Sporting Clube de Goa, a professional football club, established in 1999 at Goa.
Sporting made its debut in the Indian National Football League in 2004-05 season and captured the 2nd position.
Sporting Clube de Goa were also runners-up in I-League 2nd Division in the year 2011.
Official website is http://www.sportingclubedegoa.com/
Current Team Squad
|Chinta Chandrashekar Rao||Defender||India|
|Sandesh Jhingan (on loan from Kerala Blasters FC)||Defender||India|
|Ogba Kalu Nnanna||Midfielder||Nigeria|
|Anthony Wolfe||Striker||Trinidad and Tobago|
Current Technical Staff
|Oscar Bruzon Barreras||Manager||Spain|
Sporting Clube de Goa eye Pro League after missing out on title last season
Times of India
It's never easy to win a title in Goa. There are just too many competitors but Sporting Clube will be encouraged with their youth policy. It's a policy that has got them rich dividends, winning both the under-18 and under-20 state leagues. Seven …
From ISL final to courier boy: How Milagres Gonsalves’ journey highlights India’s seasonal football problem – Sportskeeda
From ISL final to courier boy: How Milagres Gonsalves' journey highlights India's seasonal football problem
The player from Goa is the prime example of the malaise that has afflicted Goan football ever since the advent of the ISL. Big clubs like Salgaocar, Sporting Clube de Goa and Dempo have pulled out of India's top division leagues in the past few years …
Sporting Clube de Goa honour talented youngsters
The awards were presented at the hands of Sporting Head of Youth Development Shekar Kerkar, Technical Director Peter Valles, Head Coach Mateus Costa, Junior Team Manager Anthony Vaz, Physio Sandesh Gadekar, Competitions Director Angelo …
Herald: From a fan to a Gaur, Bruno cherishes his pick
NUVEM: Bruno isn't a new name in Goan football. The legendary Goan striker, who made his name on national and international platform, inspired a lot of …
Goa football on decline, players hang up boots to join courier firms, politics
Times of India
In 2012, the year Dempo SC became I-League champions for a record fifth time, the club spent approximately Rs 12 crore on player salaries alone, while rival clubs like Salgaocar FC, Churchill Brothers SC and Sporting Clube de Goa were not too far behind.