Atlético Petróleos de Luanda

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Atlético Petróleos de Luanda, best known as Petro Atlético de Luanda, or simply Petro Atlético or Petro de Luanda, is a traditional football club from Luanda, Angola, founded in 1980. The club won its first title, the Angolan League, in 1982 and is the most successful team in the country.

Petro de Luanda
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Full nameAtlético Petróleos de Luanda
Nickname(s)
  • Os Tricolores
  • Os Petrolíferos
Founded14 January 1980
GroundEstádio 11 de Novembro
Luanda, Angola
Capacity48,500
PresidentTomás Faria
ManagerToni Cosano
LeagueFirst Division
2018–192nd
WebsiteClub website
Current season

In its initial days, the club was known as Petroclube.

Four players from Petro Atlético represented Angola at their first World Cup in 2006: Lebo Lebo, Lamá, Zé Kalanga and Delgado.

The club has also a basketball team. Many basketball players of the team, participated with Angola national basketball team in the Olympics 2008.

AchievementsEdit

1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2008, 2009
1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2012, 2013, 2017
1987, 1988, 1993, 1994, 2002, 2013
Lito
J.?
Jesus
Abreu
Meco
Dedé
Melanchton
Cuba
Moreno
Franco
Panzo
 First lineup in Girabola

Recent seasonsEdit

Petro de Luanda's season-by-season performance since 2001:
As of 2 September 2018

  • PR = Preliminary round, R1 = First round, GS = Group stage, R32 = Round of 32, R16 = Round of 16, QF = Quarter-finals, SF = Semi-finals, RU = Runner-Up, W = Winner

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

1998 – Second Round
2001 – Semi-Finals
2002 – First Round
2004 – Third Round
2007 – First Round
2009 – First Round
2010 – Second Round
1983: Second Round
1985: First Round
1987: First Round
1988: Second Round
1989: First Round
1990: First Round
1991: Second Round
1994: First Round
1995: First Round
2004 – Group Stage
2006 – Group Stage
2008 – First Round
2010 – Second Round of 16
2013 – First Round
2014 – Second Round of 16
2015 –
1997 – Finalist
1992 – First Round
1993 – Second Round
1999 – First Round
2003 – First Round
 
 1980–2016

Players and staffEdit

PlayersEdit

SquadEdit

As of March 2019

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

No. Position Player
2   DF Picas
3   DF Ary
4   DF Musah
6   MF Megue
7   MF Diógenes
8   MF Dany
9   FW Jacques
10   MF Manguxi
11   MF Job (c)
12   GK Elber
13   DF Carneiro
15   DF Wilson
16   MF Benvindo
No. Position Player
17   MF Mensah
18   MF Herenilson
19   MF Tony
20   MF Além
21   MF Caranga
22   GK Gerson
23   MF Nari
25   DF Eddie
27   MF Bugos
28   FW Yano
29   DF Danilson
30   GK Augusto
33   FW Gladilson

StaffEdit

Name Nationality Position(s)
Technical staff
Toni Cosano   Head Coach
Flávio Amado   Assistant Coach
João Ndoce   Assistant Coach
Medical
Nelson Bolivar   Physician
Maurício Marques   Physio
Ramiro José   Masseur
Management
Tomás Faria   Chairman
Chico Afonso   Vice-Chairman
Renato Campos   Head of Foot Dept

Manager historyEdit

Chairman historyEdit

  • Tomás Faria – 2014–present
  • Mateus de Brito 2012–2014
  • Cardoso Pereira – 2008–2011
  • Paulo Gouveia Júnior – 2004–2007
  • Silva Neto – 1999–2003
  • Botelho de Vasconcelos1990–1999

Other SportsEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit