Clube Nacional de Benguela
Clube Nacional de Benguela, founded on June 24, 1920, as Sports Clube Portugal de Benguela or simply Portugal de Benguela, is a sports club from Benguela, Angola. The Elephants won five titles during the then overseas province of Angola. Even before Angola's independence in 1975, the club's name was changed to Sports Club Nacional de Benguela. In 1979, the club, then Clube Nacional de Benguela, was one of the founders of Angola's premier football league (Girabola), in which season it finished as the runner-up by losing to Primeiro de Agosto 2–1 in the final.
|Full name||Clube Nacional de Benguela|
|Nickname(s)||Os Elefantes The Elephants|
|Founded||24 June 1920|
|Ground||Estádio de São Filipe |
Estádio de Ombaka
|2013||3rd (Série B)|
Manager history and performance
League & Cup Positions
- "História (History)" (in Portuguese). clubenacionalbenguela.com. Archived from the original on 2012-11-28. Retrieved 2013-05-05.
- "Nacional de Benguela - Petro do Huambo (Ficha técnica)" (in Portuguese). ANGOP.com. 10 Aug 2013. Retrieved 25 Jan 2017.
- "Português Álvaro Magalhães apresentado como novo técnico do Nacional (Álvaro Magalhães introduced as new National's coach)" (in Portuguese). ANGOP.com. 2 Feb 2012. Retrieved 30 Dec 2014.
- "Nacional de Benguela busca reforços no Brasil para "segundona" (Nacional seeks new players in Brazil for 2nd division)" (in Portuguese). ANGOP.com. 3 Jun 2011. Retrieved 7 Jan 2015.