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Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul

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SER Caxias do Sul
SER_Caxias_do_Sul2.svg
Full name Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul
Nickname(s) Grená
Founded April 10, 1935; 82 years ago (1935-04-10)
Stadium Centenário, Caxias do Sul
Ground Capacity 30,802
President Nelson Mario Rech Filho
Head coach Luís Antônio Zaluar
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
2013 Série C, 7th
Website Club home page

SER Caxias do Sul, also known as Caxias, is a Brazilian football club based in Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul. Founded in 1934, Caxias currently plays the Brazilian Third Division - Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.

As Brazil has continental proportions, state championships are also highly valued by its population. Caxias won the Campeonato Gaúcho - Rio Grande do Sul State Championship in 2000, and lost the 2012 Final to Sport Club Internacional.

Its fiercest rival is Juventude, the other club based in Caxias do Sul. The local derby is known as Ca-Ju. Grená currently is ranked as the 46th best team in Brazil, according to the Brazilian Football Confederation Ranking.[1]

History

Caxias was founded on April 10, 1935, as Grêmio Esportivo Flamengo, which had been a fusion of two other teams (Ruy Barbosa and Rio Branco).[2] However the club, as well as Juventude folded due to a financial crisis in the 1960s.[2] Both teams merged into Associação Caxias de Futebol on December 14, 1971.[2] Juventude reestablished itself in 1975, and Grêmio Esportivo Flamengo adopted the name Sociedade Esportiva e Recreativa Caxias do Sul.[2] In 1972, Associação Caxias de Futebol and Grêmio played the first game on color TV in Brazil. The game finished 0-0. The club's greatest feat was the 2000 Campeonato Gaúcho title.[2]

Anthem

  • Written by: Dirceu Antônio Soares
  • Music by: Antônio Messias and Dirceu Antônio Soares

Achievements

2000
1953
1990
1996
1998
1998

Current squad

As of February 9th, 2015[3]

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 Renan
23x15px GK Thiago Rodrigues
23x15px GK Pablo
23x15px DF Rodrigo Arroz
23x15px DF Bebeto
23x15px DF Leo Carioca
23x15px DF Breno
23x15px DF Jean
23x15px DF Léo
23x15px DF Rafael Carioca
23x15px DF André Luiz
23x15px DF Dener
23x15px DF Raone
23x15px MF Baiano
23x15px MF Clayton
No. Position Player
23x15px MF Edmilson
23x15px MF David
23x15px MF Karl
23x15px MF Léo
23x15px MF Patrick
23x15px MF Valdeir
23x15px MF Paulinho Oliveira
23x15px MF Tallys
23x15px FW Charles
23x15px FW Felipe
23x15px FW Felipe José
23x15px FW Lucas Dantas
23x15px FW Mailson
23x15px FW Marcos Paulo (on loan from Grêmio)
23x15px FW Leonardo
23x15px FW Vanderlei

First-team staff

Position Name Nationality
Coach Paulo Turra 23x15px Brazil

Stadium

Main article: Estádio Centenário

Caxias' stadium is Estádio Centenário, inaugurated in 1976, with a maximum capacity of 30,802 people.[4]

Rivalry

Caxias´ biggest rival is Juventude. The game between the two clubs is named CA-JU. The other rival of Caxias is Esportivo of Bento Gonçalves.

References

  1. ^ 2012 Brazilian Football Confederation National Ranking
  2. ^ a b c d e Enciclopédia do Futebol Brasileiro Lance Volume 1. Rio de Janeiro: Aretê Editorial S/A. 2001. pp. 144–145. ISBN 85-88651-01-7. 
  3. ^ http://www.sercaxias.com.br/time_timeatual.php
  4. ^ "Centenário" (in Portuguese). Templos do Futebol. Retrieved June 12, 2009. 

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