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Grupo Desportivo Estoril Praia is a professional Portuguese football club based in the town of Estoril, Cascais, Lisbon. Known commonly as Estoril, the club currently competes in the Primeira Liga, which is the top division in the Portuguese football pyramid. As well as their football team, Estoril also has departments within futsal and basketball.
Estoril currently play their home matches at the Estadio Antonio Coimbra da Mota, which is home to a maximum capacity of 8,000 supporters. The stadium was opened on 1 January 1939 and has been Estoril’s home since they were founded on 17 May 1939.
Both Estoril’s home strip and badge represent the beaches of the local area, with the yellow symbolizing the sun, while the blue symbolizes the Atlantic Ocean.
Estoril’s closest attempts at winning one of the biggest prizes in Portuguese football came in 1944 when they made it to the final of the Taca de Portugal. Giants Benfica stood in their way and ultimately emerged victorious as they won the final 8-0 in Lisbon. Estoril may not have won any of the three major honours in Portugal — Primeira Liga, Taca de Portugal or Taca da Liga — but they have won a number of honours during their history. They have won three Liga Portugal 2 titles in their history, first doing so in the 2003/04 season. They won the competition once again in the 2011/12 campaign, before winning it again most recently in the 2020/21 season where they were promoted along with Vizela and Arouca.
Estoril are five-time winners of the third tier of Portuguese football too, having had plenty of success in that league during the 1940s, where three of their titles came. They won the title in the 1941/42, 1943/44 and 1945/46 seasons, before winning it for a third time in the 1974/75 season. Their most recent victory in the competition came in the 2002/03 campaign. Estoril have also won the Liga Intercalar and AF Libon First Division once apiece in their history.
Estoril’s resurgence has been credited in large part to the work of Marco Silva, who led the team to promotion in his first season as manager in 2011/12 and won the league’s manager of the year in the process too. In their first season back in the top flight they went unbeaten in two matches against Sporting CP and drew 1-1 with Benfica. Silva also achieved a historic 1-0 victory away to FC Porto at the Estadio do Dragao in February 2014, a result which was Porto’s first defeat at home since 2008. He left the club at the end of the 2013/14 season to become Sporting CP manager.