Sporting CP (women's football)

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Sporting CP
Full nameSporting Clube de Portugal
GroundEstádio José Alvalade,[1] Lisbon
ChairmanBruno de Carvalho
ManagerNuno Cristóvão
LeagueCampeonato Nacional de Futebol Feminino
2017-18Champions
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Sporting Clube de Portugal Feminino is a Portuguese women's football team from Lisbon. It is the women's section of Sporting Clube de Portugal.

The team won the national championship in 2016–17[2] and the Portuguese Women's Cup

History[edit]

Sporting had a women's team in the 1990s. Then for 21 years there was no women's football.[3] The club reactivated the team for the 2016–17 season and immediately won the national championship and cup, qualifying for the UEFA Women's Champions League for the first time.[4]

Competitive Record[edit]

Season League Cup Supercup Regional league UEFA Women's Champions League
1991-92 3rd 2nd
1992-93 3rd 1st
1993-94 5th
1994-95 4th
2016-17 1st Winners
2017-18 1st Winners Winners Qualifying Round

Players[edit]

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 Inês Pereira
2 United States MF Carlyn Baldwin
3 Portugal DF Rita Fontemanha
4 Portugal DF Mariana Azevedo
5 Portugal DF Joana Marchão
6 Portugal DF Bruna Costa
7 Portugal FW Ana Capeta
8 Portugal FW Bárbara Marques
9 Portugal FW Ana Borges
10 Serbia DF Nevena Damjanović
11 Portugal MF Tatiana Pinto
13 Portugal MF Fátima Pinto
14 Portugal MF Joana Martins
No. Position Player
15 Portugal DF Carole Costa
16 United States MF Sharon Wojcik
17 Portugal MF Neuza Besugo
18 Portugal FW Carolina Mendes
19 Portugal FW Diana Silva
20 Portugal FW Solange Carvalhas
21 Portugal GK Patrícia Morais
22 Sweden FW Nathalie Persson
23 Portugal MF Nadine Cordeiro
24 Portugal MF Patrícia Gouveia
27 Portugal DF Matilde Figueiras
29 Portugal FW Constança Silva

Former players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Complexo Alvalade XXI". wikimapia.org (in Portuguese) (in English).
  2. ^ "Festa foi à bancada com dedicatória a Bruno de Carvalho" (in Portuguese). sporting.pt. 20 May 2017. Retrieved 21 May 2017.
  3. ^ "Sporting sagra-se campeão nacional" (in Portuguese). fpf.pt. 20 May 2017. Retrieved 21 May 2017.
  4. ^ News for Cup final on 6 June 2017

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