|Full name||Futbol Club Lusitanos Andorra|
|Ground||Andorra Football Federation stadiums|
|Chairman||António da Silva Cerqueira|
|2016–17||Primera Divisió, 4th|
Futbol Club Lusitanos (Futbol Club Lusitans, Portuguese: Futebol Club Lusitanos) was founded in 1999. The club played for the first time in the Campionat de Lliga in 2000–01, after winning the Second Division championship. In 2001–02 they won its first title, the Copa Constitució after winning 2–0 in the final against Inter Club d'Escaldes on 2 June, with both goals by Manuel Vieira.
Lusitanos played their first European matches in the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League, where they were eliminated 11–0 on aggregate by Macedonian club Rabotnicki. In the following season's tournament, they were beaten at the same stage by Croatian club Varaždin, 6–1 on aggregate.
Since their promotion to the top division they have not been relegated, and won their first title in 2011–12. This qualified the club to the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League, where they were knocked out 9–1 on aggregate in the first qualifying round by Maltese champions Valletta.
They won their second league title in 2013, this qualified the club to the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League they were drawn to play EB/Streymur of the Faroe Islands, in the first leg they drew 2–2 and in the second leg they lost 5–1, losing 7–3 on aggregate.
After finishing fourth in the regular season FC Lusitanos ended the 2013–14 season without being qualified for the UEFA Europa League after losing against Sant Julià 1–2 in the final of the 2014 Copa Constitució.
In the 2014–15 season FC Lusitanos became runners-up of the regular league and this qualified the club to the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League where they were drawn to face West Ham United in the first qualifying round, lost 0–3 in the away match and 0–1 at home (0–4 on aggregate).
Identity and support
FC Lusitanos' logo greatly resembles that of the Portuguese Football Federation. Since its founding, the club has had several Portuguese players and coaches. The supporters, known as Lusitanos or Lusos, are mainly Portuguese immigrants in Andorra or Andorran people of Portuguese heritage.
The team's kit manufacturer is the Portuguese brand Peba.
|Period *||Kitmaker||Kit sponsor|
* Since the Andorra Football Federation affiliation.
- Primera Divisió:
- Copa Constitució:
- Supercopa Andorrana:
- Winners (2): 2012, 2013
- Segona Divisió:
- Winners (1): 1999–00
|2010–11||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||Rabotnički||0–6||0–5||0–11|
|2011–12||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||Varaždin||0–1||1–5||1–6|
|2012–13||UEFA Champions League||First qualifying round||Valletta||0–1||0–8||0–9|
|2013–14||UEFA Champions League||First qualifying round||EB/Streymur||2–2||1–5||3–7|
|2015–16||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||West Ham United||0–1||0–3||0–4|
|2016–17||UEFA Europa League||First qualifying round||Domžale||1–2||1–3||2–5|
|UEFA Champions League||4||0||1||3||3||16|
|UEFA Europa League||5||0||0||5||1||20|
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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