Esporte Clube Novo Hamburgo

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Novo Hamburgo
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Full name Esporte Clube Novo Hamburgo
Nickname(s) Nóia, Anilado and Floriano
Founded May 1, 1911 (103 years ago) (1911-05-01)
Stadium Estádio do Vale,
Novo Hamburgo, Brazil
Ground Capacity 13,000
President Carlos Duarte
Head coach Itamar Schulle

Esporte Clube Novo Hamburgo, or Novo Hamburgo as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Novo Hamburgo in Rio Grande do Sul, founded on May 1, 1911.

Home stadium is the Santa Rosa stadium. It has a maximum capacity of 13,000.

History[edit]

On May 1, 1911, employees of Adams Footwear Factory founded an association. In that day, during the celebrations of the Worker's Day, as it used to happen every year, took place a confraternization event between the employers and employees of the factory. After the barbecue ended, they always played football. Manoel Lopes Mattos, João Scherer, Aloys Auschild, Manoel Outeiro, João Tamujo and Adão Steigleder decided to found a football club. The suggested name was Adams Futebol Clube, but the name they chose was Sport Club Novo Hamburgo, later renamed to Esporte Clube Novo Hamburgo.

As Brazil entered World War II in 1944 war joining the allies side, Novo Hamburgo had to change its name, as it was of German origin - Novo Hamburgo means New Hamburg. The city was renamed to Marechal Floriano Peixoto and the club turned into Esporte Clube Floriano. In 1968, the club reverted to its previous name.

Rivals[edit]

Novo Hamburgo's first rival was Sociedade Esportiva Esperança, from the same city. At that time, Novo Hamburgo was named Floriano. The derby was known as Flor-Esp.

The second rival of Novo Hamburgo was Aimoré, and the derby was known as Clássico do Vale (Valley's Derby). This rivalry was stronger during the 1960s and the 1970s.

Novo Hamburgo's current rival is 15 de Novembro. The first match between the two clubs was played in 1994, in Campo Bom.

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Brazil GK Vinícius
2 Brazil DF Fabinho
3 Brazil DF Fred
5 Brazil MF Alberto
6 Brazil MF Felipe Athirson
7 Brazil MF Mateus
8 Brazil MF Chicão
9 Brazil FW Douglas
10 Brazil MF Jônatas
11 Brazil FW Juba
12 Brazil GK Rafael Dal Ri
13 Brazil DF Zé Carlos
14 Brazil DF Celsinho
15 Brazil DF Edinaldo
No. Position Player
16 Brazil MF Preto
17 Brazil DF Peixoto
18 Brazil MF Rafinha
20 Brazil MF Jonas
21 Brazil FW Lucas Santos
22 Uruguay DF Mario Larramendi
23 Brazil DF Souza
24 Brazil DF Puyol
25 Brazil MF Paulo Vinícius
26 Brazil MF Brito
28 Brazil MF Lucas Vogel
27 Brazil MF Marcondele
30 Brazil MF Calyson

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Brazil DF Júlio Santos (to SER Caxias)

Titles[edit]

Trivia[edit]

The famous player Garrincha, who won the 1958 and the 1962 World Cups, played once for Novo Hamburgo. On July 2, 1969, he wore the number 7 of the club. The friendly match, played at Beira-Rio stadium ended 3-1 in favour of Internacional. He played the whole first half, and the first 15 minutes of the second one.

Ultra groups[edit]

Two ultra groups supports the club: Fogo Anil and Torcida Independente Mancha Anil. Fogo Anil was founded in 1996, and Torcida Independente Mancha Anil was founded on May 13, 2005.

Anthem[edit]

The club's anthem lyrics were composed by Juracy Araújo, the music by Pedro Araújo and the piano transcription by Rejane Frota Dillenburg.

Mascot[edit]

The club's mascot is an anthropomorphic football boot.

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