U.D. Oliveirense

Not to be confused with another Portuguese club, Associação Desportiva Oliveirense or AD Oliveirense, based in Vila Nova de Famalicão
Oliveirense
Full name União Desportiva Oliveirense
Nickname(s) Unionistas (Unionists)
Founded 25 October 1922
Ground Estádio Carlos Osório,
Oliveira de Azeméis
Capacity 4,000
Chairman Horácio Bastos
Manager Pedro Miguel
League LigaPro
Website Club website

União Desportiva Oliveirense, commonly known as simply as Oliveirense, is a Portuguese sports club from the city of Oliveira de Azeméis, Aveiro.[1] The club was founded on 25 October 1922.[2] The club currently plays at the Estádio Carlos Osório which holds a seating capacity of 4,000.[3][4] As a sports club it fields very successful teams in rink hockey and basketball.[5][6] Its rink hockey team has won the Taça de Portugal on three occasions whilst its basketball team has won the Portuguese Basketball SuperCup and the Portuguese Basketball Cup.[7] The club currently plays in the LigaPro.

Oliveirense is part of the Aveiro Football Association which is the football association in charge of the district's football matters.[8] In its entire history the club has won seven major trophies, of which their first was the AF Aveiro Championship in the 1945–46 season.[9] Oliveirense are currently sponsored by Italian sportswear manufacturer Macron.[10]

History

The club was founded on 25 October 1922 as União Desportiva Oliveirense. Prior to its inception it was called Sport Clube Oliveirense who had begun playing in the district league of Aveiro.[2]

Following its establishment, shortly after Oliveirense was one of the founding clubs of the Aveiro Football Association along with Anadia, Beira-Mar, Bustelo, Clube dos Galitos, Espinho, Fogueirese, Ovarense, Paços Brandão, Sanjoanense, SC Oliveirense and Sociedade Recreio Artístico.[11] The association was founded on the 22 September 1924.[11]

This association would go on to establish the AF Aveiro Championship which Oliveirense would go on to win once in the 1945–46 season. During the 1945–46 season, the club also played in the Primeira Liga where after one season they were relegated. This is their only presence in the Primeira Liga.[12] Following the club's relegation they would go on to play in the AF Aveiro First Division which the club has won on three separate occasions in the 1951–52, 1956–57 and 1957–58 seasons.

Over the next couple of decades the club would play in the district leagues, third division and second division. From 1989–90 to 2000–01 they played in the second division before gaining promotion to the Segunda Liga before being relegated once again to the second division in which they would six seasons before being promoted to the Segunda Liga in the 2007–08 season.[13] Ever since the 2008–09 they have played in the Segunda Liga and achieved the club's best ever cup run in their history in the 2011–12 season where they reached the semi-final stage before being knocked out by eventually winners Académica de Coimbra.[14][15]

Current squad

As of 9 August, 2018

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 Coelho
2 DF Diogo Sousa (on loan from Vitória Setúbal)
4 DF Sérgio Silva
5 DF Ricardo Tavares
6 MF Filipe Gonçalves
7 FW Serginho
8 DF Diogo Clemente
9 FW Agdon Menezes
10 FW Sérgio Ribeiro
11 DF Alemão
13 DF Félix
15 MF João Amorim
No. Position Player
17 FW Ença Fati
18 FW Miguel Silva
19 MF Boukassi Mehdi
20 MF Mohamed Bouldini
21 FW Erik Moreno
22 MF António Oliveira
27 FW Diogo Valente
33 GK Gonçalo Gonçalves
34 DF Wellington
41 GK Kadú
45 DF Godinho
70 MF José Gervásio

Honours

Managerial history

League and cup history

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup League Cup Notes
1945–46 1D 12 223217 22738 Round 1 Relegated
1989–90 2DS 15 3411617 374528 Round 3
1990–91 2DS 6 3819712 523245 Round 4
1991–92 2DS 9 34121111 484635 Round 4
1992–93 2DS 5 3414128 604340 Round 4
1993–94 2DS 9 34131011 434336 Round 2
1994–95 2DS 9 34111112 573833 Round 3
1995–96 2DS 3 341996 492166 Round 4
1996–97 2DS 3 3415109 463255 Round 2
1997–98 2DS 6 3414119 463653 Round 3
1998–99 2DS 9 34121210 484148 Round 3
1999–00 2DS 8 3818317 544857 Round 2
2000–01 2DS 1 362745 812785 Round 5 Promoted
2001–02 2H 18 3461018 314928 Round 4 Relegated
2002–03 2DS 4 3617109 554061 Round 2
2003–04 2DS 7 38141311 574455 Round 3
2004–05 2DS 13 36121212 594548 Round 4
2005–06 2DS 1 261754 522656 Round 6
[A]
2006–07 2DS 2 2612104 372346 Round 4
2007–08 2DS 1 342482 652280 Round 5 Promoted
2008–09 2H 14 3071112 253332 Round 2 Round 1
2009–10 2H 5 301479 382749 Round 4 Round 1
2010–11 2H 4 301299 363545 Round 2 Round 2
2011–12 2H 7 3010911 393839 Semi Final First Group Stage
2012–13 2L 8 42161214 524960 Round 5 First Group Stage
2013–14 2L 18 4213821 567647 Round 3 Round 1
2014–15 2L 17 46141319 506755 Round 4 Round 1
2017–18 2L 12 38131015 454749 Round 2

A. ^A Reached the playoffs.

Last updated: 14 July 2012
Div. = Division; 1D = Portuguese League; 2H = Liga de Honra; 2DS = Portuguese Second Division
Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goal Scored; GA = Goal Against; P = Points

See also

References

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  10. "Football—Teams". Portugal. Archived from the original on 13 April 2012. Retrieved 28 April 2012.
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  13. "II Divisão Série B 2007/2008" [II Division Serie B]. ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 16 July 2012. Retrieved 16 July 2012.
  14. "Taça de Portugal 2011/2012" [Cup of Portugal 2011/2012]. ZeroZero (in Portuguese). 16 July 2012. Retrieved 16 July 2012.
  15. "União Desportiva Oliveirense". ZeroZero. 16 July 2012. Retrieved 16 July 2012.
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