List of Sporting CP seasons

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Sporting Clube de Portugal (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈspɔɾtĩɡ ˈklub(ɨ) dɨ puɾtuˈɡaɫ]), referred to colloquially as Sporting, Sporting CP or, erroneously, Sporting Lisbon, is a Portuguese sports club based in Lisbon. The club is particularly renowned for its football branch. With more than 100,000 registered club members,[1] Sporting is one of the most successful and popular sports clubs in Portugal. Its teams, athletes and supporters are often nicknamed Os Leões (English: The Lions).

Key[edit]

Top-scorers

Seasons[edit]

As of match played 21 January 2017
Season Division Pos P W D L GF GA Pts Cup

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League Cup

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Competition Result Competition Result Name Goals
League

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European competitions

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Other competitions

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Top-scorer(s)

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1907–08 Regional 2nd 10 7 0 3 11 15 14 &
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1908–09 Regional 4th 10 4 0 6 14 8 8 &
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1909–10 Regional 5th 10 2 2 6 10 18 6 &
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1910–11 Regional 3rd 12 6 2 4 30 15 14 &
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1911–12 Regional 3rd 6 2 0 4 9 12 4 &
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1912–13 Regional 2nd 8 5 1 2 17 10 11 &
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1913–14 Regional 3rd 10 5 1 4 11 18 11 &
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1914–15 Regional 1st 10 9 0 1 37 8 18 &
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1915–16 Regional 3rd 8 3 1 4 19 1 7 &
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1916–17 Regional 2nd 8 6 1 1 21 4 13 &
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1917–18 Regional 2nd 4 2 1 1 9 3 5 &
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1918–19 Regional 1st[n 3] 10 8 0 2 20 9 16 &
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1919–20 Regional 3rd 7 3 1 3 9 8 7 &
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1920–21 Regional 2nd[n 4] 12 6 4 2 25 16 16 &
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1921–22 Regional 1st 6 5 0 1 15 2 10 RU &
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Jaime Gonçalves 5
1922–23 Regional 1st 8 6 2 0 20 6 14 W &
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Jaime Gonçalves 6
1923–24 Regional 2nd 8 4 1 3 15 11 9 &
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João Francisco 8
1924–25 Regional 1st 8 5 2 1 19 11 12 RU &
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Jaime Gonçalves 8
1925–26 Regional 2nd 14 7 4 3 26 29 18 &
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João Francisco
J. Manuel Martins
Emílio Ramos
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1926–27 Regional 4th 14 6 4 4 26 29 16 QF &
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J. Manuel Martins 6
1927–28 Regional 1st[n 5] 15 12 1 2 36 12 25 RU &
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J. Manuel Martins 10
1928–29 Regional[n 6] 5th 14 5 4 5 26 22 28 SF &
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A. Abrantes Mendes 12
1929–30 Regional 3rd 14 10 1 3 37 13 35 R16 &
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Rogério de Sousa 12
1930–31 Regional 1st 14 12 1 1 40 8 39 &
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A. Abrantes Mendes
Eduardo Mourinha
Rogério de Sousa
11
1931–32 Regional 2nd[n 7] 14 9 2 3 43 15 33 R16 &
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A. Abrantes Mendes 12
1932–33 Regional 3rd 18 11 3 4 44 24 43 RU &
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Alfredo Valadas 14
1933–34 Regional 1st 9 7 1 1 25 6 24 W &
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Adolfo Mourão 6
1934–35


14

12
8

8
4

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39

32
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30
RU &
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1935–36


14

11
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31

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1936–37


1st
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10
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25

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RU &
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12
1937–38


1st
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10
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44
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29
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1938–39


1st
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10
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17

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SF &
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23
1939–40


2nd
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10
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27
QF &
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1940–41


1st
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10
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8
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55
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26
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29

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1941–42


1st
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31

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SF &
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18
1942–43


1st
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10
14

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27
SF &
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13
1943–44


3rd
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10
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28
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R16 &
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1944–45


1st
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10
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27
37

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1945–46


2nd
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1946–47


1st
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10
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40

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Not held[n 11] &
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1947–48 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 20 1 5 92 40 41 W &
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Manuel Vasques 17
1948–49 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 20 2 4 100 35 42 R32 &
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Latin Cup RU Fernando Peyroteo 39
1949–50 Primeira Divisão 2nd 26 19 1 6 91 35 39 Not held[n 12] &
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Mário Wilson 24
1950–51 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 21 3 2 91 28 45 R16 &
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Latin Cup 4th Manuel Vasques 29
1951–52 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 19 3 4 91 32 41 W &
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Latin Cup 4th A. Jesus Correia 22
1952–53 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 19 5 2 77 22 43 QF[n 13] &
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Latin Cup 3rd João Martins 26
1953–54 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 20 3 3 80 25 43 W &
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João Martins 31
1954–55 Primeira Divisão 3rd 26 15 7 4 73 27 37 RU &
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João Martins 22
1955–56 Primeira Divisão 4th 26 15 6 5 54 27 36 R16 &
European Cup R1 &
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Manuel Vasques 19
1956–57 Primeira Divisão 4th 26 12 7 7 62 28 31 QF &
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João Martins 13
1957–58 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 19 5 2 79 21 43 QF &
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Manuel Vasques 19
1958–59 Primeira Divisão 4th 26 12 7 7 50 28 31 SF &
European Cup R1 &
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Hugo Sarmento 9
1959–60 Primeira Divisão 2nd 26 19 5 2 82 20 43 RU &
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Fernando Puglia 23
1960–61 Primeira Divisão 2nd 26 19 4 3 61 19 42 SF &
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Fernando Puglia 18
1961–62 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 19 5 2 66 17 43 QF &
European Cup PR &
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Diego Arizaga 16
1962–63 Primeira Divisão 3rd 26 18 2 6 71 31 38 W &
European Cup R1 &
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João Morais 18
1963–64 Primeira Divisão 3rd 26 13 8 5 49 26 34 R16 &
Cup Winners' Cup W &
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Ernesto Figueiredo 17
1964–65 Primeira Divisão 5th 26 12 8 6 39 35 32 SF &
Cup Winners' Cup R2 &
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João Lourenço 15
1965–66 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 18 6 2 70 21 42 SF &
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R2 &
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Ernesto Figueiredo 25
1966–67 Primeira Divisão 4th 26 11 8 7 36 24 30 R64 &
European Cup R1 &
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Manuel Duarte 11
1967–68 Primeira Divisão 2nd 26 17 3 6 48 24 37 R32 &
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R3 &
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João Lourenço 17
1968–69 Primeira Divisão 5th 26 11 8 7 35 20 30 SF &
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R2 &
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João Lourenço 16
1969–70 Primeira Divisão 1st 26 21 4 1 61 17 46 RU &
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup R2 &
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Nélson 17
1970–71 Primeira Divisão 2nd 26 16 6 4 45 14 38 W &
European Cup R2 &
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João Lourenço
Nélson
Fernando Peres
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1971–72 Primeira Divisão 2nd 30 17 9 4 51 26 43 RU &
Cup Winners' Cup R2 &
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Chico Faria
Fernando Peres
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1972–73 Primeira Divisão 5th 30 15 7 8 57 31 37 W &
Cup Winners' Cup R1 &
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Héctor Yazalde 19
1973–74 Primeira Divisão 1st 30 23 3 4 96 21 49 W &
Cup Winners' Cup SF &
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Héctor Yazalde 46GS
1974–75 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 17 9 4 59 25 43 SF &
European Cup R1 &
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Héctor Yazalde 30
1975–76 Primeira Divisão 5th 30 16 6 8 54 31 38 SF &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Manuel Fernandes 26
1976–77 Primeira Divisão 2nd 30 17 8 5 59 26 42 QF &
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Manuel Fernandes 21
1977–78 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 19 4 7 63 30 42 W &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Rui Jordão 15
1978–79 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 17 8 5 46 22 42 RU &
Cup Winners' Cup R1 &
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Manuel Fernandes
Salif Keïta
10
1979–80 Primeira Divisão 1st 30 24 4 2 67 17 52 R16 &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Rui Jordão 31
1980–81 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 14 9 7 48 28 37 R128 &
European Cup R1 Supertaça RU Rui Jordão 14
1981–82 Primeira Divisão 1st 30 19 8 3 66 26 46 W &
UEFA Cup R3 &
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Rui Jordão 26
1982–83 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 18 6 6 48 25 42 QF &
European Cup QF Supertaça W Rui Jordão 18
1983–84 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 19 4 7 58 24 42 SF &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Manuel Fernandes 17
1984–85 Primeira Divisão 2nd 30 19 9 2 78 26 47 R16 &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Manuel Fernandes 16
1985–86 Primeira Divisão 3rd 30 20 6 4 64 20 46 QF &
UEFA Cup QF &
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Manuel Fernandes 30
1986–87 Primeira Divisão 4th 30 15 8 7 52 28 38 RU &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Manuel Fernandes 17
1987–88 Primeira Divisão 4th 38 17 13 8 62 41 47 R128 &
Cup Winners' Cup QF Supertaça W Paulinho Cascavel 23
1988–89 Primeira Divisão 4th 38 18 9 11 50 33 45 SF &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Paulinho Cascavel 11
1989–90 Primeira Divisão 3rd 34 17 12 5 42 24 46 R64 &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Fernando Gomes 9
1990–91 Primeira Divisão 3rd 38 24 8 6 58 23 56 R16 &
UEFA Cup SF &
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Fernando Gomes 22
1991–92 Primeira Divisão 4th 34 18 8 8 56 26 44 R16 &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Jorge Cadete 25
1992–93 Primeira Divisão 3rd 34 17 11 6 59 30 45 SF &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Jorge Cadete 18
1993–94 Primeira Divisão 3rd 34 23 5 6 71 29 51 RU &
UEFA Cup R3 &
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Krasimir Balakov 15
1994–95 Primeira Divisão 2nd 34 23 9 2 59 21 55 W &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Andrzej Juskowiak 10
1995–96 Primeira Divisão[n 14] 3rd 34 19 10 5 69 27 67 RU &
Cup Winners' Cup R2 Supertaça W Paulo Alves 10
1996–97 Primeira Divisão 2nd 34 22 6 6 55 19 72 SF &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Paulo Alves
Oceano
Ricardo Sá Pinto
Ivaylo Yordanov
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1997–98 Primeira Divisão 4th 34 15 11 8 45 33 56 QF &
Champions League GS &
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Leandro 10
1998–99 Primeira Divisão 4th 34 17 12 5 64 32 63 R64 &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Ivaylo Yordanov 13
1999–00 Primeira Liga 1st 34 23 8 3 57 22 77 RU &
UEFA Cup R1 &
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Alberto Acosta 22
2000–01 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 19 5 10 56 37 62 SF &
Champions League GS Supertaça W Alberto Acosta 14
2001–02 Primeira Liga 1st 34 22 9 3 74 25 75 W &
UEFA Cup R3 &
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Mário Jardel 42GS
2002–03 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 17 8 9 52 38 59 QF &


Supertaça W Mário Jardel 11
2003–04 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 23 4 7 60 33 73 R32 &
UEFA Cup R2 &
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Liédson 15
2004–05 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 18 7 9 66 36 61 R16 &
UEFA Cup RU &
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Liédson 25
2005–06 Primeira Liga 2nd 34 22 6 6 50 24 72 SF &


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Liédson 15
2006–07 Primeira Liga 2nd 30 20 8 2 54 15 68 W &
Champions League GS &
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Liédson 15
2007–08 Primeira Liga 2nd 30 16 7 7 46 28 55 W RU


Supertaça W Liédson 11
2008–09 Primeira Liga 2nd 30 20 6 4 45 20 66 R32 RU Champions League R16 Supertaça W Liédson 17
2009–10 Primeira Liga 4th 30 13 9 8 42 26 48 QF SF


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Liédson 13
2010–11 Primeira Liga 3rd 30 13 9 8 41 31 48 R16 SF Europa League R32 &
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Yannick Djaló
Hélder Postiga
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2011–12 Primeira Liga 4th 30 18 5 7 47 26 59 RU R3 (GS2) Europa League SF &
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R. van Wolfswinkel 14
2012–13 Primeira Liga 7th 30 11 9 10 36 36 42 R64 R3 (GS2) Europa League GS &
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R. van Wolfswinkel 14
2013–14 Primeira Liga 2nd 30 20 7 3 54 20 67 R32 R3 (GS2) &
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Fredy Montero 13
2014–15 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 22 10 2 67 29 76 W R3 (GS2)


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Islam Slimani 12
2015–16 Primeira Liga 2nd 34 27 5 2 79 21 86 R16 R3 (GS)


Supertaça W Islam Slimani 27
2016–17 Primeira Liga 3rd 18 10 5 3 31 18 35 QF R3 (GS) Champions League GS &
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Bas Dost 36

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Before the official establishment of the Primeira Liga as the primary national championship, in the 1938–39 season, the Taça de Portugal was called Campeonato de Portugal (English: Championship of Portugal) and its winners were declared the national champions (although the winners of the Championship of Portugal no longer count as Portuguese football champions).
  2. ^ Only goals scored in the regional championship or Primeira Liga are considered.
  3. ^ Sporting CP had to play a two-legged final against Benfica as both finished the Regional at the top two positions with the same number of points. Sporting CP won both legs, 1–0 away (Campo de Benfica) and 2–1 at home (Estádio do Campo Grande). Both final matches are included on the stats.
  4. ^ Sporting CP had to play a match after the end of the second stage at the Estádio do Campo Grande against Belenenses to determine the second finalist as both finished the second stage of the Regional at the middle two positions with the same number of points. Sporting CP won 1–0. This match is included on the stats.
  5. ^ Sporting CP had to play a final match at an unknown ground against Benfica as both finished the Regional at the top two positions with the same number of points. Sporting CP won 3–0. The final match is included on the stats.
  6. ^ Starting this season, Regional wins became worth 3 points, ties became worth 2 points and defeats became worth 1 point; instead of the traditional 2/1/0 points. If a team failed to show up at any given match, that team would not get any point.
  7. ^ Sporting CP had to play a final match at an unknown ground against Belenenses as both finished the Regional at the top two positions with the same number of points. However, Sporting CP failed to show up for the final, getting 0 points as a consequence, and Belenenses won the Regional. The final match is included on the stats, as a third defeat.
  8. ^ Sporting CP had to play a final round-robin tournament against Benfica and Belenenses as all three finished the Regional at the top three positions with the same number of points. Sporting CP won both matches and got the first place. Both Sporting CP matches are included on the stats.
  9. ^ Sporting CP had to play a final match at the Campo das Salésias against Benfica as both finished the Regional at the top two positions with the same number of points. Sporting CP won 4–1. The final match is included on the stats.
  10. ^ After four experimental editions, the Primeira Liga was officially established as a national league competition with the purpose of determining the national champions, thus replacing the Campeonato de Portugal, which was converted into the Taça de Portugal, the top domestic cup competition.
  11. ^ The Cup was not organized in the 1946–47 season due to overscheduling caused by the major changes of the football league system.
  12. ^ The Cup was not organized in the 1949–50 season because the Estádio Nacional was the host venue for the Latin Cup.
  13. ^ Sporting CP did not show up for the second leg of the quarter-final tie with Lusitano Évora after a 2–2 draw at home on the first leg, and forfeited the competition in order to focus on the Latin Cup participation days later. Lusitano Évora advanced automatically to the semi-finals.
  14. ^ Starting this season, league wins became worth 3 points, instead of the traditional 2 points.

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Portuguese) Pedro Jorge da Cunha - Finanças do futebol, 5 May 2006 - MaisFutebol
  2. ^ "Taça de Portugal – Historial" (in Portuguese). Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). Archived from the original on 3 April 2012. Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  3. ^ Di Maggio, Roberto (19 April 2012). "Portugal - List of League Cup Finals". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  4. ^ Claro, Paulo (4 November 2011). "Portugal - List of Champions". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  5. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (10 June 2011). "European Champions' Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  6. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (26 January 2000). "Fairs' Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  7. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (26 January 2000). "European Cup Winners' Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF).
  8. ^ Stokkermans, Karel (19 May 2011). "UEFA Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 17 May 2012.
  9. ^ Claro, Paulo (4 November 2011). "Portugal - List of Super Cup Winners". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation (RSSSF). Retrieved 17 May 2012.

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