S.C. Olhanense

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Olhanense
SC Olhanense.png
Full nameSporting Clube Olhanense
Nickname(s)Leões de Olhão (Lions of Olhão)
Founded1912; 106 years ago (1912)
GroundEstádio José Arcanjo
Capacity5,661
ChairmanIsidoro Sousa
ManagerIvo Soares
LeagueCampeonato de Portugal
2017–18Campeonato de Portugal, 3rd
WebsiteClub website

Sporting Clube Olhanense (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈspɔɾtĩɡ ˈklub(ɨ) oʎɐˈnẽs(ɨ)]) is a Portuguese sports club from Olhão, Algarve.

Its football team was founded on 27 April 1912 and currently plays in the Campeonato de Portugal, the third division of Portuguese football. It holds home matches at the Estádio José Arcanjo, with a 5,661-seat capacity.

Olhanense were the first team from outside Lisbon or Porto to be crowned Portuguese Champions, in 1924.

Brief history[edit]

Olhanense became the first team from the Algarve region to reach the top level of Portuguese football, after winning the Algarve Football Association in 1941. Among its achievements was a fourth-place finish in the 1945–46 season, and the title of Portuguese Champion in the 1923–24 Campeonato de Portugal, at the time the most important national competition. In 1951, after ten consecutive seasons, the club returned to the second division.

Having been out of the top division since 1975, and after the relegation of neighbouring S.C. Farense to the lower leagues (including regional levels), Olhanense became once again the region's most important team, competing for the honour with Portimonense S.C. In May 2009, after defeating Gondomar S.C. 1–0, it returned to the top flight after a 34-year absence, led by former FC Porto central defender Jorge Costa.

Rivalries[edit]

The club has rivalries with fellow Algarve clubs Farense and Portimonense.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Players[edit]

First-team squad[edit]

As of 11 December 2018[8][9]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Portugal GK João Azul
2 Cape Verde MF Ailton Tavares
3 Portugal DF João Correia
5 Portugal DF Leonardo Lelo
6 South Korea MF Dongwook Lee
7 Portugal MF Rui Santos
8 Cape Verde MF Léléco
9 Netherlands FW Stevy Okitokandjo
10 Portugal MF Tiago Barros
11 Brazil FW Djalmir
13 Brazil DF Wellington
14 Brazil DF Fábio Pereira
15 Portugal MF Leandro Andrade
No. Position Player
16 South Korea FW Kim Yea-il
17 Portugal MF Rodrigo Martins
19 Brazil DF Gabriel Silva
20 Portugal MF Marco Jesus
22 Cape Verde DF Yuran Lopes
23 Portugal FW Mohcine Hassan
24 Portugal GK Gonçalo Augusto
25 Brazil FW Caleb
30 Canada GK Richard Gomes
77 Portugal DF Miguel Campos
95 Brazil MF Lucas Salinas
99 Portugal FW Nilson Júnior

Honours[edit]

League and cup history[edit]

Season League Cup Notes
Tier Pos Pld W D L GF GA Pts
1941–42 1 8 22 6 2 14 42 83 14 Quarterfinals
1942–43 5 18 8 2 8 44 48 18 Last 16
1943–44 5 18 10 2 6 65 34 22 Last 16
1944–45 6 18 6 4 8 41 41 16 Final
1945–46 4 22 13 1 8 65 39 27 Last 16 Best classification ever
1946–47 6 26 11 4 11 69 73 26 Not held
1947–48 11 26 5 7 14 48 66 17 Last 32
1948–49 7 26 10 4 12 51 55 24 Last 32
1949–50 9 26 8 8 10 48 57 24 Not held
1950–51 relegated 14 26 7 3 16 31 77 17 Last 16 Relegated
...
1961–62 1 8 26 8 6 12 33 41 22
1962–63 8 26 7 7 12 29 38 21
1963–64 relegated 13 26 2 8 16 20 57 12 Relegated
...
1973–74 1 11 30 8 6 16 35 69 22
1974–75 relegated 15 30 6 5 19 41 70 17 Relegated
...+
1996–97 3 7 34 14 8 12 34 36 50
1997–98 13 34 10 14 10 47 42 44 5th round
1998–99 4 34 15 13 6 51 34 58 4th round
1999–00 6 38 17 13 8 57 34 64
2000–01 11 38 13 14 11 45 44 53
2001–02 12 38 13 9 16 40 44 48 2nd round
2002–03 10 38 14 13 11 60 50 55 2nd round
2003–04 promoted 1 38 26 8 4 77 29 86 3rd round Promoted
2004–05 2 9 34 11 11 12 32 31 44 Last 128
2005–06 5 34 13 13 8 41 28 52 Last 64
2006–07 9 30 10 10 10 29 31 40 4th round
2007–08 5 30 12 9 9 33 33 45 5th round
2008–09 promoted 1 30 18 4 8 52 32 58 3rd round Promoted
2009–10 1 13 30 5 14 11 31 46 29 3rd round
2010–11 11 30 7 13 10 24 34 34 5th round
2011–12 8 30 9 12 9 36 38 39 Quarterfinals
2012–13 14 30 5 10 15 26 42 25 4th round
2013–14 relegated 16 30 6 6 18 21 49 24 4th round Relegated
2014–15 2 16 46 13 16 17 51 56 55 3rd round
2015–16 8 46 19 12 15 42 39 69 3rd round
2016–17 relegated 22 42 7 7 28 45 83 28 4th round Relegated
2017–18 3 3 30 18 4 8 42 30 58 3rd round

Managerial history[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Olhanense e Farense reeditam o derby mais "quente" do Algarve esta quarta-feira". sulinformacao.pt. 1 October 2014. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  2. ^ "Derby no Algarve: Olhanense empatou com Farense (1-1) - Maisfutebol.iol.pt". iol.pt. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  3. ^ http://portugalresident.com/capital-‘punishment’-for-portimonense-fans
  4. ^ portugalpress (2 March 2016). "Bragging rights". portugalresident.com. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Portimonense vence Olhanense no segundo derby algarvio da II Liga 2015/16". sulinformacao.pt. 28 November 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  6. ^ "Derby entre Portimonense e Olhanense acaba empatado a um golo (com fotos)". sulinformacao.pt. 22 March 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  7. ^ algarveresident (10 September 2010). "Big Algarve Derby next week". portugalresident.com. Retrieved 21 March 2018.
  8. ^ "Olhanense". www.zerozero.pt (in Portuguese). Retrieved 27 August 2018.
  9. ^ "PLANTEL 2018-19". www.olhanensenet.wordpress.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved 11 December 2018.

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