Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2018-2019Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga17th3477203373-40282,595Bryan Róchez - 10Daniel GuimarãesRelegated
2016-2017Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga18th3449212258-36212,735Okacha Hamzaoui - 5Rui SilvaRelegated
2015-2016Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga11th34108164056-16382,490Tiquinho Soares - 10Rui Silva
2014-2015Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga7th34138134546-1472,163Marco Matias - 17Eduardo Gottardi
2013-2014Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga5th30111274333+10452,212Mario Rondón - 12Eduardo Gottardi→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2012-2013Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga8th30117124551-6402,090Mateus Galiano da Costa - 7Eduardo Gottardi
2011-2012Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga7th30135124850-2441,886Mario Rondón, Claudemir - 10Marcelo Valverde
2010-2011Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga6th30119102831-3422,083Diego Barcelos, Claudemir - 4Rafael Bracalli→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2009-2010Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga7th30109113646-10392,034Edgar - 12Rafael Bracalli
2008-2009Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga4th3015784732+15522,109Nenê - 20Rafael Bracalli→ UEFA Europa League via league finish
2007-2008Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga10th3098132328-5351,579Marcelo Lipatín - 6Diego Benaglio
2006-2007Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga8th30116134138+3391,920Bruno Amaro Sousa, Rodrigo Silva - 5Diego Benaglio
2005-2006Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga5th341410104032+8521,935André Pinto - 14Diego Benaglio→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2004-2005Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga12th34125174648-2411,859Adriano - 8Henrique Hilário
2003-2004Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga4th34175125635+21563,047Adriano - 19Henrique Hilário→ UEFA Cup via league finish
2002-2003Nacionalpt POR1. Primeira Liga11th34913124046-6403,000Adriano - 16Nuno Carrapato

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