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Lisbon is one of the most famous cities of Portugal and is renowned for its quality of life and their sports fans who are heavily involved in regional and national games. Football still remains the country's national sports time favorite and ensures exciting seasons and playoffs each year. The energy and mammoth fan level can be adduced by the staggering number of more than 100,000 registered Sporting Club de Portugal members. The players that play for the various national games within Portugal are also called the Lions. The Sporting de Portugal is just one of the famous trio clubs that have evaded the minds and spirits of the nation. F.C. Porto and S.L. Benfica are also well known and have a strong footing in the national games. Though there is a good and sound layout of three big clubs in the country, yet Sporting De Portugal still remains the only club with the greatest number of medals and victories in Olympic competitions worldwide as well as being one of the most notable on an European level, in the number of trophies won in every sport.
Jose Holtreman Roquette through the financial wealth of his grandfather was able to successfully lay the foundations of the club in 1902. The name given to the club in 1902 was Sport Club de Belas, which became Campo Grande Sporting Club in 1904 and eventually became the Sporting Clube de Portugal in 1906. Jose's grandfather was Alfredo Augsto das Neves Holreman who was also known as the Viscount of Alvalade. His grandfather although allowing his grandson to set the foundations of the club became the first president of the newly established regional sports club. The club has taken on a different naming nomenclature within the specific regions of the country. Within Portugal, the club is often referred to simply as Sporting. Outside Portugal, the most commonly used name of the club is Sporting Lisbon.
Various presidents of the club have tried very hard to shed this name and ensure a name that represents the interests and spirit of the nation at the international forums and events. Irrespective of the hard work in curbing the naming nomenclatures, the English-language media still uses Sporting Lisbon due to precedent and to avoid confusion with other clubs such as Sporting Braga, Sporting Covilh? and Sporting Gij?n, instead of using a more proper and accurate name like Sporting Portugal.The Sporting Club de Portugal is home to a plethora of sports including football, handball and athletics. Even with a long list of activities, football still remains the highest funded and most popular among the club and its members. Even with such a high funding in football alone, the club is second to none regarding the other sports activities. Most of the activities are coached by Olympic winners and world champions. There are stringent policies in place to ensure a very conducive and healthy environment of training and coaching at the facilities.
One of the reasons behind the immense popularity of the game is that the finalists have a chance at basking in glory at the European Champions League as well as the UEFA (United Europte Football Association) competitions. Football excellence ensures that Lisbon moves out of the nationwide arena and play in the international domain. The club's football team has won 18 championship titles, 13 cups and the former Cup Winners' Cup in 1964, their only European title.On a national level, the club has been a fierce competitor of the Portuguese League championship for the last many of years. The club was successful in hiring some great coaches and with strict and vigilant focus on sports excellence was able to surpass the regional competitors and become a strong contender for the national trophies. In 1998, the football department of the club was reorganized into a company and issued stock on the market. Since then Sporting - Sociedade Desportiva de Futebol, S.A.D. is a publicly traded company which is listed on the Euronext Lisbon stock exchange.
The club has several key international benefits that separate them from their competitors. The club not only can boast of international experts in their coaching and training departments but also about their internationally acclaimed home ground stadium the Est?dio Jos? Alvalade stadium. The stadium was built for the 2004 European Football Championship and now has become home to the club. Excluding the home ground, the club also has under its umbrella a world-class football training facility (Academia Sporting in Alcochete), which accommodated Portugal during the Euro 2004 competition, and helped to produce some of the best Portuguese players, such as Luis Figo and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Sporting's youth academy
The entire country loves football and in order to ensure that the right talent is honed and polished within their boundaries, the country has set forth an academy system that picks, trains and coaches the youth. The system allows national sports heroes to scout talent and utilize well-equipped facilities to improve the skills of the masses. The academy system in Portugal is renowned all over the world for its impact and success rate. . Some of its most notable home-bred footballers, many of them incidentally wingers, include Jo?o Moutinho and Miguel Veloso in the current squad, Paulo Futre (retired), Lu?s Figo (Inter Milan), Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani (Manchester United), as well as Lu?s Boa Morte (West Ham United) are all by products of this sytem. The long list of valuable players who developed their skills in the youth academy of the club, include other noted footballers such as Dani (retired) who played for Ajax Amsterdam, former FC Barcelona player Ricardo Quaresma (who joined Porto in 2004), Sim?o Sabrosa (Atl?tico de Madrid), Hugo Viana and Cust?dio. Sporting's youth academy was considered by Luiz Felipe Scolari (Portugal's national coach) and Jos? Pekerman (former Argentina national coach) as one of the best sports academies in the world.
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