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1972 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A

 

1972 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
Season 1972
Champions Palmeiras (5th title)
1971
1973

The 1972 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A was the 16th season of the Série A.

Overview

It was performed in 26 teams, and Palmeiras won the championship.

Final standings

Pos Club Pts P W D L GF GA GD
1 Palmeiras 42 30 16 10 4 46 19 27
2 Botafogo 33 30 10 13 7 38 31 7
3 Internacional 40 29 13 14 2 42 25 17
4 Corinthians 36 29 12 12 5 31 26 5
5 Coritiba 35 28 13 9 6 36 23 13
6 Cruzeiro 34 28 12 10 6 41 27 14
7 Vasco da Gama 34 28 11 12 5 28 18 10
8 Santos 33 28 12 9 7 34 22 12
9 São Paulo 32 28 13 6 9 49 32 17
10 Grêmio 31 28 11 9 8 24 18 6
11 Atlético Mineiro 30 28 11 8 9 35 29 6
12 Flamengo 30 28 10 10 8 24 25 -1
13 Ceará 30 28 8 14 6 28 27 1
14 Fluminense 29 28 9 11 8 23 22 1
15 América-RJ 28 28 9 10 9 22 26 -4
16 Santa Cruz 25 28 8 9 11 34 43 -9
17 Remo 25 25 5 15 5 21 20 1
18 Bahia 23 25 6 11 8 16 23 -7
19 Náutico 22 25 7 8 10 30 34 -4
20 Vitória 22 25 6 10 9 13 26 -13
21 Nacional-AM 18 25 4 10 11 23 31 -8
22 América Mineiro 18 25 3 12 10 18 28 -10
23 Portuguesa 17 25 4 9 12 25 37 -12
24 ABC 15 25 4 7 14 18 33 -15
25 CRB 13 25 1 11 13 18 45 -27
26 Sergipe 9 25 2 5 18 14 41 -27

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