Copa Santiago de Futebol Juvenil

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Copa Santiago de Futebol Juvenil
Founded 1989
Region Brazil
Number of teams 11
Current champions Internacional (2014)
Most successful club(s) Internacional (13 times)
2014 Copa Santiago de Futebol Juvenil

The Copa Santiago de Futebol Juvenil, formerly known as Torneio Romeu Goulart Jacques, is an under-17 football tournament played on annual basis in the Brazilian city of Santiago, Rio Grande do Sul. Entrant teams usually include Brazilian and foreign clubs, mostly from Mercosur countries.

The first edition occurred in 1989, promoted by Cruzeiro Esporte Clube, a local team that focuses on youth football. In 1993, the tournament was recognized by the Brazilian Football Confederation and, in 1994, by FIFA. In the same year, China's national U-17 team was the first non-South American side to take part in the competition.

In 2006, all matches were played at Estádio Alceu Carvalho.

Champions[edit]

  • 1989 Nacional (Uruguay)
  • 1990 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 1991 Matsubara (Brazil)
  • 1992 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 1993 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 1994 Nacional (Uruguay)
  • 1995 Grêmio (Brazil)
  • 1996 Grêmio (Brazil)
  • 1997 Grêmio (Brazil)
  • 1998 Grêmio (Brazil)
  • 1999 Fluminense (Brazil)
  • 2000 Grêmio (Brazil)
  • 2001 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2002 Cruzeiro (Brazil)
  • 2003 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2004 Cruzeiro (Brazil)
  • 2005 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2006 Atlético Mineiro (Brazil)
  • 2007 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2008 Grêmio (Brazil)
  • 2009 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2010 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2011 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2012 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2013 Internacional (Brazil)
  • 2014 Internacional (Brazil)

Titles by team[edit]

  • Internacional 13 titles
  • Grêmio 6 titles
  • Cruzeiro 2 titles
  • Nacional (Uruguay) 2 titles
  • Atlético Mineiro 1 title
  • Fluminense 1 title
  • Matsubara 1 title

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