Sertanense F.C.

Sertanense Futebol Clube (Portuguese pronunciation: [sɨɾtɐˈnẽsɨ]), formerly Sertanense Foot-ball Club, is a Portuguese football club based in Sertã. Founded in 1934, it currently plays in the Campeonato de Portugal, holding home games at Campo de Jogos Dr. Marques dos Santos.

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Full nameSertanense Futebol Clube
FoundedFebruary 17, 1934
GroundDr. Marques dos Santos,
Sertã, Portugal
Capacity4,500
ChairmanPaulo Farinha
ManagerGonçalo Monteiro
LeagueCampeonato de Portugal
2015–16Relegation groups, Serie F, 4th
WebsiteClub website

HistoryEdit

The largest sports club of Sertã, in the Castelo Branco district, Sertanense was founded by Casimiro Farinha on February 17, 1934, eventually resorting exclusively to football, after devoting most of its energy to sport fishing, collecting some national trophies.

Twice district champion, in 1998 and 2000, it first reached the third level of national football in 2009. That summer, former Portugal U-20 goalkeeper José Bizarro – winner of the 1989 FIFA World Youth Championship – took charge of the team. In that and the previous season's domestic cup, the club faced first division club FC Porto, being ousted 0–4 on both occasions (one at home).

 
Scarf commemorating a match between FC Porto and Sertanense for the Portuguese Cup in 2008, at Dr. Marques dos Santos

Current squadEdit

As of 12 April 2020

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   BRA Raví
4 DF   POR Pedro Machado
5 DF   GUI Mohamed Kaba
8 MF   CPV Kelvin Medina
9 MF   GNB Grinood Costa
10 MF   POR Mauro Santos
12 GK   BRA Michel Oliveira
13 FW   CPV Samir
14 MF   POR André Romão
No. Pos. Nation Player
15 MF   POR Sérgio Oulu
16 GK   POR Paulo Solgado
17 FW   ANG Angola
20 MF   POR Sandro Fernando
23 DF   CPV Danilson Ribeira
26 DF   POR Rúben Freire
30 DF   POR André Ferreira
45 DF   POR Tito Júnior

AppearancesEdit

  • Tier 3, Segunda Divisão: 3 (highest rank: 5th)
  • Tier 4, Terceira Divisão: 18 (1 title)
  • Taça de Portugal: 21

Season to seasonEdit

Season Level Division Section Place Movements
2000–01 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 11th
2001–02 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 2nd Promoted
2002–03 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão 17th Relegated
2003–04 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 14th
2004–05 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 12th
2005–06 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 10th
2006–07 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 4th
2007–08 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão 3rd Promoted
2008–09 Terceira Divisão 1st Promoted
2010–11 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Série Sul

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HonoursEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Portugal – Table of Honor – soccerlibrary.free.fr" (PDF). Soccer Library. Retrieved 2012-06-19.
  2. ^ "Competitions – Portugal – footballzz.co.uk". ZeroZero. Retrieved 2012-06-11.
  3. ^ "Competitions - ForaDeJogo - foradejogo.net". ForaDeJogo. Retrieved 2012-06-19.
  4. ^ "AF Aveiro – Futebol Total". Futebol Total.

External linksEdit