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Guarani Futebol Clube is a Brazilianmarker football club located in Campinasmarker, S√£o Paulomarker. Guarani is also known as Bugre, a popular term for an Indigenous Brazilian. Guarani's supporters are known as bugrinos.

History

Guarani Futebol Clube was founded on April 1, 1911, in the city of Campinasmarker, S√£o Paulomarker, as Guarany Foot-Ball Club, by the initiative of 12 Gymnasio do Estado (currently known as Culto √† Ci√™ncia) students, including Pompeo de Vito, Hernani Felippo Matallo and Vicente Matallo. Those students usually played football at Pra√ßa Carlos Gomes. Vicente Matallo became Guarani's first president. Guarani was officially founded on April 1, 1911, however to avoid jokes being made by the supporters of rival teams due to the association with April Fool's Day, the directors of Guarani changed the official foundation date to April 2, 1911. Guarani was named after maestro Ant√īnio Carlos Gomes' opera "Il Guarany". Ant√īnio Carlos Gomes was born in Campinas, Brazil, and is one of the most distinguished nineteenth century classical composers.

In 1949, Guarani won Campeonato Paulista Second Division, gaining the right to play in the first division in the following year.

As of 2008, Guarani is the only Brazilian interior team to have won the national championship (not counting Santos, since despite the fact Santos is not a state capital, it is located in the coastline). The club won Campeonato Brasileiro in 1978, after defeating Palmeiras. In 2005 and 2006, Guarani competed in the Second Division of the Campeonato Brasileiro, and in the 2007 the club played the Third Division of the Campeonato Brasileiro.

Achievements















Titles timeline

  • 1912 - Runner Up - Liga Oper√°ria de Foot-Ball Campineira
  • 1916 - Champions - AFC (Associa√ß√£o de Foot-Ball Campineira)
  • 1919 - Champions- AFC
  • 1920 - Champions - AFC
  • 1921 - Runner Up - APEA (Associa√ß√£o Paulista de Esportes Athleticos)
  • 1926 - Champions - APEA
  • 1928 - Runner Up - APEA
  • 1932 - Champions - APEA
  • 1938 - Champions - LCF (Liga Campineira de Futebol)
  • 1939 - Champions -LCF
  • 1941 - Champions - LCF
  • 1942 - Champions - LCF
  • 1943 - Champions - LCF
  • 1943 - Runner Up - Copa do Interior (Amateur) - FPF (Federa√ß√£o Paulista de Futebol)
  • 1944 - Champions - Copa do Interior (Amateur) - FPF
  • 1944 - Champions - State Amateur Championship - FPF
  • 1945 - Champions - LCF
  • 1946 - Runner Up - Copa do Interior (Amateur) - FPF
  • 1946 - Champions - LCF


  • 1949 - Champions - Campeonato Paulista S√©rie A2 - FPF
  • 1953 - Champions - Torneio-In√≠cio do Campeonato Paulista - FPF
  • 1954 - Champions - Torneio-In√≠cio do Campeonato Paulista - FPF
  • 1956 - Champions - Torneio-In√≠cio do Campeonato Paulista - FPF
  • 1957 - Runner Up - Torneio-In√≠cio do Campeonato Paulista - FPF
  • 1969 - Runner Up - Torneio-In√≠cio do Campeonato Paulista - FPF
  • 1970 - Awarded A Gazeta Esportiva 's "Ta√ßa dos Invictos"
  • 1970 - Champions - Torneio de Classifica√ß√£o para 1970 (Paulistinha) - FPF
  • 1970 - Champions - Torneio de Classifica√ß√£o para 1971 - FPF
  • 1974 - Awarded "II Trof√©u Folha de S√£o Paulo" (Champions - Countryside 1972/73/74)
  • 1976 - Champions - Campeonato Paulista First Stage (Ta√ßa Alm. Heleno Nunes)
  • 1978 - Champions - Brazilian Championship - CBF
  • 1981 - Champions - Ta√ßa de Prata - CBF
  • 1982 - Runner Up - Torneio dos Campe√Ķes - CBF
  • 1986 - Runner Up - Brazilian Championship - CBF
  • 1987 - Runner Up - Brazilian Championship - CBF
  • 1988 - Runner Up - Paulista Championship - FPF
  • 1991 - Runner Up - Brazilian Championship Serie B - CBF


Youth team titles



Stadium

Guarani's stadium is Est√°dio Brinco de Ouro da Princesa, built on May 31, 1953, with a maximum capacity of 30,988 people.

Rival

Its biggest rival is Ponte Preta, which also hails from Campinas. The games between Guarani and Ponte Preta are known as Derby Campineiro.

Performances in Brazilian Championship

Year Position Year Position Year Position Year Position
1971 - 1981 - 1991 - 2001 19th
1972 - 1982 3rd 1992 9th 2002 16th
1973 15th 1983 16th 1993 6th 2003 13th
1974 12th 1984 - 1994 3rd 2004 22nd
1975 12th 1985 15th 1995 19th 2005 -
1976 10th 1986 2nd 1996 6th 2006 -
1977 28th 1987 2nd 1997 21st 2007 -
1978 1st 1988 14th 1998 19th 2008
1979 16th 1989 20th 1999 8th 2009
1980 16th 1990 - 2000 17th 2010


Squads

Guarani players in the World Cup

The following Guarani players defended Brazil in the World Cup:

















Presidents

  • 1911/12 - Vicente Matallo
  • 1913 - Vicente Matallo - Pompeo de Vito - M√°rio Branco de Godoy
  • 1914 - Antonio de Souza Letro - Pompeo de Vito
  • 1915/16/17 - Pompeo de Vito
  • 1918 - Armando Sarnes - Pompeo de Vito
  • 1919 - J√ļlio dos Santos Mota - Antonio Alberti - Carmine Alberti
  • 1920/21 - Carmine Alberti
  • 1922/23 - Antonio Albino J√ļnior
  • 1924 - Jos√© de Queiroz Telles
  • 1925 - Galdino de Moraes Alves - Jos√© Ferreira de Godoy
  • 1926 - Dr. Lucio Pereira Peixoto - Benedicto da Cunha Campos
  • 1927 - Benedicto da Cunha Campos
  • 1928 - Wlademir Varanda - √ćtalo Franceschini
  • 1929 - Augusto de Carvalho Asbahr
  • 1930 - Dr. Romeu T√≥rtima - Dr. Arnaldo de Campos
  • 1931 - Alexandre Chiarini
  • 1932 - Frederico Borghi
  • 1933 - Dr. Romeu T√≥rtima
  • 1934 - Augusto de Carvalho Asbahr
  • 1935/36 - Jo√£o Mezzalira
  • 1937- Vicente Torregrossa
  • 1938/39 - Dr. Janu√°rio Pardo M√™o
  • 1939/40 - Prof. Floriano de Azevedo Marques
  • 1941 - Dr. Sebasti√£o Otranto
  • 1942 - Jaime Serra - Jo√£o Mezzalira
  • 1943 - Alfredo Ribeiro Nogueira
  • 1944 - Cesar Contessotto
  • 1945 - Cesar Contessotto - Guilmer Cury Zakia


  • 1946 - Artemiro Caruzo Andreoli
  • 1947 - Sebasti√£o Otranto - Em√≠lio Porto
  • 1948 - Dr. Romeu T√≥rtima
  • 1949 - Nilo de Rezende Rubim - Cesar Contessotto
  • 1950 - Cesar Contessotto - Dr. Romeu T√≥rtima
  • 1951 - Isolino Ferramola
  • 1952 - Dr. Romeu T√≥rtima
  • 1953 - Dr. Rui Vicente de Mello - Cesar Contessoto
  • 1954 - Dolor de Oliveira Barbosa
  • 1955 - Miguel Moreno
  • 1956 - Esmeraldino Antunes Barreira
  • 1957 - Em√≠lio Porto
  • 1958 - Jaime Silva
  • 1959 - M√°rio Brocchi
  • 1960/61/62 - Jaime Silva
  • 1963 - Jamil Gadia
  • 1964 - Jaime Silva
  • 1965 - Miguel Moreno
  • 1966 - Eder Guimar√£es Leme - Jo√£o Motta
  • 1967 - Jaime Silva - Manoel Marques Paiva - Eduardo Jos√© Farah
  • 1968/69 - Miguel Moreno
  • 1970 √† 1977 - Leonel Almeida Martins de Oliveira
  • 1978/79 - Ricardo Chuffi
  • 1980-1983 - Antonio Tavares Jr.
  • 1984-1987 - Leonel Almeida Martins de Oliveira
  • 1988-1991 - Luiz Roberto Zini
  • 1992-1999 - Luiz Roberto Zini
  • 1999-2006 - Jos√© Luiz Lourencetti
  • 2006-2010 - Leonel Almeida Martins de Oliveira


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