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Timeline of Cape Verdean football

1910s1920s1930s1940s1950s1960s1970s1980s1990s2000s

1910s

1919

1919

  • CS Mindelense was the first football (soccer) club to be founded in Cape Verde

1920s

192219231929

1922

  • Mindelense became the first registered football and sports club in Cape Verde

1923

  • GS Castilho football (soccer) club established on the island of São Vicente
  • Sporting Clube da Praia football (soccer) club established, the first on the island of Santiago

1929

  • FC Derby football club established
  • Sporting Praia became a registered football club

1930s

1930193119321933193419351936193719381939

1930

1931

  • Vitória FC football club of Praia established

1936

1938

  • CS Mindelense won their first title for São Vicente after defeating Derby

1939

  • SC Santa Maria football club established, the first on Sal Island
  • Boavista Praia football club established
  • Mindelense won their second consecutive title for São Vicente after defeating Derby

1940s

1940194119421943194419451946194719481949

1940

  • Académica do Mindelo football club established
  • Mindelense won their third consecutive title for São Vicente

1941

  • Mindelense won their fourth consecutive title for São Vicente

1942

  • Mindelense won their fifth consecutive title for São Vicente

1943

  • Mindelense won their sixth consecutive title for São Vicente

1944

1945

  • SC Verdun football club of Pedra de Lume, Sal founded
  • GD Amarantes won their second consecutive title for São Viente

1946

  • Mindelense won their seventh title for São Vicente

1947

  • Mindelense won their eighth title for São Vicente eand their second consecutive

1948

  • Os Garridos football club of São Domingos on Santiago Island founded, the first outside of Praia
  • Académica do Mindelo won their first title for São Vicente

1949

  • Mindelense won their ninth title for São Vicente

1950s

19501951195219531954195519561957

1950

  • Mindelense won their tenth title for São Vicente and their second consecutive

1951

  • Mindelense won their eleventh title for São Vicente and their third consecutive

1952

  • Sport Sal Rei Club football club founded, the first on the island of Boa Vista
  • Mindelense won their twelfth title for São Vicente and their fourth consecutive title

1953

  • The first Cape Verdean colonial championships took place, Académica do Mindelo was the first champion
  • Vulcânicos, Fogo Island's first football club established

1954

  • Mindelense won their first colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1955

  • No colonial championships took place

1956

  • Sporting Clube da Boa Vista football club established
  • Sporting Clube do Porto Novo football club established
  • Mindelense won their second consecutive colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1957

No colonial championships for the next three years

1960s

1960196119621963196419651966196719681969

1960

  • Falcões do Norte football club based in Mindelo established
  • Mindelense won their third consecutive colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1961

1962

1963

  • Académica do Sal football club established
  • Boavista Praia won their only colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1964

1965

1966

  • Mindelense won their fifth colonial championship title in Cape Verde, became the only Cape Verdean club to qualify into the Portuguese Cup later in the year
  • São Lourenço FC, based in João Teves founded
    • FC Ultramarina football club based in Tarrafal de São Nicolau founded

Académico do Aeroporto do Sal football club established

1967

  • Académica do Mindelo won their last colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1968

  • Académica Praia defeated Os Garridos 21-0 which made it the highest scoring match in any of the regional championships to date
  • Mindelense won their sixth colonial championship title for Cape Verde
  • Botafogo, a football (soccer) club based in São Filipe, Fogo established
  • AD Bairro football club founded in Praia, the first to be based in a neighborhood[1]

1969

  • Sporting Praia won their last colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1970s

1970197119721973197419751976197719781979

1970

  • No colonial championships took place that season

1971

  • Mindelense won their last colonial championship title for Cape Verde, it was also the last club to compete in the 1971 Portuguese Cup

1972

  • CD Travadores won their first colonial championship title for Cape Verde
  • Celtic da Praia football club founded

1973

  • GS Castilho won their only colonial championship title for Cape Verde

1974

  • Travadores was the last colonial champion of Cape Verde

1975

  • Regional championships occurred, no two winners would elevate into the championship match as it was cancelled
  • Cape Verde declared independence from Portugal

1976

  • Fogo Island League championships established
  • Onze Estrelas football (soccer) club based in Boa Vista established
  • África Show football (soccer) club based in Rabil on Boa Vista Island founded
  • Onze Unidos football club based in Maio founded
  • CS Mindelense won their first national championship title for Cape Verde

1977

  • Barreirense football club based in Barreiro, Maio founded
  • Mindelense won their second consecutive championship title for Cape Verde
  • SC Atlético football club based in Ribeira Brava, São Nicolau founded

1978

  • Boa Vista Island League established
  • Beira-Mar football club based in Maio established
  • No national championship competition held due to that the winner of the Sotavento Islands was undecided to challenge Mindelense, the winner of the Barlavento Islands

1979

1980s

1980198119821983198419851986198719881989

1980

  • SC Morabeza football club based in Brava founded
  • Botafogo won their only national championship title

1981

1982

  • No national championship competitions took place

1983

1984

  • Tchadense football club established in Praia
  • FC Esperança football club established, since 1996, it is known as Os Sanjoanenses based in Ribeira da Prata
  • Derby FC won their first national championship title

1985

  • Santiago Island Cup founded, the first to be established in Cape Verde
  • Sporting Praia won their first national championship title[2]
  • SC Beira-Mar do Tarrafal football club founded
  • GD Varanda football club of Praia founded

1986

  • No national championship competition took place

1987

  • Boavista Praia won their first national championship title
  • Corinthians São Vicente football club based in Mindelo established

1988

1989

1990s

1990199119921993199419951996199719981999

1990

  • Desportivo de Assomada football club founded
  • Mindelense won their fifth national championship title
  • Solpontense FC in Santo Antão founded

1991

  • Sporting Praia won their second national championship title
  • São Vicente Regional Championships were not held for the season

1992

1993

1994

  • Varandinha of Tarrafal, Santiago's football club founded
  • GDRC Fiorentina do Porto Novo football club established
  • Travadores won their first national championship title

1995

  • Fogo Regional Championships interrupted due to the 1995 eruption of Pico do Fogo
  • Amabox Barceona of Tarrafal, Santiago's football club founded
  • Boavista Praia won their second national championship title

1996

  • Travadores won their second and recent national championship title for the club

1997

  • Porto Novo Cup held it sfirst edition
  • Sporting Praia won their third national championship title

1998

  • FC Praia Branca football club from São Nicolau founded
  • Mindelense won their seventh national championship title

1999

  • The Santiago Regional Championships and its cup competition were cancelled for the season
  • Sal Island Cup held its first edution
  • GD Amarantes won their only national championship title[5]

2000s

2000200120022003200420052006200720082009

2000

  • Maio and Brava Regional Championships were cancelled due to shortage of money
  • FC Derby win their second national championship title[6]
  • Sal Island SuperCup held its first edition

2001

2002

  • Spartak d'Aguadinha football club based on the island of Fogo founded
  • Sporting Praia won their fourth national championship title[8]

2003

2004

  • The Santo Antão South Zone season was cancelled
  • GD Corôa football (soccer) club based in Brava established
  • Sport Sal Rei Club won their only national championship title[10]

2005

  • Sporting Praia made their highest point totals of any regional championships with 49 points made for the Santiago South Premier Division, the national record stood for nearly eleven years
  • FC Derby won their third and recent national championship title for the club[11]
  • Not long after the end of the 2005 São Nicolau season, the association and the federation knew that FC Ultramarina and SC Atlético were fielding ineligible players in every match, all of their points were stripped and became placed 6th and last, this was the only time in West Africa that was done
  • Sporting Praia defeated Estância Baixo 13-0 which made the highest scoring championship match to date
  • CD São Pedro Apóstolo football club from Santo Antão established

2006

  • Santiago North Zone Regional Championships season were not held
  • Sporting Praia won their fifth national championship title[12]

2007

  • Sporting Praia won their sixth national championship title
  • Académica Praia won their only national cup title for Cape Verde[13]

2008

  • Estadio Municipal Arsénio Ramos in Sal Rei, Boa Vista opened
  • Sporting Praia won their seventh national championship title[14]
  • As the National Championships continued into another month having its knockout stage matches rescheduled, the national cup competitions were cancelled

2009

  • Boa Vista Island Cup held its first edition
  • Valência football (soccer) club established
  • Sporting Praia won their eighth national championship title[15]
  • Boavista Praia won their first national cup title for Cape Verde

2010s

20102011201220132014201520162017

2010

  • São Vicente Association Cup cancelled
  • Juventude da Furna football (soccer) club established
  • Boavista Praia won their recent national championship title and later their second and recent national cup title for Cape Verde[16]
  • Clubs based in the municipality of São Domingos switched from the North to the South Zone of Santiago, the only club listed Garridos would compete in the South Zone's Second Division.

2011

  • Brava football (soccer) competitions were not held
  • Santo Antão South Zone Cup were cancelled, its Super Cup were cancelled for two season due to a smaller club withdrawal
  • Onze Estrelas participated in the Boa Vista Island League for the first time
  • Mindelense won their eighth national championship title[17][18]
  • No national cup competition took place

2012

  • Complexo Desportivo Adega completed, it would be used for training grounds of Sporting and Boavista Praia[19]
  • Sporting Praia won their eighth and recent national championship title for the club[20]
  • Onze Unidos won their only national cup title

2013

  • São Vicente Association Cup cancelled for the next two seasons
  • Midelense won their ninth national championship title[21]
  • No further Cape Verdean Cup editions took place due to financial and scheduling problems
  • Sporting Praia won their only national super cup title

2014

  • Mindelense won their tenth national championship title[22]
  • The Fogo Regional Premier Division was interrupted from November 23 to December 20 due to the eruption of Pico do Fogo, the Fogo Regional Cup was also cancelled, it probably cancelled the 2013-14 Santiago South Zone Cup on the adjacent island.[23]

2015

  • Parque Real directly relegated into the Fogo Second Division, the club concede the most goals in history numbering over 100
  • Mindelense won their eleventh national championship title[24]
  • The Santo Antão Super Cup held its first edition and the next single island competition within divided association in eight years

2016

  • The first Santo Antão Cup took place
  • Académica do Porto Novo made a 60 match unbeaten streak which began in 2011 and ended on April 23, it became the longest unbeaten record in Cape Verde
  • Varandina (63 points) and Scorpion Vermelho (61 points) of the Santiago North Premier Division made their national record point total of any regional championships for the season exceeding Sporting Praia's 49 points made in 2005
  • Mindelense won their twelfth and recent national championship title[25]

2017

  • The 2016-17 Santiago North Zone championships (Premier and Second) for the second week of February which were suspended for two weeks due to that the referees needed the salaries for the 17th and the 26th rounds last season and the rounds of the season.[26]
  • Derby made a protest in April that Académica do Mindelo was using a goalkeeper with a fake identity. On April 24, the Disciplinary Council of the Cape Verdean Football Federation, removed every points that the fake goalkeeper had played totalling 11 which was 5 matches. Also their positions were dropped from first to fifth and also, their National qualification was stripped.[27]
  • Benfica Santa Cruz and some other clubs protested AJAC's round 16 win over Juventus Assomada where AJAC fielded a suspended player that that two yellow cards named Marco Aurélio. After the end of the season of the, Santiago North Premier Division, it went into uncertainty until May 11 as the Judicial Council made it official, Benfica de Santa Cruz were crowned Premier Division champions of the North Zone while AJAC was punished[28] and was officially relegated.
    Mindelense was disqualified from further playoff participation in the semis after the first leg match was not held due to that access to Estádio Orlando Rodrigues was locked as no keys were available, the match was later rescheduled, after Ultramarina appealed, the first leg was planned but was later removed, the second leg which was at Mindelo took place
  • Sporting Praia won their 10th and recent national championship title[29]

See also

References

  1. ^ "History of AD Bairro". Club website. 13 January 2014. Archived from the original on 2015-01-14.
  2. ^ "Cape Verde Islands 1985". 18 August 2016. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  3. ^ "Cape Verde Islands 1988". 18 August 2016. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  4. ^ "Cape Verde Islands 1988". 18 August 2016. Retrieved 21 February 2017.
  5. ^ Cape Verde Islands 1999
  6. ^ Cape Verde Islands 2000
  7. ^ 2001 Cape Verdean Football Championships at rsssf.com
  8. ^ 2002 Cape Verdean Football Championships at rsssf.com
  9. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-03. Retrieved 2015-07-12.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  10. ^ Cape Verde Islands 2003/04[permanent dead link]
  11. ^ Cape Verde Islands 2005[permanent dead link]
  12. ^ Cape Verde Islands 2006[permanent dead link]
  13. ^ "Cape Verde Islands 2006/07". Retrieved July 18, 2015.[permanent dead link]
  14. ^ 2008 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF
  15. ^ 2009 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF
  16. ^ "2010 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF". Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  17. ^ "2011 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF". Retrieved July 25, 2015.
  18. ^ "Treze anos depois: Mindelense é o novo campeão de Cabo Verde" [Three Years Since: Mindelense, the New Champion of Cape Verde]. Expresso das Ilhas (in Portuguese). 10 July 2011. Archived from the original on 21 September 2011. Retrieved 9 September 2017.
  19. ^ Inauguração Complexo Desportivo de Achada Grande Trás > C M Praia Archived 2013-11-07 at the Portuguese Web Archive
  20. ^ "Sporting da Praia conquista 11º título de campeão nacional" [Sporting Praia Won the 11th National Title)]. A Semana. 8 July 2012. Archived from the original on 19 October 2014. Retrieved 15 October 2014.
  21. ^ "2013 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF". Retrieved July 29, 2015.
  22. ^ "Cape Verde Islands 2013/14". Archived from the original on July 13, 2015. Retrieved July 31, 2015.
  23. ^ "Ilha do Fogo: Jogos da 3ª jornada vão realizar-se no fim-de-semana" (in Portuguese). Sapodesporto. 19 December 2014. Retrieved 19 December 2014.
  24. ^ 2015 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF
  25. ^ "2016 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF". 14 July 2016. Retrieved 6 October 2016.
  26. ^ "Futebol/Santiago Norte: Campeonato regional suspenso por não comparência dos árbitros" (in Portuguese). Inforpress. 7 February 2017. Archived from the original on 11 February 2017. Retrieved 8 February 2017.
  27. ^ "Futebol regional São Vicente:Académica do Mindelo perde título na secretaria" [São Vicente Regional: Académica do Mindelo Lost the Title by the Secretary]. Criolosport (in Portuguese). 25 April 2017. Retrieved 13 May 2017.
  28. ^ "Futebol/Santiago Norte: Conselho Jurisdicional penaliza AJAC de Calheta e Benfica de Santa Cruz vai ao Nacional" [Judicial Council Barred AJAC da Calheta and Benfica de Santa Cruz Goes to National Championships] (in Portuguese). Inforpress. 11 May 2017. Retrieved 11 May 2017.
  29. ^ "2017 Cape Verdean Football Championships at RSSSF". 17 May 2017. Retrieved 11 September 2017.