Risultati

Portogallo - Liga 3 05/01 10:00 6 [1] CD Cova da Piedade v Amora [2] W 0-1
Portogallo - Liga 3 04/23 14:00 5 [2] Amora v Caldas SC [3] L 0-1
Portogallo - Liga 3 04/16 14:00 4 [1] Amora v UD Santarem [4] L 0-1
Portogallo - Liga 3 04/09 14:00 3 [1] Amora v CD Cova da Piedade [2] L 1-2
Portogallo - Liga 3 04/03 14:00 2 [2] Caldas SC v Amora [1] W 1-3
Portogallo - Liga 3 03/20 15:00 1 [3] UD Santarem v Amora [3] D 2-2
Portogallo - Liga 3 03/05 16:00 22 [3] Torreense v Amora [5] W 0-1
Portogallo - Liga 3 02/27 11:00 21 [5] Amora v Caldas SC [6] W 2-0
Portogallo - Liga 3 02/19 11:00 20 [6] Real Sport Clube Queluz v Amora [5] W 1-2
Portogallo - Liga 3 02/13 11:00 19 [6] Amora v UD Santarem [11] W 2-0
Portogallo - Liga 3 02/09 11:00 15 [12] Oriental Dragon v Amora [7] W 2-3
Portogallo - Liga 3 02/05 15:00 18 [7] Sporting B v Amora [8] W 0-1

Stat.

 TotalIn casaFuori casa
Partite disputate 30 14 16
Wins 14 6 8
Draws 4 1 3
Losses 12 7 5
Goals for 38 16 22
Goals against 29 10 19
Clean sheets 10 6 4
Failed to score 8 5 3

Wikipedia - Amora F.C.

Amora Futebol Clube, commonly known as simply as Amora, is a Portuguese sports club from the city of Amora, Setúbal. The club was founded on the 1 May 1921 and its founders were Mário de Carvalho, Guilherme Pestana, João Baptista, Julião Garcia, Tomás Alves, António Soares, Joaquim Monteiro, Oswaldo Reuter, Guilherme Reuter, Joaquim Zacarias, Leopoldo Grilo, Carlos de Azeitão, António Policia, Álvaro dos Santos, Jacinto Caixeiro, Alberto Malacato, Tomás da Cachamouca and António Manta. It currently plays at the Estádio da Medideira which also plays host to the club's reserve and youth teams.

The club currently plays in the AF Setúbal First Division following a third-place finish in the season of 2011–12. The club has played on three occasions in the Primeira Liga from 1980–81 season until the 1982–83 season. José Mourinho's father Félix led the club to the Primeira Liga for the first time in 1980.