S.C. Freamunde

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Freamunde
S.C. Freamunde.png
Full nameSport Clube Freamunde
Nickname(s)Os Capões (The Roosters)
Founded1933
Ground Campo SC Freamunde
Capacity4,000
ChairmanMiguel Pacheco
Manager Helton Arruda
League LigaPro
2015–16 5th
Website Club website

Sport Clube Freamunde is a Portuguese football club based in Freamunde, Paços de Ferreira. Founded on 19 March 1933, it currently plays in the Campeonato de Portugal, holding home matches at the 4,000-capacity Complexo Desportivo do SC Freamunde.

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José Bosingwa, who later achieved fame with Porto, Chelsea and the Portugal national team, began his professional career at Freamunde. [1]

History

Freamunde started when cardinal António Filipe watched a group of children playing in the streets of Freamunde, and decided to start a club, arranging for kits gratuitously. It was first called Freamunde Sport Clube.

Another clergyman, Padre Castro, was the main responsible for the club's early professional foundations. In 1933, the team started playing matches in a field owned by him, the Campo do Carvalhal. Two years later, the club started competing in Liga Invicta – known in later years as the second division  – doning the colours which would last for the following decades: blue shirt and socks and white shorts. The league folded however two years later, and the team started playing in Campeonato da Promoção, after joining Porto's Football Association.

In 1944, Freamunde's first status were outlined – five years later, Castro died. In 1999, after two consecutive promotions, the club first reached the new second level, [2] lasting two seasons, and returning again for the 2007–08 campaign after being crowned champions of the third division (Northern Zone); [3] during the early 1990s and the 2000s, Jorge Regadas served as team manager for several seasons. [4] [5] [6] [7]

Current squad

As of 27 January 2017. [8] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No.PositionPlayer
1 Flag of Portugal.svg GK Dani
2 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Rodolfo Lourenço
3 Flag of Portugal.svg DF José Amadeu
4 Flag of France.svg DF Stéphane Madeira
5 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Rui Raínho
6 Flag of Guinea-Bissau.svg DF Eridson
7 Flag of Portugal.svg MF Paulo Grilo
8 Flag of Portugal.svg FW Miguel Pedro
9 Flag of Portugal.svg FW Diogo Ramos
10 Flag of Portugal.svg FW Fausto
11 Flag of Argentina.svg MF Iván Pérez
13 Flag of Portugal.svg GK Rui Nereu
14 Flag of Portugal.svg FW Mohcine Hassan (on loan from Vitória de Setúbal )
15 Flag of Senegal.svg FW Kalidou Yero
16 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Huguinho
17 Flag of Portugal.svg MF Jorge Vilela
No.PositionPlayer
18 Flag of Portugal.svg DF João Moreira
19 Flag of Argentina.svg FW Claudio Salto (on loan from River Plate )
20 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Luís Pedro
21 Flag of Portugal.svg MF Fábio Vieira
22 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Luís Costa
23 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Leandro Albano
28 Flag of Portugal.svg FW Diogo Valente
29 Flag of Argentina.svg MF Leandro Chaparro
30 Flag of Portugal.svg MF Leandro Pimenta
31 Flag of Portugal.svg DF Mika
32 Flag of Argentina.svg MF Maximiliano Laso
35 Flag of Portugal.svg MF Rui Sampaio
56 Flag of Argentina.svg FW Sergio Hipperdinger
77 Flag of Cameroon.svg FW Steve Ekedi (on loan from Desportivo das Aves )
99 Flag of Portugal.svg GK Marco

Honours

League and cup history

SeasonPos.Pl.WDLGSGAP Cup League Cup Notes
1989–90 2DS63414128453540Round 5Promoted
1990–91 2H153813718556933Round 4Relegated
1991–92 2DS9348179423733Round 6
1992–93 2DS163281014324126Round 2Relegated
1993–94 3DS1342374702653Round 3Promoted
1994–95 2DS1234111013414532Round 5
1995–96 2DS133412913404445Round 2
1996–97 2DS1534101014323840Round 3Relegated
1997–98 3DS13426531043983Quarter–finalsPromoted
1998–99 2DS1342365602875Round 3Promoted
1999–00 2H1034111211423745Round 4
2000–01 2H18346523286423Round 4Relegated
2001–02 2DS1538111314444846Round 2
2002–03 2DS1538101216527042Round 6
2003–04 2DS93614715554549Round 4
2004–05 2DS43819118793768Round 2
2005–06 2DS1126899252033Round 3
2006–07 2DS1301857412559Round 3Promoted
2007–08 2H13309813424935Round 4Round 1
2008–09 2H62810711303437Round 3First Group Stage
2009–10 2H12309813435035Round 5Round 1
2010–11 2H11308139373937Round 2First Group Stage
2011–12 2H143071310354034Round 2First Group Stage
2012–13 2H224271223467633Round 3Round 2Relegated
2013–14 CN1322183632371Round 3Promoted
2014–15 2H846181711483271Round 5Round 1

Last updated: 30 July 2015
Div. = Division; ; 2H = Liga de Honra; 2DS = Portuguese Second Division; 3DS = Portuguese Third Division; CN = Campeonato Nacional
Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goal Scored; GA = Goal Against; P = Points

Managerial history

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References

  1. "Bosingwa impõe-se em Freamunde" [Bosingwa makes a name for himself at Freamunde] (in Portuguese). Record. 11 April 2001. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  2. "FPF dá título da II B a três clubes e suspende Nacional de Iniciados" [FPF hands II B title to three clubs and suspends Nacional de Iniciados] (in Portuguese). Record. 6 July 1999. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  3. "Freamunde sagra-se campeão" [Freamunde crowned champions] (in Portuguese). Record. 26 May 2007. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  4. "Técnico Jorge Regadas sereno na hora da festa do Gondomar" [Coach Jorge Regadas at ease as Gondomar celebrates] (in Portuguese). Record. 26 November 2002. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  5. "Jorge Regadas renova vínculo" [Jorge Regadas renews link] (in Portuguese). Record. 4 June 2007. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  6. "Jorge Regadas continua por mais uma época" [Jorge Regadas stays for one more season] (in Portuguese). Record. 24 April 2009. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  7. "Jorge Regadas regressa ao comando técnico" [Jorge Regadas returns to manager position] (in Portuguese). Record. 25 February 2013. Archived from the original on 12 May 2013. Retrieved 21 October 2013.
  8. "Freamunde". Foradejogo. Retrieved 28 November 2014.