Diferenças entre edições de "Campeonato de Portugal"

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m (denominação antiga para a Taça de Portugal)
The '''Campeonato de Portugal''' (Championship of Portugal) was a main [[Portugal|Portuguese]] national [[Association football|football]] [[Single-elimination tournament|knockout]] competition. First held in 1922, it determined the Portuguese national champion and awarded the winning team with the same trophy that is currently awarded to the Portuguese Cup winners (although the Championship of Portugal titles don't count as Portuguese Cup titles and the winners of the Championship of Portugal no longer count as Portuguese football champions). In the 1938–39 season, the Taça de Portugal (Portuguese Cup) was created and the tournament quickly became the second-most important in Portugal.
#REDIRECIONAMENTO [[Taça de Portugal]]
 
==History==
 
The first incarnation of the Portuguese Cup was in 1912, but very few clubs could participate and thus it was not a regular competition, the fact which ended it in 1918, the Portuguese Federation doesn't take in account its existence. It was named '''Taça do Império''' since S.C. Império organized it (do not confuse with Taça Império, which was the trophy of the inaugural game at the [[Estádio Nacional|National Stadium]] where the Champion and the Cup winner played against each other). In 1922 the '''Championship of Portugal''' (Campeonato de Portugal) was created and was played every season with all the clubs participating in elimination rounds, the winners were named Champions of Portugal (although the winners of the Championship of Portugal no longer count as Portuguese football champions) and it was the primary tournament in Portugal, until the creation of the round-robin competition in the middle 1930s. With the success of this competition and the beginning of the recently created and official Portuguese Championship, in the 1938–39 season the Taça de Portugal (Portuguese Cup) was created and the tournament quickly became the second-most important in Portugal.
 
[[FC Porto]] and [[Sporting CP|Sporting]] hold the record of 4 trophies on this competition.
 
==List of winners==
 
===Campeonato de Portugal (1922 – 1938)===
 
{| class="wikitable" width=100% style="text-align: center"
|- bgcolor=#e0e0e0
|
|'''Season'''
|'''Winner'''
|'''Score'''
|'''Runner-up'''
|'''Date'''
|'''Venue'''
|-
|rowspan=3 bgcolor=blue| 
|rowspan=3|[[1922 Campeonato de Portugal|1922]]
|rowspan=3|'''[[F.C. Porto|Porto]]'''
|2 – 1
|rowspan=3|[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
|align=left|June 4, 1922
|[[Campo da Constituição]], [[Porto]]
|-
|0 – 2
|align=left|June 11, 1922
|[[Estádio do Campo Grande|Campo Grande]], [[Lisbon]]
|-
|3 – 1 [[Extra time|aet]]
|align=left|June 18, 1922
|[[Estádio do Bessa]], [[Porto]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
|bgcolor=green| 
|1922–23
|'''[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]'''
|3 – 0
|[[Associação Académica de Coimbra - O.A.F.|Académica de Coimbra]]
|align=left|June 24, 1923
|[[Estádio de São Luís|Santo Estádio]], [[Faro, Portugal|Faro]]
|-
|bgcolor=black| 
|1923–24
|'''[[S.C. Olhanense|Olhanense]]'''
|4 – 2
|[[F.C. Porto|Porto]]
|align=left|June 8, 1924
|[[Estádio do Campo Grande|Campo Grande]], [[Lisbon]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
|bgcolor=blue| 
|1924–25
|'''[[F.C. Porto|Porto]]''' (2)
|2 – 1
|[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
|align=left|June 28, 1925
|[[Campo de Monserrate]], [[Viana do Castelo, Portugal|Viana do Castelo]]
|-
| style="background:lightgreen;"| 
|1925–26
|'''[[C.S. Marítimo|Marítimo]]'''
|2 – 0<ref>Belenenses walked off in the 50th minute to protest the officiating.</ref>
|[[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]
|align=left|June 6, 1926
|[[Campo do Ameal]], [[Porto]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
| style="background:lightblue;"|&nbsp;
|1926–27
|'''[[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]'''
|3 – 0
|[[Vitória F.C.|Vitória de Setúbal]]
|align=left|June 12, 1927
|[[Estádio do Lumiar]], [[Lisbon]]
|-
|bgcolor=yellow|&nbsp;
|1927–28
|'''[[Atlético Clube de Portugal|Carcavelinhos]]'''
|3 – 1
|[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
|align=left|June 30, 1928
|[[Campo de Palhavã]], [[Lisbon]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
| style="background:lightblue;"|&nbsp;
|1928–29
|'''[[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]''' (2)
|3 – 1
|[[Atlético Clube de Portugal|União de Lisboa]]
|align=left|June 16, 1929
|[[Campo de Palhavã]], [[Lisbon]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
|colspan=7|'''Two-legged matches from round of 16 to semi-finals'''
|-
|bgcolor=red|&nbsp;
|1929–30
|'''[[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]]'''
|3 – 1 [[Extra time|aet]]
|[[F.C. Barreirense|Barreirense]]
|align=left|June 1, 1930
|[[Estádio do Campo Grande|Campo Grande]], [[Lisbon]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
|bgcolor=red|&nbsp;
|1930–31
|'''[[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]]''' (2)
|3 – 0
|[[F.C. Porto|Porto]]
|align=left|June 28, 1931
|[[Campo do Arnado]], [[Coimbra]]
|-
|rowspan=2 bgcolor=blue|&nbsp;
|rowspan=2|1931–32
|rowspan=2|'''[[F.C. Porto|Porto]]''' (3)
|4 – 4 [[Extra time|aet]]
|rowspan=2|[[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]
|align=left|June 30, 1932
|[[Campo do Arnado]], [[Coimbra]]
|-
|2 – 1
|align=left|July 17, 1932
|[[Campo do Arnado]], [[Coimbra]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
| style="background:lightblue;"|&nbsp;
|1932–33
|'''[[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]''' (3)
|3 – 1
|[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
|align=left|July 2, 1933
|[[Estádio do Lumiar]], [[Lisbon]]
|-
|bgcolor=green|&nbsp;
|1933–34
|'''[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]''' (2)
|4 – 3 [[Extra time|aet]]
|[[F.C. Barreirense|Barreirense]]
|align=left|July 8, 1934
|[[Estádio do Lumiar]], [[Lisbon]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
|bgcolor=red|&nbsp;
|1934–35
|'''[[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]]''' (3)
|2 – 1
|[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
|align=left|June 30, 1935
|[[Estádio do Lumiar]], [[Lisbon]]
|-
|bgcolor=green|&nbsp;
|1935–36
|'''[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]''' (3)
|3 – 1
|[[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]
|align=left|July 7, 1936
|[[Estádio do Lumiar]], [[Lisbon]]
|- bgcolor=#f2f2f2
|bgcolor=blue|&nbsp;
|1936–37
|'''[[F.C. Porto|Porto]]''' (4)
|3 – 2
|[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
|align=left|July 4, 1937
|[[Campo do Arnado]], [[Coimbra]]
|-
|bgcolor=green|&nbsp;
|1937–38
|'''[[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]''' (4)
|3 – 1
|[[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]]
|align=left|June 26, 1938
|[[Estádio do Lumiar]], [[Lisbon]]
|}
 
===Performance by club===
{| class="wikitable" width=100% style="text-align: center"
|- bgcolor=#a3b0bf
| '''Club'''
| '''Winners'''
| '''Runners-up'''
| '''Winning Years and <span style="color:red;">Runner-Up Years<span style="color:black;">'''
|- bgcolor=#F0F8FF
| [[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP]]
| 4
| <span style="color:red;">6
| align=left|<span style="color:red;">1922<span style="color:black;">, 1923, <span style="color:red;">1925<span style="color:black;">, <span style="color:red;">1928<span style="color:black;">, <span style="color:red;">1933<span style="color:black;">, 1934, <span style="color:red;">1935<span style="color:black;">, 1936, <span style="color:red;">1937<span style="color:black;">, 1938
|- bgcolor=#f1f5fc
| [[F.C. Porto|Porto]]
| 4
| <span style="color:red;">2
| align=left|1922, <span style="color:red;">1924<span style="color:black;">, 1925, <span style="color:red;">1931<span style="color:black;">, 1932, 1937
|- bgcolor=#F0F8FF
| [[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses]]
| 3
| <span style="color:red;">3
| align=left|<span style="color:red;">1926<span style="color:black;">, 1927, 1929, <span style="color:red;">1932<span style="color:black;">, 1933, <span style="color:red;">1936<span style="color:black;">
|- bgcolor=#f1f5fc
| [[S.L. Benfica|Benfica]]
| 3
| <span style="color:red;">1
| align=left|1930, 1931, 1935, <span style="color:red;">1938<span style="color:black;">
|- bgcolor=#F0F8FF
| [[S.C. Olhanense|Olhanense]]
| 1
| <span style="color:red;">-
| align=left|1924
|- bgcolor=#f1f5fc
| [[C.S. Marítimo|Marítimo]]
| 1
| <span style="color:red;">-
| align=left|1926
|- bgcolor=#F0F8FF
| [[Atlético Clube de Portugal|Carcavelinhos]]
| 1
| <span style="color:red;">-
| align=left|1928
|- bgcolor=#f1f5fc
| [[F.C. Barreirense|Barreirense]]
| -
| <span style="color:red;">2
| align=left|<span style="color:red;">1930<span style="color:black;">, <span style="color:red;">1934<span style="color:black;">
|- bgcolor=#F0F8FF
| [[Associação Académica de Coimbra - O.A.F.|Académica de Coimbra]]
| -
| <span style="color:red;">1
| align=left|<span style="color:red;">1923<span style="color:black;">
|- bgcolor=#f1f5fc
| [[Vitória F.C.|Vitória de Setúbal]]
| -
| <span style="color:red;">1
| align=left|<span style="color:red;">1927<span style="color:black;">
|- bgcolor=#F0F8FF
| [[Atlético Clube de Portugal|União de Lisboa]]
| -
| <span style="color:red;">1
| align=left|<span style="color:red;">1929<span style="color:black;">
|}
 
===Total titles won by city===
7 clubs have won the Campeonato de Portugal, from a total of 4 cities.
{| class="wikitable"
|-
! City
! Number of Titles
! Clubs
|-
| [[Image:LSB.png|30px]] [[Lisbon]]
| <center>11
| [[Sporting Clube de Portugal|Sporting CP (4)]], [[C.F. Os Belenenses|Belenenses (3)]], [[S.L. Benfica|Benfica (3)]], [[Atlético Clube de Portugal|Carcavelinhos (1)]]
|-
| [[Image:PRT.png|30px]] [[Porto]]
| <center>{{0}}4
| [[F.C. Porto|FC Porto (4)]]
|-
| [[Image:OLH2.png|30px]] [[Olhão]]
| <center>{{0}}1
| [[S.C. Olhanense|Olhanense (1)]]
|-
| [[Image:FNC.png|30px]] [[Funchal]]
| <center>{{0}}1
| [[C.S. Marítimo|Marítimo (1)]]
|-
|}
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