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Copa Santa Catarina

The Copa Santa Catarina (English: Santa Catarina Cup) is a tournament organized by the Santa Catarina State Football Federation every second half of the season. It is played by Santa Catarina state teams.[1] The competition's winner gains the right to compete in the same year's Recopa Sul-Brasileira and in the following year's Campeonato Brasileiro Série D.[1] The competition was formed in 1990.[2]

Format

In the 2007 season, the competition was played by five clubs and it was divided in three stages. The clubs played against each once in each of the first two stages, and the winners of both stages played the final in two legs.[1][3]

List of champions

Year Winner Runner-up
1990 Figueirense Brusque
1991 Araranguá Figueirense
1992 Brusque Internacional de Lages
1993 Criciúma Figueirense
1995 Avaí Joinville
1996 Figueirense Chapecoense
1998 Tubarão Criciúma
2006 Chapecoense Próspera
2007 Marcílio Dias Joinville
2008 Brusque Joinville
2009 Joinville Metropolitano
2010 Brusque Joinville
2011 Joinville Brusque
2012 Joinville Marcílio Dias

Titles by team

Club Titles Runner-ups
Joinville 3 (2009, 2011, 2012) 4 (1995, 2007, 2008, 2010)
Brusque 3 (1992, 2008, 2010) 2 (1990, 2011)
Figueirense 2 (1990 and 1996) 2 (1991 and 1995)
Chapecoense 1 (2006) 1 (1996)
Criciúma 1 (1993) 1 (1998)
Araranguá 1 (1991) 0
Avaí 1 (1995) 0
Tubarão 1 (1998) 0
Marcílio Dias 1 (2007) 0
Internacional de Lages 0 1 (1992)
Metropolitano 0 1 (2009)
Próspera 0 1 (2006)

References

External links

  • (Portuguese) Federação Catarinense de Futebol

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