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Established
1910 (110 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estádio da Madeira
(5,132 Capacity)

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Location
Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

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Portuguese Primeira Liga
Taca de Portugal
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Upcoming Events
24 Oct 20 CD Nacional   -  F.C. Paços
31 Oct 20 Maritimo   -  CD Nacional
08 Nov 20 CD Nacional   -  Gil Vicente
29 Nov 20 Portimonense   -  CD Nacional
06 Dec 20 CD Nacional   -  Santa Clara

Latest Results
17 Oct 20 Braga  2 - 1  CD Nacional
04 Oct 20 CD Nacional  0 - 0  Belenenses
27 Sep 20 SC Farense  0 - 1  CD Nacional
19 Sep 20 CD Nacional  3 - 3  Boavista
30 Aug 20 Santa Clara  2 - 1  CD Nacional

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Clube Desportivo Nacional, commonly known as Nacional and sometimes Nacional da Madeira, is a Portuguese football club based in Funchal, on the island of Madeira.

Founded on 8 December 1910, it currently plays in the LigaPro, Portugal's second-tier division of professional football. It plays its home games at Estádio da Madeira, also known as Estádio da Choupana. Built in 1998 and named at the time Estádio Eng. Rui Alves after the current club president Rui Alves, it seats approximately 5,132 people. The stadium is located in the north of Funchal, high in the mountains of the Choupana district.

The club's home colours are black and white striped shirts with black shorts and socks. Nacional is also known for being one of the clubs that formed Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo and to honour the club's most famous player they named their youth training facilities Cristiano Ronaldo Campus Futebol.

The Alvinegros best top-tier league finish was fourth in the 2003–04 Primeira Liga season and their best participation in European competitions was in the 2009–10 UEFA Europa League after beating Zenit St. Petersburg in the play-off round and managing to secure a third place in the group stage.

Like many other Portuguese clubs, Nacional operates several sports teams outside the football team. Other sports groups within the organisation include beach soccer, boxing, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, tennis, triathlon, muay thai, padel, rallying, swimming and veterans' soccer.

Team Members
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Jaime





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Willyan




Edgar
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Joao
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Sebastian
Ayala




Diego
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Joao
Pedro



Nuno
Campos




Diogo
Coelho




Rui
Correia




Mateus
Costa



Mahmoud
Ezzat




Reginaldo
Artur



Ali
Fathy




Boubacar
Fofana




Ali
Ghazal




Saleh
Gomaa




Eduardo
Gottardi




Felipe
Lopes




Bruno
Moreira




Riccardo
Piscitelli




Miguel
Rodrigues




Mario
Rondon




Dejan
Skolnik




Kevin
Sousa



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Stadium or Home

Estádio da Madeira, formerly named Estadio Eng. Rui Alves and informally known as Estádio da Choupana is a football stadium in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal. It is currently used mostly for the home matches of C.D. Nacional, one of two Liga Sagres teams located in Funchal (The other being fierce rivals C.S. Marítimo).

The stadium is currently able to hold 5,132 people and was built as a one-stand 2,500 seat stadium in 2000, when Nacional moved in. Previously they played their home games at the local municipal stadium, the Estádio dos Barreiros.The stadium is located within the Cidade Desportiva do C.D. Nacional (C.D Nacional Sport City), which also includes training pitches and the currently under construction Cristiano Ronaldo Academy Campus, named after the club's most famous player. The Sport City is located in the north of Funchal, high in the mountains in the Choupana district.

In January 2007, after a period of construction costing €20million, the stadium was expanded to 5,132 by the opening of another stand. The stadium currently has only two all-seated stands which run the entire length of the pitch. The two ends of the field are occupied by tall fencing. On 1 June 2007 the stadium was renamed to Estádio da Madeira after the club reached an agreement with the local government to promote the region. The name also symbolises the fact that the stadium is the most modern sports venue on the island of Madeira, though not the biggest. That position is held by the municipal stadium, the Estádio dos Barreiros, home to Nacional's rivals Marítimo.

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