|Website||Team home page|
|General manager||Fernando Pinto|
|Team manager(s)||Joaquim Andrade|
|Team name history|
Vito–Feirense–Blackjack (UCI team code: VFB) is a Portuguese professional road race cycling team team founded in 1983 that is currently based in Albergaria-a-Velha (former LA Alumínios / Metalusa Blackjack structure), competing on the UCI Continental Circuits.
From Santa Maria da Feira, a municipality with a rich cycling tradition, C.D. Feirense established a development team in late 1983 named Feirense–Ruquita that entered the competition the following year.
It was the start of a decade competing in the sport, from 1987 onwards in the professional ranks, where its major achievement was an Volta a Portugal overall victory in 1990, with São Paio de Oleiros native Fernando Carvalho.
On 26 October 2017, to celebrate its centenary, Rodrigo Nunes, C.D. Feirense chairman, revealed the club return to the sport through a partnership with Fernando Vasco, Sport Ciclismo São João de Ver development team manager, and Fernando Pinto.
Fernando Pinto, former General Manager and financial backer of LA Alumínios / Metalusa Blackjack, was retained as General manager and retired cyclist Joaquim Andrade assumed the role of Sports Director.
As of 2019[update]
- Young rider classification Volta a Portugal, Orlando Neves
- Combination classification Volta a Portugal, Fernando Carvalho
- Stage 1 Troféu Joaquim Agostinho, Andrzej Dulas
- Overall Volta ao Algarve, Fernando Carvalho
- Overall Volta a Portugal, Fernando Carvalho
- Porto–Lisboa, Oleg Logvin
- Young rider classification Volta a Portugal, Quintino Rodrigues
- Stage 4 Volta ao Alentejo, Edgar Pinto
- Overall Vuelta a la Comunidad de Madrid, Edgar Pinto
- Points classification GP Nacional 2 de Portugal, João Matias
- Stage 5, João Matias
- "Vito-Feirense-Blackjack é a nova equipa do pelotão nacional de ciclismo". SAPO Desporto (in Portuguese). Sportinforma. 2017-10-26. Retrieved 2018-08-18.
- "Vito-Feirense-Blackjack é a nova equipa do pelotão nacional de cilcismo". RTP Notícias (in Portuguese). Lusa. 2017-10-26. Retrieved 2018-08-18.
- Official website (in Portuguese)