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Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

 

Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

The Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (English: Rio de Janeiro State Football Federation), usually known by the acronyms FERJ and FFERJ, manages all the official football tournaments within the state of Rio de Janeiro including the Campeonato Carioca, the Campeonato Carioca lower levels, the Copa Rio, and the Campeonato Carioca de Futebol Feminino. It was founded in 1978.

History

On March 15, 1975, the states of Guanabara, which consisted essentially only of the city of Rio de Janeiro and until 1960 the federal capital district of Brasil, and Rio de Janeiro, essentially the non-metropolitan area of today's state of Rio de Janeiro were merged to today's State of Rio de Janeiro. On September 29, 1978, the Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro was founded by the merger of Guanabara state's Federação Carioca de Futebol (Carioca Football Federation, FCF) and Rio de Janeiro state's Federação Fluminense de Desportos (Fluminense Sports Federation, FFD). Octávio Pinto Guimarães, who was FCF's president, was chosen as FERJ's first president.[1]

In 1979, the Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro organized two different state championships, both won by Flamengo. Those competitions were the first competitions organized by FERJ.[1]

Presidents

Name Term start Term end
1. Octávio Pinto Guimarães 1978 1985
2. Eduardo Viana 1985 2006
3. Rubens Lopes da Costa Filho 2006 2014

References

External links

  • (Portuguese) Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro official website

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