S.U. 1º Dezembro (women)

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S.U. 1º Dezembro (women)
Full name Sociedade União 1° de Dezembro
Nickname(s) Guerreiras de Sintra (Sintra Warriors)
Vermelho-e-Brancos (Red and White)
Founded 1995; 20 years ago (1995)
Ground Campo Conde Sucena
Ground Capacity 1,000
Chairman Portugal Fernando Cunha
Manager Portugal José Simões
League Campeonato Nacional
Website Club home page

Sociedade União 1º de Dezembro is a sports club from Sintra, Portugal. The football section of the club was founded on 6 April 1938 and the women's football section in 1995.[1] The women's football team play in the top national league, the Campeonato Nacional de Futebol Feminino and have been the dominant force of the last decade. After the first league title in 1999-2000, the team won every league title from the 2001-02 season until 2011-12. The team has also won 7 Portuguese Cups ever since the creation of the competition in 2003-04. It is currently the most successful women's football team in Portugal.

History[edit]

The women's football section of the Sociedade União 1º de Dezembro was created in 1995, making the club one of the few in Portugal to have both a men's and a women's football team. Ever since the creation of the section, the team have won 12 league titles - 11 of which in a row - and 7 Portuguese Cups making it the most successful women's football team in Portugal.

The section also managed an U-18 women's football team which disputed the Campeonato de Promoção de Futebol Feminino, the name of the women's football second division.

After a 3rd place in the 2012-13 league, the women's football section was incorporated into Sevenfoot, a non-profit association managing the youth football teams of the club. This restructuring involved several players of the main team leaving the club, changing the manager and making the U-18 team into a 7-a-side team to challenge for the new Lisbon U-18 Regional League.

Titles[edit]

Main Team

Winners (12) (record): 1999-2000, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-2012
Winners (7) (record): 2003-04, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12

U-18 Team

Winner (1): 2012-13

Record in UEFA competitions[edit]

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent Scorers
2002–03
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
2–1
2–0
0–3
Austria Innsbrucker
Scotland Kilmarnock
Russia CSK VVS Samara
Fernandes 2
Couto, Fernandes
0
2003–04
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
0–4
2–5
0–1
Germany Frankfurt
Spain Athletic Bilbao
Austria Neulengbach
0
Brunheira, Couto
0
2004–05
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
1–3
1–1
0–1
Austria Neulengbach
Republic of Ireland UC Dublin
France Montpellier
Brancão
Couto
0
2005–06
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
3–0
7–0
0–1
Wales Cardiff City
Northern Ireland Glentoran
France Montpellier
Fernandes, Oliveira, Pinto
Carneiro 2, Pinto 2, Fernandes, Martins, Oliveira
0
2006–07
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
0–4
7–1
0–3
Iceland Breiðablik
Northern Ireland Newtownabbey Strikers
Austria Neulengbach
0
Pinto 5, Fernandes 2
0
2007–08
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
7–0
2–0
0–1
Croatia Osijek
Wales Cardiff City
Belgium Rapide Wezemaal
Fernandes 2, Brunheira, Caleja, Couto, Lourido, Pinto
Caleja, Couto
0
2008–09
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
7–1
1–1
0–4
Cyprus Vamos Idaliou
Slovenia Krka Novo Mesto
Austria SV Neulengbach
Couto 4, Gouveia, Pinto, D. Silva
Carvalhas
0
2009–10
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
10–0
3–0
0–1
Malta Birkirkara
Wales Cardiff City
Denmark Brøndby
Fernandes 2, D. Silva 2, Couto, Galvão, Matias, Pinto, A. Silva + 1 o.g.
0
0
2010–11
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
1–4
4–1
1–4
Republic of Ireland St. Francis
Croatia Osijek
Russia Rossiyanka
Cristina
Cristina 2, Matos, Mendes
Cristina
2011–12
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
1–1
4–0
1–4
Israel ASA Tel Aviv
Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs
Hungary MTK Hungaria
Carvalhas
Alves, Caleja, Couto, Matos
0
2011–12
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
4–0
1–0
1–4
Northern Ireland Glentoran
Malta Birkirkara
Romania Olimpia Cluj
Fontes, Galvão, A. Silva, Ventura
A. Silva
A. Silva

Current squad[edit]

As of 3 November 2013 [2] 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 Inês Andrada
2 Portugal DF Sara Ribeiro
3 Portugal DF Susana Alves
5 Portugal DF Ana Bernardes
7 Portugal MF Mariana Pina
8 Portugal MF Iolanda Silva
9 Portugal MF Madalena Fontes
10 Portugal MF Paula Cristina
13 Portugal DF Jéssica Chaveiro
15 Portugal FW Sara Martins
No. Position Player
17 Portugal FW Raquel Oliveira
18 Portugal DF Margarida Sousa
19 Portugal MF Beatriz Fernandes
20 Portugal MF Mariana Fontes
21 Portugal MF Jéssica Simão
22 Portugal DF Rute Gonçalves
23 Portugal FW Catarina Carvalho
26 Portugal FW Carina Afonso
28 Portugal DF Ana Rita Gonçalves

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