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Campeonato Paulista

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The Campeonato Paulista Série A1, commonly known as Campeonato Paulista, nicknamed Paulistão and officially named Campeonato Paulista Chevrolet for sponsorship reasons, is the top-flight professional football league in the Brazilian state of São Paulo Run by the FPF, the league is contested between 16 clubs and typically lasts from January to April Rivalries amongst four of the most well-known Brazilian teams Corinthians, Palmeiras, Santos and São Paulo has marked the history of the competition The Campeonato Paulista is the oldest established league in Brazil, being held since 1902 and professionally since 1933

Contents

  • 1 Format
  • 2 History
    • 21 Founding
    • 22 1910s–1930s
    • 23 Modern era
  • 3 Clubs
  • 4 Past tournaments
    • 41 Winners and goalscorers
    • 42 Titles by club
  • 5 Campeonato Paulista do Interior
    • 51 Format
    • 52 Past tournaments
      • 521 Winners
    • 53 Titles by club
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Format

Campeonato Paulista is held annually by the Federação Paulista de Futebol São Paulo State Football Federation, or FPF, amongst teams residing within the state of São Paulo Twenty clubs compete in the highest level of the championship Série A1 In a new format for 2007, each team plays the other once in a round-robin format followed by four team playoff with home-and-away series In addition, teams that finish the regular season in places 5 through 8 that do not reside within the city of São Paulo or Santos will compete in a playoff for the title of "Campeão do Interior" Upstate Champion The four lowest placed teams are relegated to the lower competition Série A2 for the following year

Série A2 is competed by 20 teams in three separate phases In Phase One, the teams are split into two groups, playing each other twice in a home-and-home series The bottom two from each group are relegated to Série A3; the top four advance to Phase Two Phase two consists of the eight advancing teams organized into groups, repeating the home-and-home series within the group The top two placed teams from each group are promoted to Série A1; each top team advances to Phase Three, a single championship game to determine the tournament winner

Série A3 consists of 20 teams competing in a three phase format similar to Série A2 Promotion and relegation rules are the same as in this higher level

The Second Division Série B matches are held by minor teams during the Brazilian league The number of teams involved varies, with 45 participants in 2011 Top four teams are promoted to Série A3

History

Founding

Charles Miller was responsible for the creation of the first São Paulo state tournament Miller introduced the football association rules to Brazil upon his return from England, where he attended college and discovered the sport On December 14, 1901, the Liga Paulista de Foot-Ball Paulista Football League, or LPF was founded, comprising five initial teams:São Paulo Athletic Club, Internacional, Mackenzie, Germânia, and Paulistano Between April and October 1902, those teams competed in the first edition of the tournament, with São Paulo AC winning the title and Miller himself as the leading goalscorer Unlike in Argentina and Uruguay, football was restricted to elitist clubs in its early days in Brazil

Football popularity grew in following years Paulistano, a club composed of the children of the richest families of São Paulo, became the strongest team However, the popularity base of the sport started to change after a brilliant exhibition tour by the Corinthians, a London amateur team, in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro They easily defeated the best Brazilian teams of the time and made a very favorable impression amongst the younger fans Shortly thereafter, a group of workers were inspired to found the city's first popular team, Sport Club Corinthians Paulista

1910s–1930s

Growth of football popularity amongst lower classes generated a rift in the LPF Their directors had defended that football should remain an elitist sport This difference in opinion led to creation of another competing league, the Associação Paulista de Esportes Atléticos Paulista Association of Athletic Sports, , which promoted the sport among all social classes Corinthians and Palestra Itália a new club compound by Italian immigrants, and Paulistano helped to comprise the new league

The LPF ceased operation in 1917 Until 1926, the APEA remained the only league in São Paulo Stronger teams, larger crowds and players such Neco Corinthians and Friedenreich Paulistano contributed to the footballmania that converted football from "foreigner's fun" to Brazil's most popular sport Debates surrounded the issue of whether football should professionalize or remain a purely amateur endeavor Paulistano, the most trophied team at the time, refused to become professional and departed in 1925 to create the Liga de Amadores de Futebol League of Football AmateursCompetition between the two leagues fueled expansion of the teams, as clubs from upstate began to join

By 1930, the LAF and Paulistano had folded, and a new era for São Paulo football began Players became professionals in 1933 when Bandeirante Football League was created Corinthians and Palestra Itália assumed their positions as the most powerful and popular teams A new club emerges to compete for the hearts of supporters Some dissidents from Paulistano, favorable to professionalization, along with the directors of AA Palmeiras united to form São Paulo Futebol Clube, the third force of the city

Modern era

The APEA had ceased operations in 1938, and after the several name changes, the original Bandeirante Football League officially became the Federação Paulista de Futebol Paulista Football Federation,on April 22, 1941 São Paulo signed Leonidas da Silva in the following year and won five of the next eight championships Palestra Itália change its name to Palmeiras in 1943 due to a World War II period law that banned Axis Powers's references in sport Football grows within the state and a second division is created in 1948, allowing upstate teams to take part in major league competition XV de Novembro from Piracicaba was the first team promoted to the top flight

São Paulo, Palmeiras and Corinthians dominated titles in early fifties Santos, although having competed consistently, would need waiting few more years to gain top status 1957 saw the introduction of one of football's greatest players, Pelé His goals helped Santos to win nine of the next twelve championships Pelé was the league top scorer in every year between 1957 and 1965 including a record 58 goals in a single season Santos won numerous competitions at the state, national, regional and international level Palmeiras's "Academia" teams were the only ones able to break such dominance in the sixties

Since the 1960s, Brazil began to develop more mature national competitions which competed with the state and regional tournaments for supporter's attention In 1977, Corinthians' were able to win a title after a 24-year drought, and the early eighties saw the battle between Corinthians led by Sócrates and São Paulo's Serginho Chulapa The "Corinthians Democracy" won in 1982 and 1983 while introducing a new philosophy in club management, where players participate in all decisions with management São Paulo became the most successful team of the decade, winning the championship in 1980, 1981, 1985, 1987 and 1989 The last years saw the emergence of players such as Müller and Silas known as the "Menudos do Morumbi" on that team Internacional from Limeira accomplished a great upset in 1986 by defeating Palmeiras to win the final

Bragantino vs Novorizontino was the final in the 1990 championship in the Paulistão's biggest ever upset Palmeiras' fans saw their club win the 1993, 1994 and 1996 championships with the greatest Brazilian squad of the decade Rivaldo, Roberto Carlos, Edmundo, César Sampaio are among the members of the "Green Machine" which scored 100 goals in the 1996 tournament Corinthians conquered the trophy five times in the 1995–2003 period, thus becoming the most successful team in the first 100 years of the Campeonato Paulista, with 25 titles

Since 2000, Campeonato Paulista has lost popularity with each year The main São Paulo state teams treat the tournament as tune-ups for the more lucrative Copa Libertadores and Brazilian National Championship However, the Paulistão, as well as the other state tournaments in Brazil, still hold significance by providing developing talent and sustaining grass-roots soccer within the state

Clubs

The following clubs competed in the Campeonato Paulista during the 2016 season

ClubHome city2015 result
BotafogoRibeirão Preto07 !7th
NovorizontinoNovo Horizonte18 !2nd Série A2
CapivarianoCapivari14 !14th
CorinthiansSão Paulo03 !3rd
AudaxOsasco09 !9th
ItuanoItu11 !11th
LinenseLins16 !16th
Mogi MirimMogi Mirim12 !12th
OesteItápolis19 !3rd Série A2
PalmeirasSão Paulo02 !2nd
Água SantaDiadema20 !4th Série A2
Ponte PretaCampinas05 !5th
FerroviáriaAraraquara17 !1st Série A2
Red Bull BrasilCampinas06 !6th
Rio ClaroRio Claro15 !15th
SantosSantos01 !1st
São BentoSorocaba10 !10th
São BernardoSão Bernardo do Campo13 !13th
São PauloSão Paulo04 !4th
XV de PiracicabaPiracicaba08 !8th

Past tournaments

Winners and goalscorers

SeasonWinnerRunner-upTop GoalscorerTeamGoals
1902 LPFSão Paulo AC 1PaulistanoCharles MillerSão Paulo AC10
1903 LPFSão Paulo AC 2PaulistanoÁlvaro and BoyesPaulistano and São Paulo AC4
1904 LPFSão Paulo AC 3PaulistanoCharles MillerSão Paulo AC9
1905 LPFPaulistano 1GermâniaHermann FrieseGermânia14
1906 LPFGermânia 1Internacional SPFullerGermânia4
1907 LPFInternacional SP 1Americano and PaulistanoLéoInternacional SP8
1908 LPFPaulistano 2GermâniaPeresPaulistano6
1909 LPFAA das Palmeiras 1PaulistanoBibiPaulistano9
1910 LPFAA das Palmeiras 2AmericanoBoyes, Eurico, Rubens SalesSão Paulo AC, AA das Palmeiras, Paulistano10
1911 LPFSão Paulo AC 4AmericanoDécioAmericano7
1912 LPFAmericano 1PaulistanoArthur FriedenreichMackenzie
1913 APEAPaulistano 3MackenzieJosé Pedro, Luiz Alves, Renato, Whatley, Luiz, Mesquitafirst 4 from Mackenzie, AA das Palmeiras, Paulistano3
1913 LPFAmericano 2YpirangaDécioAmericano7
1914 APEASão Bento 1PaulistanoArthur FriedenreichPaulistano12
1914 LPFCorinthians 1Campos ElísiosNecoCorinthians12
1915 APEAAA das Palmeiras 3MackenzieNazaréAA das Palmeiras13
1915 LPFCorinthians 2São Paulo ACFacchiniAA Campos Elíseos17
1916 LPFGermânia 2AA Campos ElíseosAparicioCorinthians7
1916 APEAPaulistano 4São BentoMarianoPaulistano8
1917 APEAPaulistano 5Palestra ItaliaArthur FriedenreichYpiranga15
1918 APEAPaulistano 6CorinthiansArthur FriedenreichPaulistano25
1919 APEAPaulistano 7Palestra ItaliaArthur FriedenreichYpiranga26
1920 APEAPalestra Italia 1PaulistanoNecoCorinthians24
1921 APEAPaulistano 8Corinthians and Palestra ItaliaArthur FriedenreichPaulistano33
1922 APEACorinthians 3Palestra ItaliaGambarottaCorinthians19
1923 APEACorinthians 4Palestra ItaliaFeitiçoSão Bento18
1924 APEACorinthians 5PaulistanoFeitiçoSão Bento14
1925 APEASão Bento 2Corinthians and PaulistanoFeitiçoSão Bento10
1926 LAFPaulistano 9GermâniaFilóPaulistano16
1926 APEAPalestra Italia2AutoHeitorPalestra Italia18
1927 LAFPaulistano 10EspanhaArthur FriedenreichPaulistano13
1927 APEAPalestra Italia 3SantosArakenSantos31
1928 LAFInternacional SP 2Paulistano//
1928 APEACorinthians 6SantosHeitorPalestra Italia16
1929 LAFPaulistano 11Internacional SPArthur FriedenreichPaulistano16
1929 APEACorinthians 7SantosFeitiçoSantos12
1930 APEACorinthians 8São Paulo da FlorestaFeitiçoSantos37
1931 APEASão Paulo 1Palestra Italia and SantosFeitiçoSantos39
1932 APEAPalestra Italia 4São Paulo da FlorestaRomeuPalestra Italia18
1933 APEAPalestra Italia 5São Paulo da FlorestaValdemar de BritoSão Paulo da Floresta21
1934 APEAPalestra Italia 6São Paulo da FlorestaRomeuPalestra Italia13
1935 APEAPortuguesa 1YpirangaFigueiredoYpiranga19
1935 LPFSantos 1Palestra ItaliaTelecoCorinthians9
1936 APEAPortuguesa 2YpirangaCariocaPortuguesa18
1936 LPFPalestra Italia 7CorinthiansTelecoCorinthians28
1937 LPFCorinthians 9Palestra ItaliaTelecoCorinthians15
1938 LFESPCorinthians 10São PauloEliseuSão Paulo13
1939 LFESPCorinthians 11Palestra ItaliaTelecoCorinthians32
1940 LFESPPalestra Italia 8PortuguesaPeixeYpiranga21
1941Corinthians 12São PauloTelecoCorinthians26
1942Palmeiras 9CorinthiansMilaniCorinthians24
1943São Paulo 2CorinthiansHérculesCorinthians19
1944Palmeiras 10São PauloLuizinhoSão Paulo22
1945São Paulo 3CorinthiansPassarinho and ServilioSPR Nacional and Corinthians17
1946São Paulo 4CorinthiansServilioCorinthians19
1947Palmeiras 11CorinthiansServilioCorinthians19
1948São Paulo 5SantosCilasYpiranga19
1949São Paulo 6PalmeirasFriaçaSão Paulo24
1950Palmeiras 12São Paulo and SantosPingaPortuguesa22
1951Corinthians 13PalmeirasCarboneCorinthians30
1952Corinthians 14São PauloBaltazarCorinthians27
1953São Paulo 7PalmeirasHumbertoPalmeiras22
1954Corinthians 15PalmeirasHumbertoPalmeiras36
1955Santos 2CorinthiansDel VecchioSantos23
1956Santos 3São PauloZezinhoSão Paulo16
1957São Paulo 8SantosPeléSantos17
1958Santos 4São PauloPeléSantos58
1959Palmeiras 13SantosPeléSantos44
1960Santos 5PortuguesaPeléSantos34
1961Santos 6PalmeirasPeléSantos47
1962Santos 7São Paulo and CorinthiansPeléSantos37
1963Palmeiras 14São PauloPeléSantos22
1964Santos 8PalmeirasPeléSantos34
1965Santos 9PalmeirasPeléSantos49
1966Palmeiras 15CorinthiansToninho GuerreiroSantos27
1967Santos 10São PauloFlávioCorinthians21
1968Santos 11CorinthiansTéiaFerroviária20
1969Santos 12PalmeirasPeléSantos26
1970São Paulo 9Palmeiras and Ponte PretaToninho GuerreiroSão Paulo13
1971São Paulo 10PalmeirasCésarPalmeiras18
1972Palmeiras 16São PauloToninho GuerreiroSão Paulo17
1973Santos 13 and Portuguesa 3PalmeirasPeléSantos11
1974Palmeiras 17CorinthiansGeraldãoBotafogo SP23
1975São Paulo 11PortugesaSerginho ChulapaSão Paulo22
1976Palmeiras 18XV de PiracicabaSócratesBotafogo SP15
1977Corinthians 16Ponte PretaSerginho ChulapaSão Paulo32
1978Santos 14São PauloJuariSantos29
1979Corinthians 17Ponte PretaLuis FernandoAmérica SP27
1980São Paulo 12SantosEdmarTaubaté17
1981São Paulo 13Ponte PretaJorge MendonçaGuarani38
1982Corinthians 18São PauloWalter CasagrandeCorinthians28
1983Corinthians 19São PauloSerginho ChulapaSantos22
1984Santos 15CorinthiansChiquinho and Serginho ChulapaBotafogo SP and Santos16
1985São Paulo 14PortuguesaCarecaSão Paulo23
1986Internacional de Limeira 1PalmeirasKitaInternacional de Limeira23
1987São Paulo 15CorinthiansEdmarCorinthians19
1988Corinthians 20GuaraniEvairGuarani19
1989São Paulo 16São JoséToni and ToquinhoSão José and Portuguesa13
1990Bragantino 1NovorizontinoAlberto, Rubem, VolneiItuano, Guarani, Ferroviária12
1991São Paulo 17CorinthiansRaíSão Paulo20
1992São Paulo 18PalmeirasVálberMogi Mirim17
1993Palmeiras 19CorinthiansViolaCorinthians20
1994Palmeiras 20São Paulo and CorinthiansEvairPalmeiras23
1995Corinthians 21PalmeirasBentinho and PaulinhoSão Paulo and Portuguesa20
1996Palmeiras 21São PauloGiovanniSantos24
1997Corinthians 22São PauloDodôSão Paulo19
1998São Paulo 19CorinthiansFrançaSão Paulo12
1999Corinthians 23PalmeirasAlexMogi Mirim12
2000São Paulo 20SantosFrançaSão Paulo18
2001Corinthians 24Botafogo SPWashingtonPonte Preta16
2002Ituano 1União São JoãoAlex AlvesJuventus17
2003Corinthians 25São PauloLuís FabianoSão Paulo8
2004São Caetano 1PaulistaVágner LovePalmeiras12
2005São Paulo 21CorinthiansFinazziAmérica SP17
2006Santos 16São PauloNilmarCorinthians18
2007Santos 17São CaetanoSomáliaSão Caetano13
2008Palmeiras 22Ponte PretaAlex MineiroPalmeiras15
2009Corinthians 26SantosPedrãoGrêmio Barueri15
2010Santos 18Santo AndréRicardo BuenoOeste16
2011Santos 19CorinthiansElano and LiédsonSantos and Corinthians11
2012Santos 20GuaraniNeymarSantos20
2013Corinthians 27SantosWilliamPonte Preta13
2014Ituano 2SantosAlan KardecPalmeiras9
2015Santos 21PalmeirasRicardo OliveiraSantos11
2016Santos 22AudaxRogerRed Bull11
2017Corinthians 28Ponte PretaGilberto and William PottkerSão Paulo and Ponte Preta9
  • LPF — Liga Paulista de Foot-Ball Paulista Football League
  • APEA — Associação Paulista de Esportes Atléticos Paulista Association of Athletic Sports
  • LAF — Liga Amadores de Futebol Amateur Football League
  • LFESP — Liga de Futebol do Estado de São Paulo São Paulo State Football League
  • All editions starting in 1941 organized by the FPF — Federação Paulista de Futebol Paulista Football Federation

Titles by club

ClubWinnersRunners-upWinning years
Corinthians28211914, 1916, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1977, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1988, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2009, 2013, 2017
Palestra Itália/Palmeiras22231920, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1947, 1950, 1959, 1963, 1966, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2008
Santos22111935, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1978, 1984, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016
São Paulo21161931, 1943, 1945, 1946, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1998, 2000, 2005
Paulistano11101905, 1908, 1913, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1921, 1926, 1927, 1929
São Paulo Athletic Club411902, 1903, 1904, 1911
Portuguesa341935, 1936, 1973
AA das Palmeiras301909, 1910, 1915
Germânia231906, 1916
Americano231912, 1913
Internacional221907, 1928
São Bento201914, 1925
Ituano202002, 2014
São Caetano112004
Inter de Limeira101986
Bragantino101990
  • In 2002, the FPF organized the Super Championship with the top 3 teams in the 2002 Rio-São Paulo Tournament Corinthians, São Paulo and Palmeiras and the 2002 Paulista Champions Ituano São Paulo won the Championship

Campeonato Paulista do Interior

Format

The competition, held since 2007, is played in two-legged semifinals and final by the four best placed countryside São Paulo state clubs that did not reach the semifinal stage of the Campeonato Paulista in the season Which in turn, is the 5th to 8th place of the first stage of Campeonato Paulista, except the teams from the city of São Paulo and also including Santos

Past tournaments

Winners

SeasonWinnerRunner-up
2007GuaratinguetáNoroeste
2008Grêmio BarueriNoroeste
2009Ponte PretaGrêmio Barueri
2010Botafogo SPSão Caetano
2011OestePonte Preta
2012Mogi MirimBragantino
2013Ponte PretaPenapolense
2014PenapolenseBotafogo SP
2015Ponte PretaRed Bull Brasil
2016São BentoSão Bernardo
2017ItuanoSanto André

Titles by club

ClubWinnersRunners-upWinning years
Ponte Preta312009, 2013, 2015
Botafogo SP112010
Grêmio Barueri112008
Penapolense112014
Guaratinguetá102007
Ituano102017
Mogi Mirim102012
Oeste102011
São Bento102016
Noroeste02
Bragantino01
Red Bull Brasil01
Santo André01
São Bernardo01
São Caetano01

See also

  • Campeonato Paulista Série A2
  • Campeonato Paulista Série A3
  • Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão
  • Federação Paulista de Futebol

References

  1. ^ "Artilheiros da história" in Portuguese Folha Online 2008-02-11 Retrieved 2008-10-04 

External links

  • Home of the FPF in Portuguese
  • Gazeta Esportiva History of the Campeonato Paulista in Portuguese

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