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Botafogo Futebol Clube (PB)

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Botafogo Futebol Clube, usually known as Botafogo, or as Botafogo da Paraíba, is a Brazilian football club from João Pessoa, Paraíba state The club won the Série D once

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Current squad 2013
  • 3 Titles
  • 4 National competitions record
    • 41 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A record
    • 42 Copa do Brasil
  • 5 Stadium
  • 6 Rivals
  • 7 Other sports
  • 8 Logo
  • 9 Club colors
  • 10 Nickname
  • 11 Mascot
  • 12 Ultra groups
  • 13 References
  • 14 External links

History

On September 28, 1931, the club was founded at Centro de João Pessoa, João Pessoa city, by Beraldo de Oliveira, Manoel Feitosa, Livonete Pessoa, José de Melo, Edson de Moura Machado and Enock Lins, all of them Botafogo of Rio de Janeiro supporters Beraldo de Oliveira was chosen as the club's first president

In 1932, Botafogo played its first match, against São Bento The Liga Suburbana match ended in a 2–2 draw

In 1936, Botafogo won its first professional title, the Paraíba state championship

In 1976, the club disputed the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A for the first time Botafogo was eliminated in the second round, and finished in 25th position

In 1985, Botafogo finished 19th in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, which is the club's all-time best position in the competition

In 1989, Botafogo disputed Copa do Brasil's first edition The team was knocked out in the first round by Cruzeiro, after two draws, on the away goals rule the first leg, in João Pessoa was 1–1, and the second leg, in Belo Horizonte, ended 0–0

The 2011 season saw Botafogo, for the first time in their history, the club advanced to the Copa do Brasil's second round after beating Vitória 3–1 on aggregate Belo was knocked out in the second round by Caxias, after losing 4–1 on aggregate Botafogo's first national title is the Série D, which was won in 2013, when they beat Juventude in the final

Current squad 2013

  • Edson Oliveira Barreto
  • Genivaldo Wenceslau RibeiroRemerson César dos Santos"
  • André Lima Silva
  • Everton Moura Ferreira da Silva
  • Igor
  • Magno Alves do Santos
  • Walter Janúario de Paula Júnior
  • Antonielton Ferreira de Arruda
  • José Antônio Batista dos Santos
  • Marcelo Batista
  • Maicon Douglas Richene de Oliveira
  • Djavan Aulim Cândido de Souza
  • Izaías Gabriel Ramos de Oliveira
  • Leomir Soares Cruz
  • Frontini
  • Cléo Martins Costa
  • Evandro França de AraújoRafael José Leite Aidar
  • Thiago do Santos Menezes
  • Warley
  • Marcelo Vilar

Titles

Major competitions
  • Série D: 2013
  • Campeonato Paraibano 28: 1936, 1937 undefeated, 1938, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1949 undefeated, 1953 undefeated,1954, 1955, 1957 undefeated, 1968, 1969, 1970 undefeated, 1975, 1976 undefeated, 1977, 1978, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2013, 2014, 2017
  • Copa Paraíba 1: 2010
  • Torneio Início do Campeonato Paraibano 13: 1937, 1940, 1941, 1946, 1949, 1967, 1970, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1989, 1991 and 1992
Minor competitions
  • Copa Verão: 2002
  • I Torneio Carlos Pereira de Carvalho: 1972
  • Taça ACEP: 1981
  • Torneio 1° de Dezembro: 1999
  • Torneio Aloizio Lira: 1963
  • Torneio Cidade de João Pessoa: 1966
  • Torneio da Amizade João Pessoa/Campina Grande: 1955
  • Torneio da Amizade: 1963
  • Torneio Eunice Weaver: 1945
  • Torneio Extra da FPF Big Five: 1947
  • Torneio Governador Ernani Sátiro: 1971
  • Torneio Heleno Nunes: 1978
  • Torneio Paraiba/Pernambuco: 1953, 1954 and 1967
  • Torneio Paraíba/Rio Grande do Norte: 1964 and 1983
  • Torneio Paralelo involving Northeastern Region clubs not participating in the Campeonato Brasileiro: 1975
  • Torneio Quadrangular "Saudade de Nininho": 1969
  • Torneio Quadrangular Edme Tavares: 1970
  • Torneio Quadrangular Festival da Bola: 1967
  • Torneio Quadrangular Governador Ivan Bichara: 1976
  • Torneio Quadrangular Governador José Américo de Almeida: 1951 and 1955
  • Torneio Quadrangular Juscelino Kubitcheck: 1958
  • Torneio Quadrangular Prefeito Damásio Franca: 1969
  • Torneio Raiff Ramalho: 1978
  • Torneio Seletivo para a Série C Série C Qualification Tournament: 1999

National competitions record

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A record

Year Position
1976 25th
1977 57th
1978 25th
1979 38th
1980 20th
1985 19th
1986 60th

Copa do Brasil

Year Round
1989 round of 32
1998 round of 32
1999 round of 64
2000 round of 32
2001 round of 64
2002 round of 64
2003 round of 64
2004 round of 64
2006 round of 64
2011 second phase
2014 second round
2015 first round
2016 round of 16

Stadium

Estádio José Américo de Almeida Filho Main article: Almeidão

Botafogo's home matches are usually played at Almeidão stadium, which has a maximum capacity of 40,000 people Its official name is Estádio José Américo de Almeida Filho

The club also owns a training ground named CT Maravilha do Contorno The total training ground area is 10 ha

Rivals

Botafogo's most important rivals are Treze, Campinense and Auto Esporte The João Pessoa derby between Botafogo and Auto Esporte is commonly known as Botauto

Other sports

Besides football, Botafogo also has other sports sections, such as futsal and basketball

Logo

The club's logo was inspired by Botafogo of Rio de Janeiro one However, Botafogo da Paraíba's star is red The star is red because, in 1976, the radio announcer Ivan Tomaz decided that the club's logo should have the same colors of Paraíba state flag, black and red

Club colors

Botafogo's colors are red, black and white

Nickname

The club is nicknamed Belo, meaning beautiful in Portuguese This nickname was created by Antônio de Abreu e Lima, a club's counselor, after the club scored a goal considered very beautiful by him

Mascot

Botafogo da Paraíba's mascot is a sheriff

Ultra groups

  • Torcida Jovem do Botafogo TJB
  • Torcida Organizada Fogomania TOF
  • Torcida Organizada Império Alvi-Negro TOIAN

References

  1. ^ a b Club info at Botafogo PB fansite
  2. ^ a b Enciclopédia do Futebol Brasileiro, Volume 1 – Lance, Rio de Janeiro: Aretê Editorial S/A, 2001
  3. ^ a b History at Botafogo PB fansite Archived July 12, 2006, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Campeonato Paraibano at RSSSF Archived November 20, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ 1976 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A at RSSSF
  6. ^ 1985 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A at RSSSF Archived December 4, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ 1989 Copa do Brasil at RSSSF Archived August 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Templos do Futebol
  9. ^ Jokes at Botafogo PB fansite it also lists the club's most important rivals
  10. ^ "Duelo entre Bota-PB e Auto Esporte é adiado" in Portuguese Terra March 23, 2001 Retrieved April 12, 2009 
  11. ^ Futsal at Botafogo PB fansite
  12. ^ Basketball at Botafogo PB fansite
  13. ^ a b Trivia at Botafogo PB fansite
  14. ^ Arquivo de Clubes

External links

  • Official Website
  • Fansite

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