013 (in Portuguese)
  7. ^ Goals in all competitions (Liga Portuguesa, Taça de Portugal, League Cup, County FA leagues and cups, and European) are counted.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 40°55′58.350″N 8°15′1.246″W / 40.93287500°N 8.25034611°W / 40.93287500; -8.25034611