Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 1988


Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 1988

Infobox sports season
title = Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 1988
league = Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
sport = Football
duration = September 2, 1988 – February 19, 1989
season = League
league_champs = Bahia
second_place = Internacional
top_scorer = Nílson (Internacional), 15 goals

The 1988 season of the Campeonato Brasileiro began on September 2, 1988, and reached its end on February 19, 1989. The competition was won by Esporte Clube Bahia. Internacional's Nílson, with 15 goals, was the competition's top goal scorer.cite web | title =Campeonato Brasileiro 1988| url=http://www.bolanaarea.com/brasileirao_1988.htm | accessdate =2008-09-21 | publisher=Bola na Área |language=Portuguese]

Overview

It was performed by 24 teams, and Bahia won the championship. The four worst-placed teams, which were Bangu, Santa Cruz, Criciúma, and América-RJ, were relegated to the following year's second level.

Competition format

;First Phase: The 24 clubs were divided in two groups of 12 teams each. In the first stage the clubs played once against the other teams of their group, while in the second stage, the teams played once against the teams from the other group. A penalty shootout was played after the games that ended in a draw, the penalty shootout winner earned two points while the loser earned one point. The two best-placed clubs of each group in the first stage plus the two best-placed clubs of each group in the second stage qualified to the Second Phase.

;Second Phase: This phase was divided in Quarterfinals, Semifinals and the Final. Each round was played in two legs.

Participating clubs

Group A

*Atlético Mineiro
*Atlético Paranaense
*Bangu
*Flamengo
*Fluminense
*Goiás
*Internacional
*Palmeiras
*Portuguesa
*São Paulo
*Sport
*Vitória

Group B

*América-RJ
*Bahia
*Botafogo
*Corinthians
*Coritiba
*Criciúma
*Cruzeiro
*Grêmio
*Guarani
*Santa Cruz
*Santos
*Vasco da Gama

tandings

First Phase

First Stage


"'Group A


Group B

Notes

"Pos - position; Pts - points earned; GP - games played; W - games won; D - games drawn; L - games lost;
EP - extra points earned in the penalty shootout; "GF - goals for; GA - goals against; GD - goal difference

econd Phase

Round8-2legs
RD1-team01 = Vasco da Gama
RD1-team02 = Fluminense
RD1-score01firstleg = 0
RD1-score02firstleg = 1
RD1-score01secondleg = 2
RD1-score02secondleg = 1

RD1-team03 = Bahia
RD1-team04 = Sport
RD1-score03firstleg = 1
RD1-score04firstleg = 1
RD1-score03secondleg = 0
RD1-score04secondleg = 0

RD1-team05 = Flamengo
RD1-team06 = Grêmio
RD1-score05firstleg = 0
RD1-score06firstleg = 0
RD1-score05secondleg = 0
RD1-score06secondleg = 1

RD1-team07 = Internacional
RD1-team08 = Cruzeiro
RD1-score07firstleg = 0
RD1-score08firstleg = 0
RD1-score07secondleg = 2
RD1-score08secondleg = 0

RD2-team01 = Fluminense
RD2-team02 = Bahia
RD2-score01firstleg = 0
RD2-score02firstleg = 0
RD2-score01secondleg = 1
RD2-score02secondleg = 2

RD2-team03 = Grêmio
RD2-team04 = Internacional
RD2-score03firstleg = 0
RD2-score04firstleg = 0
RD2-score03secondleg = 1
RD2-score04secondleg = 2

RD3-team01 = Bahia
RD3-team02 = Internacional
RD3-score01firstleg = 2
RD3-score02firstleg = 1
RD3-score01secondleg = 0
RD3-score02secondleg = 0

The final

footballbox
date = February 15, 1989
team1 = Bahia
score = 2 – 1
report =
team2 = Internacional
goals1 = Bobô goal|26 goal|50
goals2 = Leomir goal|19
stadium = Fonte Nova, Salvador
Attendance: 90,508
Referee: Romualdo Arpi Filho

Bahia: Ronaldo; Tarantini, João Marcelo, Claudir and Edinho; Paulo Rodrigues, Zé Carlos and Bobô; Osmar, Charles (Sandro) and Marquinhos. Head coach: Evaristo de Macedo.

Internacional: Taffarel; Luiz Carlos Winck (Diego Aguirre), Aguirregaray, Nenê and João Luís; Norberto, Luís Carlos Martins and Leomir; Maurício (Hélder), Nílson and Edu. Head coach: Abel Braga.----footballbox
date = February 19, 1989
team1 = Internacional
score = 0 – 0
report =
team2 = Bahia
goals1 =
goals2 =
stadium = Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre
Attendance: 79,598
Referee: Dulcídio Wanderley Boschilia

Internacional: Taffarel; Luiz Carlos Winck, Aguirregaray, Norton and Casemiro; Norberto, Luis Fernando and Luís Carlos Martins; Maurício (Hélder), Nílson and Edu. Head coach: Abel Braga.

Bahia: Ronaldo; Tarantini, João Marcelo, Claudir (Newmar) and Paulo Róbson; Paulo Rodrigues, Zé Carlos and Bobô (Osmar); Gil, Charles and Marquinhos. Head coach: Evaristo de Macedo.----

Final standings

"Pos - position; Pts - points earned; GP - games played; W - games won; D - games drawn; L - games lost;
EP - extra points earned in the penalty shootout; "GF - goals for; GA - goals against; GD - goal difference

References

External links

* [http://paginas.terra.com.br/esporte/rsssfbrasil/tables/br1988.htm Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 1988 at RSSSF]


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