Benfica Vs Gil Vicente live online Portuguese Liga Coverage

Benfica Vs Gil Vicente live online Portuguese Liga Coverage
The Primeira Liga , currently named Liga ZON Sagres after their main sponsors, is the top professional association football division of the Portuguese football league system. It has a European ranking of 6th by UEFA's ranking of 2011, a World ranking of 6th by IFFHS's ranking of 2011 and a European ranking of 4th by IFFHS's ranking of 2011. The Liga ZON Sagres is presently contested by 16 clubs each season, but only five of them have won the title. Currently going into its 78th edition (counting four provisional championships in the 1930s), the competition is dominated by the nicknamed "Big Three" (Futebol Clube do Porto, Sport Lisboa e Benfica and Sporting Clube de Portugal), who have a total of 74 titles, with Clube de Futebol "Os Belenenses" and Boavista Futebol Clube winning the other two. The current champions are Futebol Clube do Porto.

Galp Energia acquired the naming rights to the league in 2002, titling the division SuperLiga Galp Energia. A four year deal with the Austrian sports betting web portal bwin was announced on 18 August 2005 amid questioning by the other gambling authorities in Portugal (the Santa Casa da Misericórdia and the Portuguese Casinos Association), who claimed to hold the exclusive rights to legal gambling games in Portuguese national territory. After holding the name Liga for the 2005–06 season, the name was changed to BWINLIGA in July 2006. From the 2008–09 season, the league has been be named Liga Sagres due to sponsorship from Sagres beer. In 2010, they renewed the sponsorship from Sagres, but also got the sponsorship from ZON Multimédia, the leading pay-tv services provider.

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