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Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20

Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20
Country  Brazil
Founded 2006
Divisions 1
Number of teams 20
Level on pyramid 1
Current champions Fluminense
(2015)
Most championships Cruzeiro (3 titles)
TV partners SporTV
2015 Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20

The Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20 is the official Brazilian national Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).[1]

Contents

  • Participating teams 1
  • Format 2
  • Host cities 3
  • List of champions 4
    • Organized by FGF 4.1
    • Organized by CBF 4.2
  • Titles 5
    • By team 5.1
    • By state 5.2
  • See also 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Participating teams

The first edition was played in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, contested by 30 clubs – the 20 clubs currently playing in the Campeonato Brasileiro plus 10 qualified from the federation's national ranking. Since 2007, only clubs participating in the same season's Série A are invited to participate in the Sub-20, unless one of the invited teams decide not to participate. In this case it is replaced by an invited team who is not competing in the Série A.

Format

In the first round, the 30 clubs were divided in six groups of five clubs each. The two best placed clubs of each group plus the four best third placed teams qualified to the second stage. The second stage onwards were contested in single knockout matches. The semifinals losers played a third place match, whereas the winners played the final.

Since 2007, the 20 participating teams are divided in four groups of five teams each. The two best placed teams of each group qualify to the quarterfinals. The quarterfinals onwards were contested in single knockout matches. The semifinals losers play a third place game in some editions of the competition, whereas the winners play the final.

Host cities

In 2014, the host cities were Porto Alegre, Gravataí, Novo Hamburgo and Alvorada. The final match occurred in the city of Porto Alegre.

List of champions

Organized by FGF

Year Host Final
Winner Score Runner-up
2006
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Internacional
4−0
Grêmio
2007
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Cruzeiro
1−0
Internacional
2008
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Grêmio
2−1
Sport
2009
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Grêmio
1−0
Atlético Mineiro
2010
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Cruzeiro
0−0
(4–2p)

Palmeiras
2011
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

América
2−1

Fluminense
2012
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Cruzeiro
2−1
Internacional
2013
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Internacional
2−0
Palmeiras
2014
Details

Rio Grande do Sul

Corinthians
1−0
Atlético Paranaense

Organized by CBF

Year Final
Winner Score Runner-up
2015
Details

Fluminense
1−1
3−0

Vitória

Titles

By team

Club Winners Runners-up Winning years
Cruzeiro
3
0
2007, 2010, 2012
Internacional
2
2
2006, 2013
Grêmio
2
1
2008, 2009
América
1
0
2011
Corinthians
1
0
2014
Fluminense
1
0
2015

By state

State Winners Runners-up Winning Clubs Runners-up
 Rio Grande do Sul
4
3
Grêmio (2), Internacional (2) Internacional (2), Grêmio (1)
 Minas Gerais
4
1
Cruzeiro (3), América (1) Atlético Mineiro (1)
 São Paulo
1
2
Corinthians (1) Palmeiras (2)
 Rio de Janeiro
1
1
Fluminense (1) Fluminense (1)
0
1
Vitória (1)
0
1
Atlético Paranaense (1)
0
1
Sport (1)

See also

References

  1. ^

External links

  • RSSSF
  • Federação Gaúcha de Futebol
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