S.L. Benfica B

association football team club in Lisbon, Portugal

Sport Lisboa e Benfica "B", commonly known as Benfica B, is a Portuguese football club based in Seixal. It is the reserve team of S.L. Benfica.

Benfica B
Full nameSport Lisboa e Benfica "B"
Nickname(s)As Águias (The Eagles)
Os Encarnados (The Reds)
Founded1999
GroundBenfica Campus
Capacity2,720
PresidentLuís Filipe Vieira
Head coachRenato Paiva
LeagueLiga Portugal 2
2019–2014th
WebsiteClub website

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 8 October 2020[1][2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
39 FW   Portugal Henrique Araújo
40 DF   Portugal Pedro Ganchas
41 FW   Portugal Samuel Pedro
42 FW   Portugal Luís Lopes
45 GK   Japan Leobrian Kokubo
46 FW   Portugal Gerson Sousa
47 FW   Portugal Tiago Gouveia
48 FW   Portugal Jair Tavares
52 DF   Portugal Gonçalo Loureiro
55 MF   Portugal Paulo Bernardo
57 DF   Portugal Sandro Cruz
58 MF   Portugal Ronaldo Camará
60 MF   Portugal Henrique Jocú
62 DF   Portugal Fábio Baptista
63 DF   Netherlands Godfried Frimpong
No. Pos. Nation Player
64 MF   Portugal Diogo Capitão
68 MF   Portugal Rafael Brito
72 DF   Portugal Tomás Araújo
74 FW   Hungary Kevin Csoboth
78 FW   Portugal Tiago Araújo
80 FW   Brazil Daniel dos Anjos
81 MF   Montenegro Ilija Vukotić
82 DF   Portugal João Ferreira
83 GK   United States CJ dos Santos
85 FW   Portugal Umaro Embaló
87 MF   Portugal Diogo Mendes
91 DF   Brazil Morato
96 FW   Portugal Diogo Almeida
98 GK   Portugal Fábio Duarte (captain)

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
59 DF   Portugal Miguel Nóbrega (at Grasshopper until 30 June 2021)[3]
86 MF   Portugal Tiago Dantas (at Bayern Munich until 30 June 2021)[4]
89 DF   Portugal Pedro Álvaro (at Belenenses SAD until 30 June 2021)[5]
DF   Slovenia David Zec (at Rukh Lviv until 30 June 2021)[6]
No. Pos. Nation Player
DF   Argentina Germán Conti (at Atlas until 31 December 2020)[7]
DF   Nigeria Tyronne Ebuehi (at Twente until 30 June 2021)[8]
FW   Portugal Nuno Santos (at Boavista until 30 June 2021)[9]

Other players under contractEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
20 FW   Portugal José Gomes
44 MF   Slovakia Martin Chrien
No. Pos. Nation Player
75 DF   Croatia Branimir Kalaica

Coaching staffEdit

Position Name
Head coach Renato Paiva
Assistant coaches Pedro Valido
Marco Pimenta
Goalkeeping coach Gonçalo Simões
Analyst coaches Tiago Maia
Gonçalo Marques
Personal trainers Nuno Matias
Jan Schimpchen

Records and statisticsEdit

Season-to-season recordEdit

Season Div Pos Pld W D L GF GA Pts Top scorer Goals Refs
1999–2000 III 13th 38 14 6 18 53 49 48   Cláudio Oeiras 11 [10][11]
2000–2001 III 9th 38 14 11 13 58 57 57   Jorge Cordeiro 16 [12][13]
2001–2002 III 18th 38 11 11 16 35 42 44   Jorge Ribeiro 5 [14]
2002–2003 IV 3rd 34 14 14 6 47 25 56 [15]
2003–2004 IV 5th 34 15 8 11 63 48 53 [15]
2004–2005 IV 1st 34 21 9 4 71 29 72 [15]
2005–2006 III 11th 30 11 8 11 40 40 41   Vasco Firmino 5 [16][17]
2012–2013 II 7th 42 15 17 10 71 54 62   Miguel Rosa 17 [18][19]
2013–2014 II 5th 42 20 10 12 77 56 70   Funes Mori 13 [20][21]
2014–2015 II 6th 46 22 11 13 81 60 77   Rui Fonte 17 [22][23]
2015–2016 II 19th 46 15 10 21 59 64 55   Sancidino Silva 6 [24][25]
2016–2017 II 4th 42 18 9 15 56 58 63   Heriberto Tavares 11 [26][27]
2017–2018 II 13th 38 14 7 17 54 60 49   Heriberto Tavares 14 [28]
2018–2019 II 4th 34 15 7 12 47 42 52   Chris Willock 11 [29]
2019–2020 II 14th 24 7 7 10 31 35 28   Daniel dos Anjos 8 [30]
Champions Relegated

Managerial statisticsEdit

As of match played 24 October 2020. Only competitive matches are counted, including those in the Premier League International Cup.

Name Nat From To P W D L GF GA Win % Honours Refs
Alan Murray   1999 November 1999 9 4 0 5 13 12 044.44 [31][32]
José Morais   November 1999 2001 67 24 17 26 98 94 035.82 [33][34]
António Veloso   9 June 2001 2002 38 11 11 16 35 42 028.95 [35][36]
Carlos Gomes   2002 July 2004 68 28 24 16 107 72 041.18 [37][38]
João Santos   2004 2006 64 32 17 15 111 69 050.00 2004–05 Terceira Divisão [39][40]
Luís Norton de Matos   4 May 2012 30 May 2013 42 15 17 10 71 54 035.71 [41][42]
Hélder Cristóvão   3 July 2013[43] 12 May 2018 224 93 49 82 340 309 041.52 [44][45]
Bruno Lage   1 July 2018[46] 3 January 2019 15 8 3 4 15 11 053.33 [47][48]
Nélson Veríssimo (caretaker)   3 January 2019 15 January 2019 3 0 1 2 5 7 000.00 [49][50]
Renato Paiva   15 January 2019 Present 53 19 11 23 77 77 035.85 [51]

HonoursEdit

Winners: 2004–05

ReferencesEdit

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  4. Tiago Dantas loaned out
  5. Pedro Álvaro loaned out
  6. Ukrainian Premier League - Rukh Lviv players on loan
  7. Germán Conti oficializado no Atlas
  8. Tyronne Ebuehi loaned out
  9. Nuno Santos at Moreirense
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Other websitesEdit