1936 in Brazilian football

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The 1936 football (soccer) season was the 35th season of competitive football in Brazil.

Campeonato Paulista[edit]

In 1936 there were two different editions of the Campeonato Paulista. One was organized by the Associação Paulista de Esportes Atléticos (APEA) while the other one was organized by the Liga Paulista de Foot-Ball (LPF).

APEA's Campeonato Paulista[edit]

Final Standings

Position Team Points Played Won Drawn Lost For Against Difference
1 Portuguesa 21 12 10 1 1 54 14 40
2 Ypiranga-SP 19 12 9 1 2 32 20 12
3 EC São Caetano 15 12 6 3 3 26 22 4
4 Tremembé 9 12 2 5 5 11 25 -14
5 1º de Maio 8 12 3 2 7 16 26 -10
6 Humberto Primo 6 12 2 2 8 17 30 -13
7 Ordem e Progresso 6 12 3 0 9 21 40 -19

Portuguesa declared as the APEA's Campeonato Paulista champions.

LPF's Campeonato Paulista[edit]

The LPF's Campeonato Paulista final was played between Palestra Itália-SP and Corinthians.





Palestra Itália-SP declared as the LPF's Campeonato Paulista champions by aggregate score of 3-1.

State championship champions[edit]

State Champion State Champion
Acre - Paraíba Botafogo-PB
Alagoas CSA Paraná Atlético Paranaense
Amapá - Pernambuco Tramways-PE
Amazonas Nacional Piauí -
Bahia Bahia Rio de Janeiro Alliança
Ceará Maguari Rio de Janeiro (DF) Vasco (by FMD)
Fluminense (by LFC)
Espírito Santo Rio Branco-ES Rio Grande do Norte ABC
Goiás - Rio Grande do Sul Rio Grande
Maranhão not disputed Rondônia -
Mato Grosso - Santa Catarina Figueirense
Minas Gerais Atlético Mineiro São Paulo Portuguesa (by APEA)
Palestra Itália-SP (by LPF)
Pará Remo Sergipe Cotingüiba

Other competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Campeonato Brasileiro de Seleções Estaduais São Paulo

Brazil national team[edit]

The following table lists all the games played by the Brazil national football team in official competitions and friendly matches during 1936.

Date Opposition Result Score Brazil scorers Competition
December 27, 1936  Peru W 3-2 Roberto, Afonsinho, Niginho South American Championship

References[edit]