União Foot-Ball Lisboa

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União Foot-Ball Lisboa (Lisbon Union FC in English), was a football club founded in Lisbon, Portugal on 3 March 1910. In 1942 the club merged with Carcavelinhos Football Clube to form Atlético Clube de Portugal.


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