2014–15 Primeira Liga

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Primeira Liga
Season2014–15
Champions Benfica
34th title
Relegated Gil Vicente
Penafiel
Champions League Benfica
Porto
Sporting CP
Europa League Braga
Vitória de Guimarães
Belenenses
Matches played306
Goals scored763 (2.49 per match)
Best Player Jonas [1]
Top goalscorer Jackson Martínez
(21 goals) [2]
Best goalkeeper Júlio César [1]
Biggest home win Benfica 6–0 Estoril
(28 February 2015)
Biggest away win V. Setúbal 0–5 Benfica
(12 September 2014)
Arouca 0–5 Porto
(25 October 2014)
Penafiel 1–6 Braga
(29 November 2014)
Gil Vicente 0–5 Benfica
(2 May 2015)
Highest scoring Penafiel 1–6 Braga
(29 November 2014)
Longest winning run9 games
Benfica
Longest unbeaten run16 games
Porto
Longest winless run15 games
Gil Vicente
Académica
Longest losing run5 games
Penafiel
Estoril
Highest attendance63,534 [3]
Benfica 0–0 Porto
(26 April 2015)
Lowest attendance430 [3]
Arouca 1–3 Paços de Ferreira
(26 April 2015)
Total attendance3,091,276 [4]
Average attendance10,102 [4]
2015–16

The 2014–15 Primeira Liga (also known as Liga NOS for sponsorship reasons) was the 81st season of the Primeira Liga, the top professional league for Portuguese association football clubs. It began on 15 August 2014 and concluded on 23 May 2015. [5]

Contents

On 17 May 2015, Benfica won their second consecutive and 34th overall title.

Events

The league was scaled up to 18 teams, after the Court's rule to nullify Boavista's relegation from the Primeira Liga in the 2007–08 season. Boavista has been invited back in the Primeira Liga, after the club won a legal battle that eventually deemed their forced relegation five years ago unlawful. The club therefore went straight from the third level to the top league. [6] [7]

The league was named Liga ZON Sagres until 2013–14 after the sponsorship agreement between Sagres, ZON (now NOS) and the league ended. The league is named Liga NOS since 5 February 2015.

Teams

Stadia and locations

Portugal Madeira location map.svg
Location of teams in Liga NOS 2014–15 (Madeira)
TeamHome CityStadiumCapacity2013–14 finish
Académica Coimbra Estádio Cidade de Coimbra 30,2108th
Arouca Arouca Estádio Municipal de Arouca 5,00012th
Belenenses Lisbon Estádio do Restelo 19,30014th
Benfica Lisbon Estádio da Luz 65,6421st
Boavista Porto Estádio do Bessa 28,263
Braga Braga Estádio Municipal de Braga 30,1549th
Estoril Estoril Estádio António Coimbra da Mota 8,0004th
Gil Vicente Barcelos Estádio Cidade de Barcelos 12,50413th
Marítimo Funchal Estádio dos Barreiros 7,0006th
Moreirense Moreira de Cónegos Parque de Jogos Comendador Joaquim de Almeida Freitas 6,100
Nacional Funchal Estádio da Madeira 5,1425th
Paços de Ferreira Paços de Ferreira Estádio Capital do Móvel 5,25015th and
Play-off Winner
Penafiel Penafiel Estádio Municipal 25 de Abril 7,000
Porto Porto Estádio do Dragão 52,0023rd
Rio Ave Vila do Conde Estádio dos Arcos 12,82011th
Sporting CP Lisbon Estádio José Alvalade 52,4662nd
Vitória de Guimarães Guimarães Estádio D. Afonso Henriques 30,14610th
Vitória de Setúbal Setúbal Estádio do Bonfim 18,6927th

Personnel and sponsors

TeamHead managerManufacturerSponsors
Académica Flag of Portugal.svg José Viterbo Nike EFAPEL
Arouca Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Emanuel Macron Banco BIC
Belenenses Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Simão Lacatoni
Benfica Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Jesus Adidas MEO (home)
Moche (away)
Boavista Flag of Portugal.svg Petit Erreà Mestre da Cor
Braga Flag of Portugal.svg Sérgio Conceição MacronBanco BIC
Estoril Flag of Portugal.svg Hugo Leal
Flag of Brazil.svg Fabiano
Hummel Banco BIC
Gil Vicente Flag of Portugal.svg José Mota MacronBarcelos
Marítimo Flag of Portugal.svg Ivo Vieira Lacatoni BANIF
Moreirense Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Leal cdt
Nacional Flag of Portugal.svg Manuel Machado HummelBANIF
Paços de Ferreira Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Fonseca LacatoniBanco BIC
Penafiel Flag of Portugal.svg Carlos Brito DesportreinoBanco BIC
Porto Flag of Spain.svg Julen Lopetegui Warrior MEO (home)
Moche (away)
Rio Ave Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Martins Lacatoni
Sporting CP Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva MacronMEO (home)
Moche (away)
Vitória de Guimarães Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Vitória NikeBanco BIC
Vitória de Setúbal Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Ribeiro Hummel KIA

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Marítimo Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Martins Resigned11 May 2014 [8] [9] Pre-season Flag of Portugal.svg Leonel Pontes 8 May 2014 [10]
Porto Flag of Portugal.svg Luís Castro Contract expired11 May 2014 [11] Flag of Spain.svg Julen Lopetegui 6 May 2014 [12]
Braga Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Paixão Contract expired11 May 2014 [13] Flag of Portugal.svg Sérgio Conceição 26 May 2014 [14]
Estoril Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva Resigned12 May 2014 [15] Flag of Portugal.svg José Couceiro 24 May 2014 [16]
Vitória de Setúbal Flag of Portugal.svg José Couceiro Mutual agreement15 May 2014 [17] Flag of Portugal.svg Domingos Paciência 22 May 2014 [18]
Moreirense Flag of Portugal.svg Toni Conceição Mutual agreement15 May 2014 [19] Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Leal 16 May 2014 [20]
Penafiel Flag of Portugal.svg Miguel Leal Signed by Moreirense 16 May 2014 [20] Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Chéu 16 May 2014 [21]
Rio Ave Flag of Portugal.svg Nuno Espírito Santo Resigned19 May 2014 [22] Flag of Portugal.svg Pedro Martins 22 May 2014 [23]
Sporting CP Flag of Portugal.svg Leonardo Jardim Signed by Monaco 21 May 2014 [24] Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Silva 21 May 2014 [25]
Académica Flag of Portugal.svg Sérgio Conceição Signed by Braga 26 May 2014 [14] Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Sérgio 31 May 2014 [26]
Gil Vicente Flag of Portugal.svg João de Deus Mutual agreement31 August 2014 [27] 17th Flag of Portugal.svg José Mota 2 September 2014
Penafiel Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Chéu Mutual agreement16 September 201418th Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Quinta 16 September 2014
Vitória de Setúbal Flag of Portugal.svg Domingos Paciência Mutual agreement19 January 2015 [28] 15th Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Ribeiro 20 January 2015 [29]
Académica Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Sérgio Resigned17 February 201517th Flag of Portugal.svg José Viterbo 18 February 2015
Estoril Flag of Portugal.svg José Couceiro Resigned3 March 201512th Flag of Portugal.svg Hugo Leal
Flag of Brazil.svg Fabiano
3 March 2015
Marítimo Flag of Portugal.svg Leonel Pontes Resigned3 March 201511th Flag of Portugal.svg Ivo Vieira 4 March 2015
Penafiel Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Quinta Mutual agreement16 March 2015 [30] 18th Flag of Portugal.svg Carlos Brito 19 March 2015
Belenenses Flag of Angola.svg Lito Vidigal Resigned17 March 20157th Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Simão 20 March 2015

Season summary

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1 Benfica (C)3427438616+7085Qualification to Champions League group stage
2 Porto 3425727413+6182
3 Sporting CP 34221026729+3876Qualification to Champions League play-off round
4 Braga 34177105528+2758Qualification to Europa League group stage [lower-alpha 1]
5 Vitória de Guimarães 34151095035+1555Qualification to Europa League third qualifying round
6 Belenenses 341212103435148
7 Nacional 34138134546147
8 Paços de Ferreira 341211114045547
9 Marítimo 34128144645+144
10 Rio Ave 341013113842443
11 Moreirense 341110133342943
12 Estoril 349131238561840
13 Boavista 34971827502334
14 Vitória de Setúbal 34781924563229
15 Académica 344171326462029
16 Arouca 34772026502428
17 Gil Vicente (R)344111925603523Relegation to LigaPro
18 Penafiel (R)34572229694022
Source: LPFP
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) points in matches between tied teams; 3) goal difference in matches between tied teams; 4) away goals in matches between tied teams; 5) goal difference; 6) wins; 7) goals scored. The LPFP decided that only criteria 1, 5, 6 and 7 would be applied to establish the classification during the competition. [31] Qualification for the 2015–16 Europa League has changed: [32] the best-placed non-qualified domestic championship club will enter the UEFA Europa League from the 2015–16 season, rather than the domestic cup runners-up, should the domestic cup winners also qualify for the UEFA Champions League via the final championship standings.
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Since Sporting CP won the 2014–15 Taça de Portugal, the spot awarded to the cup winner (Europa League group stage) was passed to the fourth-placed team and the spot originally meant for the fourth-placed team (Europa League third qualifying round) was given to the sixth-placed team.

Positions by round

Team ╲ Round12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334
Benfica 4453111111111111111111111111111111
Porto 5534322223322222222222222222222222
Sporting CP 11788674468645543333333333333333333
Braga 1646847675454355555444444444444444
Vitória de Guimarães 3222253332233434444555555555555555
Belenenses 2367589854567778667666666866667776
Nacional 121411141316161113151412131314131212129998899999891097
Paços de Ferreira 161512111098746776687978787777677776668
Marítimo 1510757359101091010111010111110111010111011111010101010989
Rio Ave 611146658788886679687899878889881010
Moreirense 781091214121099109999981011121111101110101111111111111111
Estoril 101315121115151611121111111011111089101212121212121312121212121212
Boavista 18171815151214141613131412121212131313131313131314131213131313131313
Vitória de Setúbal 179913141110121411121314161315151414141415161615151515161616161514
Académica 8111316161311131214161616171616161616161716151413141414141414141415
Arouca 912141091013151516151517141514141515151614141516161616151515151616
Gil Vicente 13161617181818181818171818181818181818171517171717171717171717171717
Penafiel 14181718171717171717181715151717171717181818181818181818181818181818
Leader
2015–16 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2015–16 UEFA Champions League Play-off round
2015–16 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round
Relegation to 2015–16 Segunda Liga
Source: [ citation needed ]

Results

Home \ Away ACA ARO BEL BEN BOA BRA EST GVI MAR MOR NAC PAÇ PEN POR RAV SCP VGU VSE
Académica 1–11–10–20–01–12–21–21–10–02–12–21–10–30–01–12–41–1
Arouca 0–10–11–30–01–01–13–11–01–23–31–30–10–51–01–31–21–0
Belenenses 0–00–00–23–10–12–22–01–02–03–10–10–01–11–31–10–31–1
Benfica 5–14–03–03–02–06–01–04–13–13–12–04–00–01–01–13–03–0
Boavista 1–03–11–00–11–01–23–20–23–10–11–21–00–21–11–33–10–0
Braga 0–02–01–12–13–02–12–01–31–03–13–04–00–13–00–10–05–0
Estoril 1–21–01–22–32–00–21–11–11–12–11–03–32–21–51–11–01–0
Gil Vicente 1–11–10–20–51–10–21–11–20–10–01–02–11–50–00–41–31–1
Marítimo 2–11–11–20–44–02–10–01–21–21–12–12–01–04–00–14–01–1
Moreirense 0–21–00–11–31–00–01–12–01–12–32–00–00–21–11–42–13–1
Nacional 1–02–02–11–22–11–11–03–23–00–13–02–01–10–00–12–23–0
Paços de Ferreira 3–22–12–01–01–02–21–11–13–20–02–32–10–11–21–12–24–1
Penafiel 0–00–21–30–32–21–61–22–13–41–22–10–11–30–20–41–12–0
Porto 1–01–03–00–20–02–15–02–02–03–02–05–02–05–03–01–04–0
Rio Ave 3–01–20–02–14–00–22–10–00–01–11–10–03–21–30–11–12–0
Sporting CP 1–01–01–11–12–14–13–02–04–21–12–01–13–21–14–24–13–0
Vitória de Guimarães 4–01–00–10–03–01–02–02–21–02–14–01–13–01–10–03–00–1
Vitória de Setúbal 0–02–11–10–50–11–31–22–01–02–12–00–00–10–24–11–20–1
Source: LPFP (in Portuguese)
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

Top scorers

As of match played 23 May 2015 [2]
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Colombia.svg Jackson Martínez Porto21
2 Flag of Brazil.svg Jonas Benfica20
3 Flag of Brazil.svg Lima Benfica19
4 Flag of Portugal.svg Marco Matias Nacional17
5 Flag of Algeria.svg Islam Slimani Sporting CP12
Flag of Egypt.svg Ahmed Hassan Rio Ave
7 Flag of Colombia.svg Fredy Montero Sporting CP11
Flag of Portugal.svg André André Vitória de Guimarães
9 Flag of Portugal.svg Eder Braga10
Flag of Portugal.svg Bruno Moreira Paços de Ferreira

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Egypt.svg Ahmed Hassan Rio Ave Estoril 1–5 24 August 2014
Flag of Brazil.svg Talisca Benfica Vitória de Setúbal 0–5 12 September 2014
Flag of Portugal.svg André André Vitória de Guimarães Nacional 4–0 4 January 2015
Flag of Venezuela.svg Mario Rondón Nacional Arouca 3–3 8 February 2015
Flag of Spain.svg Cristian Tello Porto Sporting CP 3–0 1 March 2015

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