FC Pacos de Ferreira is a Portuguese football based in Pacos de Ferreira, Porto district. Founded in 1950, it currently plays in the Portuguese first division, holding home games at the 5,172-seat capacity Mata Real, where the team has been based since 1973. Club colours are yellow and green. Having won the second division league three times, and achieving in 2006-07's top flight its first ever qualification for the UEFA Cup, Pacos de Ferreira has a curious habit of playing Spanish side Celta de Vigo every pre-season. The origin of the club dates back to the 1930s, when it was named Sport Club Pacense. It played two decades without any official recognition until it began playing in the lower divisions in the 1950s, under the...'
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