Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses

Country Portugal Portugal
City Lisbon
Founded 1919

Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses, better known simply as Belenenses, is a Portuguese sports club based in the Belem quarter of Lisbon. Their football club currently feature in the Portuguese first division.

Belenenses were established on September 23, 1919 and started life as one of the Big Four when the Portuguese League took shape. They were the first Portuguese side to participate in the UEFA Cup.

In 1933 Belenenses were the most successful club in Portuguese with more titles and Cups than any other Portuguese clubs. They won the Portuguese League in the 1945-1946 season and are the only club other than Boavista to have done so outside the Big Three of Portuguese football (FC Porto, Sporting Lisbon, Benfica).

Belenenses have their fanbases in nations such as Brazil, Cape Verde, Belgium and Canada and have competed in the European Cup and the UEFA Cup in the past.

Belenenses play their home matches at the Estadio do Restelo that can entertain a crowd of 32,500. They bear the nicknames O Belem and The Blues From Restelo.

Some of the club major achievements include:-1 Portuguese League championships-3 Portuguese Cups

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