Clube de Regatas Brasil


Clube de Regatas Brasil
CRB
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Full name Clube de Regatas Brasil
Nickname(s) Galo (Rooster)
Galo da Praia (Beach's Rooster)
Founded September 20, 1912
Stadium Estádio Pajuçara, Maceió, Brazil
Trapichão, Maceió, Brazil
(Capacity: 6,000
30,000[1])
Chairman Wilton Figueroa
Manager Flávio Lopes
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C, eliminated in first stage
Home colors
Away colors
Third colors

Clube de Regatas Brasil, or CRB as it is usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Maceió in Alagoas.

Founded on September 20, 1912, its greatest rival is Centro Sportivo Alagoano, and it plays in white and red shirts, shorts and socks.

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History

The club was founded on September 20, 1912 by Lafaiete Pacheco, former member of Clube Alagoano de Regatas. He was dissatisfied with the precarious conditions of his former club. Aroldo Cardoso Zagallo, father of Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo, worked at the club in 1913 as the football department boss.

Four years later, in 1916, CRB bought an estate in Pajuçara neighborhood and built its football field where is now Severiano Gomes Stadium.

Achievements

1927, 1930, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1950, 1951, 1961, 1964, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2002
  • Torneio José Américo Filho (Cup of Northeast): 1
1975
  • Northeast Cup: 0
Runners-up (1): 1994

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Brazil GK Cristiano
Brazil GK Anderson
Brazil DF Rafinha
Brazil DF Aderaldo
Brazil DF Thiago Eleutério
Brazil DF Amarildo
Brazil DF Rodrigão
Brazil DF Maizena
Brazil DF Ednei
Brazil DF Marcos Antonio
Brazil DF Jadílson
Brazil DF Filipe Figueiró
Brazil DF Paulo Rodrigues
Brazil MF Roberto Lopes
Brazil MF Johnnattan
Brazil MF Bruno Moreno
Brazil MF Bilú
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Cleiton
Brazil MF David
Brazil MF Dani
Brazil MF Bruno Paulista
Brazil MF Leo
Brazil MF Sidnei
Brazil MF Geovani
Brazil MF Edinho
Brazil MF Marcelo
Brazil MF Ewerton
Brazil MF Thiaguinho
Brazil FW Amílton
Brazil FW Aloísio
Brazil FW Cadu
Brazil FW Jonathan
Brazil FW Jailton
Brazil FW André Luís

Idols

1910s and 1920s

  • Brazil Edgar Monteiro
  • Brazil Haroldo Zagallo (Mário Jorge Lobo Zagallo father's)
  • Brazil Pata
  • Brazil Rubens Ferreira
  • Brazil Zé Preta
  • England Sidney Fellows
  • Germany Peter

1930s and 1940s

  • Brazil Arlindo
  • Brazil Cláudio Régis
  • Brazil Duda Bocão
  • Brazil Laxinha
  • Brazil Miguel Rosas
  • Brazil Paraibano
  • Brazil Zé Cícero
  • Hungary Franz Gaspar

1950s

  • Brazil Arroxelas
  • Brazil Bandeira
  • Brazil Dario
  • Brazil Miguel Rosas
  • Brazil Milton Mongôlo
  • Brazil Mourão
  • Brazil Santa Rita

1960s

  • Brazil Cabo Jorge
  • Brazil Canavieira
  • Brazil Canavieiro
  • Brazil Canhoto
  • Brazil Dão
  • Brazil Erb
  • Brazil Lourival
  • Brazil Paulo Nylon
  • Brazil Pinga
  • Brazil Pompéia
  • Brazil Roberto Menezes
  • Brazil Silva Cão
  • Brazil Zé Júlio

1970s

  • Brazil Azevedo
  • Brazil César
  • Brazil Joãozinho Paulista
  • Brazil Jorge da Sorte
  • Brazil Jorge Vasconcelos
  • Brazil Liberalino
  • Brazil Major
  • Brazil Pires
  • Brazil Roberto Menezes
  • Brazil Roberval Davino
  • Brazil Silva Cão
  • Brazil Tadeu
  • Brazil Vermelho

1980s

  • Brazil Coca
  • Brazil Gilnei
  • Brazil Hamilton
  • Brazil Ilo
  • Brazil Joãozinho Paulista
  • Brazil Márcio Francisco
  • Brazil Márcio Ribeiro
  • Brazil Melo
  • Brazil Arnaldo Lira (Patinha)
  • Japan Kazuyoshi Miura (Kazu)

1990s and 2000s

  • Brazil Catatau
  • Brazil Édson
  • Brazil Índio
  • Brazil Inha
  • Brazil Jean
  • Brazil Jerônimo
  • Brazil Júnior Amorim
  • Brazil Marquinhos Paraná
  • Brazil Rildo
  • Brazil Silvio
  • Brazil Wladimir
  • Brazil Zé Cláudio
  • Brazil Zé do Carmo
  • Canada Toni

All presidents in club history

1910s and 1920s

  • Brazil Luís Toledo Pizza Sobrinho (1912-13)
  • Brazil João Viana de Souza (1913-14)
  • Brazil Casimiro Movilha (1914-15)
  • Brazil Homero Viegas (1915-17)
  • Brazil Pedro Lima (1917-18)
  • Brazil Ismael Acioli (1918-20)
  • Brazil Raul Brito (1920-25)
  • Brazil Pedro Oliveira Rocha (1925-26)
  • Brazil Armando Melo (1926-27) (1927 - 1st title)
  • Brazil Pedro Lima (1927-28)
  • Brazil Juvêncio Lessa (1928-29)
  • Brazil Pedro Oliveira Rocha (1929-30) (1930 - 2nd title)

1930s and 1940s

  • Brazil Raul Brito (1930-31)
  • Brazil Ismael Acioli (1931-32)
  • Brazil Dalmário Souza (1931-32)
  • Brazil Emílio de Maya (1933-34)
  • Brazil Pedro Claudino Duarte (1934-36)
  • Brazil Fábio Araújo (1936-39)
  • Brazil Mauro Paiva (1937-39) (1937 - 3rd title / 1938 - 4th title)
  • Brazil Mário Gomes de Barros (1939-40) (1939 - 5th title)
  • Brazil Rui Palmeira (1940-41) (1940 - 6th title)
  • Brazil Jaques de Azevedo (1941-42)
  • Brazil Mauro Paiva (1942-43)
  • Brazil Aristides Torres (1943-44)
  • Brazil Paulo de Miranda Neto (1944-45)
  • Brazil Mauro Paiva (1945-47)
  • Brazil Gal. Mário de Carvalho Lima (1947-48)
  • Brazil Ulisses Marinho (1948-54) (1950 - 7th title / 1951 - 8th title)

1950s and 1960s

  • Brazil Ulisses Marinho (1948-54) (1950 - 7th title / 1951 - 8th title)
  • Brazil Luís Duda Calado (1954-55)
  • Brazil Djalma Loureiro (1955-56)
  • Brazil Roberto Castro (1956-57)
  • Brazil Aluizio Freitas Melro (1956-57)
  • Brazil Severiano Gomes Filho (1958-62) (1961 - 9th title)
  • Brazil Oswaldo Gomes de Barros (1962-66) (1964 - 10th title)
  • Brazil Severiano Gomes Filho (1966-67)
  • Brazil Walter Pitombo Laranjeiras (1967-68)
  • Brazil Divaldo Cavalcante Suruagy (1968-69)
  • Brazil Naftalli Edgar Setton (1969-70) (1969 - 11th title)

1970s and 1980s

  • Brazil Oswaldo Gomes de Barros (1970-71) (1970 - 12th title)
  • Brazil Luiz Renato de Paiva Lima (1971-73) (1972 - 13th title / 1973 - 14th title)
  • Brazil Cláudio Regis (1973-74)
  • Portugal Fernando Azevedo D’Aldeia (1974-75)
  • Brazil Luiz Gonzaga Mendes de Barros (1975-76)
  • Brazil José Santana de Melo (1976-77) (1976 - 15th title)
  • Brazil Afrânio Lages Filho (1977-79) (1977 - 16th title / 1978 - 17th title / 1979 - 18th title)
  • Brazil José Otávio Moreira Filho (1979-82)
  • Brazil Oswaldo Gomes de Barros (1982-84) (1983 - 19th title)
  • Brazil José de Medeiros Tavares (1984-85)
  • Brazil Waldemar Correia da Silva (1985-87) (1985 - 20th title / 1986 - 21st title)
  • Brazil Carlos Alberto Fernande Antunes (1987-88)
  • Brazil José Luiz Malta Argolo (1988-89)
  • Brazil Walter Pitombo Laranjeiras (1989-90)

1990s and 2000s

  • Brazil Paulo Roberto Magalhães Nunes (1990-91)
  • Brazil Manoel Gomes de Barros (1991-92) (1992 - 22nd title)
  • Brazil José Marcelo de Medeiros Rocha (1992-93)
  • Brazil Waldemar Correia da Silva (1993-94) (1993 - 23rd title)
  • Brazil Flávio Gomes de Barros (1994-95) (1995 - 24th title)
  • Brazil Walter Pitombo Laranjeiras (1995-98)
  • Brazil Wilton Antonio Figueiroa Lima (1998-99), (2007-08)
  • Brazil José Cabral da Rocha Barros (1999-04), (2006) (2002 - 25th title)
  • Brazil Celso Luiz Tenório Brandão (2004-06)
  • Brazil Wilton Antônio Figueiroa Lima (2007-08)

CRB-CSA derby history

CRB and CSA is a traditional Alagoas state derby.

Numbers of the derby

  • Games: 474
  • CRB wins: 171
  • Draws: 156
  • CSA wins: 148
  • CRB goals: 579
  • CSA goals: 606

Biggest win: CRB 6-0 CSA on October 1, 1939 in the game that was known as "Jogo da Sofia" (Sofia's game), which is a reference to a goat named Sofia and owned by CRB's forward Arlindo, as the goat is the number six animal in Jogo do Bicho.[2]

Stadium

Home stadium is the Estádio Severiano Gomes Filho, which has a maximum capacity of 6,000 people. The club also plays at Estádio Rei Pelé, which has a maximum capacity of 30,000 people.

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