Clube desportivo das aves
What does Desportivo das Aves mean?
Clube Desportivo das Aves (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈklub (ɨ) dɨʃpuɾˈtivu dɐʃ ˈavɨʃ]), commonly known as Desportivo das Aves, or simply as Aves, is a Portuguese football club from Vila das Aves, Santo Tirso.
What is the history of Aves FC?
The club was founded on 12 November 1930 and plays at the Estádio do Clube Desportivo das Aves, which holds a seating capacity of 8,560. As a sports club, it has football schools for junior players and two futsal teams for both men and women, as well as a football trial system to help younger players come through the academy.
What are the supporters group of Aves called?
The clubs official supporters group are the Força Avense. Aves have spent most of their history in the lower leagues, having their debut Primeira Liga season in 1985–86 after winning consecutively the second and third divisions. They returned to the top flight for 2000–01 and 2006–07, again for one season each.
How many species of birds are there in class Aves?
Class Aves contains 28 orders, 163 families, 1,975 genera, and nearly 10,000 species. Their distribution is worldwide, including open oceans. While the majority of the worlds bird species are known to science, a handful of new birds are still discovered each year.
What is a supportersgroup?
Supporters groups are usually centered around a core group (who tend to have executive control over the whole group), with smaller subgroups organised by location, friendship, or political stance. Supporters groups tend to use various styles and sizes of banners and flags with the name and symbols of the group.
What is a group of ravens called?
A group of ravens is called an unkindness. The collective name for a group of sharks is called a shiver. A group of tortoises is called a creep. Not to be confused with turtles, as a group of them are known as a bale, turn, dole, or nest.
What is an example of a championship supportersgroup?
The Hornets Down Under are an example of a championship supporters group. In Japan, supporters sections are known as oendan and are prominent at baseball games and football matches. The supporters group for the South Korean national football team is Bulgeun Angma ( lit. Red Devils).