S.L. Benfica (futsal)

Sport Lisboa e Benfica, commonly known as Benfica, is a professional futsal team based in Lisbon, Portugal, that plays in the Liga Portuguesa de Futsal, where they are the current champions.

Benfica
Full nameSport Lisboa e Benfica
Nickname(s)As Águias (The Eagles)
Os Encarnados (The Reds)
Founded13 September 2001 (2001-09-13)
GroundPavilhão Fidelidade
Capacity2,400
ChairmanArmindo Cordeiro
ManagerGonçalo Alves[1]
CoachJoel Rocha
League1ª Divisão
2018–191st / Winners
WebsiteClub website

Since its creation in 2001, the team has been a constant challenger for the championship and won at least one trophy per season between 2005 and 2013. Benfica won all three Portuguese titles in the 2006–07 and 2011–12 seasons. Benfica was the first Portuguese team to win the UEFA Futsal Cup, in 2010. Two years later, they were ranked first in the UEFA Futsal Cup rankings.[2]

History

Establishment (2001–2004)

Established on 13 September 2001, Benfica merged with futsal team Olímpico and became managed by company MPM on 2 June, with Benfica only providing the facilities, medical staff and kits. This union allowed Benfica to participate in the 2001–02 first division.[3][4] In their debut, Benfica were runners-up, losing 3–2 to Miramar Futsal Clube with the decisive goal coming from a future Benfica glory, André Lima.[5] Benfica's notable players in their first season were Portuguese internationals Naná, Vitinho I, Drula and Nelito, who were coached by Alípio Matos.

The following season, with new players such as André Lima,[6] Rogério Vilela,[7] Pedro Costa and Arnaldo Pereira,[8] Benfica won their first league title, against Sporting CP,[9] their first Taça de Portugal,[10] and their first SuperTaça.[11]

In 2003–04, notable players Ciço and Ricardinho joined Benfica.[12] Benfica reached the 2003–04 UEFA Futsal Cup final, losing 7–5 on aggregate to Interviu.[13]

Adil Amarante years (2004–2008)

In 2004–05, Adil Amarante replaced Alípio Matos and added Nelito, Estrela and Pica Pau.[14][15] Benfica won the Portuguese Cup against Boavista FC[16] and the second league title against Sporting.[17]

The next season, players such as Wilson, Côco and Sidnei joined Benfica, while Miguel Almeida and Zé Maria left.[18] Benfica lost the Portuguese Cup to Sporting in the Final Four, and then the league.[19][20]

In 2006–07, Benfica improved their squad with new players such as Gonçalo Alves, Bebé, Pedro Costa, Zé Maria and Estrela, who returned. Nelito ended his career.[21] Benfica conquered the Super Cup.[22] In May Benfica won another Portuguese Cup[23] and by June another league[24]

In the 2007–08 season, Arnaldo Pereira and Miguel Almeida returned, while Estrela left.[25] Benfica started the season by winning the Super Cup.[26] In January, César Paulo joined Benfica.[27] In March, Adil Amarante left in disagreement with Benfica about his new contract,[28] and was replaced by Beto Aranha,[29] who lead Benfica to their first back-to-back champion titles.[30]

André Lima years (2008–2010)

In July 2008, despite being in charge only for four months, Benfica replaced Beto Aranha with former player and coach, André Lima.[31] The only reinforcement was Pedrinho, while Miguel Almeida left.[32] Benfica lost the Super Cup but won the Portuguese Cup,[33][34] and the third league title in a row for the first time.[35]

In 2009–10, Benfica hired Davi and Marinho,[36] and went on winning their 13th title, the domestic Super Cup.[37]

On 25 April 2010, Benfica became European champions by conquering the UEFA Futsal Cup, after defeating Luparense by 8–4 in the semi-finals, they beat Interviu 3–2 in the final; Benfica conceded first by Marquinho, but Joel Queirós and then Arnaldo put Benfica in the lead, Interviu equalised by Betão, but Davi in the final minutes sealed the historic victory.[38][39]

In the remainder of the season, Benfica lost the Portuguese Cup to Belenenses and then the league to Sporting.[40][41]

2010–present

In the 2010–11 season, coach Paulo Fernandes, who had just won the league for Sporting, replaced European champion André Lima.[42] Ricardinho left[43] and was replaced by Diece.[44] Another addition was Diego Sol who arrived from Belenenses, and Teka from Sporting.[45][46] In this season Benfica lost the Portuguese Cup,[47] and then the league in three matches, despite winning the regular phase.[48] In European competitions, Benfica finished fourth in the 2010–11 UEFA Futsal Cup.[49]

In 2011–12, Benfica added Marcão, Dentinho and Bruno Coelho.[50] The season was better than the previous one as Benfica won all three competitions they entered: the Super Cup,[51] Portuguese Cup[52] and the league.[53] Ricardinho returned in January on a 6 month-loan[54] but failed to make an impact, being suspended for three matches in the final.[55][56]

In 2012–13, Benfica hired Vítor Hugo[57] and Nené.[58] On 2 September 2012, they won their sixth Super Cup against Modicus (5–3) and tied with Sporting in terms of overall titles (17).[59] After a series of bad results, including an early exit of the UEFA Futsal Cup,[60] Paulo Fernandes was sacked and replaced by João Freitas Pinto.[61] However, Benfica failed to retain the league title, losing 3–1 in the final against Sporting.[62] In the offseason, Benfica did not renew the contract of Davi, Diego Sol, Diece, Marinho and César Paulo, replacing them with Ricardo Fernandes, Pablo del Moral, Rafael Henmi, Serginho, Bruno Pinto, Paulinho, Alan Brandi and Ivo Oliveira.[63]

On 14 June 2015, Benfica became Portuguese champions for the seventh time and achieved their seventh double, defeating Sporting on penalties (2–3) in the fourth match of playoffs final.[64][65] Benfica reached the playoff finals without defeat.[66]

In August 2015, Benfica beat AD Fundão 6–3 and won the Super Cup.[67] Benfica won again the Super Cup in October 2016, for a record eighth time, defeating Sporting 3–2.[68] In the end of the season, Benfica beat Burinhosa and won their seventh Portuguese Cup (record).[69] Later on, in January 2018, Benfica won their first League Cup with a 5–2 victory over Sporting.[70]

Season to season

Season 1ª Divisão Portuguese Cup League Cup UEFA Futsal Cup
2001–02 2nd QF Not held
2002–03 1st Winners
2003–04 2nd 3rd round Runners-up
2004–05 1st / W Winners
2005–06 2nd / F Runners-up Second round
2006–07 1st / W Winners
2007–08 1st / W 2nd round Elite round
2008–09 1st / W Winners Elite round
2009–10 3rd / F Runners-up Winners
2010–11 1st / F Runners-up 4th place
2011–12 1st / W Winners
2012–13 2nd / F QF Main round
2013–14 1st / SF Runners-up
2014–15 1st / W Winners
2015–16 2nd / F Runners-up R1 3rd place
2016–17 2nd / SF Winners R1
2017–18 2nd / F Runners-up Winners
2018–19 1st / W Runners-up Winners Elite round

Results in international competition

As of match played 12 October 2019[71][72][73][74][75]

Note: Benfica score is always listed first.

Players

Current squad

As of 1 August 2019[76][77]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK André Correia
2 Chaguinha
3 Afonso Jesus
4 André Coelho
5 Fábio Cecílio
6 Tiago Brito
7 Bruno Coelho (captain)
8 Rafael Henmi
No. Position Player
9 Miguel Ângelo
10 Robinho
11 Célio Coque
12 GK André Sousa
17 Fernando Drasler
18 Fernandinho
19 Fits
22 GK Diego Roncaglio

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
13 Bruno Graça (on loan to Eléctrico until 30 June 2020)[78]
99 Jacaré (on loan to Futsal Azeméis until 30 June 2020)[78]
GK Cristiano Marques (on loan to Eléctrico until 30 June 2020)[78]
Bruno Pinto (on loan to Leões de Porto Salvo until 30 June 2020)[78]
No. Position Player
Silvestre Ferreira (on loan to Eléctrico until 30 June 2020)[78]
Tiago Fernandes (on loan to Modicus until 30 June 2020)[78]
Yulián Díaz (on loan to Belenenses until 30 June 2019)[79]

Honours

Domestic competitions

According to Benfica's official website[80]

Winners (8): 2002–03, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2011–12, 2014–15, 2018–19
Winners (7) – shared record: 2002–03, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2011–12, 2014–15, 2016–17
Winners (2) – shared record: 2017–18, 2018–19
Winners (8): 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016[81]

International competitions

Winners: 2009–10[82]
Runners-up: 2003–04
Third place: 2015–16[83]
Fourth place: 2010–11
Runners-up: 2006–07
Third place: 2011[75]
Fourth place: 2005,[72] 2007[74]

Women's current squad

As of 11 November 2019[84][85]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Ana Catarina
5 Cláudia Pereira
6 Inês Fernandes (captain)
8 Janice Silva
9 Fifó
10 Sara Ferreira
11 Sofia Jesus
No. Position Player
12 GK Marta Costa
13 Beatriz Silva
15 Beatriz Marques
16 GK Patrícia Mexia
17 Maria Pereira
18 Beatriz Sanheiro
20 Raquel Santos

Head coach: Pedro Henriques[86]

Women's honours

Regional competitions

  • Lisbon Championship
Winners (5): 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2009–10
  • Lisbon Honour Cup
Winners (10): 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2014–15[87][88]
  • Taça de Honra AF Lisboa
Winners: 2016[89]

National competitions

Winners (3) – record: 2016–2017,[89] 2017–18,[90] 2018–19[91]
Winners (5) – record: 2013–14,[92] 2015–16, 2016–17,[89] 2017–18,[93] 2018–19
Winners (5) – record: 2014,[94] 2016,[95] 2017,[96] 2018,[97] 2019

Other competitions

  • Iberian Cup
Winners: 2006–07

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