For other people named Serginho, see Serginho.
Not to be confused with Serginho Baiano.
Sérgio Eduardo Ferreira da Cunha
Date of birth
(1972-10-15) 15 October 1972 (age 44)
Place of birth
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)
→ Juventude (loan)
→ União Madeira (loan)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Sérgio Eduardo Ferreira da Cunha (born 15 October 1972 in Rio de Janeiro), known as Serginho, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as a striker.
After playing in his country mostly for modest clubs – he represented Associação Atlética Portuguesa (RJ), Olaria Atlético Clube, América Football Club, Vitória Futebol Clube (ES) – Serginho moved at almost 22 to Portugal with C.D. Nacional, being an instrumental part in the Madeira side’s rise from levels three and two, eventually consolidating in the top division.
In 2003–04, already slowing down, Serginho still scored two goals in 19 games as Nacional qualified for the first time ever to the UEFA Cup. He then moved to the lower leagues both in his country (Esporte Clube Juventude, Universidade Estácio de Sá Futebol Clube) and Portugal (C.F. União and U.D. Santana), before retiring in 2007 at the age of 35; he was Nacional’s all-time top scorer, having netted well over 100 times in competitive matches.
Serginho represented Brazil’s under-20s at the 1991 FIFA World Youth Championship in Portugal, but appeared only once for the eventual losing finalists, featuring 15 minutes in the 5–1 quarterfinal win against South Korea.
Serginho at thefinalball.com
Serginho profile at ForaDeJogo
Serginho – FIFA competition record
Stats at Footballdatabase