José Henrique in 1972
|Full name||José Henrique Rodrigues Marques|
|Date of birth||18 May 1943|
|Place of birth||Arrentela, Portugal|
|1971||→ Toronto Metros (loan)||8||(0)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
José Henrique Rodrigues Marques (born 18 May 1943), known as José Henrique, is a retired Portuguese footballer.
Born in Arrentela, Seixal, Setúbal, José Henrique first played at Amora FC (three seasons), then with Seixal F.C. and Atlético Clube de Portugal (one apiece), all clubs in the Lisbon area. Subsequently he signed with local S.L. Benfica, where he would remain the following 13 years – he had already played youth football there for two years; he also had a short stint with the Toronto Metros, in the North American Soccer League.
In the Eagles' back-to-back Primeira Liga wins from 1971 to 1973, Henrique was instrumental in helping the squad attain its defensive record: 60 matches with only one loss and 29 goals conceded. He had to share first-choice duties in the next years with another club great, Manuel Bento, eventually losing his position in 1976 after having won eight leagues and three cups. He also appeared in the 1967–68 European Cup final, lost 1–4 to Manchester United in extra time. From 1979 to 1982 Henrique competed in the second level, with C.D. Nacional (two years) and S.C. Covilhã, retiring at 39. Still active he became a manager with his last team, subsequently returning to Benfica where he went on to work as a goalkeeper coach with the youth sides.
José Henrique played 15 times for Portugal, his debut coming on 10 December 1969 in a 0–1 friendly defeat with England. His last match took place on 13 October 1973 in a 2–2 draw against Bulgaria for the 1974 FIFA World Cup qualifiers – it would also be longtime Benfica teammate Eusébio's last international.
The peak of Henrique's international career was at the Brazil Independence Cup in 1972, where he helped the national side finish second to the hosts, only succumbing to a last-minute goal (0–1). During his career, however, he suffered stiff competition from Sporting Clube de Portugal's Vítor Damas.
- Primeira Liga (8): 1967–68, 1968–69, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1972–73, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77
- Taça de Portugal (3): 1968–69, 1969–70, 1971–72
- Taça de Honra (4)
- European Cup: Runner-up 1967–68