List of Taça de Portugal winning managers

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Replica of the Taça de Portugal trophy first awarded to Académica de Coimbra in 1939.

This is a list of Taça de Portugal winning football managers.

Albano Paulo led Académica to victory in the inaugural final of the contest.

Otto Glória and José Maria Pedroto have won the tournament on four occasions while János Biri and Fernando Vaz guided their teams to the trophy on three occasions. Otto Glória was the first manager to have won the competition with two different clubs, a feat later achieved by Fernando Vaz, José Maria Pedroto, Jimmy Hagan and Rui Vitória.

Seven managers led their teams to consecutive wins in the tournament: János Biri (1943 & 1944), Cândido de Oliveira (1946 & 1948), Mário Lino (1973 & 1974), John Mortimore (1986 & 1987), Fernando Santos (2000 & 2001), Paulo Bento (2007 & 2008) and Jesualdo Ferreira (2009 & 2010). José Maria Pedroto is the only manager to have won three times in a row (1975–1977).

Thirteen men have won the tournament both as a player and as a manager, namely Fernando Caiado, Juca, José Maria Pedroto, José Augusto, Mário Lino, António Morais, João Alves, Artur Jorge, Toni, António Oliveira, António Sousa, Paulo Bento and Pedro Emanuel.

Winning managers[edit]

Jimmy Hagan, winning manager in 1972 and 1979.
Lajos Baróti, winning manager in 1981.
Tomislav Ivić, winning manager in 1988.
Carlos Queiroz, winning manager in 1995.
László Bölöni, winning manager in 2002.
Co Adriaanse, winning manager in 2006.
Pedro Emanuel, winning manager in 2012.
Final Manager Nationality Club Ref
1939 Albano Paulo  Portugal Académica [1]
1940 János Biri  Hungary Benfica [1]
1941 József Szabó  Hungary Sporting CP [1]
1942 Rodolfo Faroleiro  Portugal Belenenses [1]
1943 János Biri  Hungary Benfica [1]
1944 János Biri  Hungary Benfica [1]
1945 Joaquim Ferreira  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1946 Cândido de Oliveira  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1948 Cândido de Oliveira  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1949 Ted Smith  England Benfica [1]
1951 Ted Smith  England Benfica [1]
1952 Cândido Tavares  Portugal Benfica [1]
1953 António Ribeiro dos Reis  Portugal Benfica [1]
1954 József Szabó  Hungary Sporting CP [1]
1955 Otto Glória  Brazil Benfica [1]
1956 Dorival Knippel  Brazil Porto [1]
1957 Otto Glória  Brazil Benfica [1]
1958 Otto Bumbel  Brazil Porto [1]
1959 José Valdivieso  Argentina Benfica [1]
1960 Otto Glória  Brazil Belenenses [1]
1961 Filpo Núñez  Argentina Leixões [1]
1962 Fernando Caiado  Portugal Benfica [1]
1963 Juca  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1964 Lajos Czeizler  Hungary Benfica [1]
1965 Fernando Vaz  Portugal Vitória de Setúbal [1]
1966 Rui Sim-Sim  Portugal Braga [1]
1967 Fernando Vaz  Portugal Vitória de Setúbal [1]
1968 José Maria Pedroto  Portugal Porto [1]
1969 Otto Glória  Brazil Benfica [1]
1970 José Augusto  Portugal Benfica [1]
1971 Fernando Vaz  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1972 Jimmy Hagan  England Benfica [1]
1973 Mário Lino  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1974 Mário Lino  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1975 José Maria Pedroto  Portugal Boavista [1]
1976 José Maria Pedroto  Portugal Boavista [1]
1977 José Maria Pedroto  Portugal Porto [1]
1978 Rodrigues Dias  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1979 Jimmy Hagan  England Boavista [1]
1980 Mário Wilson  Portugal Benfica [1]
1981 Lajos Baróti  Hungary Benfica [1]
1982 Malcolm Allison  England Sporting CP [1]
1983 Sven-Göran Eriksson  Sweden Benfica [1]
1984 António Morais  Portugal Porto [1]
1985 Pál Csernai  Hungary Benfica [1]
1986 John Mortimore  England Benfica [1]
1987 John Mortimore  England Benfica [1]
1988 Tomislav Ivić  Yugoslavia Porto [1]
1989 Marinho Peres  Brazil Belenenses [1]
1990 João Alves  Portugal Estrela da Amadora [1]
1991 Artur Jorge  Portugal Porto [1]
1992 Manuel José  Portugal Boavista [1]
1993 Toni  Portugal Benfica [1]
1994 Bobby Robson  England Porto [1]
1995 Carlos Queiroz  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
1996 Mário Wilson  Portugal Benfica [1]
1997 Mário Reis  Portugal Boavista [1]
1998 António Oliveira  Portugal Porto [1]
1999 António Sousa  Portugal Beira-Mar [1]
2000 Fernando Santos  Portugal Porto [1]
2001 Fernando Santos  Portugal Porto [1]
2002 László Bölöni  Romania Sporting CP [1]
2003 José Mourinho  Portugal Porto [1]
2004 José Antonio Camacho  Spain Benfica [1]
2005 José Rachão  Portugal Vitória de Setúbal [1]
2006 Co Adriaanse  Netherlands Porto [1]
2007 Paulo Bento  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
2008 Paulo Bento  Portugal Sporting CP [1]
2009 Jesualdo Ferreira  Portugal Porto [1]
2010 Jesualdo Ferreira  Portugal Porto [1]
2011 André Villas-Boas  Portugal Porto [1][2]
2012 Pedro Emanuel  Portugal Académica [1][3]
2013 Rui Vitória  Portugal Vitória de Guimarães [1][4]
2014 Jorge Jesus  Portugal Benfica [1][5]
2015 Marco Silva  Portugal Sporting CP [1][6]
2016 Paulo Fonseca  Portugal Braga [1][7]
2017 Rui Vitória  Portugal Benfica [1][8]
2018 José Mota  Portugal Desportivo das Aves [1][9]
2019 Marcel Keizer  Netherlands Sporting CP [1][10]

Managers with multiple titles[edit]

Otto Glória, winning manager in 1955, 1957, 1960 and 1969.
Rank Name Winners Club(s) Winning Years
1 Brazil Otto Glória
4
Benfica, Belenenses 1955, 1957, 1960, 1969
= Portugal José Maria Pedroto
4
Porto, Boavista 1968, 1975, 1976, 1977
3 Hungary János Biri
3
Benfica 1940, 1943, 1944
= Portugal Fernando Vaz
3
Vitória de Setúbal, Sporting CP 1965, 1967, 1971
5 Portugal Cândido de Oliveira
2
Sporting CP 1946, 1948
= England Ted Smith
2
Benfica 1949, 1951
= Hungary József Szabó
2
Sporting CP 1941, 1954
= Portugal Mário Lino
2
Sporting CP 1973, 1974
= England Jimmy Hagan
2
Benfica, Boavista 1972, 1979
= England John Mortimore
2
Benfica 1986, 1987
= Portugal Mário Wilson
2
Benfica 1980, 1996
= Portugal Fernando Santos
2
Porto 2000, 2001
= Portugal Paulo Bento
2
Sporting CP 2007, 2008
= Portugal Jesualdo Ferreira
2
Porto 2009, 2010
= Portugal Rui Vitória
2
Vitória de Guimarães, Benfica 2013, 2017

By nationality[edit]

Country Managers Total
 Portugal 36 48
 England 5 8
 Hungary 5 8
 Brazil 4 7
 Argentina 2 2
 Netherlands 2 2
 Croatia 1 1
 Romania 1 1
 Spain 1 1
 Sweden 1 1

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References[edit]

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