Belenenses SAD Tryouts & Club Guide: History, Stadium, Players, and More!

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Belenenses SAD, also known as B-SAD, is a Portuguese football club from Lisbon, Portugal. The club competes in the Primeira Liga, the top flight of Portuguese football.

Belenenses SAD Youth Development System

At the time of this writing, Belenenses SAD has no information on academy recruitment or trials. Please come back to this page at a later date while we monitor this club for upcoming recruitment and trial opportunities or click here to visit their official news section.


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Belenenses SAD History

On July 1, 1999, the historic football club C.F. Os Belenenses established the SAD, which stands for Sociedade Anónima Desportiva and translates to “Public limited sports business,” in order to manage its professional football division. In 2012, while both the club and the SAD were experiencing tremendous financial difficulties, the members of the club voted to sell 51% of its SAD to an investor lead by Rui Pedro Soares who was representing Codecity.

In addition to the acquisition of the stock, a parasocial contract was made in which the founding club was able to preserve certain rights, such as the power to veto some decisions made by the SAD and the ability to buy its stock back at any time. In addition, a protocol was reached that would govern the nature of the relationship between the Club and the SAD. The club would hold on to ten percent of the SAD supplies.

Because they were accomplished prior to the formation of the SAD in 1999, Belenenses’ historic accomplishments, including as the victory in the 1945–46 Campeonato Nacional, its three Tacas de Portugal and three Campeonatos de Portugal, exclusively belong the Club. The Club formed its very own football squad, which began competing in the several regional competitions organized by the Lisbon FA beginning with the 2018–19 season.


The National Stadium Sports Complex (Portuguese: Complexo Desportivo do Estádio Nacional/Complexo Desportivo do Jamor) is a national football stadium that has been used by the Portugal national team and by Belenenses SAD since 2018. It is also known as Jamor Sports Complex.

It may be found in the Algés, Linda-a-Velha, and Cruz Quebrada-Dafundo civil parishes, which belong to the Oeiras municipality, which is situated in the western section of the Lisbon District.