S.C. Braga

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Sporting Braga
Club Name Sporting Clube de Braga
Nickname(s) Os Arcebispos (The Archbishops)
Os Arsenalistas (The Arsenalists)
Minhotos (Those from Minho)
Os Guerreiros do Minho (Minho Warriors)
Founded 1921
Stadium Estádio Municipal de Braga
Manager Portugal José Peseiro
Division PrimeiraLiga.png Primeira Liga

S.C. Braga, commonly known as Braga, is a Portuguese football club. In the 2000s, the club gradually became one of Portugal's most successful clubs after the Big Three, and they have also competed with relative success in European competitions, winning the last ever UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2008.

[edit] PES 2012

They appeared as an unlicensed team named Bresigne.

[edit] Current Squad

Pos. Name Information
GK.png PortugalFlag.png Beto (Goalkeeper)
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Douglao
CMF.png BrazilFlag.png Paulo Vinicius
DMF.png BrazilFlag.png Leandro Salino
LB.png BrazilFlag.png Ismaily
DMF.png PortugalFlag.png Custodio
CMF.png PortugalFlag.png Hugo Viana
RWF.png BrazilFlag.png Alan CAPTAIN
CMF.png PortugalFlag.png Ruben Amorim
AMF.png BrazilFlag.png Mossoro
CF.png BrazilFlag.png Carlao
GK.png PortugalFlag.png Quim
CB.png GermanyFlag.png Maximilian Haas
CB.png PortugalFlag.png Nuno Andre Coelho
RB.png BrazilFlag.png Baiano
LB.png NigeriaFlag.png Uwa Elderson Echiejile
AMF.png PortugalFlag.png Ruben Micael
SS.png PortugalFlag.png Helder Barbosa
CF.png PortugalFlag.png Eder
CF.png PortugalFlag.png Yazalde
CF.png CapeVerdeFlag.png Ze Luis
CF.png BrazilFlag.png Paulo Cesar
CF.png BrazilFlag.png Michel Souza da Silva
GK.png PortugalFlag.png Cristiano Pereira Figueiredo
DMF.png LibyaFlag.png Djamal Mahamat
CF.png BrazilFlag.png Manoel

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