1983 in Brazilian football

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The following article presents a summary of the 1983 football (soccer) season in Brazil, which was the 82nd season of competitive football in the country.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A[edit]

Quarterfinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Atlético Parananense 2–2 São Paulo 2–1 0–1
Vasco da Gama 2–3 Flamengo 1–2 1–1
Goiás 2–2 Santos 0–0 2–2
Sport 1–4 Atlético Mineiro 0–0 1–4

Semifinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Santos 2–1 Atlético Mineiro 2–1 0–0
Flamengo 3–2 Atlético Parananense 3–0 0–2

Final


May 18, 1983
Santos 2–1 Flamengo

May 29, 1983
Flamengo 3–0 Santos

Flamengo declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro champions by aggregate score of 4–2.

Relegation[edit]

The worst placed team in each one of the eight groups in the first stage plus the four clubs eliminated in the qualification/relegation playoff, which are Brasília, CSA, Ferroviário, Fortaleza, Galícia, Joinville, Juventus, Mixto, Moto Club, Paysandu, Rio Branco-ES and Treze, were relegated to the same year's second level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série B[edit]

Quarterfinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Galícia 3–5 Juventus 2–3 1–2
Londrina 0–2 Joinville 0–1 0–1
Mixto 2–7 CSA 1–3 1–4
Brasília 2–1 Central 1–0 1–1

Semifinals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Brasília 1–1 CSA 0–0 1–1
Joinville 1–2 Juventus 0–0 1–2

Final


April 24, 1983
CSA 3–1 Juventus


May 1, 1983
Juventus 3–0 CSA


May 4, 1983
Juventus 1–0 CSA


Juventus declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B champions by aggregate score of 5–3.

Promotion[edit]

The first placed team in each one of the four groups in the second stage, which were Guarani, Uberaba, Americano and Botafogo-SP, were promoted to the same season's first level's second stage.

State championship champions[edit]

State Champion State Champion
Acre Rio Branco-AC Paraíba Treze
Alagoas CRB Paraná Atlético Paranaense
Amapá Independente Pernambuco Santa Cruz
Amazonas Nacional Piauí Auto Esporte
Bahia Bahia Rio de Janeiro Fluminense
Ceará Fortaleza Rio Grande do Norte ABC
Distrito Federal Brasília Rio Grande do Sul Internacional
Espírito Santo Rio Branco-ES Rondônia Flamengo-RO
Goiás Goiás Roraima Atlético Roraima
Maranhão Moto Club Santa Catarina Joinville
Mato Grosso Operário (VG) São Paulo Corinthians
Mato Grosso do Sul Operário Sergipe Confiança
Minas Gerais Atlético Mineiro Tocantins -
Pará Tuna Luso

Youth competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Copa São Paulo de Juniores Atlético Mineiro

Other competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Taça Minas Gerais Cruzeiro
Torneio de Integração da Amazônia Baré

Brazilian clubs in international competitions[edit]

Team Copa Libertadores 1983 Intercontinental Cup 1983
Flamengo Group stage N/A
Grêmio Champions Champions

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 1983.

Date Opposition Result Score Brazil scorers Competition
April 28, 1983  Chile W 3–2 Careca, Éder, Renato International Friendly
June 8, 1983  Portugal W 4–0 Careca (2), Sócrates, Pedrinho International Friendly
June 12, 1983  Wales D 1–1 Paulo Isidoro International Friendly
June 17, 1983  Switzerland W 2–1 Sócrates, Careca International Friendly
June 22, 1983  Sweden D 3–3 Márcio Rossini, Careca, Jorginho International Friendly
July 28, 1983  Chile D 0–0 International Friendly
August 17, 1983  Ecuador W 1–0 Roberto Dinamite Copa América
August 24, 1983  Argentina L 0–1 Copa América
September 1, 1983  Ecuador W 5–0 Renato Gaúcho, Roberto Dinamite (2), Éder, Tita Copa América
August 14, 1983  Argentina D 0–0 Copa América
October 13, 1983  Paraguay D 1–1 Éder Copa América
October 20, 1983  Paraguay D 0–0 Copa América
October 27, 1983  Uruguay L 0–2 Copa América
November 4, 1983  Uruguay D 1–1 Jorginho Copa América

Women's football[edit]

Domestic competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Campeonato Carioca Radar
Taça Brasil Radar

References[edit]