Clube de Regatas Guará
|Full name||Clube de Regatas Guará|
|Founded||January 9, 1967|
Clube de Regatas Guará, commonly known as Guará, are a association football club from Guará, a satellite town just west of the Brazilian capital of Brasília. They won the championship of the Federal District, the Campeonato Brasiliense of 1996 and competed in 1979 in the national first division, the Série A.
Guará's colors are yellow, black and white and taken from the official colours of the Administrative Region of Guará. Their badge its inspired by the one of Sport Club Corinthians Paulista of São Paulo.
The club stopped its football activities during the 1960s, but after merging in the 1970s with two local amateur clubs, named Humaitá and Corinthians, they reopened their football department.
- Campeonato Brasiliense:
- Winners (1): 1996