|Full name||Vitória Sport Club|
|Ground||Estádio D. Afonso Henriques|
Vitória Sport Clube is a Portuguese football club based in the city of Guimarães, located 40 km north of Oporto. It is reported to be established in 1922. Although Vitória de Guimarães (the club abbreviation used in Portugal) never managed to win the championship or even the Portuguese cup, it is one of the most respected clubs in Portugal, playing in the last decades always at the top division, most of the times seeking for the places that grant access to the UEFA competitions. Clubs such as Parma AC, Atletico Madrid and Sparta Prague were eliminated from european competitions in ties with Guimarães. In the last two years, Vitória struggled to keep itself at the Portuguese top division (Superliga). Those years were marked by the decline of the leadership of Pimenta Machado, former president of the club. Pimenta Machado is currently being judged on processes related to embezzlement.
In 2004, a new leadership began with Vítor Magalhães (former President of Moreirense). Vitória Sport Clube plays at D. Afonso Henriques Stadium, host of the Euro 2004. Some of the players currently playing there are: Dragoner, Luis Mário and Palatsi.
Best classification achieved: 3rd place
Titles Won: Cândido de Oliveira Supercup
Home kit: white shirt and white shorts.
Away Kit: white/yellow shirt and white shorts.
|SuperLiga Galp Energia 2004/05|
Académica | Beira-Mar | Belenenses | Benfica | Boavista | Sp. Braga | Estoril-Praia | Gil Vicente | Nacional | Marítimo | Moreirense | Penafiel | Porto | Rio Ave | Sporting | U. Leiria | V. Guimarães | V. Setúbal
|Portuguese football by seasons|
|SuperLiga||Cup of Portugal||DFA'S|
|League of Honour||SuperCup Cândido de Oliveira||National teams|
|Second Division B|
(North, Centre, South)
|Youth championships||Women's championships|
(A, B, C, D, E, F, Azores)