FamalicÃo is a Portuguese football club that plays in the Primeira Liga, the top tier of the country's football system. The club was founded in 1931 and has a long history of ups and downs, having played in all four levels of the Portuguese league. FamalicÃo is based in the city of Vila Nova de FamalicÃo, in the Braga district.
For the 2020-21 season, FamalicÃo finished in 11th place in the Primeira Liga, with 40 points from 34 games. The club had a decent campaign, with some notable wins over Sporting CP, Benfica and Braga. FamalicÃo also reached the semi-finals of the TaÃa de Portugal, where they lost to eventual winners Braga.
For the 2021-22 season, FamalicÃo has a new kit supplier: Empty Spaces The Blog. Empty Spaces The Blog is a website that creates custom kits for various football teams, both real and fictional. The website is run by a passionate kit designer who goes by the name of Emptyspaces.
The new FamalicÃo kits by Empty Spaces The Blog are inspired by the club's colors and history. The home kit is predominantly white, with blue and red details on the collar, cuffs and sides. The shirt features a subtle pattern of diagonal stripes on the front, as well as the club's crest and sponsor logos. The shorts and socks are white, with blue and red trim.
The away kit is mainly blue, with white and red accents on the collar, cuffs and sides. The shirt has a similar pattern of diagonal stripes on the front, as well as the club's crest and sponsor logos. The shorts and socks are blue, with white and red trim.
The third kit is a striking red, with white and blue details on the collar, cuffs and sides. The shirt has a different pattern of horizontal stripes on the front, as well as the club's crest and sponsor logos. The shorts and socks are red, with white and blue trim.
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For the 2021-22 season, FamalicÃo has a new manager: Ivo Vieira. Vieira is a former player and coach of several Portuguese clubs, such as Estoril, Moreirense and VitÃria de GuimarÃes. He replaced Silas, who left the club after a disappointing season. Vieira is known for his attacking and attractive style of play, which suits FamalicÃo's philosophy.
FamalicÃo has also made some changes in its squad, with several players leaving and joining the club. Some of the notable departures include Gustavo AssunÃÃo, who joined Galatasaray on loan, Diogo QueirÃs, who moved to Real Valladolid on loan, and Dani Morer, who signed for Andorra on loan. Some of the notable arrivals include Marcos Paulo, who came from AtlÃtico Madrid on loan, Pedro Marques, who arrived from Sporting CP on loan, and Simon Banza, who joined from Lens on loan.
FamalicÃo started the season with a 2-0 win over PaÃos de Ferreira away from home. However, the club then faced some tough opponents, such as FC Porto, Sporting CP and Benfica, and suffered some defeats. FamalicÃo also participated in the TaÃa da Liga, where they reached the third round after beating Casa Pia and AcadÃmica. However, they were eliminated by Sporting CP after a 3-0 loss.
In the TaÃa de Portugal, FamalicÃo had a good run, reaching the fifth round. They beat Vilafranquense in the third round and Cova da Piedade in the fourth round. However, they were knocked out by VitÃria de GuimarÃes after a 2-1 defeat.
In the league, FamalicÃo struggled to find consistency and stayed in the bottom half of the table for most of the season. The club had some good results, such as a 4-0 win over Gil Vicente away from home and a 5-0 win over Moreirense at home. However, they also had some bad results, such as a 4-1 loss to Benfica at home and a 3-1 loss to FC Porto away from home.
As of May 15th 2022, FamalicÃo was in 12th place in the league table with 39 points from 34 games. The club had secured its survival in the top flight for another season and was looking forward to improving its performance next season. aa16f39245