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Luverdense Esporte Clube

Luverdense
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Full name Luverdense Esporte Clube
Founded January 24, 2004
Stadium Passo das Emas,
Lucas do Rio Verde, Brazil
Ground Capacity 6,000
President Helmuth Augusto Lavisch
Head coach Roberval Davino
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série C
2012 Série C, 6th
Home colors
Away colors

Luverdense Esporte Clube is a Brazilian football team from Lucas do Rio Verde. They won the Campeonato Mato-Grossense twice and competed several times in the Série C.

History

The club was founded on January 24, 2004, by entrepreneurs and farmers. The club name, Luverdense, refers to the demonym used to refer to people born in Lucas do Rio Verde city.[1]

The club won the Copa Governador do Mato Grosso in 2004, in 2007 and in 2011.[2] As the club won the 2007 edition, the club qualified to the 2008 Série C.[3] Luverdense won the Campeonato Mato-Grossense for the first time on May 17, 2009, after beating Araguaia in the final.[4]

The club was eliminated in the First Stage in the 2005 Série C, in the Third Stage in 2008, in the First Stage in 2009, in the First Stage in the 2010 and in the First Stage in 2011.

Achievements

2009, 2012
  • Copa Governador do Mato Grosso: 3
2004, 2007, 2011

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Brazil GK Gabriel Leite
Brazil GK Leo Carvalho
Brazil GK Lucas
Brazil DF Braga
Brazil DF Márcio Leandro
Brazil DF Zé Roberto
Brazil DF Adriano Ferreira
Brazil DF Edinho
Brazil DF Raul
Brazil MF David
Brazil MF Gilson
Brazil MF Júlio Terceiro
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Thiago Henrique
Brazil MF Adinil Junior
Brazil MF Kildren
Brazil MF Leandrinho
Brazil MF Rafael Tavares
Brazil MF Vevé
Brazil FW Felipe Tchele
Brazil FW Jairo
Brazil FW Marcelo Maciel
Brazil FW Pedrinho
Brazil FW Tatu
Brazil FW Tozin

External links

  • Official website (Portuguese)

References

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