List of Sporting CP records and statistics

This List of Sporting CP records and statistics provides information about Sporting Clube de Portugal, which is a Portuguese sports club based in Lisbon. The club is particularly renowned for its football branch. With more than 100,000 registered club members,[1] Sporting CP is one of the most successful and popular sports clubs in Portugal. Its teams, athletes, and supporters are often nicknamed Os Leões (English: The Lions).

HonoursEdit

Domestic competitionsEdit

  • Winners (4): 1922–23, 1933–34, 1935–36, 1937–38
  • Runners-up (6): 1922, 1924–25, 1927–28, 1932–33, 1934–35, 1936–37

European competitionsEdit

  • Runners-up (1): 1949

Friendly competitionsEdit

  • Winners (1): 1961
  • Winners (2): 1967, 1970
  • Runners-up (1): 2005
  • Winners (1): 1969
  • International Tournament in Caracas [4]
  • Winners (1): 1981
  • Tournament of Bulgaria [5]
  • Winners (1): 1981
  • Tournament City San Sebastián [6]
  • Winners (1): 1991
  • Winners (1): 2001
  • Runners-up (1): 1977
  • Winners (3): 2005, 2006, 2008
  • Winners (1): 2006
  • Runners-up (1): 2008
  • Runners-up (1): 2010
  • Winners (1): 2010

PlayersEdit

Competitive, professional matches only. Players in bold are still active.

AppearancesEdit

Overall appearancessEdit

Rank Nationality Name Games Years
1   Hilário 494 1958–1973
2   Rui Patrício 464 2006–2018
3   Damas 456 1966–1976, 1984-1989
4   Manuel Fernandes 441 1975–1987
5   Azevedo 421 1935–1952
6   Oceano 405 1984–1991, 1994-1998
7   José Carlos 367 1962–1974
8   Manecas 366 1935–1951
9   Mourão 348 1928–1944
10   Vasques 348 1946–1959
11   Barbosa 342 1995–2005
11   Polga 342 2003–2012
13   Marinho Mateus 333 1967–1977
14   Peyroteo 327 1937–1949
15   Albano 322 1943–1956
16   Travassos 321 1946–1959
17   Beto 313 1990–2006
17    Liédson 313 2003–2011
19   Jordão 286 1977–1986
20   João Cruz 279 1936–1948
21   Nélson Fernandes 261 1969–1976
22   Moutinho 254 2004–2010
23   Martins 248 1947–1959
24   Rui Jorge 243 1998–2005
24   Adrien 243 2007–2010, 2012-2017
26   Figueiredo 239 1960–1968
26   Chico 239 1968–1976
28   João Lourenço 232 1964–1972
29   Sá Pinto 228 1994–1997, 2000-2006
30   Yordanov 226 1991–2001
31   Soeiro 219 1933–1945
32   Jesus Correia 208 1943–1953
Last update: 11 January 2018

GoalscorersEdit

Overall scorersEdit

Rank Nationality Name Games Goals Years
1   Peyroteo 334 544 1937–1949
2   Manuel Fernandes 441 260 1975–1987
3   Vasques 348 227 1946–1959
4   Soeiro 219 204 1933–1945
5   Jordão 286 186 1977–1986
6   Mourão 335 176 1928–1944
7    Liédson 313 172 2003–2011
8   João Martins 248 163 1947–1959
9   Albano 336 160 1943–1956
10   Jesus Correia 208 159 1943–1953
11   João Lourenço 232 150 1964–1972
12   Figueiredo 239 149 1960–1968
13   João Cruz 279 145 1936–1947
14   Héctor Yazalde 135 128 1971–1975
15   Travassos 321 126 1946–1959
16   Marinho Mateus 333 86 1967–1977
17   Nélson 261 85 1969–1976
18   Abrantes Mendes 127 82 1926–1939
19   Jorge Cadete 206 81 1987–1996
20   Yordanov 226 71 1991–2001
21   Bas Dost 85 69 2016–2019
22   Jardel 62 67 2001–2003
23   Chico Faria 239 63 1968–1976
24   Balakov 169 60 1991–1995
25   Sá Pinto 228 50 1994–1997, 2000-2006
Last update: 13 August 2018

Overall scorers (foreign players)Edit

Rank Nationality Name Games Goals Years
1    Liédson 313 172 2003–2011
2   Yazalde 135 128 1971–1975
3   Yordanov 226 71 1991–2001
4   Bas Dost 85 69 2016–2019
5   Jardel 62 67 2001–2003
6   Balakov 169 60 1991–1995
Last update: 13 August 2018

Team recordsEdit

MatchesEdit

  • First European match: Sporting 3 - 3 Partizan de Belgrado, Estádio Nacional, Jamor, 1955

Record winsEdit

  • Record League win: Sporting 14 - 0 Leça, 1941–42
  • Record Portuguese Cup win: Sporting 21 - 0 Mindelense, 1/8 Finals, 1970–71
  • Record League Cup win: Sporting 5 - 1 Paços de Ferreira, group stage, 2008–09
  • Record Record European win: Sporting 16 - 1 APOEL, 1963–64 (European Record)
  • Record Portuguese Supercup win: Sporting 6 - 1 Braga, away leg, 1981–82

League, Cup and Europe HistoryEdit

Recent SeasonsEdit

Season Division Pos P W D L GF GA Pts Cup League Cup Competition Result Competition Result Name Goals
League European competitions Other competitions Top scorer(s)

[n 1]

2009–10 Primeira Liga 4th 30 13 9 8 42 26 48 QF SF

Liédson 13
2010–11 Primeira Liga 3rd 30 13 9 8 41 31 48 R16 SF Europa League R32 Yannick Djaló
Hélder Postiga
6
2011–12 Primeira Liga 4th 30 18 5 7 47 26 59 RU R3 (GS2) Europa League SF R. van Wolfswinkel 14
2012–13 Primeira Liga 7th 30 11 9 10 36 36 42 R64 R3 (GS2) Europa League GS R. van Wolfswinkel 14
2013–14 Primeira Liga 2nd 30 20 7 3 54 20 67 R32 R3 (GS2) Fredy Montero 13
2014–15 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 22 10 2 67 29 76 W R3 (GS2)

Islam Slimani 12
2015–16 Primeira Liga 2nd 34 27 5 2 79 21 86 R16 R3 (GS)

Supertaça W Islam Slimani 27
2016–17 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 21 7 6 68 36 70 QF R3 (GS) Champions League GS Bas Dost 34
2017–18 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 24 6 4 63 24 78 RU W

Bas Dost 27
2018–19 Primeira Liga 3rd 34 23 5 6 72 33 74 W W Europa League R32 Bruno Fernandes 20

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Only goals scored in the regional championship or Primeira Liga are considered.

ReferencesEdit