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C.F. Os Belenenses
Belenenses
Full name Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses
Nickname(s) O Belém
Azuis do Restelo
(The Blues from Restelo)
Founded 23 September 1919
Ground Estádio do Restelo
(Capacity: 19,856)
Chairman Rui Pedro Soares
Manager Silas
Current League Primeira Liga 
2017–18 Primeira Liga, 12th
Website Club home page

Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses, commonly known as Belenenses is a Portuguese sports club best known for its football team. Founded in 1919, it is one of the oldest Portuguese sports clubs. It is based in the 25,000-seat Estádio do Restelo in theBelém parish of Lisbon, hence the club name, which translates as "The ones from Belém". Among its fanbase, the club is commonly nicknamed O Belém, in reference to the neighborhood; Os Pastéis (The Pastries), in reference to a traditional Portuguese pastry originated in the parish; Azuis (Blues) or Azuis do Restelo (The Blues from Restelo), in reference to the club's color and its home ground; and A Cruz de Cristo (The Order of Christ Cross), for its emblem, or also "Os Rapazes da Praia" (The Boys of the Beach), a reference to the zone of Belém in the earlier 20 Century.

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C.F. Os Belenenses squad - 2018-19

1 Muriel · 2 Tavares · 4 Tandjigora · 5 Eduardo · 6 Sasso · 7 Licá · 8 Dálcio · 9 Caeiro · 10 Viana · 11 Ljujić · 12 Sagna · 14 L. Silva · 16 Fredy · 17 Henrique · 21 Zakarya · 23 Cleylton · 25 N. Tomás · 26 A. Santos · 37 G. Silva · 39 Mika · 44 Calila · 47 Jonathan · 50 Keita · 66 N. Coelho · 67 Reinildo · 70 Chaby · 93 Dramé · 98 Kikas ·

Primeira Liga 2018-19

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