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Palmeiras


Sports' Society Palmeiras is a Brazilian multisport club based in Sao Paulo which has as its main sport football. The club's colors are green and white. The red, present since its foundation, was deleted during World War II, under pressure from the national government, at the same meeting that formalized the change of name for Palmeiras Palestra Italia. Palmeiras' most important titles in football are the "Copa Libertadores da América" in 1999 and the "Copa Rio" in 1951 Read more on Last.fm
Sports' Society Palmeiras is a Brazilian multisport club based in Sao Paulo which has as its main sport football. The club's colors are green and white. The red, present since its foundation, was deleted during World War II, under pressure from the national government, at the same meeting that formalized the change of name for Palmeiras Palestra Italia. Palmeiras' most important titles in football are the "Copa Libertadores da América" in 1999 and the "Copa Rio" in 1951, at the time considered as the first Footbal Clubs World Cup in history.

Palmeiras is the Brazilian team with the most national titles won ever, and the only one to win every official competition once held in Brazil. The white-and-green team has ten achievements of this magnitude, especially the four Brazilian Championship titles (1972, 1973, 1993 and 1994), the main dispute in the country since 1971. Palmeiras has won the Brazil's Cup in 1998, the Cup Brazil (1960 and 1967), the "Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa" (1967 and 1969) and the Champions League in 2000. In 1965, the Magalhães Pinto (aka "Mineirão") was founded; to celebrate such ocasion, a friendly match between the Brazilian and Uruguay teams was held. For the first time in Brazilian Football's history, a football club, the Sports' Society Palmeiras, was invited to compose the entire delegation: from technical the masseuse, the goalkeeper to tip left, including the reserves.

A gesture of recognition for the best team in the country; which overcame all opponents and convinced all' presenting a state-of-art football. Palmeiras was nicknamed "Academy of Football" by the press and the people. The match was held on September 7th (date of Brazilian independence), and Palmeiras defeated Uruguay by 3 to 0. In the St.

Paul's State, Palmeiras is also one of the main champions, winning the "Campeonato Paulista" for 22 times (with two additional titles in the same competition). In 1996, won the statual championship with the best campaign ever made in the professional era of this league. At the time, won 83 points in a possible of 90 (92.2%) and scored an overwhelming mark of 102 goals in 30 matches played (3.4 goals scored per match!). Since then, the brand has never been achieved by any other team in the competition.

For comparison purposes, Sport Club Corinthians was champion in 2009, counting with the offensive player Ronaldo, the best scorer ever in the world cup history, scored only 41 goals in 42 matches played (0,97 goals scored per match) and won 39 points in a possible of 126 (30,95%). In 2001 was press awarded "Champion of the Century" for helding more titles than any other team on Brazil, with the impressive mark of 170 achievements against Flamengo's 125. Titles until 2009: World: Copa Rio Internacional: 1 (1951) Continental: Copa Libertadores: 1 (1999) Mercosur Cup: 1 (1998) National: Brazilian League: 4 (1972, 1973, 1993 and 1994) Brazil Cup 1 (1998) Brazil Cup: 2 (1960 and 1967) Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa: 2 (1967 and 1969) Champions League: 1 (2000) Campeonato Brasileiro - Série B: 1 (2003) Regional: Torneio Rio-São Paulo: 5 (1933, 1951, 1965, 1993 and 2000) Champions League State Rio-Sao Paulo: 4 (1926, 1934, 1942 and 1947) State: League: 22 (1920, 1926 (undefeated), 1927, 1932 (undefeated), 1933, 1934, 1936, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1947, 1950, 1959, 1963, 1966, 1972 (undefeated), 1974, 1976, 1993, 1994, 1996 (best record in the history) and 2008) Campeonato Paulista Extra: 2 (1926 and 1938) Campeonato Paulista Second Tables: 14 (1917, 1919, 1920, 1922, 1923, 1926 (extra), 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1934, 1938 (extra)) Other Achievements: International Tournaments Guarani Cup: 1922. Atilio Narâncio Cup: 1923. Stephen Ronai Cup: 1929. Trophy Malmö: 1949.

Peñarol Cup Brazil-Uruguay: 1951. Trophy Mexico: 1952. Cup Ribeiro de Carvalho: 1952. UEFA President: 1952.

International Tournament Roberto Gomes Pedrosa (Trophy Valentin Suarez): 1956. Tournament of Mexico: 1959. Adhemar de Barros Cup: 1960. City of Manizales Tournament: 1962.

Quadrangular Tournament in Lima: 1962. João Mendonça Falcon Trophy: 1962. Torneio Pentagonal de Guadalajara: 1963. Tournament Firenze: 1963.

Saprissa Cup: 1964. Cup fourth centenary of Rio de Janeiro: 1965. Independence Cup (Minas Gerais): 1965. Torneio Quadrangular João Havelange: 1966.

City of Barcelona Trophy: 1969. Ramón de Carranza Trophy: 3 times (1969, 1974 and 1975). Greek Cup: 1970. Cup Caracas: 1971.

Tournament Mar del Plata: 1972. Osaka Cup: 1975. Cup Italian Immigration: 1975. Kirin Cup: 1978.

Trophy Ademir da Guia: 1982. Trophy City of Lima: 1985. Trophy Oviedo 1989. Trophy America: 1991.

Euro-America Tournament: 2 times (1991 and 1996). Lazio Cup: 1992. Reggiana Cup: 1993. Lev Yashin Cup: 1994.

Nagoya Cup: 1994. Brazil Cup Italy: 1994. Jihan Cup: 1996. Cup Shanghai: 1996.

Beijing Cup: 1996. Friendship Cup: 1997. Naranja Trophy: 1997. Valle d'Aosta Cup: 1999.

International Tournament of India (Calcutta, India): 2001. (B team) International Tournament of India (Calcutta, India): 2004. (B team) Tournament China-Brazil - Crystal Cup (China): 2004. (B team) Centenary Cup of Estudiantes de La Plata (Argentina): 2005.

(B team) Tournament of Bellinzona (Switzerland): 2007. (B team) Tournaments Interstate: Journal of Commerce Cup: 1918. Falchi Cup: 1918. Montenegro Cup: 1920.

Trophy Rio de Janeiro: 1920. Cup Dr. Machado Lima: 1921. City Cup: 1922.

Orminda O'Valle Cup: 1923. Cup Vasco da Gama: 1924. Palestra Italia Cup: 1925. Gaucho Cologne Cup: 1926.

South American Cup: 1927. Trophy Lecture Italy: 1928. Flamengo Cup: 1929. Conde Matarazzo Cup: 1929.

Trophy Lineu Prestes: 1930. ANEA Cup: 1933. Fluminense Trophy 1933. Interstate Cup Champions SP × RJ: 1934.

Trophy Porto Alegre: 1936. Cup Champion SP × BA: 2 times (1937 and 1948). Tournament of Paraná: 1938. Trophy Matarazzo: 1938.

Machines Tonnanin Cup: 1939. Tournament Pacaembu Opened: 1940. Armando Albano Cup: 1946. Trophy Ontario: 1946.

Cup On September 7, 1947. Trophy Myth: 1948. Cup "The Sport" 1951. Quadrangular Tournament SP × RJ: 1952.

Quadrangular Tournament in Recife: 1955. Journal of Sports Trophy: 1961. Taça Rio Grande do Sul: 1965. Taça Cidade de Curitiba: 1966.

Trophy Apucarana: 1967. Cup Quadrangular Maringá: 1969. Taça Cidade de Goiânia: 1975. Selective Tournament Cup Silver: 1981.

River Cup: 2002. Anniversary Trophy Hundred Years of Paulo Coelho Neto: 2002. State Tournaments: Savoy Cup: 1915. Festival Ludovico Bacchiani: 1916.

Festival State Taubaté: 1916. Commander Pepe Caetano Cup: 1917. Festival-United Pro Patria: 1917. José Castilian Cup: 1917.

Cafe Java Trophy: 1917. Henry Catalano Cup: 1917. Amyris Cup: 1917. Luciano Cup: 1917.

The Football Writers' Award: 1918. Initium Cup: 1918. Trophy Red Cross: 1918. Cup Beirut: 1919.

Pinon Cup: 1919. Holmberg Bech Cup: 1920. Charitas Cup: 1920. Cup Unioni Italiani di Viaggiatori: 1921.

General Caviglia Cup: 1922. Concordia Cup: 1922. Zezé Leon Cup: 1923. David Picchetti Cup: 1924.

Elpidio de Paiva Cup: 1924. UEFA President De Vivo: 1924. Arrogance Cup: 1924. Dolphin Cup Braga: 1925.

Automobile Club Cup: 1925. Cup Hall of São Paulo: 1925. Ballor Cup: 2 times (1927 and 1928). Marquez de Pinedo Cup: 1928.

Charity Cup: 1928. Cup Júlio Prestes: 1928. Conde Francisco Matarazzo Cup: 1928. Umberto I Hospital Cup: 1930.

Daily National Cup: 1931. Garibaldi Cup: 1932. Trophy "The Ball" 1932. Cup O Dia: 1933.

APEA Trophy: 3 times (1932, 1933 and 1934). Portuguese Cup Sports: 1938. Knight Ernesto Giuliano Cup: 1941. Cup Our Lady of Sorrows: 1943.

Shock-King Cup: 1944. Antonio Feliciano Trophy: 1945. Trophy Tuffy / Fried: 1945. Barcelo Otto Cup: 1948.

Centenary Trophy Barretos 1954. Trophy Carvalho Pinto: 1959. Natel Tournament Report: 1972. Silver Jubilee Cup TV Record: 1978.

Trophy Paulo Machado de Carvalho: 1984. Trophy People's Daily: 1985. Cup Darcy Reis: 1989. City Jacutinga Cup: 2002.

Trophy 177th Anniversary of Rio Claro: 2002. Trophy 90 Years Esporte Clube Taubaté: 2004. Cup 125 Years of Fire Department: 2005. Osvaldo Brandão Cup: 2009 (3 times).

Honorary Titles: Honorary Champion Brazil: 3 times (1926, 1933 and 1947). Champion of the Holy Year: 1950. Champion of the Five Crowns: 2 times (1950 and 1951). Blue Ribbon National Football: 3 times (1962, 1972 and 1994).

Trophy IFFHS (International Federation of History and Statistics of Football): 1999. Fair Play Trophy "Campeão Paulista of Discipline FPF: 2 times (2004 and 2007). Total Titles: 170 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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