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Boavista Futebol Clube is a professional Portuguese football club based in the city of Porto. Commonly referred to as Boavista, the club currently competes in the Primeira Liga, which is the top division in the Portuguese football pyramid. They are well-known across Portugal for their distinctive black and white chequered home strip, which is also referenced in the club badge.
Boavista currently plays their home matches at the Estadio do Bessa, which has been their home since the stadium was first built in 1911. It was undergone two renovations, including most recently ahead of Euro 2004. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 28,263 and went on to host three matches at Euro 2004.
Boavista is the most decorated Portuguese club outside of the “big three” of Benfica, Sporting CP and Porto — and shares the city and a rivalry with the latter and competes with them in the O Derby da Invicta.
As previously mentioned, Boavista have won more trophies than any team outside of the big three in Portugal, including being the only other team to win the Primeira Liga this century. They did so in the 2000/01 season as they edged out rivals Porto by just a single point to win the Primeira Liga and qualify for the group stage of the Champions League in the process. It was the first time in the club’s history that they had won the top division in Primeira Liga and they also went on to finish as runners-up the following season. That was one of three times that they have finished in second place, having also done so in the 1975/76 and 1998/99 seasons too.
In addition, they have also won the Taca de Portugal five times in their history, which is the biggest cup competition in the country. They first did so in back-to-back years in 1975 and 1976 when they defeated Benfica and Vitoria de Guimares in the finals, respectively. Boavista’s third success came in 1979, before then winning it another two times in the 1990s in 1992 and 1997. In addition, the club have also won the Supertaca de Portugal three times, as well as two Segunda Divisao titles and one Campeonato do Porto.
Boavista was founded on 1 August 1903 by two English brothers, Harry and Dick Lowe, making it one of the oldest football clubs in the country. They spent 39 consecutive seasons in the top flight in their history and have spent the majority of their time in the Primeira Liga since the 1969/70 season. The club have made 20 appearances in European competition during their history, broken down by three appearances in the Champions League, five in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and 12 in the UEFA Cup. However, they haven’t competed in Europe since the 2002/03 season when they were narrowly beaten by Celtic in the UEFA Cup semi-finals, denying them a place in the final against Porto.