1991 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A

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Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
Season 1991
Champions São Paulo
3rd Campeonato Brasileiro title
3rd Brazilian title
Copa Libertadores
de América
São Paulo
Criciúma (Copa do Brasil champions)
1990
1992

The 1991 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A was the 35th edition of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. The competition was won by São Paulo. Santos Futebol Clube's Paulinho McLaren, with 15 goals, was the competition's top goal scorer.[1]

Overview[edit]

It was contested by 20 teams, and São Paulo won the championship.[1] 20 teams played against each other once in the first stage.[1] The four best-placed teams qualified to the semi-finals, played in two legs.[1] The semi-final winners qualified to the final, played in two legs.[1]

Standings[edit]

First stage[edit]

Pos Club Pts P W D L GF GA GD
1 São Paulo 26 19 11 4 4 26 14 12 Qualified
2 Bragantino 26 19 9 8 2 27 14 13 Qualified
3 Fluminense 24 19 10 4 5 28 19 9 Qualified
4 Atlético Mineiro 24 19 8 8 3 28 19 9 Qualified
5 Corinthians 24 19 8 8 3 23 17 6
6 Palmeiras 22 19 7 8 4 20 19 1
7 Internacional 20 19 5 10 4 19 16 3
8 Santos 19 19 7 5 7 23 20 3
9 Flamengo 19 19 7 5 7 20 24 -4
10 Portuguesa 19 19 5 9 5 14 15 -1
11 Vasco da Gama 19 19 4 11 4 22 26 -4
12 Botafogo 18 19 6 6 7 19 21 -2
13 Bahia 18 19 5 8 6 16 18 -2
14 Náutico 17 19 7 3 9 19 25 -6
15 Goiás 17 19 6 5 8 27 24 3
16 Cruzeiro 16 19 5 6 8 23 28 -5
17 Atlético Paranaense 15 19 5 5 9 27 28 -1
18 Sport 13 19 4 5 10 15 30 -15
19 Grêmio 12 19 3 6 10 15 24 -9 Relegated
20 Vitória 12 19 3 6 10 17 27 -10 Relegated

Playoffs[edit]

  Semi-finals Final
                         
 Atlético Mineiro 1 0 1  
 São Paulo 1 0 1  
     São Paulo 1 0 1
   Bragantino 0 0 0
 Fluminense 0 1 1
 Bragantino 1 1 2  

The final[edit]

São Paulo: Zetti; Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo and Raí; Müller, Macedo and Elivélton (Mário Tilico). Head coach: Telê Santana.

Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and Ronaldo Alfredo (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.


Bragantino: Marcelo; Gil Baiano, Júnior, Nei and Biro-Biro; Mauro Silva, Alberto and Mazinho Oliveira; Ivair (Luís Müller), Sílvio and João Santos (Franklin). Head coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira.

São Paulo: Zetti; Zé Teodoro, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha and Leonardo; Ronaldão, Bernardo, Cafu and Raí; Macedo and Müller (Flávio). Head coach: Telê Santana.


Final standings[edit]

Pos Club Pts P W D L GF GA GD
1 São Paulo 31 23 12 7 4 28 15 13
2 Bragantino 30 23 10 10 3 29 16 13
3 Atlético Mineiro 26 21 8 10 3 29 20 9
4 Fluminense 25 21 10 5 6 29 21 8
5 Corinthians 24 19 8 8 3 23 17 6
6 Palmeiras 22 19 7 8 4 20 19 1
7 Internacional 20 19 5 10 4 19 16 3
8 Santos 19 19 7 5 7 23 20 3
9 Flamengo 19 19 7 5 7 20 24 -4
10 Portuguesa 19 19 5 9 5 14 15 -1
11 Vasco da Gama 19 19 4 11 4 22 26 -4
12 Botafogo 18 19 6 6 7 19 21 -2
13 Bahia 18 19 5 8 6 16 18 -2
14 Náutico 17 19 7 3 9 19 25 -6
15 Goiás 17 19 6 5 8 27 24 3
16 Cruzeiro 16 19 5 6 8 23 28 -5
17 Atlético Paranaense 15 19 5 5 9 27 28 -1
18 Sport 13 19 4 5 10 15 30 -15
19 Grêmio 12 19 3 6 10 15 24 -9
20 Vitória 12 19 3 6 10 17 27 -10

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Campeonato Brasileiro 1991" (in Portuguese). Bola na Área. Archived from the original on February 26, 2009. Retrieved March 15, 2009. 

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