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Clube Náutico Capibaribe

Náutico
Full name Clube Náutico Capibaribe
Nickname(s) Timbu (White-eared opossum)
Founded April 7, 1901 (1901-04-07)
Stadium Arena Pernambuco
Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
Ground Capacity 46,154
President Glauber Vasconcelos
Head coach Gilmar Dal Pozzo
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
2014 Série B, 13th
Website Club home page
Estádio dos Aflitos
Logo from 1995 to 2008

Clube Náutico Capibaribe (Portuguese pronunciation: ), also known as Náutico, is a Brazilian sports club, including a professional football team, in Recife, Pernambuco. Náutico, as of 2013, is competing in the Serie A.

The origins of Náutico may be traced to the foundation of the Clube Náutico do Recife by a group of rowers ("Náutico" can be directly translated to "nautical") in 1898, but the official foundation date is April 7 of 1901. Its first football team dates back to 1905, with a squad formed by Englishmen and Germans.

Náutico is the only football club in Pernambuco that has won the state championship 6 times in a row (from 1963 to 1968). The club has an historical rivalry with local clubs Sport Club do Recife and Santa Cruz Futebol Clube.

Náutico has an important swimming arena, including an Olympic-sized pool that meets all world standards. It also has activities in other sports including hockey, basketball, volleyball, handball, women's football, futsal, tennis, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, table-tennis, judo, karate and the founding sport of the club, rowing. The official mascot of Náutico is the opossum, known locally as "timbu".

Náutico has the 6th-largest core of fans in the Northeastern region of Brasil, and occupies the 21st place in the overall Brazilian ranking. In total, there were approximately 1,5 million Náutico fans in 2010, as showed by a Lance magazine and IBOPE research.

Contents

  • Stadium 1
  • Rivalry 2
  • National Ranking 3
  • Sponsors 4
  • Achievements 5
  • Statistics 6
  • Current squad 7
    • Out on loan 7.1
  • Current staff 8
  • Top goalscorers 9
  • Managers 10
  • References 11
  • External links 12

Stadium

Náutico's stadium is the Estádio Eládio de Barros Carvalho, popularly known as the Estádio dos Aflitos, inaugurated on June 25, 1939. It was the first stadium in Pernambuco state, with a maximum capacity of 19,800 people.[1] The stadium is named after Eládio de Barros Carvalho, who had fourteen spells as Naútico's president. Aflitos is so nicknamed because it is located in the Nossa Senhora dos Aflitos neighborhood.

  • First game (25/06/1939): Naútico 5–2 Sport Club do Recife
  • First goal (25/06/1939): Wilson (Náutico)
  • Largest attendance(21/07/1968): Náutico 1–0 Sport Club do Recife (31,061 spectators)
  • Biggest score(01/07/1945): Náutico 21–3 Flamengo of Pernambuco
  • Capacity: 19,800 seated spectators

Starting in July 2013 Náutico will be playing their home matches in Arena Cidade da Copa (Arena Pernambuco). Arena Pernambuco is a new stadium under construction in the western suburbs of Recife and was originally being constructed for the 2014 World Cup. Having outgrown their current capacity at Estádio dos Aflitos and unable to expand the stadium further, Náutico signed into agreement to purchase the new Arena Pernambuco. Five World Cup 2014 matches will be held at the new stadium along with Náutico's home matches.

Rivalry

Náutico's greatest rivalry is with Sport Club do Recife, and their derbies are known as the Clássico dos Clássicos ("The Derby of the Derbies", in Portuguese). It is one of the oldest derbies in Brazilian football. Sport Club do Recife was formed from a dissident group from the then elitist Náutico. Because of this, the derby has complex social implications that continue today.

Náutico's other local rival is Santa Cruz. The rivalry between the two clubs is known as the Clássico das Emoções ("The Derby of the Emotions").

National Ranking

  • Position: 22nd
  • Pontuation: 8.036 points

Every year CBF publish the Brazilian National Ranking on December. This ranking just includes all National tournaments (not including State, Regional and International tournaments) between 1959 and 2012 (since 2012, will count just the last 5 seasons).

Sponsors

  • Penalty (Apparel Suppliers & Manufacturer 2011–14)
  • Eletro Shopping (Electric Apparel seller)
  • Philco (Electrical Manufacturer)
  • Tintas Iquine (Paint Manufacturer)
  • Brahma (Beer maker)

Achievements

1934, 1939, 1945, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1974, 1984, 1985, 1989, 2001, 2002, 2004
2011
Runners-up (1): 1967
Runners-up (2): 1988, 2011
  • Brazilian Championship: 53 presences
Taça Brasil: 7 presences

– Best results: 2nd in (67), 2 times in 3rd (65/66) and 2 times in 4th (64/68)

Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa: 1 presence

– Best and only result: 17th (1968)

Serie A: 27 presences

– Best results: 6th in (1984), 12th in (2012) and 5 times in 13th (75/83/87/89/90)

Serie B: 17 presences (including 2015)

– Best results: 2 times in 2nd (88/2011) and 4 times in 3rd (96/97/05/06)

Serie C: 1 presence

– Best and only result: 3rd (1999)

– Best results: 3rd in (90) and 5th in (07)

Statistics

*Yellow Mode of Copa União.

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
GK Bruno
GK Jefferson Gol
GK Júlio César
DF Bernardo
DF David
DF Diego
DF Elivelton (on loan from Fluminense)
DF Flávio
DF Gaston Filgueira
DF Fabiano Eller
DF Lucas Piauí
DF Ronaldo Alves
DF Welton Felipe
MF Adniel
MF Anderson Preto
MF Bruno Alves
No. Position Player
MF Fillipe Soutto (on loan from Atlético Mineiro)
MF Guilherme
MF Gustavo Henrique
MF Helder Ribeiro
MF Igor Neves
MF Jefferson Renan (on loan from Porto-PE)
MF João Ananias
MF Patrick Vieira (on loan from Palmeiras)
MF Pedro Carmona
MF Willian Magrão
FW João Paulo
FW Josimar
FW Renato Henrique
FW Ronny
FW Stefano Yuri (on loan from Santos)

Out on loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
DF Danilo Quipapa (to Vera Cruz-PE)
DF Joazi (to Porto-PE)
DF William Alves (to Paysandu)
No. Position Player
MF Elicarlos (to Chapecoense)
FW Rogério (to EC Vitória)

Current staff

Position Name
Head Coach Gilmar Dal Pozzo
Goalkeeping Coach Paraíba
Fitness Coaches Ricardo Seguins, Elior Alves & Mauricio Copertino
Club Doctors Múcio Vaz, Paulo Regueira & Jorge Silva
Physiotherapists Cléber Queiroga, Silmario & Andre
Masseurs Alexandre & Irapuan
General Assistants Araponga, Paulo Leme, Joselito, Pedro Gama & Pirata
Football Directors Toninho Monteiro, Paulo Pontes, Zeca Cavalcante & Armando Ribeiro

Top goalscorers

Player
Goals
1. Bita 223
2. Fernando Carvalheira 185
3. Kuki 184
4. Baiano 181
5. Ivson 118
6. Bizu 114
7. Ivanildo Cunha 112
8. Nino Paraíba 102
9. Geraldo José 101
10. Nivaldo 95
11. Jorge Mendonça 95

Top goalscorers in the Campeonato Pernambucano

Player
Goals
1. Fernando Carvalheira 140
2. Bita 90
3. Baiano 80
4. Ivson 70

Top Náutico goalscorers in the Náutico-Santa Cruz derby (O Clássico das Emoções)

Player
Goals
1. Bita 16
2. Ivson 15
3. Fernando Carvalheira 12

Top Náutico goalscorers in the Náutico-Sport derby (O Clássico dos Clássicos)

Player
Goals
1. Fernando Carvalheira 25
2. Bita 23
3. Ivson 16

Managers

References

  1. ^ "Aflitos" (in Portuguese). Templos do Futebol. Retrieved 2008-12-01. 

External links

  • Official site
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