F.C. Maia

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FC Maia
Full nameFutebol Clube da Maia
Founded1954
GroundJosé Vieira de Carvalho,
Maia, Portugal
Capacity9,000
ChairmanAntónio Fernando Oliveira Silva
Head Coach Eduardo Luís
League AF Porto  – 1ª Divisão
2010–11Banned due to arbitration
Website Club website

Futebol Clube da Maia is a Portuguese football club based in Maia, Greater Metropolitan Area of Porto. Founded on 4 April 1954, it currently plays in the Porto Regional League, holding home matches at the Estádio Professor Doutor Vieira de Carvalho, which holds 15,000 spectators.

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History

Maia never competed in the top division, but had a nine-year spell in the second level from 1997 to 2006. In its first season in the category, it faced Porto in the Taça de Portugal, losing 4–5 at home in the round of 16 after eliminating Moreirense and Feirense in the previous rounds.

At the end of the 2006–07 season, Maia was relegated for the second consecutive time, thus falling into the fourth division. It folded in 2008 due to serious financial problems, starting competing again the following year, in the second regional division in Porto, and immediately achieved promotion.

Season to season

SeasonLevelDivisionSectionPlaceMovements
2000–01 Tier 2 Liga de Honra 4th
2001–02 Tier 2 Liga de Honra 9th
2002–03 Tier 2 Liga de Honra 9th
2003–04 Tier 2 Liga de Honra 5th
2004–05 Tier 2 Liga de Honra 8th
2005–06 Tier 2 Liga de Honra 18thRelegated
2006–07 Tier 3 Segunda Divisão Serie Norte14thRelegated
2007–08 Tier 4 Terceira Divisão

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