Sporting Clube de Luanda

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Sporting de Luanda
Full nameSporting Clube de Luanda
Founded1920
GroundEstádio dos Coqueiros
Luanda, Angola
Capacity12.000

Sporting Clube de Luanda best known as Sporting de Luanda, is an Angolan multisports club based in Luanda. The club's football team, while being one of the most ancient and traditional clubs in Luanda, has been out of major competition due to financial reasons.

The team was founded in 1920.[1]

During the colonial period in Angola, the club has won eight times the Angolan Provincial Championship the top division of Angolan football as a Portuguese colony.

Following the country's independence in 1975 and in an attempt by the communist regime to erase all traces of colonial rule, the club which has been created as an affiliate to Sporting Clube de Portugal was ordered to change its name and therefore became known as Diabos Verdes (Green Devils).

In February 1981, the club's name changed again as Leões de Luanda (Luanda's Lions).

In the early 1990s, with the establishment of democracy, the club was able to reclaim its original name.

League & Cup Positions[edit]

Stadium[edit]

The team used to play at the 12000 capacity Estádio dos Coqueiros.

Honours[edit]

Players[edit]

Sporting Clube de Luanda players

1991–2000[edit]

Nat Nick Name A P A.P. J.G.
1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
Angola Além 1995
Angola Balsa 1995
Angola Betinho 1995
Angola Moisés 1995
Angola Nando Saturnino 1995
Angola Nelsinho 1995
Angola Quinito 1995
Angola Teófilo 1995
Angola Toninho 1995
Angola Tó Zé 1995
Angola Tony 1995
Angola Zé Carlos 1995
Angola Zé Gordo GK 1995
Angola Zé Keno 1995
Years 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

1979-1981[edit]

Nat Nick Name A P JV. Lopes A.G.
1979 1980 1981
GB 5 10
Angola Acácio 1979
Angola Agostinho 1981
Angola André MF 1979 1980 1981
Angola Barros FW 1981
Angola Batalha DF 1981
Angola Chico Francisco Bartolomeu DF 1979 1980 1981
Angola Chico Santos Francisco Santos DF 1979 1980 1981
Angola Cruz DF 1979 1980
Angola Diamantino FW 1981
Angola Dianingana FW 1979 1980 1981
Angola Eduardo Machado Eduardo Rosa Machado 23 MF 1979
Angola Erasmo MF 1980
Angola Faustino DF 1980
Angola Fernandes MF 1979
Angola Ferreira MF 1979 1980
Angola Francisco DF 1979 1980
Angola Franco José Joaquim Franco MF 1980 1981
Angola Garcia II 1981
Angola Gaspar Gaspar João Miguel DF 1979 1980
Angola Gino Higino Gaspar de Carvalho FW 1979 1980 1981
Angola Gonçalves GK 1979 1980
Angola Graça Graça Vaz da Conceição 23 DF 1980 1981
Angola Guimas DF 1981
Angola Inácio 1979
Angola João Machado João Rosa de Sousa Machado 29 FW 1979 1980
Angola Joaquim 1981
Angola Joca MF 1979 1980
Angola Kalamina DF 1981
Angola Lalá MF 1979 1980
Angola Lito DF 1981
Angola Loth FW 1980 1981
Angola Luís GK 1980 1981
Angola Madaleno Fernando Madaleno GK 1979 1980 1981
Angola Mané FW 1981
Angola Marinheiro DF 1980 1981
Angola Mário Mário André DF 1981
Angola Mário Mário Brás MF 1981
Angola Matias GK 1981
Angola Matos 1981
Angola Nacibe 1980
Angola Neto FW 1979
Angola Pai DF 1981
Angola Pepe DF 1980
Angola Portela GK 1980
Angola Rafael FW 1981
Angola Rola MF 1981
Angola Santo António João António Fernandes MF 1979
Angola Silva DF 1980
Angola Soares FW 1981
Angola Tala-Hady FW 1981
Angola Tomás DF 1980 1981
Angola Tony 1981
Angola Toy Múkua DF 1979 1980 1981
Angola Varela DF 1979 1980
Angola Vieira Dias Gabriel Vieira Dias MF 1981
Angola Wanda DF 1981
Angola Zé Luís GK 1980 1981
Years 1979 1980 1981

1973[edit]

Nat Nick Name A P AZS
1973
PC
Angola Abreu 1973
Angola Garcia I DF 1973
Angola Garcia II 1973
Angola Garnacho 1973
Angola Garrido 1973
Angola Geovetty 1973
Angola Gino Higino Gaspar de Carvalho FW 1973
Angola Loth FW 1973
Angola Magalhães GK 1973
Angola Maiúca 1973
Angola Mané FW 1973
Angola Marques 1973
Angola Queré 1973
Years 1973

Manager history[edit]

Season Coach S L C Coach S L C Coach S L C
1979 Angola João Vieira Lopes
1980
1981 Angola António Gomes de Oliveira Angola Passos Carneiro Argentina Mario Imbelloni 10th
1995 Angola Manuel Loth Angola Jorge Gonçalves 12th

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sporting Clube de Luanda :: Statistics :: Titles :: Titles (in-depth) :: History (Timeline) :: Goals Scored :: Fixtures :: Results :: News & Features :: Videos :: Photos :: Squad :: calciozz.it". www.calciozz.it (in Italian). Retrieved 2017-07-11.