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Copa do Nordeste

Copa do Nordeste
Founded 1976
Region Brazil's Northeast
Number of teams 16
Current champions Ceará (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Vitória (5 titles)
Television broadcasters Rede Globo
TV Esporte Interativo
Website Official website
2015 season

Copa do Nordeste (English: Cup of the North-East), also known as Campeonato do Nordeste (English: Championship of the North-East) or Copa Nordeste (English: Northeastern Cup), is a Brazilian football competition contested between Northeastern region teams.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Competition format 2
  • List of champions 3
  • Performances 4
    • By club 4.1
    • By state 4.2
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The competition was first played in 1976, as Torneio José Américo de Almeida Filho. It was played again in 1994. From 1997 to 1999, the Campeonato do Nordeste champions granted qualification to Copa Conmebol.

From 2000 to 2002, the Campeonato do Nordeste champions granted qualification to the Copa dos Campeões.

The competition returned in 2010, after being defunct since 2003.[1] Copa do Nordeste returned again in 2013. From the 2014 Copa do Nordeste winner will get a spot in the Copa Sudamericana.

Competition format

In 2010, all 16 clubs play against each other once. The four best played teams qualify to the playoff stage, which is played in one leg, starting with the semifinals.[1]

The first and second-placed clubs play all their playoff games at home.[1]

List of champions

Year Finals Semifinalists
Winners Score Runners-up
1976
Details

Vitória
3 – 0
América

ABC

Botafogo
1977–1993 Not held
1994
Details

Sport Recife
0 – 0
(3–2p)

CRB

Bahia

Cruzeiro
1995–1996 Not held
1997
Details

Vitória
3 – 0
1 – 2
Aggregate

4 – 2

Bahia

Sport Recife

Ceará
1998
Details

América
1 – 2
3 – 1
Aggregate

4 – 3

Vitória

Bahia

Santa Cruz
1999
Details

Vitória
2 – 0
0 – 1
Aggregate

2 – 1

Bahia

CSA

Sport Recife
2000
Details

Sport Recife
2 – 2
2 – 2
Aggregate

4 – 4

Vitória

Poções

Sergipe
2001
Details

Bahia
3 – 1
Sport Recife

Náutico

Fortaleza
2002
Details

Bahia
3 – 1
2 – 2
Aggregate

5 – 3

Vitória

Náutico

Santa Cruz
2003
Details

Vitória
1 – 1
0 – 0
Aggregate

1 – 1

Fluminense de Feira

ABC

América
2004–2009 Not held
2010
Details

Vitória
2 – 1
ABC

CSA

Treze
2011–2012 Not held
2013
Details

Campinense
2 – 1
2 – 0
Aggregate

4 – 1

ASA

Ceará

Fortaleza
2014
Details

Sport Recife
2 – 0
1 – 1
Aggregate

3 – 1

Ceará

América

Santa Cruz
2015
Details

Ceará
1 – 0
2 – 1
Aggregate

3 – 1

Bahia

Vitória

Sport Recife
  • p: after penalty shoot-out

Performances

By club

Performance in the Northeastern Cup by club
Club Won Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Vitória 5 3 1976, 1997, 1999, 2003, 2010 1998, 2000, 2002
Sport Recife 3 1 1994, 2000, 2014 2001
Bahia 2 3 2001, 2002 1997, 1999, 2015
América 1 1 1998 1976
Ceará 1 1 2015 2014
Campinense 1 0 2013 &
CRB 0 1 &
1994
Fluminense de Feira 0 1 &
2003
ABC 0 1 &
2010
ASA 0 1 &
2013

By state

Performance by state
State Winners Runners-up
 Bahia 7 7
 Pernambuco 3 1
 Rio Grande do Norte 1 2
 Ceará 1 1
 Paraíba 1 0
 Alagoas 0 2

References

  1. ^ a b c LigadoNordeste.com.br (April 8, 2010). "Regulamento da competição." (in Portuguese). Retrieved April 9, 2010. 

External links

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