2009 in Brazilian football

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The following article presents a summary of the 2009 football (soccer) season in Brazil, which was the 108th season of competitive football in the country.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série A[edit]

The Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 2009 started on May 9, 2009, and concluded on December 6, 2009.

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Flamengo 38 19 10 9 58 44 +14 67 2010 Copa Libertadores Second Stage
2 Internacional 38 19 8 11 65 44 +21 65
3 São Paulo 38 18 11 9 57 42 +15 65
4 Cruzeiro 38 18 8 12 58 53 +5 62 2010 Copa Libertadores First Stage
5 Palmeiras 38 17 11 10 58 45 +13 62 2010 Copa Sudamericana Second Stage
6 Avaí 38 15 12 11 61 52 +9 57
7 Atlético Mineiro 38 16 8 14 55 56 −1 56
8 Grêmio 38 15 10 13 67 46 +21 55
9 Goiás 38 15 10 13 64 65 −1 55
10 Corinthians 38 14 10 14 50 54 −4 52 2010 Copa Libertadores Second Stage 1
11 Barueri 38 12 13 13 59 52 +7 49 2010 Copa Sudamericana Second Stage
12 Santos 38 12 13 13 58 58 0 49
13 Vitória 38 13 9 16 51 57 −6 48
14 Atlético Paranaense 38 13 9 16 42 49 −7 48
15 Botafogo 38 11 14 13 52 58 −6 47
16 Fluminense 38 11 13 14 49 56 −7 46
17 Coritiba (R) 38 12 9 17 48 60 −12 45 Relegation to the Série B
18 Santo André (R) 38 11 8 19 46 61 −15 41
19 Náutico (R) 38 10 8 20 48 71 −23 38
20 Sport Recife (R) 38 7 10 21 48 71 −23 31

Updated to games played on November 29th, 2009.
Source: CBF (in Portuguese)
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd wins; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored; 5th head-to-head results; 6th least red cards received; 7th least yellow cards received; 8th draw
1. Corinthians qualified as the 2009 Copa do Brasil champion.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Flamengo declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A champions.

Relegation[edit]

The four worst placed teams, which are Coritiba, Santo André, Náutico and Sport, were relegated to the following year's second level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série B[edit]

The Campeonato Brasileiro Série B 2009 started on May 8, 2009, and concluded on November 28, 2009.

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Vasco da Gama (C) (P) 38 22 10 6 58 29 +29 76 Promotion to the Campeonato Brasileiro
2 Guarani (P) 38 21 6 11 55 51 +4 69
3 Ceará (P) 38 19 11 8 54 34 +20 68
4 Atlético Goianiense (P) 38 20 5 13 73 53 +20 65
5 Portuguesa 38 18 8 12 53 45 +8 62
6 Figueirense 38 19 3 16 64 51 +13 60
7 Associação Desportiva São Caetano 38 15 9 14 52 38 +14 54
8 Duque de Caxias 38 15 9 14 55 55 0 54
9 Bragantino 38 15 8 15 52 51 +1 53
10 Paraná 38 14 11 13 51 56 −5 53
11 Ponte Preta 38 14 10 14 62 55 +7 52
12 Bahia 38 14 9 15 52 53 −1 51
13 Vila Nova 38 14 7 17 42 59 −17 49
14 Brasiliense 38 14 6 18 45 56 −11 48
15 Ipatinga 38 12 12 14 43 50 −7 48
16 América-RN 38 13 7 18 49 61 −12 46
17 Juventude (R) 38 12 8 18 46 50 −4 44 Relegation to the Série C
18 Fortaleza (R) 38 10 8 20 56 64 −8 38
19 Campinense (R) 38 11 4 23 54 79 −25 37
20 ABC (R) 38 10 5 23 40 66 −26 35

Source: CBF
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd wins; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored; 5th head-to-head results; 6th least red cards received; 7th least yellow cards received; 8th draw
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Vasco da Gama declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B champions.

Promotion[edit]

The four best placed teams, which are Vasco da Gama, Guarani, Ceará and Atlético Goianiense, were promoted to the following year's first level.

Relegation[edit]

The four worst placed teams, which are Juventude, Fortaleza, Campinense and ABC, were relegated to the following year's third level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série C[edit]

The Campeonato Brasileiro Série C 2009 started on May 24, 2009, and concluded on September 19, 2009. The Campeonato Brasileiro Série C final was played between América-MG and ASA.



September 19, 2009
América-MG 1–0 ASA

América-MG declared as the league champions by aggregate score of 4–1.

Promotion[edit]

The four best placed teams, which are América-MG, ASA, Guaratinguetá and Icasa, were promoted to the following year's second level.

Relegation[edit]

The four worst placed teams, which are Sampaio Corrêa, Confiança, Mixto and Marcílio Dias, were relegated to the following year's fourth level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série D[edit]

The Campeonato Brasileiro Série D 2009 started on July 5, 2009, and concluded on November 1, 2009. The Campeonato Brasileiro Série D final was played between São Raimundo and Macaé.




São Raimundo declared as the league champions by aggregate score of 4–4.

Promotion[edit]

The four best placed teams, which are São Raimundo, Macaé, Alecrim and Chapecoense, were promoted to the following year's third level.

Copa do Brasil[edit]

Main article: 2009 Copa do Brasil

The Copa do Brasil 2009 started on February 18, 2009, and ended on July 1, 2009. The Copa do Brasil final was played between Corinthians and Internacional.


June 17, 2009
Corinthians 2–0 Internacional

July 1, 2009
Internacional 2–2 Corinthians

Corinthians declared as the cup champions by aggregate score of 4–2.

State championship champions[edit]

State Champion
Acre (state) Acre Juventus
Alagoas Alagoas ASA
Amapá Amapá São José-AP
Amazonas (Brazilian state) Amazonas América-AM
Bahia Bahia Vitória
Ceará Ceará Fortaleza
Federal District (Brazil) Distrito Federal Brasiliense
Espírito Santo Espírito Santo São Mateus
Goiás Goiás Goiás
Maranhão Maranhão JV Lideral
Mato Grosso Mato Grosso Luverdense
Mato Grosso do Sul Mato Grosso do Sul Naviraiense
Minas Gerais Minas Gerais Cruzeiro
Pará Pará Paysandu
Paraíba Paraíba Sousa
Paraná (state) Paraná Atlético-PR
Pernambuco Pernambuco Sport
Piauí Piauí Flamengo-PI
Rio de Janeiro (state) Rio de Janeiro Flamengo-RJ
Rio Grande do Norte Rio Grande do Norte ASSU
Rio Grande do Sul Rio Grande do Sul Internacional
Rondônia Rondônia Vilhena
Roraima Roraima Atlético Roraima
Santa Catarina (state) Santa Catarina Avaí
São Paulo (state) São Paulo Corinthians
Sergipe Sergipe Confiança
Tocantins Tocantins Araguaína

Youth competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20 Grêmio
Copa Brasil Sub-17 (Copa Nacional do Espírito Santo Sub-17)(1) Internacional
Copa Macaé de Juvenis United States U-17
Copa Santiago de Futebol Juvenil Internacional
Copa São Paulo de Juniores Corinthians
Copa Sub-17 de Promissão Fluminense
Taça Belo Horizonte de Juniores Atlético Mineiro
(1) The Copa Nacional do Espírito Santo Sub-17, between 2008 and 2012, was named Copa Brasil Sub-17. The similar named Copa do Brasil Sub-17 is organized by the Brazilian Football Confederation and it was first played in 2013.

Other competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Campeonato Paulista do Interior Ponte Preta
Copa Espírito Santo Vitória
Copa FGF Internacional
Copa Governador do Mato Grosso Vila Aurora
Copa Integração Icasa
Copa Paulista de Futebol Votoraty
Copa Pernambuco Santa Cruz
Copa Rio Tigres do Brasil
Copa Santa Catarina Joinville
Recopa Sul-Brasileira Joinville
Taça Minas Gerais Uberaba

Brazilian clubs in international competitions[edit]

Team Copa Libertadores 2009 Copa Sudamericana 2009 Recopa Sudamericana 2009 Suruga Bank Championship 2009
Atlético Mineiro did not qualify First Stage
eliminated by
Brazil Goiás
did not qualify did not qualify
Atlético Paranaense did not qualify First Stage
eliminated by
Brazil Botafogo
did not qualify did not qualify
Botafogo did not qualify Quarterfinals
eliminated by
Paraguay Cerro Porteño
did not qualify did not qualify
Coritiba did not qualify First Stage
eliminated by
Brazil Vitória
did not qualify did not qualify
Cruzeiro Runner-up
lost to
ArgentinaEstudiantes
did not qualify did not qualify did not qualify
Flamengo did not qualify First Stage
eliminated by
Brazil Fluminense
did not qualify did not qualify
Fluminense did not qualify Runner-up
lost to
Ecuador LDU Quito
did not qualify did not qualify
Goiás did not qualify Round of 16
eliminated by
Paraguay Cerro Porteño
did not qualify did not qualify
Grêmio Semifinals
eliminated by
Brazil Cruzeiro
did not qualify did not qualify did not qualify
Internacional did not qualify Round of 16
eliminated by
Chile Universidad de Chile
Runner-up
lost to
Ecuador LDU Quito
Champions
defeated
Japan Oita Trinita
Palmeiras Quarterfinals
eliminated by
Uruguay Nacional
did not qualify did not qualify did not qualify
São Paulo Quarterfinals
eliminated by
Brazil Cruzeiro
did not qualify did not qualify did not qualify
Sport Round of 16
eliminated by
Brazil Palmeiras
did not qualify did not qualify did not qualify
Vitória did not qualify Round of 16
eliminated by
Uruguay River Plate
did not qualify did not qualify

Brazil national team[edit]

The following table lists all the games played by the Brazil national football team in official competitions and friendly matches during 2009.

Date City Opposition Result Score Brazil scorers Competition
February 10, 2009 England London  Italy W 2–0 Elano, Robinho International Friendly
March 29, 2009 Ecuador Quito  Ecuador D 1–1 Júlio Baptista World Cup Qualifying
April 1, 2009 Brazil Porto Alegre  Peru W 3–0 Luís Fabiano (2), Felipe Melo World Cup Qualifying
June 6, 2009 Uruguay Montevideo  Uruguay W 4–0 Daniel Alves, Juan, Luís Fabiano, Kaká World Cup Qualifying
June 10, 2009 Brazil Recife  Paraguay W 2–1 Robinho, Nilmar World Cup Qualifying
June 15, 2009 South Africa Bloemfontein  Egypt W 4–3 Kaká (2), Luís Fabiano, Juan Confederations Cup
June 18, 2009 South Africa Pretoria  United States W 3–0 Felipe Melo, Robinho, Maicon Confederations Cup
June 21, 2009 South Africa Pretoria  Italy W 3–0 Luís Fabiano (2), Dossena (own goal) Confederations Cup
June 25, 2009 South Africa Johannesburg  South Africa W 1–0 Daniel Alves Confederations Cup
June 28, 2009 South Africa Johannesburg  United States W 3–2 Luís Fabiano (2), Lúcio Confederations Cup
August 12, 2009 Estonia Tallinn  Estonia W 1–0 Luís Fabiano International Friendly
September 5, 2009 Argentina Rosario  Argentina W 3–1 Luisão, Luís Fabiano (2) World Cup Qualifying
September 9, 2009 Brazil Salvador  Chile W 4–2 Nilmar (3), Júlio Baptista World Cup Qualifying
October 10, 2009 Bolivia La Paz  Bolivia L 1–2 Nilmar World Cup Qualifying
October 14, 2009 Brazil Campo Grande  Venezuela D 0–0 - World Cup Qualifying
November 14, 2009 Qatar Doha  England W 1–0 Nilmar International Friendly
November 17, 2009 Oman Muscat  Oman W 2–0 Nilmar, Al-Gheilani (own goal) International Friendly

TBD = to be decided

Women's football[edit]

Brazil women's national football team[edit]

The following table lists all the games played by the Brazil women's national football team in official competitions and friendly matches during 2009.

Date Opposition Result Score Brazil scorers Competition
April 22, 2009  Germany D 1–1 Maurine International Friendly
April 25, 2009  Sweden L 1–3 Cristiane International Friendly
July 11, 2009 Bandeira de Juiz de Fora.svg Juiz de Fora Combined Team W 7–0 Daniele (3), Daiane Moretti, Leah, Mônica, Pâmela Faria International Friendly (unofficial match)
November 2, 2009 Bandeira apucarana.jpg Apucarana Combined Team W 15–0 unavailable International Friendly (unofficial match)
November 5, 2009 Bandeira de paranavaí.jpg Paranavaí Combined Team W 21–1 unavailable International Friendly (unofficial match)
November 8, 2009 Bandeira de Maringá.png Maringá Combined Team W 11–0 Cristiane (5), Grazielle (2), unavailable (4) International Friendly (unofficial match)
December 9, 2009  Chile W 3–1 Cristiane (2), Marta Torneio Internacional Feminino
December 13, 2009  Mexico W 3–2 Marta, Érika, Cristiane Torneio Internacional Feminino
December 16, 2009  China PR W 3–0 Marta (2), Grazielle Torneio Internacional Feminino
December 20, 2009  Mexico W 5–2 Alina (own goal), Marta (3), Érika Torneio Internacional Feminino

TBD = to be decided

The Brazil women's national football team competed in the following competitions in 2009:

Competition Performance
Torneio Internacional Cidade de São Paulo de Futebol Feminino Champions

Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino[edit]

The Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino 2009 started on September 24, 2009, and concluded on December 1, 2009.


December 1, 2009
Santos 3–0 Botucatu

Santos declared as the cup champions after beating Botucatu 3–0.

Other domestic competition champions[edit]

Competition Champion
Campeonato Carioca Volta Redonda
Campeonato Paulista Santos (by LINAF)
Botucatu (by FPF)

Brazilian clubs in international competitions[edit]

Team 2009 Copa Libertadores Femenina
Santos Champions
defeated
Paraguay Universidad Autónoma

References[edit]