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Sporting Goa
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Established
1999 (25 years old)

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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

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Panaji, Goa

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Indian I-League 2nd Division

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27/04 Sporting Goa 1 - 2 United Sport
21/04 Sporting Goa 0 - 1 Dempo
14/04 Maharashtra 3 - 0 Sporting Goa
11/04 Sporting Goa 4 - 3 SC Bengaluru
06/04 Sporting Goa 1 - 0 FC Bengaluru


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Sporting Clube de Goa (simply known as Sporting Goa and abbreviated as SCG) is an Indian professional football club based in Panaji, Goa. The club competes in the I-League 2, the third tier of the Indian football league system and the Goa Football League. Nicknamed "The Flaming Orange", the club was founded in 1999 as Cidade de Goa. They previously competed in the I-League, then top-flight of Indian football league system.
The club was built on the lines of Portuguese club Sporting CP and adopted a similar club crest. The club Cidade de Goa (City of Goa)
was purchased by Sporting's owner late Mr Peter Vaz and wife current
President Mrs Natalina Vaz and renamed Sporting Clube de Goa in 1999. Sporting Clube de Goa won its first Goa Football League in 2006. Since then it has clinched the title in 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2021.
Sporting Goa is the only club to have won the Super Cup without winning the league or Federation Cup.
Sporting Clube de Goa pulled out of 2016–17 I-League, citing AIFF bias against some clubs.


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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (also known as Fatorda Stadium) is a multi-purpose stadium situated in Margao, Goa, India. The venue has been used to host both international football as well as International cricket matches.
It is Goa's only international stadium and has a seating capacity of 19000 with additional 1000 in reserve. It has hosted 9 ODIs in Cricket and hosted various football tournaments including multiple Indian Super League finals, I-League, I-League 2, AFC Cup, and AFC Champions League. The venue was established in 1989 and is owned and operated by the Sports Authority of Goa. It is currently the home stadium of FC Goa. In the 2020–21 Indian Super League, it was used as one of the centralized home grounds because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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