Casa dos Açores in Madeira receives equipment from Santa Clara

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This afternoon, at its headquarters in Funchal, Casa dos Açores da Madeira welcomed a delegation from the Santa Clara soccer club.

On the occasion, and in the presence of several Azoreans living in Madeira, the president of Santa Clara, Ricardo Pacheco, presented the president of Madeira’s House of the Azores, Carlos Madruga da Costa, with a piece of equipment from the Azorean club bearing the name “House of the Azores”.

“It was an extremely symbolic gesture, which touched us very much,” said Carlos Madruga da Costa, “given that Santa Clara is one of the Azores’ greatest ambassadors outside the region, a mission that the Casa dos Açores da Madeira also intends to develop in the Autonomous Region of Madeira.”

“It’s a huge honor for us to welcome all the Azorean clubs to Madeira, especially a club with the history and size of Santa Clara,” he added.

Ricardo Pacheco also said that this equipment “will be a reminder of Santa Clara’s image this season, given that next season the club’s image will be different and that the club tries to be close to the Azoreans whenever possible”.

Santa Clara will face Marítimo tomorrow in a match scheduled for 8.30pm at Barreiros.

Moti Shabi
Moti Shabi
Moti Shabi

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