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Sampaio Corrêa Futebol Clube

Not to be confused with Sampaio Corrêa Futebol e Esporte.

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Sampaio Corrêa
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Full name Sampaio Corrêa Futebol Clube
Nickname(s) Bolivianos (Bolivians)
Founded March 25, 1923 (97 years ago) (1923-03-25)
Stadium Castelão
Ground Capacity 40,000
President Sérgio Frota
Head coach Leonardo Condé
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
2014 Série B, 10th
Website Club home page

Sampaio Corrêa Futebol Clube, usually known as Sampaio Corrêa, is a Brazilian association football club from São Luís, Maranhão state, founded on March 25, 1923.

The club's colors are yellow, green and red. Sampaio Corrêa's nickname is Bolivianos (meaning Bolivians) because its colors are similar to the Bolivian ones. The club is also nicknamed Tricolor de Aço (meaning Steel Tricolour). The club's mascot is a shark.

History

On March 25, 1923, the club was founded as Associação Sampaio Corrêa Futebol Clube. Abrahão Andrade was the Sampaio Corrêa's first president. The club is named after a seaplane called Sampaio Corrêa II, which visited the city of São Luís on December 12, 1922, and was commanded by two pilots, the Brazilian Pinto Martins and the American Walter Milton. On April 26, 1925 the club played its first official match. Sampaio Corrêa beat Luso Brasileiro 1-0. The goal was scored by Lobo.

On December 17, 1972, the club won the Campeonato Brasileiro Second Division, after beating Campinense in the final. However, there was no promotion to the first division.

In 1997, the club won the Campeonato Brasileiro Third Division, after beating Francana 3-1 in the last match, and was promoted to the following year's Second Division. In 1998, Sampaio Corrêa won the Copa Norte, beating São Raimundo in the final. In the same year, the club reached Copa CONMEBOL's semifinal round. Sampaio Corrêa beat América de Natal in the first round, Deportes Quindío of Colombia in the second round, and was eliminated by Santos in the semifinals.

Stadium

Main article: Castelão (Maranhão)

Its home matches are usually played at Castelão stadium, which has a maximum capacity of 40,000 people.

Achievements

1972
1997
2012
1998
1933, 1934, 1940, 1942, 1953, 1954, 1956, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1997, 1998, 2002, 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014

Current squad

According to the official website.[1]

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 Dida
23x15px GK Milton Raphael
23x15px GK Ruan
23x15px DF Daniel Damião
23x15px DF Edimar
23x15px DF Edvânio
23x15px DF Gil Mineiro
23x15px DF Ítallo
23x15px DF Liomar
23x15px DF Luiz Otávio
23x15px DF Mimica
23x15px DF Paulo Sergio
23x15px DF Renan Oliveira
23x15px DF Wilian Simões
23x15px MF Cleitinho
23x15px MF Curuca
23x15px MF Dudu
23x15px MF Filipe Sertânia
No. Position Player
23x15px MF Jefferson Abreu
23x15px MF Lucas Patito
23x15px MF Matheus
23x15px MF Maycon
23x15px MF Moisés
23x15px MF Raí
23x15px MF Robson Simplício
23x15px MF Rogério
23x15px MF Válber
23x15px FW Belfort
23x15px FW Edgar
23x15px FW Fábio Lopes
23x15px FW Geraldo
23x15px FW Jheimy
23x15px FW Pimentinha
23x15px FW Robert
23x15px FW Vinícius Paquetá
23x15px FW Waldir

First-team staff

Position Name Nationality
Coach Leonardo Condé 23x15px Brazilian
Assistant coach Arlindo Maracanã 23x15px Brazilian

Ultra groups

  • Mancha Tricolor
  • Sangue Tricolor
  • Torcida Tradicional Tubarões da Fiel
  • Fiel Tricolor

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