The number of goals this team have scored. The number of goals this team have conceded. Goals Scored - Goals Conceded.
The average number of total goals per match. Calculated across this season. Abdullahi Ibrahim Alhassan FW 0. Giorgi Arabidze FW 0.
Kalindi Alves de Souza DF 1. Felipe Aliste Lopes DF 1. Nuno Vieira Campos DF 2. Daniel Martins Guimaraes GK 2. Cerezo Osaka Point Per Game: Empoli Point Per Game: Gillingham Point Per Game: Liverpool Point Per Game: Sevilla Point Per Game: Performance - Nacional Collapse.
MP Matches Played this season. Higher numbers indicate a stronger team. Table of teams with the highest number of matches where they conceded 0 goals.
Stats are taken from League runs only. List of teams with the highest number of matches where both teams scored. Stats from team's Domestic League runs only.
Failed to Score FTS. Matches where this team failed to score. Pita, Funchal Ilha da Madeira. Rio Ave vs Nacional. Nacional vs Santa Clara.
Against 4' Against 67' Against 76'. Sporting Braga vs Nacional. The following year, the military architect Mateus Fernandes III was sent to Funchal in order to completely modify the defensive system of the city.
Evidence of the work produced by this architect was published in the "Mapa de Mateus Fernandes" , considered to be the oldest plan of the island of Funchal.
During the 16th century, Funchal was an important stop-over for caravels travelling between the Indies and the New World. The wine culture appeared during early settlement, through the incentives from Henry the Navigator.
By the end of the 16th century, the celebrated English poet and playwright , William Shakespeare , cited the important export and notoriety of the Madeiran Malvasia castes: The growth of viticulture in Madeira expanded when the sugar industry was attacked by cheaper exports from the New World and Africa, but also from various epidemics and the after-effects of the privateer sacks.
In the 17th century, commercial treaties with England brought increased investments to a business that was still insular.
Many commercial wine-makers from England moved to the island, establishing a change in the commerce, the economy, the architectural morphology and the lifestyle of the community.
This incremental growth expanded the city with new estates, and a new merchant class that populated the urban quarters. Generally, there were many new three-floor homes with an intermediary service floor, a floor for storage and wine-cellars, and in some cases a tower to watch the port and monitor shipping in the harbour.
Various island governors and the convents participated in commercial viticulture. But, during the 19th century there were epidemics, aggravating the economy and forcing some to return to sugar plantations.
In order to maintain the level of development, many landowners tried to plant new more-resistant castes, but of an inferior quality, in order to support the industry.
The presence of these notable visitors marked a period when Funchal became a center of tourism and therapeutic health. With the formal creation of the Port of Funchal, and later the establishment of the Santa Catarina Airport, Funchal turned into a major international tourist destination supported by a series of hotels and ocean-front residences.
Funchal is located inside a natural amphitheater-shaped valley, with gentle slopes beginning at the coast which rise to meters, that provided a natural shelter for early settlers.
In addition to the urbanized area, the municipality includes the Ilhas Selvagens English: Funchal has a subtropical Mediterranean climate Köppen climate classification Csa  with even temperatures all year round.
The climate can be separated into two main seasons: Since the city rises from the sea up to altitudes of meters on its northern slopes, it is quite common to experience cloudiness, fog and rain on those northern suburbs while clear skies remain nearer to the sea.
Temperatures also tend to be slightly lower at the higher altitudes. Early summer, especially June, tends to be quite infamous due to a phenomenon where persistent cloudiness covers the entire bay area of Funchal, locally nicknamed "Funchal's helmet".
The length and severity of the rainy season varies greatly from year to year. Funchal is a cosmopolitan and panoramic city, with parks, shops and hotels.
Local communities, are administered at the civil parish levels, through their own legislative bodies and executives.
Funchal comprises ten civil parishes Portuguese: Madeira Airport , often known as Funchal Airport code: FNC , is located east of the city, in the municipality of Santa Cruz.
The airport was one of the most dangerous airports in the world [ citation needed ] due to the limited flat space in close proximity to cliffs, but the extension of the runway on concrete pillars in the sea has improved safety.
The Port of Funchal was the only major port in Madeira. Since it has been fully dedicated to passenger transport — cruise ships and ferries — and other tourist-related boats and yachts.
Today Funchal is a major tourist town, with hotels, port, and an international airport Funchal Airport FNC , located in the nearby municipality of Santa Cruz.
Besides the city of Funchal, tourist destinations include: There is also a passenger gondola lift Funchal Cable Car , that transports people from the lower section of the city to the suburb of Monte and another that runs between Monte and the Botanical Gardens.
The Episcopal see diocese of the Roman Catholic bishop of Funchal includes the entirety of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, and is a suffragan see under the Archdiocese of Lisbon.
Our Lady of the Assumption while its patron saint is Saint James. Anglican services have been held at Holy Trinity Church in Funchal Rua do Quebra Costas since , although the first recorded Protestant service took place in Funchal Baptist Church was established in Madeira in The Synagogue of Funchal was built in , but is now disused.
Together they form the Madeira derby which was first played in due to the teams being in different league levels for 7 decades.
The aims of the project is to "open" the city to artistic and cultural events. The project was born by the hand of many artists who were coordinated with the city council and decided to take it out on the streets of the Old Town, particularly in the Rua de Santa Maria.
The doors of houses, abandoned shops, deteriorated areas received a new life, in order to sensitize people, towards the art and culture that fills these spaces.
Funchal is twinned with the following cities: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the passenger ship, see MV Funchal.
Municipality in Madeira, Portugal. Location of the municipality of Funchal in the Madeiran archipelago. Roman Catholic Diocese of Funchal.