Anadia F.C.

Anadia Futebol Clube (abbreviated as Anadia FC) is a Portuguesefootball club based in Anadia in the district of Aveiro.[1] Anadia is also a club for field hockey and basketball.

Portuguese association football club

Football club
Anadia
Full name Anadia Futebol Clube
Founded 19 November 1926
Ground Municipal Engº Sílvio Henriques Cerveira
Anadia
Portugal
Capacity 6,500
Chairman Vasco Oliveira
Head Coach Nuno Pedro
League Liga 3
Website Club website

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Anadia FC currently plays in the Campeonato de Portugal which is the third tier of Portuguese football. The club was founded in 1926 and they play their home matches at the Municipal Engº Sílvio Henriques Cerveira in Anadia. The stadium is able to accommodate 6,500 spectators.[1]

The club is affiliated to Associação de Futebol de Aveiro and has competed in the AF Aveiro Taça. The club has also entered the national cup competition known as Taça de Portugal on many occasions.[1][2]

Anadia lost its president António Simões in a car crash on 20 November 2009. The situation created huge problems in its structure, which it was resolved with a constitution by the Administrative Commission (Comissão Administrativa). He was succeeded by Manuel Pinho.

  • Second National Level: 2
  • Segunda Divisão: 12
  • Terceira Divisão: 34

As of 1 February 2018

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF  BRA Xandão
4 DF  POR Michael dos Santos
5 DF  POR Rui Raínho
6 DF  BRA João Paulo
7 FW  GHA Kwanku Boateng
8 MF  POR Paulo Matos
9 FW  GUI Salim Cissé
10 FW  POR Tiago Borges
11 MF  POR Mauro Santos
14 MF  POR Diogo Pereira
15 DF  POR João Simões
No. Pos. Nation Player
17 MF  POR Pedro Sancho
18 MF  GHA Frank Abbeyson
19 FW  POR Rúben Silvestre
22 MF  POR Manel Garruço
23 MF  NGA Kingsley Onyeukwu
24 GK  POR Manuel Gama
26 FW  POR Leandro Vieira
31 FW  BRA Nádson
32 DF  POR Pedro Santos
55 GK  POR Alexandre Verdade

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