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Copa Norte-Nordeste

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Copa Norte-Nordeste

Copa Norte-Nordeste was a football competition disputed between clubs from the North and Northeast regions of Brazil, and was an evolution of previous similar tournaments. The competition was contested between 1968 and 1970, by the state champions (and, in some states, the runner-ups) of those Brazilian regions. The competition was divided in two zones, one for each region: the North Zone and the Northeast Zone. The best qualified team of each zone played against each other in the competition final. In 1970, the first two qualified teams from each zone played a four-team round robin to decide the competition champion.

List of champions

Year Champion Runner-up North Zone
1st qualified
North Zone
2nd qualified
Northeast Zone
1st qualified
Northeast Zone
2nd qualified
1968 Pernambuco
Sport
Pará
Remo
Pará
Remo
Piauí
Piauí
Pernambuco
Sport
Alagoas
CSA
1969 Ceará
Ceará
Pará
Remo
Pará
Remo
Maranhão
Ferroviário (MA)
Ceará
Ceará
Bahia
Galícia
1970 Ceará
Fortaleza
Pernambuco
Sport
Alagoas
Fast
Pará
Tuna Luso
Pernambuco
Sport
Ceará
Fortaleza

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