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FC Porto

Futebol Clube do Porto, or Porto for short, is a Portuguese club founded in 1893. The club is nicknamed the Dragons and is one of the traditional “Big Three” clubs in Portugal, along with Benfica and Sporting Lisbon. The team’s traditional home colours are blue and white.

Porto is one of only two Portuguese sides to have won the Champions League, which they have won twice, most recently in 2004. The club has won the domestic league title, the Primeira Liga, on 27 occasion and the Portuguese Cup 16 times. Other trophies the club has won include the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and the European Super Cup.

The club’s home stadium is the Estádio do Dragão, which opened in 2003. The stadium seats over 50,000 spectators and was used as one of the venues for UEFA Euro 2004 competition.

In 2002 the club appointed José Mourinho as their manager. During his three years at the club he guided the team to its first ever treble in 2003 and its second Champions League title in 2004.

In the 2012-13 season Porto finished as Primeira Liga champions. They also made it to the round of 16 in the Champions League. Striker Jackson Martínez ended the season as the club’s top goalscorer. The club is now managed by Paulo Fonseca who took over from Vítor Pereira in 2013. Notable former managers include current Tottenham manager André Villas-Boas and the late Bobby Robson.

Porto is captained by Argentine midfielder Lucho González. Despite the recent sales of key players like Radamel Falcao and Hulk, Porto still possess a very strong squad. Key players at the club include Jackson Martínez, Silvestre Varela, Steven Defour and Nicolás Otamendi.

Many other Porturguese internationals have played for Porto, including Deco, Pepe, Ricardo Quaresma, Raul Meireles and Bruno Alves.

2013 - 2014 fixtures:

Nov 23 FC Porto v CD Nacional de Madeira Estadio do Dragao Liga
Nov 26 FC Porto v Austria Vienna Estadio do Dragao UEFA Champions League (2013 First Phase)
Nov 30 Academica de Coimbra v FC Porto Cidade de Coimbra Liga
Dec 7 FC Porto v Braga Estadio do Dragao Liga
Dec 11 Atletico Madrid v FC Porto Vicente Calderon UEFA Champions League (2013 First Phase)
Dec 15 Rio Ave v FC Porto Estádio do Rio Ave F.C. Liga
Dec 20 FC Porto v Olhanense Estadio do Dragao Liga
Jan 12 Benfica v FC Porto Estadio da Luz Liga
Jan 27 FC Porto v Vitoria Setubal Estadio do Dragao Liga
Feb 2 Maritimo v FC Porto Estadio dos Barreiros Liga
Feb 9 FC Porto v Paços de Ferreira Estadio do Dragao Liga
Feb 16 Gil Vicente v FC Porto Estádio Cidade de Barcelos Liga
Feb 23 FC Porto v Estoril Estadio do Dragao Liga
Mar 2 Guimaraes v FC Porto Estádio D. Alfonso Henriques Liga
Mar 9 FC Porto v Arouca Estadio do Dragao Liga
Mar 16 Sporting Lisbon v FC Porto Jose Alvalade Liga
Mar 23 FC Porto v Belenenses Estadio do Dragao Liga
Mar 30 CD Nacional de Madeira v FC Porto Estádio da Madeira Liga
Apr 6 FC Porto v Academica de Coimbra Estadio do Dragao Liga
Apr 13 Braga v FC Porto Braga Municipal Liga
Apr 19 FC Porto v Rio Ave Estadio do Dragao Liga
May 4 Olhanense v FC Porto Estádio José Arcanjo Liga
May 11 FC Porto v Benfica Estadio do Dragao Liga

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Portuguese League (Football (Soccer)) Porto, Portugal - Estadio do Dragao 21 Apr 2014
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