The 90's were very difficult times in Bermuda with many families having to return to the Acores due to the Government's policy changes in relation to work permits. The Club experienced a reduction in membership but continued to provide the social gatherings and cultural activities to promote and preserve the Portuguese Culture in Bermuda.


The Club merged with the Portuguese Cultural Association and assumed responsibility for the running of the Portuguese School in Bermuda. The Club signed a protocol with the Acorean Government in relation to the Portuguese School of Bermuda and is seen as the local Portuguese community liaison on the island.


The Club underwent a major renovation in 2007 with over 1 million dollars being spent on modernization of the facility. The Club continues to offer sporting opportunities to its members through representation in the Corona Football League, the Darts league.


The Portuguese School continues to flourish with over 30 students participating daily. In October 2010, the Club celebrated its 75th Anniversary with a Gala Dinner at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel with the famed Portuguese Band "Starlight" in attendance.




During the decades of the 70's and 80's emigration from the Acores to Bermuda grew and it was only natural that the Club's membership also grew. The Club continued to organize festivities and cultural gatherings and the ever popular Club picnics to Hawkins Island.


The Club undertook a major renovation in 1986 to rejuvenate the facilities. These were the years that the Club's football program flourished with the team earning promotion to the first division in 1978 and the creation of a youth team.


The Club dominated much of the football league winning all of the major trophies at stake. In addition to football the Club also participated in other sporting endeavors such as darts and pool. During these years, the Vasco da Gama Folklore dance group was formed and would entertain the crowds at the annual Agricultural Exhibition and Bermuda Day Parades.


The floats created for the Easter Parade and the Bermuda Day Parade were always beautiful creations and were always assured of winning awards.