F.C. Barreirense

Futebol Clube Barreirense is a Portuguese sports club founded on 11 April 1911. The main sports are football and basketball. In both sports, the club has represented Portugal in European competitions. In basketball, the club won 2 national championships and 6 Portuguese Cups. The club also offers chess, gymnastics and kick-boxing.

Barreirense
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Full nameFutebol Clube Barreirense
Founded1911
GroundCampo da Verderena, Barreiro
Capacity1.500
ChairmanJosé Rodrigues
ManagerPedro Amora
LeagueSetúbal FA First Division
WebsiteClub website

FootballEdit

The football club became champion of the Segunda Divisão seven times. In the 1969–70 season, FC Barreirense achieved its highest place ever in the Primeira Divisão, reaching the 4th place. That team included player Manuel Bento. The following year, the club represented the country in the 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. They managed to win 2-0 against Dinamo Zagreb in Barreiro, but lost in the away game with 6-1 and were immediately eliminated.

Barreirense's major rival is G.D. Fabril, formerly Companhia União Fabril, with whom they have shared many seasons from the Primeira Liga all the way down to the Setúbal FA League.

Barreirense was known as a former of young players that developed impressive careers in the service of the biggest clubs and the Portuguese national team. In particular, S.L. Benfica take a lot of great talent from Barreirense.[citation needed]

HonoursEdit

EuropeEdit

1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup - 1st Round
Date Home Result Away City
16/09/1970   FC Barreirense 2–0   NK Dinamo Zagreb Barreiro
30/09/1970   NK Dinamo Zagreb 6–1   FC Barreirense Zagreb

Current squadEdit

As of 18 April 2017

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   POR Gonçalo Carvalho
1 GK   POR Francisco Pardana
2 DF   POR Luís Pedro
3 DF   POR Alain Pilar
4 DF   POR Rúben Casimiro
5 FW   POR Luís Costa
6 MF   POR Crisanto Silva
7 FW   POR Bruno Severino
8 MF   POR Gonçalo Rufio
9 FW   POR Luther King
10 MF   POR David Pinto
11 FW   POR Fred Correia
13 DF   POR Carlos André
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 DF   POR Janita
16 DF   POR Ricardo Bulhão
17 MF   POR Lucas Duarte
18 FW   POR Nélson Torres
19 DF   POR Fábio Delgado
19 FW   BRA Altaír Júnior
20 MF   POR Zé Maria
21 MF   POR Alexandre Rita
23 MF   POR Gonçalo Cruz
23 FW   POR Carlitos Correia
24 GK   POR Tiago Jorge
24 GK   POR Kaká Soares
FW   POR Rúben Guerreiro

BasketballEdit

Basketball started to be played at the club from 1927 onwards and over the years, Barreirense has always remained at the top of the Portuguese national basketball. They won two national championships, six cups and participated in the European Clubs Championship twice. On the first occasion, Barreirense played against Real Madrid CF. The game was the first game in a European competition for a Portuguese club and was the first basketball match to be broadcast live on Portuguese television. Barreirense, however, never won a match during their European campaigns.

Barreirense has won the national Under-20 and Under-16 championships several times, in addition to participating in several Final Four's.

HonoursEdit

- Champion:

  • 2 Portuguese Championships (1956/1957; 1957/1958)
  • 6 Portuguese Cups (1956/1957; 1959/1960; 1962/1963; 1981/1982; 1983/1984; 1984/1985)
  • 10 Portuguese Championships Under-20 (1953/1954; 1955/1956; 1956/1957; 1965/1966; 1974/1975; 1976/1977; 2001/2002; 2005/2006; 2006/2007; 2008/2009)
  • 6 Portuguese Championships Under-18 (2000/2001; 2002/2003; 2003/2004; 2004/2005; 2005/2006; 2007/2008)
  • 10 Portuguese Championships Under-16 (1975/1976; 1994/1995; 1997/1998; 1998/1999; 2001/2002; 2002/2003; 2003/2004; 2004/2005; 2007/2008)

- Overall Ranking Portuguese Championships (Top 5)

- Portuguese Championships Top 5:

- Portuguese Championships Top 3 (Under-20 and Under-18):

- Portuguese Championships Top 3 (Under-16):

EuropeEdit

Date Home Result Away City
12/03/1958   FC Barreirense 51-68   Real Madrid CF Barreiro
20/04/1958   Real Madrid CF 86-40   FC Barreirense Madrid
??/??/1958   Étoile de Charleville 77-40   FC Barreirense Charleville-Mézières
22/11/1958   FC Barreirense 27-63   Étoile de Charleville Barreiro

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Before the 1938–39 season, the Portuguese Cup was called the Campeonato de Portugal (Championship of Portugal) and the winner was considered the Portuguese national champion.

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