Brazilian Campeonato Pernambucano
The Brazil Campeonato Pernambucano is Pernambuco's top football championship. Pernambuco is a state in Brazil, and its football federation is called: Pernambuco Football Federation. 12 football clubs from Pernambucano compete in the Campeonato Pernambucano for a total of 20 football matches per season. Sport is the most successful Pernambucano Football Club with 39 titles.
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Winners and Losers from Mexico's 2014 World Cup Campaign
Good performances, fantastic ambiance and a very entertaining coach are just some of the great things the team brought to Brazil. Like everything in life, there was a not so pleasant side, too. From the company that got into trouble for joking about ...
Vitoria: Socceroos' home away from home in every sense
Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's home away from home in Brazil is a bit like, well, Australia. The beaches, the subtropical climate, the landscape of the port city of Vitoria feels like home in every sense for the Socceroos, who have been welcomed by the locals with open arms.
In Brazil's Game, Winning Trumps Aesthetic Ideals
The 2014 FIFA World Cup, which happens to be playing out on Brazil's own stage, has dispelled one of sports' most entrenched (if somewhat mythical) beliefs: that Brazilian soccer is a showcase of tempo and timbre designed, above all else, to enthrall ...
England's game adopted by Brazil
Nothing strange there you might think, except Miller was talking about Sao Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil. That's right - Brazil. The country of ... cricket? Such was the sporting landscape at the end of the 19th century, before Miller, a Sao Paulo ...
Red Bulls' Henry receives personalized shirt from Vasco da Gama
Empire Of Soccer
As has been well established, Henry has made a career of fighting discrimination both on and off the field. The connection, then, becomes quite apparent. “I like the shirt, I like the crest, and it's a terrific club,” he explained. “Vasco was the first ...
Former Red Bull Juninho set to retire with Vasco
Empire Of Soccer
At 37 years of age, Juninho Pernambucano put in a stellar year with Vasco da Gama of the Brazilian Primera. At 38, he struggled to find his footing with the New York Red Bulls and the oft-healthy midfielder began to experience wear and injury. Now, the ...
'Little King' Juninho leaves big gap following retirement
Yahoo Eurosport UK (blog)
For all its faults, you could never accuse Brazilian football of ageism. Most obviously, it celebrates youth with unmatched fervour, catapulting players to national – and increasingly global – fame before puberty has yet loosened its fearful grip. The ...