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Established
1922 (99 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estádio D. Afonso Henriques
(30,165 Capacity)

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Location
Guimarães, Portugal

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Portuguese Primeira Liga
Taca de Portugal
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26 Feb 21 Guimaraes  -  Boavista
07 Mar 21 Braga  -  Guimaraes
14 Mar 21 Guimaraes  -  Gil Vicente
21 Mar 21 Sporting CP  -  Guimaraes
03 Apr 21 Guimaraes  -  Tondela

Latest Results
21 Feb 21 F.C. Paços  2 - 1  Guimaraes
17 Feb 21 Guimaraes  2 - 2  SC Farense
13 Feb 21 Guimaraes  1 - 3  Rio Ave
08 Feb 21 Belenenses  1 - 1  Guimaraes
05 Feb 21 Benfica  0 - 0  Guimaraes

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Vitória Sport Clube, commonly known as Vitória de Guimarães, is a football club based in Guimarães, Portugal.

As a top contender to the title of fourth best supported club in Portugal, it has tried to end the favoritism of the so-called "Big Three" (Benfica, Porto and Sporting CP), maintaining good positions in the Primeira Liga, where it has finished third on four occasions, the last one in 2007–08 season.

As a rule in recent years, Vitória de Guimarães has been battling for European places, trying to place 5th or above in the league. In its history, they have won one Portuguese Cup and one Super Cup. Its main rivals are SC Braga, of the neighbouring city, with whom the club disputes the "Derby of Minho". Vitória's crest, nickname, and stadium honour Afonso Henriques, first King of Portugal and possibly a Guimarães native.

Besides football, the club has other sports sections, such as volleyball (National Champion in 2007–08), basketball (League Champion in 2006–07 and Cup Champion in 2007–08), swimming, water polo, kickboxing, judo, beach soccer, table tennis, athletics, women's futsal, among others.

Team Members
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Jubal




João
Aurélio




Jonas
Carls




Pedro
Henrique




Paolo
Hurtado




Douglas
de



Jacob
Maddox




Rafael
Miranda




Mattheus
Oliveira




Ricardo
Quaresma




Junior
Tallo




Marcos
Valente




Bruno
Varela
#1



Frederico
Venancio



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Stadium or Home

The Estádio D. Afonso Henriques (English: D. Afonso Henriques Stadium) is a football stadium in the city of Guimarães, Portugal.

The stadium is home of Guimarães's most successful team, Vitória de Guimarães, presently completing in the top-flight Portuguese Liga. The stadium was built in 1965 and was renovated and expanded in 2003 for the UEFA Euro 2004 tournament by architect Eduardo Guimarães. Estádio D. Afonso Henriques has a capacity of 30,165 and it is named after the first King of Portugal — and also a Guimarães native — Dom Afonso Henriques. It was formerly known as Estádio Municipal de Guimarães, and before that as the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques.

During Euro 2004, the stadium hosted two of the tournament's matches.

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