2016–17 Campeonato de Portugal

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Campeonato de Portugal
Season2016–17
Promoted Oliveirense
Real
Relegated Caniçal
Torre de Moncorvo
Limianos
Ponte da Barca
Pampilhosa
Académica – SF
Estarreja
Moimenta da Beira
Gafetense
Ginásio de Alcobaça
Vitória de Sernache
Naval 1º de Maio
Fabril do Barreiro
S.C. Viana do Alentejo
Atlético da Malveira
Barreirense
Carapinheirense
Angrense
Mineiro Aljustrelense
Atlético CP
Tourizense
Gouveia
2017–18

The 2016–17 Campeonato de Portugal (also known as Campeonato de Portugal Prio, for sponsorship reasons) was the fourth season of Portuguese football's renovated third-tier league, since the merging of the Segunda Divisão and Terceira Divisão in 2013, and the second season under the current Campeonato de Portugal title. A total of 80 teams compete in this division, which began on 20 August 2016 and ended on 18 June 2017.

Contents

Format

The competition format consists of two stages. In the first stage, the 80 clubs were divided in eight series of 10 teams, according to geographic criteria. The only exceptions were teams from Madeira, which were placed in the first series, and teams from the Azores, which were distributed through the latter series. In each series, teams play against each other in a home-and-away double round-robin system.

In the second stage, the two best-placed teams from each first-stage series were divided in two groups of eight teams, again according to geographic proximity, with home-and-away matches. The two group winners secured promotion to the LigaPro. To determine the overall division champion, the group winners contested a one-off grand final on a neutral ground.

On 15 March 2016, the LPFP announced that four teams (instead of three) would be relegated to the 2017–18 Campeonato de Portugal, and two teams (instead of three) would be promoted directly from the Campeonato de Portugal to reduce the number of LigaPro teams to 20 for the 2017–18 season. There would also be a two-legged promotion/relegation play-off involving the 17th- and 18th-placed teams of 2016–17 LigaPro and both second-placed teams of the Campeonato de Portugal promotion groups (North and South). [1]

The remaining eight clubs from each first-stage series were divided into eight groups of eight teams, with home-and-away matches, but there was a reshuffle so that teams from Series A, C, E and G ending the first stage from seventh to tenth were placed in the second stage's Series B, D, F and H and vice versa. Each teams only conserved 25% of first-stage points. The bottom-two teams from each group were relegated to the District Championships. The sixth-placed teams were paired into four two-legged play-out ties, with the four winners being paired into two further two-legged play-out ties. All six play-out losers were also relegated. [2]

Teams

Relegated from the 2015–16 LigaPro:

From the 2015–16 Campeonato de Portugal:

Promoted from the 2015–16 District Championships:

First stage

Serie A

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification MER ADO VIL BRA MON TOR MIR PED LIM PBA
1 Merelinense 1814313910+2945Qualification to promotion groups 3–10–03–01–02–02–14–12–05–0
2 AD Oliveirense 1812243824+14381–31–01–42–03–02–14–03–12–1
3 Vilaverdense 1812243815+2338Qualification to relegation groups 1–11–24–15–12–00–20–15–22–1
4 Bragança 1811163829+9342–14–30–32–02–11–12–06–14–0
5 Montalegre 1856723307212–44–42–12–11–21–12–10–02–0
6 Torcatense 18639182810210–20–31–43–12–13–12–30–02–1
7 Mirandela 1846817247181–30–00–11–21–11–03–11–01–0
8 Pedras Salgadas 185211193213170–21–20–12–30–01–12–10–14–2
9 Limianos 182511163418110–01–31–31–21–20–12–22–00–1
10 Ponte da Barca 182412143420100–10–11–22–12–20–00–00–23–3
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie B

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification AMA MAR FEL ALI TRO SMA CAM CAN PED TMO
1 Amarante 181251339+2441Qualification to promotion groups 2–00–01–03–01–01–04–12–05–0
2 Marítimo B 1810532916+13352–03–01–01–11–01–02–11–08–0
3 Felgueiras 1932 1810533012+1835Qualification to relegation groups 0–11–12–02–02–13–17–11–14–0
4 Aliança de Gandra 1810263023+7322–42–10–23–02–05–33–12–14–1
5 Trofense 188553521+14290–05–01–14–13–20–02–01–14–0
6 São Martinho 187472520+5251–12–31–00–04–22–12–02–15–0
7 Camacha 1854923230191–10–01–20–12–11–20–13–25–0
8 Caniçal 184410143016160–01–10–10–21–21–00–00–13–1
9 Pedras Rubras 1836922264152–30–00–01–20–41–11–21–16–1
10 Torre de Moncorvo 1802166676120–41–30–21–10–50–00–31–20–3
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie C

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification OLI SAL SAN COI CIN SOU GON EST CES MOI
1 Oliveirense 1810442620+634Qualification to promotion groups 1–00–22–11–02–05–12–51–12–0
2 Salgueiros 1810442510+15341–23–02–01–03–20–02–21–03–0
3 Sanjoanense 1810262722+532Qualification to relegation groups 0–20–01–11–02–12–13–03–14–2
4 Coimbrões 188642220+2300–01–02–11–02–11–14–32–21–0
5 Cinfães 1882816182262–10–02–11–01–32–11–11–00–1
6 Sousense 1873828291241–21–02–12–31–22–13–11–01–1
7 Gondomar 1856721221215–11–34–00–01–01–10–31–00–0
8 Estarreja 1846828313180–00–11–33–12–01–21–31–22–2
9 Cesarense 1845917225171–10–10–11–11–24–21–01–12–1
10 Moimenta da Beira 182610122816120–10–40–20–11–22–20–01–11–0
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie D

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification GAF LVI ANA MOR RAG GOU TOU ADN PAM AAC
1 Gafanha 1811522815+1338Qualification to promotion groups 1–11–23–21–12–11–24–11–01–0
2 Lusitano de Vildemoinhos 1810443620+16342–30–00–21–22–03–23–22–05–0
3 Anadia 189633316+1733Qualification to relegation groups 0–11–11–06–11–11–03–25–12–2
4 Mortágua 188733718+19310–13–20–00–03–14–24–02–22–0
5 Recreio de Águeda 188462824+4280–20–01–32–21–01–03–01–24–2
6 Gouveia 1864823252221–10–12–10–00–43–01–03–04–0
7 Tourizense 1863928313211–12–52–11–13–13–40–02–04–0
8 AD Nogueirense 1847716259190–01–31–11–11–03–12–01–00–0
9 Pampilhosa 184212153520141–31–30–11–40–33–13–20–00–1
10 Académica – SF 1814138393170–10–20–41–31–30–00–21–10–1
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie E

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification FAT OPE LEI SER BCB IDE OLE CAR VSE NAV
1 Fátima 1813234219+2341Qualification to promotion groups 1–01–02–11–05–13–22–02–28–0
2 Operário 1811253818+20351–30–10–12–22–13–07–13–04–1
3 União de Leiria 1811253212+2035Qualification to relegation groups 0–30–12–31–11–03–02–01–06–0
4 Sertanense 1810352815+13330–11–31–10–05–12–13–02–03–0
5 Benfica e Castelo Branco 189543916+23322–11–21–20–14–01–03–05–25–0
6 Sporting Ideal 1810263125+6323–11–00–11–01–11–14–13–15–1
7 Oleiros 18369203313150–21–10–40–10–00–12–12–15–3
8 Carapinheirense 184311223715154–01–21–01–10–30–32–20–25–0
9 Vitória de Sernache 183510183113142–21–20–11–00–11–21–11–12–0
10 Naval 1º de Maio 18021615796421–41–50–61–33–70–33–30–41–1
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head–to–head points, 3) Head–to–head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie F

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification PRA TOR MAF ALC CAL VIL GAF LUS ANG GAL
1 Praiense 1812602911+1842Qualification to promotion groups 0–02–13–22–13–11–02–02–03–1
2 Torreense 181242269+17400–01–02–11–01–13–02–04–12–0
3 Mafra 181233359+2639Qualification to relegation groups 0–03–02–12–11–13–03–03–04–0
4 Alcanenense 188552918+11290–02–11–20–00–04–14–20–02–0
5 Caldas 188372215+7271–10–20–12–02–13–13–02–02–0
6 Vilafranquense 185761916+3220–20–10–01–10–01–04–22–04–0
7 Gafetense 186111173215192–40–11–00–12–11–01–32–13–1
8 Lusitânia 185310183012180–11–10–30–31–00–03–03–10–0
9 Angrense 18221412362481–20–20–30–30–12–11–11–31–2
10 Ginásio de Alcobaça 18221411423181–10–21–42–41–30–21–21–00–3
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head–to–head points, 3) Head–to–head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie G

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification SAC REA SIN CPI LOU ORI DEZ BAR MAL ACP
1 Sacavenense 181242266+2040Qualification to promotion groups 0–12–11–02–00–03–11–03–05–0
2 Real 1812332510+15392–11–02–01–21–01–10–21–13–0
3 Sintrense 1812243516+1938Qualification to relegation groups 0–10–21–11–02–11–03–15–16–0
4 Casa Pia 189543213+19320–10–02–23–02–13–20–05–08–0
5 Loures 189451714+3311–10–10–11–02–11–01–11–01–0
6 Oriental 186662617+9240–03–20–20–21–10–01–01–16–1
7 1º de Dezembro 186571615+1230–00–10–11–10–20–01–02–01–0
8 Barreirense 18261012219120–30–11–30–10–00–10–12–23–0
9 Atlético da Malveira 18151216382280–10–12–31–21–21–21–31–13–2
10 Atlético CP 1802166615520–10–41–30–20–20–80–31–11–1
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head–to–head points, 3) Head–to–head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Serie H

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification FAR LOU LUS MOU PIN ALM ALJ ARM SVA FAB
1 Farense 181233317+2439Qualification to promotion groups 1–01–11–00–10–12–01–05–01–0
2 Louletano 1811523116+15381–14–21–01–12–01–02–12–11–1
3 Lusitano VRSA 189453123+831Qualification to relegation groups 0–30–12–22–04–34–02–01–01–0
4 Moura 187652018+2270–01–21–20–01–02–10–11–13–2
5 Pinhalnovense 187652120+1271–01–02–50–01–11–11–01–22–3
6 Almancilense 1863925294211–62–31–00–11–23–10–13–02–2
7 Mineiro Aljustrelense 1856723307210–12–21–02–31–01–15–21–12–2
8 Armacenenses 184212203414140–20–30–11–21–31–34–41–14–0
9 Sporting de Viana do Alentejo 18288243612141–41–13–31–12–21–21–20–27–3
10 Fabril do Barreiro 183510223816140–21–41–11–20–12–10–23–11–1
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head–to–head points, 3) Head–to–head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored

Second stage

Promotion groups

North zone

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or qualification OLI MER SAL MAR LVI AMA ADO GAF
1 Oliveirense (P)14833159+627Promotion to 2017–18 LigaPro 2–10–11–02–02–13–11–0
2 Merelinense 147432114+725Qualification to promotion play-off 1–02–03–22–11–11–12–1
3 Salgueiros 147431610+6251–11–00–12–02–23–20–0
4 Marítimo B 147162015+5221–10–22–10–12–15–12–0
5 Lusitano de Vildemoinhos 1453613130180–02–20–11–03–03–02–1
6 Amarante 144551817+1170–11–10–02–02–01–21–1
7 AD Oliveirense 14329173215110–11–30–31–30–01–33–2
8 Gafanha 14329112110112–01–00–10–21–01–31–4
Source: Footballzz.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(P) Promoted.

South zone

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or qualification REA PRA FAR FAT SAC TOR LOU OPE
1 Real (P)147431811+725Promotion to 2017–18 LigaPro 1–11–00–12–10–02–01–0
2 Praiense 147341614+224Qualification to promotion play-off 2–12–20–11–01–01–02–0
3 Farense 146532315+8232–13–13–10–00–12–14–1
4 Fátima 147251916+3231–22–10–22–12–31–12–0
5 Sacavenense 144551312+1170–23–02–12–02–01–11–1
6 Torreense 1444613141160–21–21–10–02–03–00–0
7 Louletano 1426613207122–20–22–21–20–03–22–0
8 Operário 1417651813101–10–01–10–40–01–00–0
Source: Footballzz.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(P) Promoted.

Promotion play-off

Académico de Viseu 2–0 Merelinense
Report
Estádio do Fontelo, Viseu
Attendance: 3,100
Referee: Fábio Veríssimo
Merelinense 0–1 Académico de Viseu
Report Bura Soccerball shade.svg 78'
Estádio João Soares Vieira, São Pedro de Merelim
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Bruno Paixão

Académico de Viseu won 3–0 on aggregate.


Praiense 0–1 Leixões
Report Salvador Soccerball shade.svg 84'
Estádio Municipal da Praia da Vitória, Praia da Vitória, Azores
Attendance: 600
Referee: Tiago Martins
Leixões 1–1 Praiense
Lamas Soccerball shade.svg 70' Report Arruda Soccerball shade.svg 29'
Estádio do Mar, Matosinhos
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Nuno Almeida

Leixões won 2–1 on aggregate.

Final

Relegation groups

Serie A

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation VIL MON CAM PED TOR BRA CAN TMO
1 Vilaverdense 1410133210+22413–04–03–12–01–03–06–0
2 Montalegre 149142716+11342–11–03–12–22–13–17–0
3 Camacha 146532413+11281–21–00–02–11–15–04–0
4 Pedras Rubras 147342817+11283–11–02–22–13–31–28–0
5 Torcatense 147252815+13291–01–22–21–01–03–09–0
6 Bragança (Q)145272517+826Qualification to relegation play-out 1–23–10–20–11–03–13–0
7 Caniçal (R)1442815271218Relegation to District Championships 1–11–20–00–22–32–13–0
8 Torre de Moncorvo (R)1400141656410–30–20–41–30–30–80–2
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie B

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation FEL SMA ALI PED TRO MIR LIM PBA
1 Felgueiras 1932 148421610+6371–01–10–32–11–12–01–0
2 São Martinho 148333213+19340–26–11–01–05–01–12–1
3 Aliança de Gandra 1473418213320–10–60–01–01–12–13–1
4 Pedras Salgadas 146352317+6262–11–40–13–11–12–05–2
5 Trofense 1452718180251–21–23–01–00–02–13–1
6 Mirandela (Q)143921719223Qualification to relegation play-out 1–11–10–23–23–32–01–1
7 Limianos (R)143471320716Relegation to District Championships 0–02–21–22–21–00–22–0
8 Ponte da Barca (R)14121111301980–12–10–40–21–21–11–2
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie C

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation SAN CIN ADN COI SOU TOU PAM AAC
1 Sanjoanense 149232313+10372–01–21–01–02–11–13–2
2 Cinfães 147431615+1321–31–02–22–02–21–01–0
3 AD Nogueirense 146351412+2261–00–03–11–01–11–00–1
4 Coimbrões 145272019+1250–01–24–31–42–04–02–1
5 Sousense 1453617181242–11–11–01–01–20–01–1
6 Tourizense (Q)145362122124Qualification to relegation play-out 1–33–01–20–33–13–11–0
7 Pampilhosa (R)145271321821Relegation to District Championships 1–30–11–01–03–22–13–2
8 Académica – SF (R)1433816204141–21–20–01–02–32–22–0
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie D

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation ANA RAG GON CES MOR GOU EST MOI
1 Anadia 149322514+1139
2 Recreio de Águeda 146352114+728
3 Gondomar 146531914+529
4 Cesarense 146442422+227
5 Mortágua 144552022225
6 Gouveia (Q)1443714271321Qualification to relegation play-out
7 Estarreja (R)144371923420Relegation to District Championships
8 Moimenta da Beira (R)143291521614
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie E

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation LEI BCB IDE LUS SER ANG GAF GAL
1 União de Leiria 141130247+1745
2 Benfica e Castelo Branco 146532718+931
3 Sporting Ideal 146352425129
4 Lusitânia 145632012+825
5 Sertanense 144641512+327
6 Angrense (Q)147252415+925Qualification to relegation play-out
7 Gafetense (R)1412119292010Relegation to District Championships
8 Ginásio de Alcobaça (R)1421111133229
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie F

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation MAF CAL ALC VIL OLE CAR VSE NAV
1 Mafra 14932399+3040
2 Caldas 147342013+731
3 Alcanenense 147342612+1431
4 Vilafranquense 145542113+826
5 Oleiros 146351718125
6 Carapinheirense (Q)144731912+723Qualification to relegation play-out
7 Vitória de Sernache (R)143471524917Relegation to District Championships
8 Naval 1º de Maio (R)141013965564
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie G

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation LOU CPI SIN ORI ARM ALJ FAB SVA
1 Loures 148423013+1736
2 Casa Pia 147523619+1734
3 Sintrense 146621411+334
4 Oriental 147433115+1631
5 Armacenenses 147252422+227
6 Mineiro Aljustrelense (Q)1435616261020Qualification to relegation play-out
7 Fabril do Barreiro (R)1424820321214Relegation to District Championships
8 Sporting de Viana do Alentejo (R)1402121245336
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Serie H

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation LUS MOU PIN DEZ ALM ACP MAL BAR
1 Lusitano VRSA 145451519427
2 Moura 14482139+427
3 Pinhalnovense 144642017+325
4 1º de Dezembro 144642019+124
5 Almancilense 144641616024
6 Atlético CP (Q)146352120+122Qualification to relegation play-out
7 Atlético da Malveira (R)145361820220Relegation to District Championships
8 Barreirense (R)143651821318
Source: FPF.pt, Thefinalball.com
Rules for classification: 1) Points, 2) Head-to-head points, 3) Head-to-head goal difference, 4) Goal difference, 5) Matches won, 6) Goals scored
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated; (R) Relegated.

Relegation play-out

First round

Carapinheirense 0–0 Mirandela
Report
Complexo Desportivo de São Pedro, Carapinheira
Mirandela 2–0 Carapinheirense
Report
Estádio de São Sebastião, Mirandela

Carapinheirense lost 2–0 on aggregate and were relegated.


Angrense 1–0 Bragança
Report
Estádio Municipal de Angra do Heroísmo, Angra do Heroísmo, Azores
Bragança 3–1 Angrense
Report
Estádio Municipal Eng. José Luís Pinheiro, Bragança

Angrense lost 3–2 on aggregate and were relegated.


Tourizense 2–0 Mineiro Aljustrelense
Report
Estádio Visconde do Vinhal, Touriz (Tábua)
Mineiro Aljustrelense 1–0 Tourizense
Report
Estádio Municipal de Aljustrel, Aljustrel

Mineiro Aljustrelense lost 2–1 on aggregate and were relegated.


Gouveia 1–0 Atlético CP
Report
Estádio Municipal do Farvão, Gouveia
Atlético CP 0–0 Gouveia
Report
Estádio Francisco Lázaro, Lisbon

Atlético CP lost 1–0 on aggregate and were relegated.

Second round

Tourizense 2–0 Mirandela
Report
Estádio Visconde do Vinhal, Touriz (Tábua)
Mirandela 2–0 (a.e.t.) Tourizense
Penalties
5–4
Estádio de São Sebastião, Mirandela

2–2 on aggregate. Tourizense lost 5–4 on penalties and were relegated.


Bragança 5–0 Gouveia
Report
Estádio Municipal Eng. José Luís Pinheiro, Bragança
Gouveia 2–1 Bragança
Report
Estádio Municipal do Farvão, Gouveia

Gouveia lost 6–2 on aggregate and were relegated.

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