Portugal Clubs

Portugal Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
Académica de CoimbraM2002-20032015-2016150
Boavista FCPrimeira LigaM1999-20002018-2019130
CD AvesPrimeira LigaM2006-20072018-201930
CD FeirensePrimeira LigaM2011-20122018-201940
CD NacionalPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019170
CD Santa ClaraPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-201920
CD TondelaPrimeira LigaM2015-20162018-201940
CD TrofenseM2008-20092008-200910
CF Benfica FemininoF2016-20172016-201710
CF Estrela da AmadoraM2003-20042008-200950
CF Os BelenensesPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019150
CF UniãoM2015-20162015-201610
CS MarítimoPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019180
FC AlvercaM2003-20042003-200410
FC AroucaM2013-20142016-201740
FC Paços de FerreiraM2002-20032017-2018160
FC PenafielM2004-20052014-201530
FC PortoPrimeira LigaM1999-20002018-20193810
GD ChavesPrimeira LigaM2016-20172018-201930
GD Estoril PraiaM2004-20052017-201890
Gil Vicente FCM2002-20032014-201580
Leixões SCM2007-20082009-201030
Moreirense FCPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-201990
Naval 1º de MaioM2005-20062010-201160
Portimonense SCPrimeira LigaM2010-20112018-201930
Rio Ave FCPrimeira LigaM2003-20042018-2019150
SC Beira-MarM2002-20032012-201370
SC BragaPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019240
SC OlhanenseM2009-20102013-201450
SL BenficaPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019347
Sporting CPF2017-20182018-201920
Sporting CPPrimeira LigaM2000-20012018-2019320
UD LeiriaM2002-20032011-201290
Varzim SCM2002-20032002-200310
Vitória de GuimarãesPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019180
Vitória de SetúbalPrimeira LigaM2002-20032018-2019160

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