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Can Belenenses return to winning ways in Primeira Liga?
Belenenses and Sporting Lisbon clash at the National Sports Center Jamor on Wednesday in the Primeira Liga as both sides aim to return to winning ways. The hosts are languishing at the foot of the table with just two wins and 12 points from 19 games, five off safety.
Why are Belenenses mired at the bottom of the Portuguese League?
Belenenses secured a valuable draw in their last outing but remain at the bottom of the league standings and deeply mired in a relegation scramble. Sporting, whove lost two of their last three clashes, cannot afford to drop more points in their race to keep up with leaders Porto.
What is the history of Sporting Lisbon?
Commonly referred to as Leoes which is Portuguese for Lions, Sporting Lisbon were founded in 1906 and are one of the founders of the Primeira Liga. Sporting’s main rivals are Benfica, with both teams contesting the Lisbon Derby, one of the most fierce ones in Europe.
What is the history of the Portuguese football club Lisboa?
On 28 February 1904, a group of boys who used to play football in Belém, on the riverside of Lisbon, decided to create a sports club. Sport Lisboa, named after the group, chose the red colour, the eagle, and the motto E Pluribus Unum for its symbols.
What is the history of Sporting Portugal?
Sporting Clube de Portugal were founded in 1906, thanks to a loan that José Alfredo Holtreman Roquette (more commonly known as José Alvalade), one of the clubs founders, got from his grandfather, Alfredo Augusto das Neves Holtreman, Viscount of Alvalade.
When did Sport Lisboa play their first ever match?
Sport Lisboa played their first ever match on 1 January 1905, scoring their first goal. Despite important victories, the club suffered from poor operating conditions, namely the football dirt field of Terras do Desembargador.
What happened to Sport Lisboa and Sport Benfica?
On 13 September 1908, Sport Lisboa acquired Grupo Sport Benfica by mutual agreement and changed its name to Sport Lisboa e Benfica. Despite the merger, they continued their respective club operations. For Sport Lisboa, they maintained the football team, the shirt colours, the eagle symbol and the motto.