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 rally to hold Goan FC 1-1
The Navhind Times
DULER: Sporting Clube de Goa came from a goal down to hold new entrants Goan Football Club to a 1-1 draw in the Goa Professional League, organised by GFA and played at Duler stadium here on Monday. It was entertaining to watch Princeton Rebello …
10-man Sporting Clube hold debutant Goan FC
Sporting Clube de Goa down FC Bardez
MAPUSA: Sporting Clube de Goa registered a 7-6 win via the tie-breaker over Football Club de Bardez in the Life Cup Charity match in aid of Fr. Victor Rodrigues-Asst. Parish Priest of St Lawrence Church Agassaim, organised by All Football Lovers of Goa …
FIFA U17 World Cup: Which host venue has had the biggest attendance so far
Goa is one of the powerhouses of Indian football with top-flight clubs like Dempo S.C, Salgaocar F.C, Churchill Brothers and Sporting Clube de Goa all playing their home matches at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (also known as the 'Fatorda' stadium). The …
The Navhind Times
CURTORIM: Raia Football Club registered a comprehensive 4-0 win over Rossman Cruz SC, Nagoa-Verna in the GFA's U-14 League match played at Curtorim ground, Sunday. Reyes Cruz stole the show scoring all four goals for his team. He struck in the …
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 Goa Matches, schedule & match timings
Goa has been a venue has already hosted many big matches over the past. From the hotly contested rivalries between Goan clubs like Dempo, Sporting Clube de Goa and Churchill Brothers, and Kolkata heavyweights like East Bengal and Mohun Bagan.