Sport Sal Rei Club

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Sal-Rei FC
Full name Sal-Rei Futebol Clube
Sport Sal Rei Club
Nickname(s) Os Pretos & Brancos
Founded 28 August 1952
Ground Estadio Municipal Arsénio Ramos, Sal Rei, Cape Verde
Ground Capacity 500
Owner Cape Verde Lin Fontes
Manager Cape Verde Marley Monteiro
League Boa Vista Island League
2015–16 1st, Champion

Sport Sal Rei Club (or as Sport Sal-Rei Clube) is a sports club that its football (soccer) team had played in the Premier division and plays in the Boa Vista Island South Zone Division in Cape Verde. It is based in Sal Rei in the island of Boa Vista. Its current manager is Marley Monteiro. The club was once owned by Lin Fortes.

Sport Sal Rei Club is one of the most successful football (soccer) club in Cape Verde and is Boa Vista's second most successful club, having won about 18 official titles, only one is national and the remaining 17 are regional titles.

Apart from football (soccer) there are also in the club an athletics department.

Logo and uniforms[edit]

Its logo is equal to that of SL Benfica of Portugal, the middle reads S.S.R.C. Its uniform for home games are red except for its shorts which are white and the away/alternate color, not the same as Benfica's are blue

History[edit]

The club was founded on August 28, 1952 and became an official member on 3 July 1992.[1]

Sal-Rei has won their only national title in 2004. Their first insular title was claimed in 1993 in which let them entered the Interinsular Division for the first time, their second won in 1997 in which they won two in a row, their third was in 1998, since 2004, the team had won five titles in a row since 2004 and represented Boa Vista Island in their National or Interinsular Championships, their next one was in 2011 and their recent was in 2016, they have entered for their ninth time in history, they appeared in Group A but in 2016 appeared in Group B. Sport Sal Rei Club's positions had been steadily slumping at the national divisions at group stage between 2005 and 2011, they were semfinalist in 2005, third for the next two seasons, 4th in 2008 and 5th in 2011 and 2016, the first one was pointless but were bettern in 2016 with four points though they scored more goals numbering eight.

The club won the island's first cup title in 2009 and gave entry into the Cape Verdean Cup their only appearance, one of two clubs from the island, the other was Juventude do Norte, Sal Rei won their second title in a row in 2010 and brought their second entry into the national cup competition, one of some clubs. Their third was in 2013 and as cup winner faced the champion winner Onze Estrelas and won their first Super Cup title in 2013, in 2015 as a second placed cup winner, the club faced Académica e Operária and won their recent super cup title for Boa Vista. Sal Rei won their third and recent regional cup title in 2016.

From later 2015 to December 2016, Ravi was manager who was also a former played who played for the club in the early 2000s. Its current manager is Marley Monteiro, a former player.

Playoff advances[edit]

When the team won their fourth insular title, the team made it up to the finals and challenged a team about 100 km south named Académica from the country's capital Praia and beat all two legs, 2–0 and 1–2 and claimed their first and only title in history. Sal-Rei offered no advance into the 2005 CAF Champions League due to financial concerns.

Rivalry[edit]

The club's only twi rivalries is Académica Operária forming the Derby of Boa Vista Island, the only two on the island[2] The other rivalry is with Sporting Boa Vista forming the Eternal Derby of Boa Vista (Derby Eterno da Boa Vista).

Stadium[edit]

Estádio Arsénio Ramos, home of Sport Sal Rei Club

Estádio Municipal Arsénio Ramos is a multi-use stadium in Sal Rei, Cape Verde. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 500. The stadium is home to the island's best football clubs including Académica Operária and Sporting Boa Vista. It is also the home of Sanjoanense. The club also practices at the stadium

Honours[edit]

2004
1993/94, 1997/98, 2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2010/11, 2015/16
2009, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016
    • Boa Vista (Bubista) Super Cup: 2
2013, 2015
    • Boa Vista (Bubista) Opening Tournament: 1
2016

League and cup history[edit]

National championship[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA GD P Notes Playoffs
2004 1A 2 5 3 2 0 14 3 +11 11 Promoted into playoffs Champion
2005 1A 2 5 3 1 1 9 6 +3 10 Promoted into playoffs Semifinalist
2006 1A 3 4 2 2 1 5 2 +3 7 Did not advance Did not participated
2007 1A 3 5 2 2 1 6 9 -3 8 Did not advance Did not participated
2008 1A 4 5 1 2 2 5 8 -3 5 Did not advance Did not participate
2011 1A 5 4 0 0 4 1 8 -7 0 Did not advance Did not participate
2016 1B 5 5 1 1 3 8 11 -3 4 Did not advanced Did not participated

Island/Regional Championship[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA GA P Cup Tour Notes
2003–04 2 1 - - - - - - - - Promoted into the National Championships
2004–05 2 1 12 - - - - - - - Promoted into the National Championships
2005–06 2 1 12 - - - - - - - Promoted into the National Championships
2006–07 2 1 12 - - - - - - - Promoted into the National Championships
2007–08 2 1 12 - - - - - - - Promoted into the National Championships
2008–09 2 2 12 - - - - - - - Winner
2010–11 2 1 14 - - - - - - - Promoted into the National Championships
2013–14 2 2 14 10 1 3 25 15 +10 31
2014–15 2 4 14 4 6 4 18 15 +3 18 Finalist
2015–16 2 1 14 10 3 1 36 10 +26 33 Winner Winner Promoted into the National Championships

Statistics[edit]

Former players[edit]

Managerial history[edit]

Name Nationality From To
Djô Bracô  Cape Verde in 2004
Ravi  Cape Verde late-2015 December 2016
Marley Monteiro  Cape Verde since December 2016

References[edit]

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