Portugal Primeira liga
|Result prediction||Gil Vicente to win|
|Over/Under prediction||under 2.5 goals|
|HT / FT prediction||draw / Gil Vicente to win|
|Team to Score prediction||both teams|
|Anytime Goalscorer prediction||Fran Navarro(Gil Vicente)|
The Primeira Liga (Premier League), also known as the Liga NOS for sponsorship, is the top professional football section of the Portuguese football league system. It is organized and supervised by the Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional, also known as Liga Portugal. As of the 2014/15 season, the Primeira Liga will be contested by 18 teams, with the two lowest ranked teams relegated to the LigaPro and with the exception of the 2018/19 season being replaced by the two best non-reserve teams in the Division Worst-placed teams dropped to LigaPro following the integration of Gil Vicente into the Primeira Liga the following season. The Portuguese Football Association called for this integration to continue as soon as possible.
Founded in 1934 as an experimental league called Campeonato da Liga da Primeira Divisão, it became official in 1938 and was named Campeonato Nacional da Primeira Divisão until 1999, when it was called the Primeira Liga. Over 70 teams have participated in the Primeira Liga, but only five have been crowned champions. Among them the "Big Three" - S.L. Benfica (37 titles), Porto (28) and Sporting CP (18) have won all but two Primeira league titles; The other winners are Belenenses (1945-46) and Boavista (2000-01).
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The Primeira Liga has gained prestige in recent years, and is ranked 7th in the UEFA European Football League List from February 2017. For the first time in the 2011/12 season, he managed to get into the top five. For the first time since 1990, he overtook French League 1 football, one of the five historic European leagues. The Primeira League also reached a world ranking of fourth in the 2011 IFFHS ranking.
"The Big Three" is a nickname for the three most powerful sports clubs in Portugal. With the exception of Belenenses (1945-46) and Boavista (2000-01), only three clubs have won the Primeira League title - Benfica (37), Porto (28) and Sporting CP (18). These three clubs usually share the top three spots, appearing more often in UEFA competitions and are the only three clubs in Portugal that have never relegated.
These clubs dominate Portuguese football, and it has become typical for fans to support one of these teams as the "first club", with a local team likely, if ever, coming after that. The "Big Three" have the highest average number of viewers in each season in Portugal, while the other teams that lack the support of the natives (with the exception of Vitória de Guimarães and Braga, which are the closest supported clubs) have suffered poorly Presence. The lack of support for local teams is considered to be one of the main reasons why Portuguese football has one of the lowest ratings in the best European football championships, in addition to broadcasting almost all matches on television. In other sports, the rivalry between the big clubs is also considerable, and it usually comes to clashes between the fans and the players.
Benfica is the club with the most league, cup and league cup titles as well as most domestic titles (83) and the total titles won (84, including the Latin Cup), including consecutive European Cup trophies. Porto is the club with the most Portuguese Super Cups and international titles (7).
Sporting CP takes third place in most league and cup titles. Benfica are the only Portuguese club to win a European Cup / Uefa Champions league football title twice and to reach a European final ten times: seven European Cups and three UEFA Cup / European Championships. League title. He was also runner-up in two Intercontinental Cups. Porto is the only Portuguese club since 1987 that has won an international competition (with the exception of the UEFA Intertoto Cup) and a total of two European Cup / UEFA Champions leagues, two UEFA Cup / European Cup leagues, one European Super Cup and two Intercontinental Cups as well as a European Cup have won second in a European Cup Winners' Cup and three UEFA Super Cups. Sporting CP won a European Cup Winners' Cup and finished second in a UEFA Cup. In addition to the three big Braga won the last UEFA Intertoto Cup and was runner-up in a Uefa league football.
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