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Club Sport Maritimo



With a focus on the development of professional players

MIAMI August 20, 2015 -- Brazilian Soccer Training Center (BSTC), the premier soccer school in Aventura, Florida with more than 20 years of experience training kids and youth in the Brazilian method of soccer, announces the development of a partnership agreement with Club Sport Marítimo, a famous Portuguese sports club with over 100 years of history. BSTC and Marítimo enter on the agreement focusing on developing professional soccer players, from child to adult, in the South Florida community.

The new partnership will include a junior exchange program, giving players the opportunity to attend private training camps/soccer clinics hosted by Marítimo’s executive staff and exposure to their prestigious international tournament, Torneio Marítimo Centenario. Teams from all across Europe, as well as soccer scouts attend the Torneio Marítimo Centenario.

About Sport Club Marítimo

Club Sport Marítimo- commonly known as Marítimo is a Portuguese sports club, founded in Funchal, Madeira, in 1910. Marítimo is best known for its football team that currently plays in the top-flight competition, the I League. Marítimo's most recent foray into European competition came in 2012, when they achieve the group stage of the Europa League. The football team has produced and featured many notable names in recent years, including Pepe of Real Madrid, Danny of FC Zenit and Nuno Valente, formerly of Everton, to name just a few. According to the ranking of the prestigious International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) Marítimo is considered the fifth best Portuguese club of this century.[4] This ranking also confirms the status of the Club Sport Marítimo as the best club in Madeira in the 21st century.



Torneio Internacional Marítimo Centenário

Tournament Overview for 2016

It was a great pleasure to be able to see our team participating in the TICM4. We received a very warm welcome and was taken care of from the start of our trip to the very last minute we left Funchal, Madeira. Our guide Adolfo, was very patient and pleasant, he made sure that we were always happy and comfortable in any arrangements whether it’s to and from the hotel to the fields, lunch, dinner or sightseeing. Communication with the entire staff, parents, coaches and host were great. Overall trip, hotel, food, service, tournament, host were all great. It was a fantastic trip. Maritimo was extremely well organized, had fair referees, and the fields were in great condition. Madeira is a very beautiful island and the people were very friendly, our players were respected and greeted in the most friendliest manner from the other players. IT WAS AN AWESOME TOURNAMENT

The tournament consisted of 24 teams in the Benjamin's Division (4 groups of 6 teams).

3 – 1 Vs Camara de Lobos (Maderia Island)

3 – 2 Vs GD Cachao (North of  Portugal)

7 – 1 Vs Dragon Force (Maderia Island – Kernel Futebol Clube do Porto)

3 – 0 Vs SL Benifica B (center of Portugal)

9 – 1 Vs GD Estreito (Maderia Island)

6 – 0 Vs FC Gois Yanaka (from Japan)

1 – 1  Vs Meo Kids Academia/94Ginasio (Central Northern of Portugal)

5 – 0 Vs AD Machico (Maderia Island) – (3rd vs  4th place game)



U11 Premier flight to Funchal, Madeira for the Torneio Internacional Maritimo Centenario. 


BSTC U11 Premier Featured in Portugal Newspaper

March 21, 2016 First day of the tournament and BSTC has two wins and 0 loses in the Torneio Internacional Marítimo Centenário. Keep up the good work BSTC!


Dyego Sousa

March 21, 2016 Dyego Sousa, forward for professional soccer Portugese soccer club Maritimo, visit BSTC during the  Torneio Internacional Marítimo Centenário

Top picture: BSTC U11 Premier with Dyego Sousa
Bottom Left: Dyego Sousa with Davide Veglia, co-owner of BSTC
Bottom Right: Dyego Sousa with Joao Moraes, co-owner of BSTC


BSTC U11 Premier Featured in Portugal Newspaper Continued....

March 24, 2016 BSTC is now in the semi-finals of the Torneio Internacional Marítimo Centenário and receiving some fantastic press along the way.  Thank you CS Maritimo.