2007 Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino

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2007 Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino
Country  Brazil
Teams 32
Champions Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad
Runners-up São Paulo (state) Botucatu
Matches played 68
Goals scored 246 (3.62 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Daniela Alves (MS/Saad) - 14 goals

The 2007 Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino was the first staging of the competition and was played from October 30 to December 9, 2007. 32 clubs of all regions of Brazil participated of the cup, which was organized by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF). The champion was Mato Grosso do Sul/Saad.

Competition format[edit]

32 clubs, selected by their respective state federations, participated of the Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino 2007.

The 32 clubs were divided in 6 pools (A/B/C/D/E/F), according to their regions.

The first three stages were two-legged knockout matches, but the clubs of the groups C, D, E and F did not play the third stage. The winners of each pool plus the two clubs with the best record among the third stage eliminated teams of the groups 22, 23 and 24, and 25 and 26 qualified to the fourth stage.

In the fourth stage, the four teams were divided in two groups of four teams each, playing against the other teams of their groups once. The matches were played at Mané Garrincha, Brasília and Boca do Jacaré, Taguatinga, Distrito Federal.

Group 27 Group 28
Group 21 winner
Group 22 winner
Group 23 winner
Group 24 winner
Group 25 winner
Group 26 winner
second club with the best record
among the third stage eliminated
teams of the groups 22, 23 and 24.
second club with the best record
among the third stage eliminated
teams of the groups 25 and 26.

The two best clubs of each group qualified to the semifinals, and the semifinals winners played the final on December 9, at Estádio Mané Garrincha, Brasília.

Ranking criteria[edit]

If the teams were level on points, they were ranked on the following criteria in order:

  1. Greatest total goal difference;
  2. Greatest number of goals scored as a visitor;.
  3. Penalty shootout.

Participating teams[edit]

The 2007 participating teams were the following clubs:[1]

 

Table[edit]

First Stage[edit]

references: [3][4]

Pool Group Team #1 Score Team #2 Stadium/City
1st Match 2nd Match
A
1
Roraima Baré

October 30: 0-0
November 2: 2-3
aggregate: 2-3

Amazonas (Brazilian state) Rio Negro Ribeirão
Roraima Boa Vista
Vivaldo Lima
Amazonas (Brazilian state) Manaus
2
Rondônia Genus

October 30: 3-0
November 2: 3-0
aggregate: 6-0

Acre (state) Andirá Aluízio Ferreira
Rondônia Porto Velho
Arena da Floresta
Acre (state) Rio Branco
3
Amapá Rio Norte

October 30: 1-2
November 2: 3-1
aggregate: 4-3

Pará Independente Glicério Marques
Amapá Macapá
Mangueirão
Pará Belém
4
Tocantins Gurupi

October 30: 0-2
November 2: 0-0
aggregate: 0-2

Maranhão Internacional Resende Rocha
Tocantins Gurupi
Nhozinho Santos
Maranhão São Luís
B
5
Sergipe CEPE

October 30: 0-1
November 2: 2-8
aggregate: 2-9

Bahia São Francisco Presidente Médici
Sergipe Itabaiana
Junqueira Ayres
Bahia S.F. do Conde
6
Alagoas CESMAC

October 30: 0-5
November 2: 1-3
aggregate: 1-8

Pernambuco Sport Nelson Feijó
Alagoas Maceió
Ilha do Retiro
Pernambuco Recife
7
Paraíba River Plate

October 30: 0-1
November 2: 0-6
aggregate: 0-7

Rio Grande do Norte ABC Sílvio Porto
Paraíba Guarabira
Frasqueirão
Rio Grande do Norte Natal
8
Piauí Tiradentes

October 30: 2-0
November 2: 3-0
aggregate: 5-0

Ceará Horizonte Alberto Silva
Piauí Teresina
Clenilsão
Ceará Horizonte
C
9
Mato Grosso Mixto

November 2: 2-0
November 8: 2-3
aggregate: 4-3

Goiás Aliança Presidente Dutra
Mato Grosso Cuiabá
Antônio Accioly
Goiás Goiânia
10
Mato Grosso do Sul MS/SAAD

November 2: 2-0
November 8: 7-1
aggregate: 9-1

Federal District (Brazil) CRESSPOM Morenão
Mato Grosso do Sul Campo Grande
CAVE
Federal District (Brazil) Guará
D
11
Rio Grande do Sul Juventude

November 2: 1-1
November 8: 0-0
aggregate: 1-1¹

Rio Grande do Sul Internacional Alfredo Jaconi
Rio Grande do Sul Caxias do Sul
Beira Rio
Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre
12
Santa Catarina (state) Scorpions

November 2: 0-7
November 8: 1-5
aggregate:1-12

Paraná (state) São José Orlando Scarpelli
Santa Catarina (state) Florianópolis
Pinhão
Paraná (state) São José dos Pinhais
E
13
Espírito Santo Desportiva

November 2: 2-1
November 8: 0-4
aggregate: 2-5

Minas Gerais Nacional Engenheiro Araripe
Espírito Santo Cariacica
Frimisa
Minas Gerais Santa Luzia
14
Minas Gerais Benfica

November 2: 3-2
November 8: 5-1
aggregate: 8-3

Rio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama Mario Helênio
Minas Gerais Juiz de Fora
São Januário
Rio de Janeiro (state) Rio de Janeiro
F
15
São Paulo (state) Botucatu

November 2: 0-0
November 8: 2-1
aggregate: 2-1

São Paulo (state) Santos Arísio Paes Cruz
São Paulo (state) Botucatu
Vila Belmiro
São Paulo (state) Santos
16
Rio de Janeiro (state) America

November 2: 1-1
November 8: 2-0
aggregate: 3-1

São Paulo (state) AJA Giulitte Coutinho
Rio de Janeiro (state) Mesquita
Azulão
São Paulo (state) Jaguariúna

¹ Internacional qualified due to the away goals rule.

Second Stage[edit]

Pool Group Team #1 Score Team #2 Stadium/City
1st Match 2nd Match
A
17
Rondônia Genus

November 9: 4-1
November 13: 3-3
aggregate: 7-4

Amazonas (Brazilian state) Rio Negro Aluízio Ferreira
Rondônia Porto Velho [5]
Vivaldo Lima
Amazonas (Brazilian state) Manaus
18
Amapá Rio Norte

November 8: 1-2
November 13: 2-2
aggregate: 3-4

Maranhão Internacional Glicério Marques
Amapá Macapá
Nhozinho Santos
Maranhão São Luís
B
19
Bahia São Francisco

November 8: 0-0
November 13: 2-1
aggregate: 2-1

Pernambuco Sport Junqueira Ayres
Bahia S.F. do Conde
Ilha do Retiro
Pernambuco Recife
20
Piauí Tiradentes

November 8: 4-1
November 13: 4-3
aggregate: 8-4

Rio Grande do Norte ABC Alberto Silva
Piauí Teresina
Frasqueirão
Rio Grande do Norte Natal
C
21
Mato Grosso Mixto

November 15: 0-4
November 22: 1-4
aggregate: 1-8

Mato Grosso do Sul MS/SAAD Verdão
Mato Grosso Cuiabá
Morenão
Mato Grosso do Sul Campo Grande
D
22
Paraná (state) São José

November 15: 2-1
November 22: 1-0
aggregate: 3-1

Rio Grande do Sul Internacional Pinhão
Paraná (state) São José dos Pinhais
Beira Rio
Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre
E
23
Minas Gerais Nacional

November 15: 0-5
November 22: 1-7
aggregate: 1-12

Minas Gerais Benfica Frimisa
Minas Gerais Santa Luzia
Mario Helênio
Minas Gerais Juiz de Fora
F
24
Rio de Janeiro (state) America

November 15: 1-1
November 22: 0-1
aggregate: 1-2

São Paulo (state) Botucatu Giulite Coutinho
Rio de Janeiro (state) Mesquita
Acrísio Paes Cruz
São Paulo (state) Botucatu

Third Stage[edit]

Pool Group Team #1 Score Team #2 Stadium/City
1st Match 2nd Match
A
25
Rondônia Genus

November 22: 3-0
November 26: 1-0
aggregate: 4-0

Maranhão Internacional Aluízio Ferreira
Rondônia Porto Velho
Nhozinho Santos
Maranhão São Luís
B
26
Piauí Tiradentes

November 22: 1-3
November 26: 1-1
aggregate: 2-4

Bahia São Francisco Alberto Silva
Piauí Teresina
Junqueira Ayres
Bahia S.F. do Conde

References: [6][7]

Fourth Stage[edit]

Group 27[edit]

Position Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1
Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad
7
3
2
1
0
16
2
+14
2
Minas Gerais Benfica
7
3
2
1
0
15
2
+13
3
Rio de Janeiro (state) America
3
3
1
0
2
3
5
-2
4
Rondônia Genus
0
3
0
0
3
1
26
-25
Pos. Qualified to the Semifinals
Pos. Eliminated of the competition
Group Round Team 1 Score Team 2 Stadium/City
27
1st
Minas Gerais Benfica

November 29: 1-0

Rio de Janeiro (state) America Mané Garrincha
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
27
1st
Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad

November 29: 11-0

Rondônia Genus Mané Garrincha
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
27
2nd
Rio de Janeiro (state) America

December 1: 0-3

Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad Mané Garrincha
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
27
2nd
Rondônia Genus

December 1: 0-12

Minas Gerais Benfica Mané Garrincha
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
27
3rd
Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad

December 4: 2-2

Minas Gerais Benfica Mané Garrincha
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
27
3rd
Rondônia Genus

December 4: 1-3

Rio de Janeiro (state) America Boca do Jacaré
Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga

(*) America qualified to the fourth stage because it had the best record among the third stage eliminated teams of the groups 22, 23 and 24.

Group 28[edit]

Position Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
1
São Paulo (state) Botucatu
9
3
3
0
0
8
1
+7
2
Bahia São Francisco
3
3
1
0
2
4
5
-1
3
Piauí Tiradentes
3
3
1
0
2
3
5
-2
4
Paraná (state) São José
3
3
1
0
2
2
5
-4
Pos. Qualified to the Semifinals
Pos. Eliminated of the competition
Group Round Team 1 Score Team 2 Stadium/City
28
1st
Paraná (state) São José

November 29: 1-3

Bahia São Francisco Boca do Jacaré
Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga
28
1st
São Paulo (state) Botucatu

November 29: 3-1

Piauí Tiradentes Boca do Jacaré
Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga
28
2nd
Bahia São Francisco

December 1: 0-2

São Paulo (state) Botucatu Boca do Jacaré
Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga
28
2nd
Piauí Tiradentes

December 1: 0-1

Paraná (state) São José Boca do Jacaré
Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga
28
3rd
Paraná (state) São José

December 4: 0-3

São Paulo (state) Botucatu Boca do Jacaré
Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga
28
3rd
Bahia São Francisco

December 4: 1-2

Piauí Tiradentes Mané Garrincha
Federal District (Brazil) Brasília

(*) Tiradentes qualified to the fourth stage because it had the best record among the third stage eliminated teams of the groups 25 and 26.

Final Stage[edit]

Semifinals Final
29 - December 6, Mané Garrincha, Federal District (Brazil) Brasília
  Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad   6  
  Bahia São Francisco   0  
 
32 - December 8, Mané Garrincha, Federal District (Brazil) Brasília [8]
      Mato Grosso do Sul MS/Saad   1 (5)
    São Paulo (state) Botucatu   1 (4)
3rd Place
30 - December 6, Boca do Jacaré, Federal District (Brazil) Taguatinga 31 - December 8, Mané Garrincha, Federal District (Brazil) Brasília [9]
  São Paulo (state) Botucatu   0 (7)   Bahia São Francisco   2 (5)
  Minas Gerais Benfica   0 (6)     Minas Gerais Benfica   2 (3)

Semifinals[edit]

December 6, 2007
21:00
MS/Saad Mato Grosso do Sul 6 – 0 Bahia São Francisco
Andréia Goal 6' Goal 84'
Daniela Alves Goal 18' Goal 45'
Roseli Goal 81'
Elaine Magrão Goal 89'

December 6, 2007
18:30
Botucatu São Paulo (state) 0 – 0 Minas Gerais Benfica
  Penalties  
7–6

Third-place playoff[edit]

December 8, 2007
15:30
São Francisco Bahia 2 – 2 Minas Gerais Benfica
Cisne Goal 11' Goal 41' Caneca Goal 26'
Kell Goal 31'
  Penalties  
Paty: scored
Rafaelle: scored
Alana: scored
Ginascored
Titicascored
5–3 scored
scored
Kelly: missed
scored

Final[edit]

December 8, 2007
18:10
MS/Saad Mato Grosso do Sul 1 – 1 Botucatu São Paulo (state)
Daniela Alves Goal 72' Rafinha Goal 65'
  Penalties  
5–4
Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino 2007
Mato Grosso do Sul
MATO GROSSO DO SUL / SAAD
Champion
First title

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino table". CBF. October 19, 2007. Archived from the original on October 23, 2007. Retrieved October 20, 2007. 
  2. ^ "Saad disputa a Copa do Brasil por Mato grosso do Sul". Futebol Interior. October 26, 2007. Retrieved October 27, 2007. 
  3. ^ "I Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino: resultados dos jogos da primeira rodada". CBF. October 31, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 
  4. ^ "I Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino: resultados dos jogos da segunda rodada". CBF. November 5, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 
  5. ^ "Genus x Rio Negro, pela Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino, será no dia 9 de novembro". CBF. November 7, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 
  6. ^ "CBF comunica modificações em jogos da Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino por impossibilidade de deslocamento das delegações". CBF. November 16, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 
  7. ^ "CBF divulga modificações em duas partidas da Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino". CBF. November 22, 2007. Archived from the original on November 27, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 
  8. ^ "Final da Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino será no dia 8 de dezembro, às 18h10". CBF. November 29, 2007. Archived from the original on December 3, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 
  9. ^ "Decisão dos terceiro e quarto lugares da Copa do Brasil de Futebol feminino será na partida preliminar da final". CBF. November 30, 2007. Retrieved December 10, 2007. 

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