“Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I’m very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you that it is much more important than that.”
TEAMS - Men's
The Men currently have four teams setups, split between competitive league (11s & 7s - see below) and non-league teams.
All teams train and play together, every midweek and weekend, along the Lisbon <> Cascais coast.
The teams are a varying mix of nationalities, ages (18 years old+) and playing levels (from beginner to amateur), albeit the League teams have players of an elevated quality level.
The friendly non-league team plays games (7v7 or 11v11), internally between members, against other local friendly teams, or against foreign tour teams.
The Men's Veterans League members (35 years old+) play in the competitive Sideline Liga Masters 35 and Taça da Liga, which runs from October to April.
The team has a dedicated Coaching structure.
The Men's Seniors League members (18 years old+) play in the competitive amateur INATEL league, which runs from October to May.
The team has a dedicated Coach.
The Men's 7s League members (all ages) which are in 2 teams presently, play in the competitive MiniFootball 7s SuperLiga Lisboa, which runs from October to February.
Please see the latest fixtures and results of all Men's teams here.
Please follow our Club Socials on Facebook and Instagram here.
TEAMS - LADIES
The Ladies currently have two teams setups, split between amateur competitive league (7s - see below) and non-league teams.
Both teams train and play together, every midweek and weekend, along the Lisbon <> Cascais coast, and have a dedicated coaching structure.
The teams are a varying mix of nationalities, ages (18 years old+) and playing levels (from beginner to amateur).
Both league and non-league teams also play games (7v7 or 11v11), internally between members, against other local friendly teams, or against foreign tour teams.
Please see the latest fixtures and results of the Ladies team here.
Please follow our Ladies on their Instagram account here.
Our club has gone through a number of transformations since it was founded in 1865, when members of the club became the early pioneers of spreading football throughout Portugal, which has now become the principal sport that is played in Portugal.
In 1906, we made history by winning the first ever national football tournament in Portugal (forerunner to the Taça de Portugal), and thereafter until this day, we are widely regarded by many football teams in Portugal as "the source of Portuguese Football', hence our slogan in Portuguese "a fonte do futebol português". For more information on our origins, please click 'read more' below.
Today, based out of Cascais, Carcavelos and the Jamor Sports Complex (just a few kilometers west of Lisbon), our Football Club operates as a friendly and amateur team, with players that are a mixture of all ages, nationalities and levels, playing 11-a-side and 7-a-side football games against local teams up and down the country, as well as entertaining international Football Tour teams and HMS Ships' Football Teams.