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FC Porto and Vitoria FC are professional football clubs based in Portugal. Locally known as “Futebol Clube do Porto” and “Vitória Futebol Clube” the clubs are very popular in the Primeira Liga. FC Porto is counted among the premier three football clubs in Portugal. It has won many titles at the national level and the international level which has made it a familiar name in football. The club had a terrific record in the Primeira Liga, the top football division in Portuguese football league system, having won the league a total number of twenty seven times. Vitoria FC has three Portuguese League Cup titles, although it has not won the Primeira Liga. Get FC Porto vs Vitoria FC tickets to watch an exciting game of football between the two club football teams.
FC Porto is a much older club than Vitoria FC. It was formed in 1893 and was the founding member of the Primeria Liga when it was established in 1933. Since the club has been playing football, it has amassed sixty seven national titles and seven international titles, taking its total title count to seventy four. This is the highest number of titles any club from Portugal has ever won. In the Primeria Liga, FC Porto had a particularly successful run from 2004 -2009, when they won the league five times consecutively. To further add to their credentials, the club has won the Portuguese Cup sixteen times and the Portuguese Supercup twenty times. However, it wasn’t until 2003, that FC Porto emerged on the international front as an outstanding team. Under the management of veteran campaigner, José Mourinho, FC Porto won their first UEFA Cup. In the same year they also won the Primeria Liga and the Portuguese Cup to go along with their UEFA Cup, marking the first treble in their history.
Vitoria FC which hails from the Portuguese city of Setúbalwas formed in 1910. Their first title came in 1964, when they defeated Benfica, also counted among the “Três Grandes”, to lift the Cup of Portugal. Their second cup win came three years later in 1967, when they beat Académica de Coimbra by three goals to two in a thrilling game that needed extra time to produce a result. Vitoria FC faced some difficulties in the ensuing years and saw a title drought. It was in 2004, that they repeated history and won their third Portuguese cup, again winning against favorites Benfica. They ended up with the twelfth place in the Primeria Liga’s season that concluded in 2012.Vitoria will head into the game with José Couceiro as their manager.
The game between the two sides will be played at DragaoStadiumon or the Dragon Stadium, the home of FC Porto. Having been ranked by UEFA as a five star stadium, it has served as Porto’s home ground since its construction in 2003. The stadium has a capacity of over fifty thousand and had a hefty construction cost of nearly ninety eight million Euros associated with it. The stadium’s name coincides with the nickname of FC Porto, who are also called the Dragons. Interestingly, it was at this stadium where Lionel Messi, at that time sixteen years old played his very first game representing Barcelona. The Dragon Stadium has hosted games of the UEFA Euro tournament along with many concerts as well. The stadium has hosted a concert by The Rolling Stones and Coldplay.
Vitoria FC will be dressed in white and green, while FC Porto will be sporting their blue and white colors. Porto will be under the guidance of Paulo Fonseca, who took over the role of manager earlier this year in June. Get FC Porto vs Vitoria FC tickets as Vitoria tries to settle the score as Porto managed to get away with a win in their last Liga encounter.