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Club Sport Maritimo is a professional Portuguese football club based in the city of Funchal, Madeira. Commonly referred to as Maritimo, the club currently competes in the Primeira Liga, which is the top division in the Portuguese football pyramid. As well as football, the club also has divisions that compete in sports such as handball, volleyball, hockey and athletics.
Maritimo currently play their home matches at the Estadio do Maritimo, which has been their stadium since it opened in May 1957. Previously, they shared the ground with local rivals Nacional until 1998 when they moved to the Estadio da Madeira. The Estadio do Maritimo has a maximum capacity of 10,932 and has also hosted matches of the Portugal national football team.
Maritimo hold two records for the most victories in two regional competitions, having won the AF Madeira Championship 35 times in their history, first doing so in 1916/17 and most recently in 1972/73. In addition, they are also 26-time winners of the AF Madeira Cup, which they first won in 1946/47 and their last came in the 2017/18 season. When it comes to national honours, Maritimo are one-time winners of the Campeonato de Portugal, which they were victorious in during the 1925/26 campaign, beating Belenenses 2-0 in the final. Maritimo are also three-time champions of the Segunda Divisao, which is the third tier of Portuguese football. They won the Segunda Divisao for the first time in the 1976/77 campaign and followed that up with another success in the 1981/82 season.
In more recent times, they have made the final of the Taca de Portugal and Taca da Liga twice each, but finished as runners-up on both occasions. Maritimo made the Taca da Liga final in back-to-back seasons in 2014/15 and 2015/16 but lost both finals to Benfica. Their first Taca de Portugal final came in 1995 when they lost to a Sporting CP side featuring Luis Figo. They made it back in 2001, but it was the last of the “big three”, FC Porto, who stood in their way this time around.
Maritimo have been an ever-present in the top flight of Portuguese football since the 1985/86 season and have played just three seasons outside of the Primeira Liga since 1977/78. It is an extremely impressive achievement when you factor they only played in the second division for the first time in 1973/74 and were promoted as champions within four seasons. Their position as regulars in the Primeira Division has also led to the club competing in European competition on multiple occasions in the UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League. Although Maritimo have regularly been knocked out early on in the competition, they played their most glamourous European tie during the second round of the 1994/95 UEFA Cup when they took on Italian giants Juventus, who won 3-1 on aggregate over two legs. Maritimo has been home to full Portugal internationals Pepe, Danilo Pereira and Danny, all of whom represented the club in the early stages of their careers this century.