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And a short while ago Liga 1 was played to a finish. Arouca put Rio Ave out of their misery, a 2-0 away victory completed a comprehensive 5-0 aggregate thrashing.

Google is my friend ...... Arouca is the home of the worlds longest [516m] pedestrian suspension bridge. Thumbs Up
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Yes, Olhanense fell at the last hurdle. Failing to score in four of their six matches was indeed their weak point.

In the other group, Louletano beat Moncarapachense 1-0 in a meaningless match. That group was won by Oriental Dragon after a draw with Sporting B.

So, on the face of it, Olhanense, Louletano, Moncarapachense and Lagos will be in Ligue Four next season along with Imortal and no doubt a host of clubs from the Lisbon area.

We shall see when the fixtures come out early in August.

That suspension bridge near Arouca by the way is apparently very scary and costs €12 to walk across. It is 175 metres above ground level.



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Some good news for next season is a small increase in the number of clubs across the Algarve. We don't yet know 100% what the formats of the leagues will be.

Armacanenses (Armação de Pêra) are back with us. Also, if I read correctly, two new clubs namely Associação Académica da Bela Vista and Associação Desportiva Geração de Génios. It's not clear whethere the latter are adult or age-group only.

No doubt more will surface as the weeks go on. The Algarve League season start date is not yet known but will be around the third week of September. The national leagues begin in August.

Something else to look forward to and for two of which tickets (if on sale) ought be readily available, are three internationals at the Algarve Stadium :

Portgual v Ireland Wednesday 1st September World Cup 2022 qualifier
Portugal v Luxembourg Tuesday 12th October World Cup 2022 qualifer
Portugal v Qatar Saturday 9th October friendly

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As an Ireland supporter I will watch that September 1st match from behind a couch with fear and hope in equal measure.
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