Portuguese Roller Hockey First Division

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Portuguese Roller Hockey First Division
First season1939
CountryPortugal
ConfederationCERH (Europe)
Number of teams14
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toPortuguese Roller Hockey Second Division
Domestic cup(s)Taça de Portugal
Supertaça António Livramento
International cup(s)CERH European League
CERS Cup
Current championsSporting CP (8th title)
Most championshipsBenfica (23 titles)
TV partnersTVI (TVI 24)
WebsitePortuguese Roller Sports Federation

The Portuguese Roller Hockey First Division (Portuguese: Campeonato Nacional da Primeira Divisão de Hóquei em Patins or simply 1ª Divisão; literally: Roller Hockey First Division National Championship) is the premier Portuguese roller hockey league. It was founded in 1939 and Sporting CP were crowned as the first champions. Benfica are the record winners, with 23 titles, and Sporting are the current champions, having won 8 titles. The league is contested by 14 teams, with the top four teams qualifying for the following season's CERH European League and the fifth to eighth placed teams qualifying for the CERS Cup. The bottom three teams are relegated to the second-tier Portuguese Roller Hockey Second Division.

Teams[edit]

Portuguese Roller Hockey First Division is located in Portugal
OC Barcelos
OC Barcelos
Benfica Sporting CP
Benfica
Sporting CP
Juventude Viana
Juventude Viana
Oliveirense
Oliveirense
Paço d'Arcos
Paço d'Arcos
Porto
Porto
Riba d'Ave
Riba d'Ave
Sanjoanense
Sanjoanense
Sporting Tomar
Sporting Tomar
Turquel
Turquel
Valença
Valença
Valongo
Valongo
Location of teams in 1ª Divisão 2016–17 (Mainland)
Portuguese Roller Hockey First Division is located in Azores
Candelária
Candelária
Location of teams in 1ª Divisão 2016–17 (Azores)

The following 14 teams competed in the 2016–17 season:

Club Position in 2016–17 Titles Last title Qualified for
Porto 0011st 22 2016–17 2017–18 CERH European League
Benfica 0022nd 23 2015–16
UD Oliveirense 0033rd 0 N/A
Sporting CP 0054th 7 1987–88
OC Barcelos 0055th 3 2000–01 2017–18 CERS Cup
Juventude de Viana 0066th 0 N/A
AD Valongo 0077th 1 2013–14
Valença HC 0118th 0 N/A
HC Turquel 0109th 0 N/A
Sporting Tomar 00810th 0 N/A
CD Paço d'Arcos 00911th 8 1954–55
Candelária SC 01312th 0 N/A Relegated to 2nd Division
AD Sanjoanense 01413th 0 N/A
Riba d'Ave 01214th 0 N/A

Winners, second and third places[edit]

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Season Winners (number of titles) Second place Third place
1938–39 Sporting CP Infante de Sagres
1939–40 Futebol Benfica Infante de Sagres
1940–41 Futebol Benfica (2) CD Paço d'Arcos Estrela e Vigorosa
1941–42 CD Paço d'Arcos Futebol Benfica
1942–43 Futebol Benfica (3) Académico FC CD Paço d'Arcos
1943–44 CD Paço d'Arcos (2) HC Sintra Académico FC
1944–45 CD Paço d'Arcos (3) HC Sintra Futebol Benfica
1945–46 CD Paço d'Arcos (4) HC Sintra Infante de Sagres
1946–47 CD Paço d'Arcos (5) HC Sintra Infante de Sagres
1947–48 CD Paço d'Arcos (6) HC Sintra Infante de Sagres
1948–49 HC Sintra CD Paço d'Arcos Benfica
1949–50 HC Sintra (2) CD Paço d'Arcos Benfica
1950–51 Benfica CD Paço d'Arcos HC Sintra
1951–52 Benfica (2) CD Paço d'Arcos HC Sintra
1952–53 CD Paço d'Arcos (7) Campo de Ourique Infante de Sagres
1953–54 Campo de Ourique Benfica CD Paço d'Arcos
1954–55 CD Paço d'Arcos (8) Benfica Campo de Ourique
1955–56 Benfica (3) Infante de Sagres Académico FC
1956–57 Benfica (4) GDS Cascais CD Paço d'Arcos
1957–58 HC Sintra (3) CD Paço d'Arcos
1958–59 HC Sintra (4) Campo de Ourique CD Paço d'Arcos
1959–60 Benfica (5) CD Paço d'Arcos Campo de Ourique
1960–61 Benfica (6) Campo de Ourique CD Paço d'Arcos
1961–62 CF Lourenço Marques (MOZ) Benfica Académico FC
1962–63 No championship disputed.[a]
1963–64
1964–65 CUF AD Oeiras Campo de Ourique
1965–66 Benfica (7) CF Lourenço Marques (MOZ) Campo de Ourique
1966–67 Benfica (8) CD Malhangalene (MOZ) CF Lourenço Marques (MOZ)
1967–68 Benfica (9) CF Lourenço Marques (MOZ) Porto
1968–69 GD Lourenço Marques (MOZ) Porto Sport Luanda e Benfica (ANG)
1969–70 Benfica (10) Porto AA Moçambique (MOZ)
1970–71 GD Lourenço Marques (MOZ) (2) CF Lourenço Marques (MOZ) Banco Comercial de Angola (ANG)
1971–72 Benfica (11) Banco Comercial de Angola (ANG) CF Lourenço Marques (MOZ)
1972–73 GD Lourenço Marques (MOZ) (3) Benfica Banco Comercial de Angola (ANG)
1973–74 Benfica (12) Infante de Sagres Sporting CP
1974–75 Sporting CP (2) Porto AD Valongo
1975–76 Sporting CP (3) Porto AJ Salesiana
1976–77 Sporting CP (4) AD Oeiras AD Valongo
1977–78 Sporting CP (5) AD Oeiras Porto
1978–79 Benfica (13) Porto Infante de Sagres
1979–80 Benfica (14) Sporting CP AD Valongo
1980–81 Benfica (15) Sporting CP AD Valongo
1981–82 Sporting CP (6) Benfica Porto
1982–83 Porto Benfica Sporting CP
1983–84 Porto (2) Sporting CP Juventude de Viana
1984–85 Porto (3) Sporting CP AD Sanjoanense
1985–86 Porto (4) Sporting CP AD Sanjoanense
1986–87 Porto (5) UD Oliveirense Sporting CP
1987–88 Sporting CP (7) Porto CD Paço d'Arcos
1988–89 Porto (6) OC Barcelos Benfica
1989–90 Porto (7) OC Barcelos Benfica
1990–91 Porto (8) OC Barcelos Benfica
1991–92 Benfica (16) Porto OC Barcelos
1992–93 OC Barcelos Porto Benfica
1993–94 Benfica (17) OC Barcelos Porto
1994–95 Benfica (18) OC Barcelos Porto
1995–96 OC Barcelos (2) Benfica Porto
1996–97 Benfica (19) OC Barcelos UD Oliveirense
1997–98 Benfica (20) Porto CD Paço d'Arcos
1998–99 Porto (9) OC Barcelos Benfica
1999–2000 Porto (10) OC Barcelos Benfica
2000–01 OC Barcelos (3) Benfica Porto
2001–02 Porto (11) Benfica OC Barcelos
2002–03 Porto (12) OC Barcelos Benfica
2003–04 Porto (13) OC Barcelos UD Oliveirense
2004–05 Porto (14) Benfica UD Oliveirense
2005–06 Porto (15) Benfica OC Barcelos
2006–07 Porto (16) Benfica UD Oliveirense
2007–08 Porto (17) Benfica Juventude de Viana
2008–09 Porto (18) Juventude de Viana Benfica
2009–10 Porto (19) Juventude de Viana UD Oliveirense
2010–11 Porto (20) Benfica UD Oliveirense
2011–12 Benfica (21) Porto Candelária SC
2012–13 Porto (21) Benfica UD Oliveirense
2013–14 AD Valongo Benfica Porto
2014–15 Benfica (22) Porto Oliveirense
2015–16 Benfica (23) Porto Oliveirense
2016–17 Porto (22) Benfica Oliveirense
2017–18 Sporting CP (8) Benfica Porto

Wins by club[edit]

Club Titles Second place Seasons
Benfica 23 18 1950–51, 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1959–60, 1960–61, 1965–66, 1966–67, 1967–68, 1969–70, 1971–72, 1973–74, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1991–92, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2011–12, 2014–15, 2015–16
Porto 22 12 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1988–89, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2012–13, 2016–17
CD Paço d'Arcos 8 7 1941–42, 1943–44, 1944–45, 1945–46, 1946–47, 1947–48, 1952–53, 1954–55
Sporting CP 8 5 1938–39, 1974–75, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1977–78, 1981–82, 1987–88, 2017–18
HC Sintra 4 5 1948–49, 1949–50, 1957–58, 1958–59
OC Barcelos 3 10 1992–93, 1995–96, 2000–01
CF Benfica 3 1 1939–40, 1940–41, 1942–43
GD Lourenço Marques 3 0 1968–69, 1970–71, 1972–73
CA Campo de Ourique 1 3 1953–54
CF Lourenço Marques 1 3 1961–62
GD CUF 1 0 1964–65
AD Valongo 1 0 2013–14
Infante de Sagres 0 4
AD Oeiras 0 3
Juventude de Viana 0 2
Académico FC 0 1
GDS Cascais 0 1
CD Malhangalene 0 1
Banco Comercial de Angola 0 1
UD Oliveirense 0 1

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Due to regional disputes about a new national league format, a Portuguese Cup was played instead in the 1962–63 and 1963–64 seasons.[1]