Campeonato Brasileiro de Rugby

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The Brazilian Championship of Rugby, or just Super 10, is the main tournament between clubs from the Rugby Union in Brazil since 1964. The tournament is organized, today, the Brazilian Rugby Confederation (CBRu).

By number of titles[edit]

  • SPAC - 12 titles (1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1974, 1975, 1976*, 1977, 1978, 1999, 2013)
  • São José - 8 titles (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012)
  • Alphaville - 7 titles (1980, 1982, 1983**, 1985, 1989, 1991, 1992)
  • Niterói - 6 titles (1976*, 1979, 1983**, 1984, 1986, 1990)
  • Bandeirantes- 4 titles (1988, 1995, 2001, 2009)
  • Rio Branco - 4 titles (1993, 1997, 1998, 2006)
  • Desterro - 3 titles (1996, 2000, 2005)
  • Medicina Rugby - 2 titles (1973, 1981)
  • Pasteur - 2 titles (1987, 1994)
  • São Paulo Barbarians R.F.C. - 2 titles (1970, 1971)
  • FUPE - 1 title (1972)

*1976 the title was divided by SPAC and Niterói **1983 the title was divided by Alphaville and Niterói

Competition format[edit]

In the 2006 edition, the competition was disputed by eight clubs, divided in two groups of four teams each. The clubs from one group played against the four clubs of the other group once. However, the clubs did not play against clubs of its own group. The two best placed teams of each group qualified to the semifinals. The semifinals and the final were one-legged matches. Since 2009, the competition is disputed with all the teams playing against all in only turn.

Results[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up
1964 SPAC has no information
1965 SPAC has no information
1966 SPAC has no information
1967 SPAC has no information
1968 SPAC has no information
1969 SPAC has no information
1970 São Paulo Barbarians R.F.C. has no information
1971 São Paulo Barbarians R.F.C. has no information
1972 FUPE has no information
1973 Medicina Rugby has no information
1974 SPAC Colégio Liceu Pasteur
1975 SPAC has no information
1976 SPAC & Niterói Rugby -
1977 SPAC Niterói Rugby
1978 SPAC Niterói Rugby
1979 Niterói Rugby Guanabara Rugby
1980 Alphaville Tênis Clube Niterói Rugby
1981 Medicina Rugby Niterói Rugby
1982 Alphaville Tênis Clube Niterói Rugby
1983 Niterói Rugby & Alphaville Tênis Clube -
1984 Niterói Rugby Alphaville Tênis Clube
1985 Alphaville Tênis Clube Niterói Rugby
1986 Niterói Rugby FEI Rugby
1987 Pasteur Athletique Club Niterói Rugby
1988 Bandeirantes Rugby Club Niterói Rugby
1989 Alphaville Tênis Clube Niterói Rugby
1990 Niterói Rugby has no information
1991 Alphaville Tênis Clube Niterói Rugby
1992 Alphaville Tênis Clube has no information
1993 Rio Branco Rugby Clube has no information
1994 Pasteur Athletique Club has no information
1995 Bandeirantes Rugby Club has no information
1996 Desterro Rugby Clube Bandeirantes Rugby Club
1997 Rio Branco Rugby Clube Niterói Rugby
1998 Rio Branco Rugby Clube SPAC
1999 SPAC São José Rugby Clube
2000 Desterro Rugby Clube São José Rugby Clube
2001 Bandeirantes Rugby Club Pasteur Athletique Club
2002 São José Rugby Clube Bandeirantes Rugby Club
2003 São José Rugby Clube Bandeirantes Rugby Club
2004 São José Rugby Clube SPAC
2005 Desterro Rugby Clube São José Rugby Clube
2006 Rio Branco Rugby Clube SPAC
2007 São José Rugby Clube Rio Branco Rugby Clube
2008 São José Rugby Clube Niterói Rugby
2009 Bandeirantes Rugby Club São José Rugby Clube
2010 São José Rugby Clube Desterro Rugby Clube
2011 São José Rugby Clube Bandeirantes Rugby Club
2012 São José Rugby Clube SPAC
2013 SPAC Pasteur Athletique Club

Former Teams[edit]

Listed Alphabetically

Broadcasting[edit]

Since 2011, the semi-final and final has been broadcast by SporTV, the most watched sports channel in Brazil.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]