S.U. 1º de Dezembro

Sociedade União 1º de Dezembro is a sports club from Sintra, Portugal. The football section of the club was founded on 6 April 1938, the women's football section in 1995.[1] The men's football team plays in the Campeonato de Portugal. The women's football team plays in the national top league, the Campeonato Nacional and have dominated till the second decade of XXI century. After the first championship title in 1999-2000, the team won every season from the 2001-02 season onwards for eleven championships in a row. With their twelfth title in 2012 they are Portugal's record champion. In the end of 2013-2014, the women football team ended due to economic issues [2].

S.U. 1º Dezembro
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Full nameSociedade União 1° de Dezembro
Nickname(s)Guerreiros de Sintra (Sintra Warriors)
Vermelho-e-Brancos (Red and White)
Founded2 December 1880; 139 years ago (1880-12-02)
GroundCampo Conde Sucena
Capacity1,000
PresidentPortugal Rodrigo Miranda
ManagerPortugal Diogo Miranda
LeagueCampeonato de Portugal
2015–16Promotion Group South, 6th
WebsiteClub website

In the UEFA Women's Cup they have not gone past the 1st qualification round. In the 2009–10 and 2010–11 Women's Champions League they competed in the qualifying round.

Current squad (men)Edit

As of 22 January 2018

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Sandro Gomes
2   DF Gustavo Benjumea
3   DF Duarte Coelho
5   DF João Lima
6   MF João Guilherme
7   MF Bruno Mendes
8   DF Oumar Fary
9   MF Martim Águas
10   FW Ruizinho
11   FW Jhoan Payan
12   GK Tiago Mota
No. Position Player
14   MF Alexandre Sousa
15   DF Jerson Zarama
17   FW Janú Silva
18   DF Pedro Amador
20   MF Pedro Rosário
21   FW Gonçalo Agrelos
22   FW Manuel Liz
27   DF Alvaro Hungria
28   MF Leonel Filipe
30   MF Simo Mbhele
48   DF Hugo Pina

TitlesEdit

Record in UEFA competitionsEdit

Season Competition Stage Result Opponent Scorers
2002–03
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
2–1
2–0
0–3
  Innsbrucker
  Kilmarnock
  CSK VVS Samara
Fernandes 2
Couto, Fernandes
0
2003–04
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
0–4
2–5
0–1
  Frankfurt
  Athletic Bilbao
  Neulengbach
0
Brunheira, Couto
0
2004–05
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
1–3
1–1
0–1
  Neulengbach
  UCD
  Montpellier
Brancão
Couto
0
2005–06
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
3–0
7–0
0–1
  Cardiff City
  Glentoran
  Montpellier
Fernandes, Oliveira, Pinto
Carneiro 2, Pinto 2, Fernandes, Martins, Oliveira
0
2006–07
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
0–4
7–1
0–3
  Breiðablik
  Newtownabbey Strikers
  Neulengbach
0
Pinto 5, Fernandes 2
0
2007–08
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
7–0
2–0
0–1
  Osijek
  Cardiff City
  Rapide Wezemaal
Fernandes 2, Brunheira, Caleja, Couto, Lourido, Pinto
Caleja, Couto
0
2008–09
0
0
Women's Cup
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
7–1
1–1
0–4
  Vamos Idaliou
  Krka Novo Mesto
  SV Neulengbach
Couto 4, Gouveia, Pinto, D. Silva
Carvalhas
0
2009–10
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
10–0
3–0
0–1
  Birkirkara
  Cardiff City
  Brøndby
Fernandes 2, D. Silva 2, Couto, Galvão, Matias, Pinto, A. Silva + 1 o.g.
0
0
2010–11
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
1–4
4–1
1–4
  St. Francis
  Osijek
  Rossiyanka
Cristina
Cristina 2, Matos, Mendes
Cristina
2011–12
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
1–1
4–0
1–4
  ASA Tel Aviv
  Liepājas Metalurgs
  MTK Hungaria
Carvalhas
Alves, Caleja, Couto, Matos
0
2012–13
0
0
Champions League
0
0
Preliminary stage
0
0
4–0
1–0
1–4
  Glentoran
  Birkirkara
  Olimpia Cluj
Fontes, Galvão, A. Silva, Ventura
A. Silva
A. Silva

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mensagem Do Presidente Archived 4 November 2013 at the Wayback Machine, Sociedade União 1º Dezembro
  2. ^ The end of women's team accessed by 14 March 2019