Baré Esporte Clube

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Baré
Bare esport clube logo.gif
Full name Baré Esporte Clube
Founded 1946
Ground Flamarion Vasconcelos
Ground Capacity 10,000

Baré Esporte Clube, usually known simply as Baré, is a Brazilian football club from Boa Vista, Roraima.

The club was founded in 1946. Home matches are played at Flamarion Vasconcelos Stadium, and the club colors are red and white. Baré competed in the Brazilian Championship Third Level several times.

History[edit]

On October 26, 1946, Baré Esporte Clube was founded by Aquilino da Mota Duarte, Claudeonor Freire, Mário Abdala, Hitler de Lucena, Adamor Menezes, Simão Souza, Francisco Galvão Soares, Francisco das Chagas Duarte, Alcides da Conceição Lima Filho, Ruben da Silva Bento, José Maria Menezes Filho and Luciano Tavares de Araújo,[1] who were dissatisfied members of Atlético Roraima Clube.[2]

The club won its first title, which was the Campeonato Roraimense, in 1982. As an amateur club, the team also won the competition in 1984, 1986 and 1988.[3] In 1983, Baré won its second title, the Torneio de Integração da Amazônia, beating Independência of Acre state in the final. The match was played in Rio Branco, capital city of Acre.[4] In 1985, the club won again the competition, but the title was shared with Trem, of Amapá state.[5]

The club competed in the Brazilian Championship Third Level for the first time in 1995, but was eliminated in the first stage by Progresso, of Mucajaí, Roraima.[6] In 1996, as a professional football club, Baré won again the state championship, beating Sampaio in the final.[7] The club also competed in the same year in the Brazilian Championship Third Level, where it reached the second stage, and was eliminated by Ji-Paraná, of Rondônia state.[8]

In 1997 [9] and in 1998,[10] the club competed again in the Brazilian Championship Third Level, but was eliminated in both years in the first stage. In 2000, Baré competed in the Copa João Havelange, which was the competition that replaced the Brazilian Championship in that year. The club was in the green module (which was that season's equivalent to the third level), and was eliminated in the first stage.[11]

Achievements[edit]

First team[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 GK Marquinhos
Brazil DF Roney
Brazil DF Fábio
Brazil DF Everton
Brazil DF Vitor
Brazil DF Henrique
No. Position Player
Brazil MF David
Brazil MF Léo Cotia
Brazil MF Cacau
Brazil FW Pauinho
Brazil FW Sadac

Stadium[edit]

The club's home matches are usually played at Flamarion Vasconcelos stadium, nicknamed Canarinho [12] which has a maximum capacity of 10,000 people.[13]

Clássico Bareima[edit]

The derby between Baré and Atlético Roraima Clube is known as Clássico Bareima. Bareima is the truncation of the clubs' names, Baré and Roraima.[14]

Club colors, mascot and nickname[edit]

Baré's official colors are red and white.[1]

The club's mascot is a Native American.[15]

Baré Esporte Clube is nicknamed Colorado da Consolata, meaning The Red of Consolata. Consolata refers to the avenue where the club is located in, Avenida Nossa Senhora da Consolata.[12]

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