S.L. Nelas

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Nelas
Full name Sport Lisboa e Nelas
Founded 25 August 1939
Ground Estádio Municipal de Nelas, Nelas
Ground Capacity 7,500
Chairman Abel Ferreira
Manager Jorge Ribeiro
League AF Viseu South Division
2011-12 5th

Sport Lisboa e Nelas is a Portuguese football club located in the village of Nelas, Viseu. The club was founded on 25 August 1939. [1] It is a branch club of both Benfica and Sporting CP. Nelas play at the Estádio Municipal de Nelas which holds a capacity of 7,500. [2] The currently play in the AF Viseu South Division. The club's most recent season saw them finish fifth in the AF Viseu South Division. [3]

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References

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  2. "Municipal de Nelas". ZeroZero. 28 June 2012.
  3. "AF Viseu 1ª Divisão Zona Sul 2011/12" [AF Viseu 1ª Division Zone South 2011/12]. ZeroZero. 28 June 2012.