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F.C. Amares

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Futebol Clube de Amares (abbreviated as FC Amares) is a Portuguese football club based in Amares in the district of Braga. [1]

31 relations: Amares, Association football, Braga District, Braga Football Association, Portugal, Portuguese District Football Associations, Portuguese football league system, Portuguese Second Division, Portuguese Third Division, Taça de Portugal, 1990–91 Terceira Divisão, 1991–92 Terceira Divisão, 1992–93 Terceira Divisão, 1993–94 Segunda Divisão B, 1994–95 Terceira Divisão, 1995–96 Terceira Divisão, 1996–97 Terceira Divisão, 1997–98 Terceira Divisão, 1998–99 Terceira Divisão, 1999–2000 Terceira Divisão, 2000–01 Terceira Divisão, 2001–02 Terceira Divisão, 2002–03 Terceira Divisão, 2003–04 Terceira Divisão, 2005–06 Terceira Divisão, 2006–07 Terceira Divisão, 2007–08 Terceira Divisão, 2008–09 Terceira Divisão, 2009–10 Terceira Divisão, 2010–11 Terceira Divisão, 2011–12 Terceira Divisão.

Amares

Amares is a municipality in Braga District, Portugal.

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Association football

Association football, more commonly known as football or soccer, is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players with a spherical ball.

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Braga District

The district of Braga (Distrito de Braga) is a district in the northwest of Portugal.

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Braga Football Association

The Braga Football Association (Associação de Futebol de Braga, abrv. AF Braga) is the district governing body for the all football competitions in the Portuguese district of Braga since 1992.

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Portugal

Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic (República Portuguesa),In recognized minority languages of Portugal: Portugal is the oldest state in the Iberian Peninsula and one of the oldest in Europe, its territory having been continuously settled, invaded and fought over since prehistoric times.

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Portuguese District Football Associations

There are 22 district Football Associations in Portugal.

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Portuguese football league system

The Portuguese football league system consists of several leagues bound together hierarchically by promotion and relegation.

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Portuguese Second Division

The Segunda Divisão Portuguesa (English: Portuguese Second Division) was a football league in Portugal, situated at the third level of the Portuguese football league system.

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Portuguese Third Division

The Terceira Divisão Portuguesa (in English: Portuguese Third Division) was a football league in Portugal, situated at the fourth level of the Portuguese football league system.

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Taça de Portugal

The Taça de Portugal (Cup of Portugal) is an annual association football competition and the premier knockout tournament in Portuguese football.

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1990–91 Terceira Divisão

The 1990–91 Terceira Divisão season was the 41st season of the competition and the 1st season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1991–92 Terceira Divisão

The 1991–92 Terceira Divisão season was the 42nd season of the competition and the 2nd season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1992–93 Terceira Divisão

The 1992–93 Terceira Divisão season was the 43rd season of the competition and the 3rd season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1993–94 Segunda Divisão B

The 1993–94 Segunda Divisão season was the 60th season of the competition and the 44th season of recognised third-tier football in Portugal.

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1994–95 Terceira Divisão

The 1994–95 Terceira Divisão season was the 45th season of the competition and the 5th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1995–96 Terceira Divisão

The 1995–96 Terceira Divisão season was the 46th season of the competition and the 6th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1996–97 Terceira Divisão

The 1996–97 Terceira Divisão season was the 47th season of the competition and the 7th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1997–98 Terceira Divisão

The 1997–98 Terceira Divisão season was the 48th season of the competition and the 8th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1998–99 Terceira Divisão

The 1998–99 Terceira Divisão season was the 49th season of the competition and the 9th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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1999–2000 Terceira Divisão

The 1999–2000 Terceira Divisão season was the 50th season of the competition and the 10th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2000–01 Terceira Divisão

The 2000–01 Terceira Divisão season was the 51st season of the competition and the 11th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2001–02 Terceira Divisão

The 2001–02 Terceira Divisão season was the 52nd season of the competition and the 12th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2002–03 Terceira Divisão

The 2002–03 Terceira Divisão season was the 53rd season of the competition and the 13th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2003–04 Terceira Divisão

The 2003–04 Terceira Divisão season was the 54th season of the competition and the 14th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2005–06 Terceira Divisão

The 2005–06 Terceira Divisão season was the 56th season of the competition and the 16th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2006–07 Terceira Divisão

The 2006–07 Terceira Divisão season was the 57th season of the competition and the 17th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2007–08 Terceira Divisão

The 2007–08 Terceira Divisão season was the 58th season of the competition and the 18th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2008–09 Terceira Divisão

The 2008–09 Terceira Divisão season was the 59th season of the competition and the 19th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2009–10 Terceira Divisão

The 2009–10 Terceira Divisão season was the 60th season of the competition and the 20th season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2010–11 Terceira Divisão

The 2010–11 Terceira Divisão season was the 61st season of the competition and the 21st season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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2011–12 Terceira Divisão

The 2011–12 Terceira Divisão season was the 62nd season of the competition and the 22nd season of recognised fourth-tier football in Portugal.

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Redirects here:

FC Amares, Futebol Clube Amares, Futebol Clube de Amares.

References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F.C._Amares

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