The Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses is a Portuguese institution that now celebrates one hundred years of existence. The official celebration of the centenary took place on September 7, in the mythical Restelo Stadium, in Lisbon, where stars like Matateu, the star of the club, played and shone in the 1950s, and Vicente, who in the 1960s reduced Pélé to a regular player in two or three games between Portugal and Brazil in 1965 and 1966.
The highlight of the celebration was the Donuts Trophy match, played by teams of old Belenenses and Real Madrid stars. The two teams of veterans presented beautiful and dynamic football for most of the game. For Belenenses, Figueiredo, Sobrinho, Tuck and Taira, among others, showed that they continue to treat the ball as a friend. For Madrid, Roberto Carlos keeps almost all of his full shooting power, and Butragueno persists in dribbling all players he comes across. Karembeu, Amavisca and Llorente also showed good technical skills.
The Donuts Trophy, created by Bimbo Portugal, also allowed for numerous interactive moments with the enthusiastic "blues" fans present. Multiple prizes were awarded and the popular American cake was massively distributed.
At the rear, the Move Sports team went out of their way to make sure the event went as it did, that is, fantastic.