| Beira-Mar Desportivo Clube|
Santo Antão North Zone Premier Division
Ribeira Grande, Cape Verde
Beira-Mar Desportivo Clube or Clube Desportivo Beira-Mar (Capeverdean Crioulo, ALUPEC or ALUPEK and the São Vicente Crioulo: Béra-Mar) is a football club that had played in the Premier division and plays in the Santo Antão Island League South Zone in Cape Verde. It is based in the town of Ribeira Grande in the northwestern part of the island of Santo Antão. The team recently won their first title in 2006 and entered for the first time in the National Division after the break-up into two island league zones, they would be placed in Group B and got only a single win and four points.
The club is one of the most important formed by young players. Unlike the clubs of Maio and Tarrafal, the club is not an affiliate to Aveiro, Portugal's S.C. Beira-Mar, the logo and uniforms are different. In the early 2010s, the club suffered from financial problems and the club withdrawal reduced the number of teams in the north zone. The club was relegated in mid 2014 to the regional Second Division and played for a year there. The club was first place in the Second Division in the 2014-15 season and returned to the league, the club finished 3rd behind Paulense with 15 points and four wins, the club scored 20 goals, it was the highest in the season which was tied with Paulense.
Beira-Mar (Ribeira Grande) Wikipedia
Its logo has a similar shaped white crest with the blue tag reading "C.D. Beira Mar", a blue castle with a white colored dolphin in the middle and the club's island location in the acronym "S.A." on the bottom.Santo Antão Island League (North): 1
Ribeira Grande Cup: 1
Santo Antão (North) Second Division: 1
Best position: 5th
Appearances at the Santo Antão Cup: 2
Total points: 4 (national)
Total win: 1 (national)
Total goals scored: 5 (national)
Total draw: 1 (national)
Total losses: 1 (national)