Sporting Clube Lourinhanense

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Lourinhanense
Full name Sporting Clube Lourinhanense
Founded 1926
Ground Estádio Municipal, Lourinhã,
Portugal
Ground Capacity 6,432
Chairman Portugal Paulo Marta
Manager Portugal Nélson Franco
League District League Of Lisbon
2010-11 8th
Website [sclourinhanense.net Club home page]

Sporting Clube Lourinhanense, simply Lourinhanense, is a Portuguese football club based in Lourinhã, Lisbon. It currently plays in the Regional Championships, and holds home games at Estádio Municipal da Lourinhã, with a capacity of 2,000 seats.

The club was founded in 1926, and served for a time as the farm team of league giants Sporting Clube de Portugal.

History[edit]

Estadio Municipal da Lourinhã

In 1993 Tiago, a goalkeeper who went on to have a very large spell with Sporting Clube de Portugal, arrived at the club, and stayed for two years before returning to his alma mater. Apart from him, other players groomed at Sporting would eventually represent the club: Luís Boa Morte, Carlos Fernandes and Miguel Vargas, amongst others.

Later on, Lourinhanense signed a new protocol of cooperation, now with F.C. Alverca, receiving players like Manú, who later played for S.L. Benfica.

In the season of 2005-06, the main team played in the championship of the 1st Division of Honor, in Lisbon's Football Association. After a third place in the following year, it was declared that the side's main objective was to achieve financial sanitation.

Appearances[edit]

  • Tier 3: 6

League and Cup history[edit]

Season Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Portuguese Cup Notes
1990-91 Série D 4 34 18 11 5 53 27 45 did not participated
1991-92 Série D 3 34 17 11 6 48 31 47 did not participated
1992-93 Série D 1 34 23 8 3 61 52 54 did not participated
1993-94 Zona Centro 4 34 13 12 9 48 43 38 did not participated
1994-95 Zona Centro 6 34 12 12 10 48 43 36 did not participated
1995-96 Zona Centro 14 34 18 11 5 53 27 45 did not participated
1996-97 Série D 1 34 25 7 3 80 18 82 did not participated
1997-98 Zona Centro 5 34 14 11 9 55 39 53 did not participated
1998-99 Zona Centro 3 34 17 11 6 61 34 62 did not participated
1999-2000 Zona Centro 9 38 16 8 14 59 48 56 did not participated
2000-01 Zona Centro 19 36 4 7 25 30 82 19 did not participated
2001-02 Série D 4 34 17 3 4 53 30 64 did not participated
2002-03 Série D 3 32 19 4 9 63 30 61 did not participated
2003-04 Série D 7 34 16 9 9 54 40 57 did not participated
2004-05 Série E 17 34 4 5 25 22 73 17 1st Preliminary
2005-06 Honra da AF Lisboa 12 34 10 11 13 47 59 41 did not participated
2006-07 I Divisão - Série 1 da AF Lisboa 3 30 16 6 8 68 36 54 did not participated
2007-08 I Divisão - Série 1 da AF Lisboa 11 30 10 7 13 46 42 37 did not participated
2008-09 I Divisão - Série 1 da AF Lisboa 5 30 22 3 5 78 28 50 did not participated
2009-10 I Divisão - Série 1 da AF Lisboa 1 30 22 3 5 78 28 69 did not participated
2010-11 Honra da AF Lisboa 8 17 8 3 6 31 25 27 did not participated
2011-12 I Divisão - Honra da AF Lisboa align=right align=right align=right align=right align=right align=right align=right

Current squad[edit]

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 Mário Simões
2 Portugal MF Sérgio Plácido
3 Portugal DF Diogo Correia
4 Brazil DF Tiago Bonfim
5 Portugal DF Vitor Ferreira
6 Portugal DF Nelson Costa
7 Portugal FW André Pereira
8 Brazil FW Maycon Barth
9 Portugal FW Rodrigo Oliveira
10 Portugal MF Guilherme Ramos
11 Brazil MF Fabricio Silva
No. Position Player
16 Chile MF Francisco Canales
17 Portugal MF Sérgio Nascimento
20 Portugal DF Ricardo Manuel
21 Portugal FW Amilcar Feliciano
24 Portugal FW Ricardo Canoa
25 Portugal DF Carlos Ribeiro
26 Portugal MF Filipe Alves
28 Portugal MF André Lourenço
30 Portugal FW César Ribeiro
50 Portugal DF Filipe Pedro
99 Portugal GK Sérgio Nobre

Backroom staff[edit]

  • Portugal Néson Franco - Manager
  • Portugal Miguel Rodrigues - Assistant manager
  • Portugal João Ribeiro - Director of football
  • Portugal João Gonçalves - Doctor
  • Portugal Hélio Mateus - Masseur
  • Portugal Paulo Marta - Chairman

Previous staff[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

Kit[edit]

The traditional symbols of the club are the green and white colours in a broken shield. In the white side lays a black laurel with golden fruits, with two flowers of a first quarter and the Sun, everything in golden. In the green side, a lion in golden next to the initials SCL, also in golden.

The alternative kit is all yellow.

External links[edit]