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What is the difference between Arouca and FC Porto?

Arouca has 4 wins 6 draws and 10 losses, while FC Porto has 18 wins, 2 draws and 0 losses so far in Primeira Liga 2021. This gives FC Porto a better result performance than Arouca.

What happened to Arouca football club?

A two-year spell in the second division for Arouca ended in May 2019 when on the last day of the season, they lost to U.D. Oliveirense and Varzim S.C. defeated Académica de Coimbra; this ended nine years in the professional leagues.

When was Arouca founded?

Founded on 25 December 1951, as a FC Porto subsidiary, Arouca spent the first five decades of its existence in the Aveiro regional leagues. In only two years (2006–08) it managed to reach the third division, being managed by television ( RTP) presenter Jorge Gabriel for a few months during that timeframe.

How many goals has Arouca scored in their last 20 matches?

Arouca has scored 19 goals in their 20 matches so far (3 goals in the last 5 matches) and has failed to score in 7 matches (35% failed-to-score). The away team, FC Porto, has scored 53 goals in their 20 matches so far (15 in the last 5) and failed to score in 0 matches (0% failed-to-score).

Is FC Porto stronger than Arouca?

We have had a closer look at both teams and here are a few notes: Arouca has played 9 matches at home; result: 3 wins, 1 draws, 5 losses. FC Porto has played 10 matches away; result: 8 wins, 2 draws, 0 losses. This means that FC Porto is the stronger team in this match playing away and can break any other analysis for this match.

How many goals has Arouca scored in their last 20 matches?

Arouca has scored 19 goals in their 20 matches so far (3 goals in the last 5 matches) and has failed to score in 7 matches (35% failed-to-score). The away team, FC Porto, has scored 53 goals in their 20 matches so far (15 in the last 5) and failed to score in 0 matches (0% failed-to-score).

What does FC Porto stand for?

FC Porto. Founded on 28 September 1893, Porto is one of the . Big Three (Portuguese: Os Três Grandes) teams in Portugal – together with Lisbon -based rivals Benfica and Sporting CP – that have appeared in every season of the Primeira Liga since its establishment in 1934. They are nicknamed Dragões (Dragons),...

Where do Porto play their home matches?

Since 2003, Porto have played their home matches at the Estádio do Dragão, which replaced the previous 51-year-old ground, the Estádio das Antas . Porto is the second most decorated team in Portugal, with 79 major trophies, of which 72 were achieved in domestic competitions.

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