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|Portugal Nacional 1A||03/18 21:00||-||SC Braga v Beira Mar||L||78-71|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||03/11 18:30||-||Beira Mar v Guifoes SC||W||71-69|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||03/04 15:00||-||CD Povoa B v Beira Mar||W||71-90|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||02/25 21:30||-||Beira Mar v Barcelos||W||92-69|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||02/11 16:30||-||Casino Ginasio v Beira Mar||L||90-82|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||02/04 21:30||-||Beira Mar v Sanjoanense||W||80-68|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||02/01 21:00||-||FC Porto B v Beira Mar||W||
|Portugal Nacional 1A||01/28 18:30||-||Beira Mar v Olivais Futebol Clube||L||62-68|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||01/22 16:30||-||Clube 5Basket v Beira Mar||D||
|Portugal Nacional 1A||01/15 18:00||-||Beira Mar v Celestino Gomes Basket||W||86-55|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||01/07 15:00||-||FC Porto B v Beira Mar||D||0-0|
|Portugal Nacional 1A||12/17 18:30||-||Beira Mar v FC Gaia||W||81-76|
Sport Clube Beira-Mar (Portuguese pronunciation: [sɨˈpɔɾ ˈklub(ɨ) ˈbɐjɾɐ ˈmaɾ]) is a Portuguese sports club based in Aveiro, Portugal. Its football team currently plays in the Campeonato de Portugal, the fourth national level, having gained promotion by winning the Aveiro FA First Division 2018/19 championship season. The old Estádio Mário Duarte was the home ground from 1935 until 2019. From 2020, SC Beira-Mar plays home matches at Estádio Municipal de Aveiro. The club also has futsal, basketball, boxing, judo, handball, billiards, athletics, and paintball departments.
Famous Portuguese players who have represented the club include Eusébio, António Veloso, and António Sousa. All three players have regularly been chosen for the Portugal national team and have played for the biggest clubs in the country—the former two with Benfica and the latter with both Porto and Sporting CP. After becoming a manager, Sousa also coached the team, guiding it to win the 1999 Taça de Portugal. Sport Clube Beira-Mar is a very representative club in the Centro Region.
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Beira-Mar was founded on 1 January 1922. It first reached the top division in 1961, only lasting one season. Subsequently, Beira-Mar reached the top flight several times enjoying a spell lasting from 1971 to 1974. In the 1976–77 campaign, former S.L. Benfica and Portugal legend Eusébio signed up to play for Beira-Mar, requesting to be excluded in all matches against S.L. Benfica. Injuries prevented him from being fielded regularly, and the campaign ended in relegation.
In 1988 Beira-Mar returned to the "Primeira Divisão" managing to remain there most of the following years and achieving a best ever sixth place overall finish in the 1990/91 top league season and also reaching the Cup final. In 1999 the club again reached the Cup final, this time defeating S.C. Campomaiorense 1–0 to win the Taça de Portugal. Beira-Mar's goal was scored by Ricardo Sousa, son of coach António Sousa, who played for the club in the 1970s. Despite winning its biggest honour to date, the team was relegated at season's end.
As the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup was discontinued in 1999, Beira-Mar participated in the 1999–2000 UEFA Cup, losing 1–2 on aggregate to Dutch club Vitesse. In the domestic league, the club finished second place in the second division, automatically returning to the top flight. On 23 February 2002, Beira-Mar achieved a 3–2 away win against FC Porto, which was managed by a young José Mourinho; it would be his last home defeat in the following decade.
In 2006, former European Golden Shoe winner Mário Jardel returned to Portugal to play for Beira-Mar, signing a one-year contract. The Brazilian scored in his official debut, a 2–2 home draw against Desportivo das Aves, but gradually lost his importance in the team and later transferred to a club in Cyprus. In 2007 Beira-Mar was relegated in a campaign that included the sacking of manager Carlos Carvalhal, who was replaced by Spaniard Francisco Soler after the team signed a deal with Inverfutbol, a Spanish-based sporting company.
In 2010, Beira-Mar finished the season as second division champions and returned to the top division after a three-year absence. In 2013, the team was relegated to the second division for finishing in last place. In 2015, Beira-Mar was demoted by administrative decree to the second-lowest league of the Aveiro FA district (Associação de Futebol de Aveiro), the fifth lowest overall level in the pyramid, despite finishing tenth, due to financial difficulties and debt. According to the FA legislation, the club was found ineligible to participate in national competitions and had to restart competitive activity from the bottom in the regional levels.
Following promotions in 2016 and 2019, Beira-Mar returned to the national leagues, entering the third-tier Campeonato de Portugal for the 2019–20 season.