Campeonato Mato-Grossense

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Campeonato Mato-Grossense
Country Brazil
Confederation CBF
Federação Mato-Grossense de Futebol
Founded 1943
Number of teams 12
Domestic cup(s) Copa do Brasil
Current champions Cuiabá
(2014)
Most championships Mixto (24 titles)
Website wwwfmfmt.com.br
2014 Campeonato Mato-Grossense

The Campeonato Mato-Grossense is the football league of the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil.

Format[edit]

First Division 2006

First stage:

  • The teams are divided in two groups of six teams.
  • Double round-robin, in which all teams from one group play home-and-away games against all teams within the group.
  • Home-and-away playoff with the top teams of each group. The winner is crowned the champion of the first stage.
  • The teams last placed in each group are relegated to the second division.

Second stage:

  • The teams are divided in two groups of five teams.
  • Double round-robin, in which all teams from one group play home-and-away games against all teams of the other group.
  • Home-and-away playoff with the top teams of each group. The winner is crowned the champion of the second stage.

Third stage (if necessary):

  • Home-and-away playoff with the winners of the first and second stages.

If a team wins both stages (first and second) it is crowned the champion. If not, the third stage is disputed, and the winner is the champion.

As in any other Brazilian soccer championship, the format can change every year.

Clubs[edit]

First Division 2006

List of champions[edit]

Titles by team[edit]

Copa Governador do Mato Grosso[edit]

The Copa Governador do Mato Grosso (English: Governor of Mato Grosso Cup) is a competition contested in the second semester of the year, by Mato Grosso state teams, originally to determine a spot in the following year's Campeonato Brasileiro Série C, but now to determine who will make it to the Série D.

List of champions[edit]

Year Champion Runner-up
2004 Luverdense Cuiabá
2005 Operário (VG) União
2006 Cacerense Vila Aurora
2007 Luverdense Cacerense
2008 Araguaia União
2009 Vila Aurora Cuiabá
2010 Cuiabá Operário (VG)
2011 Luverdense Operário (VG)
2012 Mixto União
2013 Rondonópolis União

Titles by team[edit]

External links[edit]