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Veranópolis Esporte Clube Recreativo e Cultural

Full name Veranópolis Esporte Clube
Recreativo e Cultural
Nickname(s) VEC, Pentacolor
Founded January 15, 1992 (1992-01-15) (22 years ago)
Stadium Antônio David Farina, Veranópolis, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Ground Capacity 8,000
Home colors
Away colors
Third colors

Veranópolis Esporte Clube Recreativo e Cultural, usually known simply as Veranópolis is a Brazilian football club from Veranópolis, Rio Grande do Sul.


On January 15, 1992,[1] Veranópolis Esporte Clube Recreativo e Cultural was founded, after two local clubs, Dalban and Veranense, fused.[2]

In 1993, Veranópolis, managed by Tite,[3] won the Campeonato Gaúcho Second Level.[4]

In 2007, the club, managed by Paulo Porto, reached the Campeonato Gaúcho semifinals, where the club was defeated by Juventude of Caxias do Sul.[5]

Club colors and nickname

The club's colors are blue, green, red, yellow [6] and white.[1] Because of its colors, Veranópolis is nicknamed Pentacolor (meaning five colors).[7] The club is also nicknamed by the acronym VEC.[1]


Veranópolis Esporte Clube Recreativo e Cultural's home stadium is Antônio David Farina stadium, located in Medianeira neighborhood,[8] with a maximum capacity of 8,000 people.[1]

Noted players



External links

  • (Portuguese) Official website

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