Sports Recife

Sport Recife (Port. Sport Club do Recife) is a Brazilian football club from Recife, Pernambuco. The club is one of the three giants of its state (along with Santa Cruz and Nautico Recife), a member of the Club of Thirteen, the organization of the most popular and titled clubs in Brazil.
Content
1 History
1.1 Champion title - 1.2 After the championship - 2 Symbols
2.1 Stadium
2.2 Talisman - 2.3 Form
3 Achievements
4 Famous players
5 Famous coaches
6 Notes
7 Links
History
Championship title
Despite the fact that “Sport” is much ahead of its rivals in the state in the championship titles in the Pernambucano League (35 having 24 for Santa Cruz and 21 for Nautico), this team was never considered one of the leading clubs in Brazil, largely due to the fact that the championship of the State of Pernambuco in the hierarchy of the Brazilian states always took 6-7 places.
This title has not changed even the champion title in 1987. In that year, a group of 13 of the most titled and popular teams in Brazil founded the Club of Thirteen and left the KBF jurisdiction, establishing the championship itself. The champion of the Club of Thirteen became the famous Flamengo, and from a sporting point of view, this tournament is simply incomparable with the official championship under the auspices of the KBF, organized on a residual basis. The main football organization of the country nevertheless agreed with the two best clubs in parallel with the tournament on unification matches. But at the very last moment, Flamengo and Internacional refused to play against Sport and Guarani. Thus, Sport, having defeated Guarani, became the official champion of Brazil recognized by FIFA, KBF and those teams that were not members of the Club of Thirteen. “Sport” represented Brazil in the Copa Libertadores next year.
At the moment it is generally accepted that in 1987, 2 champions were identified in Brazil - “Sport” and “Flamengo.”
After the championship
Of course, “Title farce” in no way contributed to the elevation of the club, unless the team was soon accepted as an affiliate to the Club of Thirteen. In recent years, Sport participated in the Brazilian Serie B, achieving an increase in 2006.
According to two research institutes (Ibope and Datafolha [1]), which published the results of their research in 2004 and 2006, respectively, Atletico Sport Recife "- the most popular club in its state, slightly ahead of the number of fans of Santa Cruz. In addition, Sport, by the number of fans (1.8 million people), takes 14th place in Brazil, right after the Bahia from Salvador, the last co-founder of the Club of Thirteen. Symbols
Stadium
The team performs at the stadium Ilya do Retiro, who hosted one of the matches of the 1950 World Cup (Chile - USA - 5: 2). The stadium seats 45,500 spectators.
Talisman
The symbol of the team is the lion, it represents the royal dominance of the team in its state and region.
Form
The main form of the team: black t-shirts in a horizontal wide red strip, black underpants leggings.
Spare form: white t-shirts, underpants and leggings. Achievements
Champions of Brazil (1): 1987
Brazil Cup (1): 2008
Pernambuco State Championship (40): 1916 , 1917, 1920, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1928, 1938, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1981, 1982, 1988, 1991 , 1992, 1994, 1996—2000, 2003, 2006—2010, 2014
Champion of Brazil in Series B (1): 1 990 - Brazil Cup Finalist (1): 1989
Famous Players - Ademir (1939–1942, 1957)
Vava (1949–1950)
Jalma Freitas (1959–1964) (second scorer) in the history of the club - 159 goals)
Durval (2006-2009)
Juninho Pernambucano (1993-1994)
Manga Ailton (1955-1959)
Marcelinho Paraiba (2010-2012)
Marsilio de Aguillard (1930-1936)
Sicinho (2012 — present)
Trasaya (1955-1963) (top scorer in club history - 202 goals)
Finigno (2009)
Famous coaches
Enio Andrade (1977, 1986)
Emerson Leao (1987-1988, 2000, 2009)
Antonio Lopez (1988)
Gilson Nunez (1993)
Ricardo Gomez (1999)
Celso Roth (2000) - Jair Pere yra (2001)
Edino (2005)
Doryval Junior (2005-2006)
Toninho Cerezo (2010)
Notes
↑ Time de preferência dos brasileiros / grau de interesse por futebol
Links
The official website (port.)
The official page of “Sport” on the social network Facebook
“Sport” on Twitter
The video channel “Sport” on YouTube
SportNet
English-speaking website Brazilian football
An article about a club on the FIFA website
Football clubs of the Brazilian Serie A (2015)
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Brazil soccer champions
Santos (8) · Palmeiras (8) · Sao Paulo (6) · Flamengo ( 6) · Corinthians (5) · Vasco da Gama (4) · Cruzeiro (4) · Fluminense (4) · Internacional (3) · Gremio (2) · Bahia (2) · Botafogo (2) · Atletico Mineiro (1) · Atletico Paranaense (1) · Guarani Campinas (1) · Coritiba (1) · Recife Sports (1)
Brazil Cup Champions (Copa do Brasil)
Copa do Brasil (since 1989)
Gremio (4) · Cruzeiro (4) · Corinthians (3) · Flamengo (3) · Palme races (2) · Fluminense (1) · Internationale (1) · Sports Recife (1) · Chrysium (1) · Juventude (1) · Santo Andre (1) · Paulista (1) · Santos (1) · Vasco da Gama (1)


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