Founded on July 24, 1924, by Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique (CFM), Clube Ferroviário da Beira (CFvB) is a sports organization that promotes sports and leisure activities for the general public. Its headquarters are located at Rua João de Resende, 286, in the Maquinino neighborhood, city of Beira – Mozambique. The management of the Club is carried out by the President, Vice-presidents, and Head of departments by sports areas.
Since its inception, the CFvB has handled almost all popular sports in the country, namely Football, Futsal, Basketball, Athletics, Handball, Roller Hockey, Gymnastics, and Volleyball. Over time, the economic situation dictated the unsustainability of some modalities, causing them to sess. Currently, the CFvB operates 5 modalities, namely:
The area of Basketball is headed by Eduardo Lon, former athlete of the club, in the modalities of football and basketball, for 25 years. The technical part is coordinated by Luís Hernández, a figure who, in an unprecedented way, led the club to the conquest of 2 consecutive male senior championships. In male seniors, CFvB holds 3 national titles and 6th place in the “Africa League 2017”.
- Mozambique National Cup Champions : 2007, 2012, 2014, 2017