Campeonato Capixaba

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Campeonato Capixaba
Country Brazil
State Espírito Santo
Confederation CBF
Federação de Futebol do Estado do Espírito Santo
Founded 1917
Number of teams 10
Level on pyramid 1
Relegation to Campeonato Capixaba - Second Division
Domestic cup(s) Copa Espírito Santo
Current champions Desportiva
(2016)
Most championships Rio Branco (37 titles)
Website futebolcapixaba.com
2016 Campeonato Capixaba

The Campeonato Capixaba is the football league of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo.

History[edit]

From 1917 to 1929, it was disputed the Campeonato da Cidade de Vitória (Vitória City Championship), a competition contested only by Vitória city clubs. In 1930, this competition was replaced by the current competition, the Campeonato Capixaba, which is disputed by clubs from the Espírito Santo state.

Format[edit]

As in any other Brazilian football championship, the format can change every year.

Clubs[edit]

First Division 2016

List of champions[edit]

Campeonato da Cidade de Vitória (Vitória City Championship)[edit]

Campeonato Capixaba[edit]

Titles by team[edit]

Campeonato da Cidade de Vitória (Vitória City Championship)[edit]

Campeonato Capixaba[edit]

Total titles[edit]

Copa Espírito Santo[edit]

The Copa Espírito Santo (English: Espírito Santo Cup) is a competition contested in the second semester of the year, by Espírito Santo state teams, to determine a spot in the following year's Copa do Brasil.

List of champions[edit]

Year Champion Runner-up
2003 Estrela do Norte Rio Branco
2004 Estrela do Norte Vitória
2005 Estrela do Norte Jaguaré
2006 Vilavelhense Estrela do Norte
2007 Jaguaré Vilavelhense
2008 Desportiva Capixaba Rio Branco
2009 Vitória Rio Branco
2010 Vitória Real Noroeste
2011 Real Noroeste Desportiva
2012 Desportiva Rio Branco
2013 Real Noroeste Cachoeiro
2014 Real Noroeste Cachoeiro
2015 Espírito Santo Real Noroeste

Titles by team[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gazeta Online (June 19, 2009). "São Mateus é o Campeão Capixaba de 2009" (in Portuguese). Retrieved June 22, 2009. It was sub judice until June 19, 2009, when São Mateus were officially confirmed as the champions. 
  2. ^ Gazeta Online (May 30, 2009). "Duas festas e nenhum campeão. Final entre São Mateus e Rio Branco é interrompida" (in Portuguese). Retrieved May 31, 2009. 

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