Lucas França

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Lucas França
Surname Lucas Oliveira de França
birthday January 19, 1996
place of birth São PauloBrazil
size 194 cm
position goalkeeper
Years station
0000–2011 Centro Sportivo Paraibano
2011-2016 Cruzeiro Belo Horizonte
Years station Games (goals) 1
2016– Cruzeiro Belo Horizonte 3 (0)
2018-2019 →  Nacional Funchal  (loan) 7 (0)
2019-2020 →  Ceará SC  (loan) 1 (0)
1 Only league games are given.
As of April 2, 2020

Lucas Oliveira de França , called Lucas França , (born January 19, 1996 in São Paulo ) is a Brazilian football player .


Lucas França was born in São Paulo and grew up in Alhandra . In the Centro Sportivo Paraibano in João Pessoa , which is 46 kilometers from Alhandra, he began playing football on clay. At the age of 15, França moved to the junior division of Cruzeiro Belo Horizonte . Here he made the leap into the professional squad in 2016. França got her first appearance for the A-squad of Cruzeiro in the Série A in the 2016 season . In the away game against Corinthians São Paulo on August 9, 2016, he was in the starting line-up. In the season he came to two more missions. Due to the injury of the nominally first goalkeeper Fábio he was then still regularly in the squad. It was only in the Primeira Liga do Brasil 2017 that he played another role. When Cruzeiro won the Copa do Brasil 2017 , França was in the squad several times, but did not make any appearances.

At the beginning of August 2018, França was loaned to Nacional Funchal for a year in order to gain further experience. França played his first competitive game for Nacional in the Primeira Liga on matchday six of the 2018/19 season . In the home game against CD Santa Clara on September 30, 2018, he was in the starting line-up. With the end of the season came the end of the loan business and França returned to Brazil. Another loan deal was fixed in July. He came to Ceará SC until the end of the 2020 state championship . He returned to Cruzeiro at the end of May 2020 without further appearances in the state championship.



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Individual evidence

  1. Jugendzeit , report on from August 2016, page in portug., Accessed on October 5, 2017
  2. First professional game for Cruzeiro , match report on, accessed on October 5, 2017
  3. Primeira Liga 2017, match report on, accessed on October 5, 2017
  4. ↑ On loan to Nacional Funchal , report on of August 3, 2018, page in portug., Accessed on August 7, 2018
  5. First Primeira Liga game , match report on, accessed on January 9, 2019
  6. ↑ On loan to Ceará , report on from July 12, 2019, page in portug., Accessed on December 19, 2019
  7. End of loan Ceará , report on from June 1, 2020, page in portug., Accessed on June 15, 2020