110 (3.06 per match)
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Sporting Praia, FC Boavista
Sporting Clube da Praia, winner of the 2009 Cape Verdean Football Championships
Sporting Clube da Boa Vista, winner of the Boa Vista Island League
SC Morabeza, winner of the Brava Island League
Botafogo FC, winner of the Fogo Island League
Barreirense, winner of the Maio Island League
Académico do Aeroporto, winner of the Sal Island League
Scorpion Vermelho, winner of the Santiago Island League (North)
Boavista FC (Cape Verde), runner-up of the Santiago Island League (South)
Solpontense FC, winner of the Santo Antão Island League (North)
Marítimo, winner of the Santo Antão Island League (South)
Desportivo Ribeira Brava, winner of the São Nicolau Island League
Batuque FC, winner of the São Vicente Island League
The 2010 Cape Verdean Football Championships season was the 31st of the competition of the first-tier football in Cape Verde. Its started on 8 May, slightly later than the last season and finished on 10 July, later than last year. The tournament was organized by the Federação Caboverdiana de Futebol (Cape Verdean Football Federation, FCF). It was the second consecutive time that the final featured two clubs from the same island and city, the next time it happened would be five years later. It brought the Capital Rivalry between Sporting and Boavista to the national championships. Another club of Praia named Boavista FC (Cape Verde) winning the national title breaking Sporting Praia's consecutive title wins. A month later, Boavista Praia would become the only club to win both the championship and the cup title in the same season.
Sporting Clube da Praia was again the defending team of the title. A total of 12 clubs participated in the competition, one from each island league and one who won the last season's title.
The biggest win were Sporting (2-7 defeated Ribeira Brava) and Boavista (7-1 defeated Solpontense).
Biggest win: Boavista FC 7 - 1 Solpontense (May 30)
2010 Cape Verdean Football Championships Wikipedia