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Grêmio Osasco Audax Esporte Clube

Not to be confused with Audax Rio de Janeiro Esporte Clube.

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Audax
Logo: Grêmio Osasco Audax
Full name Grêmio Osasco Audax Esporte Clube
Founded December 8, 1985 (30 years ago) (1985-12-08)
Stadium Estádio José Liberatti, Osasco, São Paulo state, Brazil
Ground Capacity 12,430
President Vampeta
Head Coach Fernando Diniz
Website Club home page

Grêmio Osasco Audax Esporte Clube, commonly known as Audax São Paulo, or simply as Audax, is a Brazilian football club based in Osasco, São Paulo state. The club was formerly known as Pão de Açúcar Esporte Clube, PAEC and Audax São Paulo Esporte Clube.

History

The club was founded as a city of São Paulo-based club on December 8, 1985 as Pão de Açúcar Esporte Clube, playing their first professional game on April 7, 2007, against Jabaquara, for the Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão.[1] They won the Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão in 2008, after beating Batatais in the final.[2]

Pão de Açúcar Esporte Clube was renamed to Audax São Paulo Esporte Clube on July 17, 2011, adopting a new logo and new kits. The owner of the club, Grupo Pão de Açúcar, changed the club's name to bring the team closer to its supporters.[3]

The club was sold on September 22, 2013 to Mário Teixeira, president of Bradesco and vice-president of Grêmio Osasco, renamed to Grêmio Osasco Audax and moved to Osasco.[4]

Achievements

Stadium

Grêmio Audax Osasco plays they home games at Estádio José Liberatti. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 12,430.

Audax São Paulo Esporte Clube, until 2014, played their home games at Estádio Nicolau Alayon. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 9,660 people.[5]

The club, until 2011, played their home games at Estádio Conde Rodolfo Crespi, nicknamed Estádio Rua Javari.[1] The stadium has a maximum capacity of 4,000 people.[5]

Current squad

As of 1 April 2015

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

No. Position Player
23x15px GK Felipe Alves
23x15px GK Sidão
23x15px DF André Andrade
23x15px DF Eduardo
23x15px DF João Paulo
23x15px DF Didi
23x15px DF Léo Bahia
23x15px MF Matheus
23x15px MF Francis
23x15px MF Bruno Silva
23x15px MF Rondinelly (on loan from Grêmio)
23x15px MF Marquinhos
No. Position Player
23x15px MF Guilherme Camacho (on loan from Flamengo)
23x15px MF Lelê
23x15px MF Carlos Magno
23x15px MF Velicka
23x15px MF Yuri Oliveira
23x15px MF Gladestony
23x15px FW Gilsinho
23x15px FW Samoel
23x15px FW Bruno Paulo
23x15px FW Thiago Silvy
23x15px FW Thiago Seiji
23x15px FW Jorge Eduardo

References

  1. ^ a b "Pão de Açúcar Esporte Clube" (in Portuguese). Federação Paulista de Futebol. Retrieved March 9, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão" (in Portuguese). Federação Paulista de Futebol. Retrieved March 9, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Virou moda! Sendas troca de nome e de cores" (in Portuguese). O Povo Online. July 14, 2011. Retrieved July 18, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Grupo Pão de Açúcar vende Audax para Osasco". Exame (in Portuguese). Retrieved March 1, 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "CNEF - Cadastro Nacional de Estádios de Futebol" (PDF) (in Portuguese). Confederação Brasileira de Futebol. Retrieved March 9, 2011. 

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