Sporting Clube de Portugal is a sports club from the Portuguese capital of Lisbon who were formed on the 1st July 1906. The club is often known as Sporting CP or Sporting Lisbon and has departments for aikido, athletics, archery, auto racing, basketball, beach soccer, billiards, boxing, canoeing, capoeira, chess, equestrianism, futsal, golf, gymnastics, handball, judo, karate, kickboxing, korfball, krav maga, painball, roller hockey, rowing, rugby union, shooting, skating, fishing, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, triathlon and water polo.
Former England boss Bobby Robson was in charge of the team in the 1993-94 season before he was replaced by the future Portugal national boss, Carlos Queiroz.
The Taça in 1995 would be the next trophy to arrive after a 2-0 victory against Maritimo with quality players such as Luís Figo, Krasimir Balakov, Ivaylo Yordanov, Emílio Peixe, Stan Valckx and Paulo Sousa in the side. It would be in the 1999-00 season that Augusto Inácio led the team to their seventeenth league title.
Leixões were seen off by a solitary Mário Jardel goal.
It was quite apparent that SCP were very proud of their heritage and sportsmen in every department at the club. Every sport was given some profile. The trophy cabinets were absolutely magnificent.