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1935–36 Primeira Liga

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1935–36 Primeira Liga

Primeira Liga
Season 1935–36
Champions S.L. Benfica
Matches played 112
Goals scored 240 (2.14 per match)
Biggest home win Porto 10-1 Sporting CP
Biggest away win Sporting CP 6-1 Académica de Coimbra
Highest scoring Porto 10-1 Sporting CP

The 1935–36 Primeira Liga season was the 2nd season of top-tier football in Portugal. This was experimental competition and the winners of that competition were named "League champions". The Portuguese Championship instead defined the Portuguese champion.

Overview

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Académica
Vitória Set.
Location of teams in the 1935–36 Liga

It was contested by 8 teams, and S.L. Benfica won the championship.

League standings

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1 Benfica (C) 14 8 5 1 44 23 +21 21
2 Porto 14 9 2 3 50 18 +32 20
3 Sporting CP 14 8 2 4 41 31 +10 18
4 Belenenses 14 7 3 4 28 22 +6 17
5 Vitória de Setúbal 14 7 2 5 32 26 +6 16
6 Boavista (R) 14 4 3 7 24 39 −15 11
7 Carcavelinhos 14 1 4 9 8 30 −22 6
8 Académica 14 1 1 12 13 51 −38 3
1935–36 I Liga Winners

SL Benfica
1st Title

References

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