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Players

FC Porto Squad

Goalkeepers

Gonçalo Ribeiro

Portugal

18 years · ·

Cláudio Ramos

Portugal

32 years · 183 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Francisco Meixedo

Portugal

22 years · 167.6 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Samuel
# 94 Samuel

Brazil

30 years · 185.2 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Diogo Costa

Portugal

24 years · 178.6 lb · 6 ft 1 in

Defenders

Iván Marcano

Spain

36 years · 169.8 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Martim Fernandes

Portugal

18 years · ·

Gabriel Brás

Portugal

20 years · · 6 ft 0 in

João Mendes

Portugal

24 years · 145.5 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Otávio
# 31 Otávio

Brazil

22 years · 174.2 lb · 6 ft 0 in

João Mário

Portugal

24 years · 145.5 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Z. Sanusi
# 12 Z. Sanusi

Nigeria

26 years · 167.6 lb · 5 ft 11 in

J. Sánchez

Mexico

26 years · 152.1 lb · 5 ft 6 in

Zé Pedro
# 97 Zé Pedro

Portugal

26 years · 176.4 lb · 6 ft 1 in

Pepe
# 3 Pepe

Portugal

41 years · 178.6 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Wendell
# 18 Wendell

Brazil

30 years · 158.7 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Fábio Cardoso

Portugal

30 years · 180.8 lb · 6 ft 1 in

Midfielders

S. Eustáquio

Canada

27 years · 154.3 lb · 5 ft 8 in

A. Varela
# 22 A. Varela

Argentina

22 years · 160.9 lb · 5 ft 9 in

Bernardo Folha

Portugal

22 years · 160.9 lb · 5 ft 9 in

M. Grujić

Serbia

28 years · 183 lb · 6 ft 3 in

Nico González

Spain

22 years · 187.4 lb · 6 ft 2 in

Iván Jaime

Spain

23 years · 158.7 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Romário Baró

Portugal

24 years · 145.5 lb · 5 ft 10 in

André Franco

Portugal

26 years · 160.9 lb · 5 ft 9 in

Attackers

Wendel

Brazil

23 years · ·

Evanilson
# 30 Evanilson

Brazil

24 years · 176.4 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Toni Martínez

Spain

26 years · 154.3 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Gonçalo Borges

Portugal

23 years · 167.6 lb · 6 ft 0 in

Francisco Conceição

Portugal

21 years · 141.1 lb · 5 ft 6 in

Galeno
# 13 Galeno

Brazil

26 years · 145.5 lb · 5 ft 10 in

Pepê Aquino

Brazil

27 years · 152.1 lb · 5 ft 8 in

M. Taremi

Iran

31 years · 180.8 lb · 6 ft 0 in

D. Namaso
# 19 D. Namaso

England

23 years · 169.8 lb · 5 ft 11 in

Stats

FC Porto Player Statistics

NameA
Goalkeepers
Gonçalo Ribeiro 00000100000
Cláudio Ramos 11321102800000
Francisco Meixedo 00000000000
Samuel 00000200000
Diogo Costa 2585292900000001
Defenders
Iván Marcano 3695501020100
Martim Fernandes 00000000000
Gabriel Brás 00000100000
João Mendes 1924220801000
Otávio 7208800200200
João Mário 20322625115221500
Z. Sanusi 2895505310000
J. Sánchez 557146831102300
Zé Pedro 5658530810100
Pepe 1885222203011402
Wendell 1860222026242910
Fábio Cardoso 12041814411111411
Midfielders
S. Eustáquio 149726161051222200
A. Varela 18772624214323700
Bernardo Folha 00000200000
M. Grujić 28693632101100
Nico González 13832116514721700
Iván Jaime 5552151651810000
Romário Baró 17872531100000
André Franco 4361551041801100
Attackers
Wendel 00000100000
Evanilson 173323212172113501
Toni Martínez 5082051542040300
Gonçalo Borges 2721511412302200
Francisco Conceição 15642317611843910
Galeno 19702821710787400
Pepê Aquino 2498302827235400
M. Taremi 1343191459642300
D. Namaso 1971311211912100

Transfers

FC Porto Transfers

NameDateFromFee
Transfers In
Otávio
31 January 2024
31 January 2024Famalicão€ 12M
Transfers Out
J. Sánchez
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Ajax-
Francisco Conceição
01 July 2024
01 July 2024Ajax-
Gabriel Veron
01 January 2024
01 January 2024CruzeiroLoan
Nilton Varela
30 January 2024
30 January 2024Estrela-

About FC Porto

FC Porto, also known as "Futebol Clube do Porto" or simply "Porto," is a professional club based in Porto, Portugal's second-largest city. It was founded in September 1893 and has become one of the biggest and most successful sides in the country, alongside bitter rivals Benfica and Sporting CP.

Porto, nicknamed Dragões or "Dragons" in English due to the dragon on its crest, has played its home games at the Estádio do Dragão since 2003, replacing Estádio das Antas after 51 years of hosting the Portuguese giant. The team is also known as "Azuis e brancos" or the "Blue and whites" due to the iconic shirt.

The Dragons were present in the Primeira Liga's inaugural season, beating Sporting CP to the title in 1934-35 before winning an additional 17 top-flight titles before the start of the 21st century. The Portuguese giant also enjoyed tremendous success in the 2000s and 2010s, winning 11 league crowns while securing back-to-back European titles in 2003 and 2004, first lifting the UEFA Europa League before their unforgettable UEFA Champions League victory in 2003-04 — both under legendary manager Jose Mourinho.

Porto has also been the home to several talented players. This includes the likes of Deco, Pepe, Ricardo Carvalho, Fernando Gomes, Joao Pinto, and Vitor Baia. Additionally, the Dragons will forever be known as the club where Jose Mourinho, regarded as one of the greatest managers of all time, rose to prominence.

The Portuguese club enjoys a heated rivalry with fellow Primeira Liga powerhouse Benfica, with this fixture dubbed O Clássico. The league title has often been contested between these two teams, thus increasing the stakes in this match-up. Likewise, a similar sentiment exists with Lisbon's other heavyweight Sporting CP, the third and final member of the "Big Three" — the nickname given to Portugal's three biggest clubs.

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