Choque-Rei

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Choque-Rei
Locale Brazil São Paulo
Teams Palmeiras logo.svg Palmeiras
Brasao do Sao Paulo Futebol Clube.svg São Paulo
First meeting 1930
Latest meeting Palmeiras 3–0 São Paulo
(11 march 2017)
Campeonato Brasileiro
Next meeting 11 March 2017
Stadiums Allianz Parque
Morumbi
Statistics
Meetings total 311
Most wins São Paulo (107)
Most player appearances Rogério Ceni
All-time series Palmeiras: 103
Drawn: 102
São Paulo: 107
Largest victory Palmeiras 0–6 São Paulo (26 March 1939)

The King Shock (in Portuguese Choque-Rei) or Palmeiras and São Paulo football rivalry is the football match known among São Paulo clubs Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras and São Paulo Futebol Clube. Is the football rivalry between two very big, classic football clubs. The Derby dates from back from 1930. The tension between both clubs and sets of fans is extremely fierce, and it is considered the second biggest Derby in the city of São Paulo, only behind the Paulista Derby.

In the Choque-Rei, São Paulo has advantage over Palmeiras, including all matches, having won 107 times over Palmeiras, the number of drawn matches is 102, describing an equalized encounter. But in matches counting for the Campeonato Brasileiro, Palmeiras has more victories than São Paulo, reaching 20 wins over 14 from São Paulo, and with other 28 draws.[1]

Worst tragedy between "Palmeirenses" and "São Paulinos"[edit]

On August 20, 1995, tragedy struck in the Derby, at the end of the Supercopa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior, a Brazilian cup between juniors. In the match, at Pacaembu Stadium, Rogério scored for Palmeiras in a golden goal, winning the title. Mancha Verde (a group of Palmeiras supporters) invaded the field to celebrate the title, provoking the São Paulo (Independente) supporters. Enraged, the São Paulo supporters tore down the gate and armed themselves with stones and pieces of wood and began the conflict. The few policemen who were at the stadium were unable to control the fight. After nine minutes of the conflict, the cops had reinforcement and stabilized the situation. After the fight, some areas in the stadium was badly damaged. According with the police, 102 people were injured (80 supporters and 22 cops) and a 16-year-old São Paulo supporter died.

Statistics[edit]

Competition Palmeiras wins Draws São Paulo wins
Série A 20 28 14
Copa do Brasil 0 0 2
Campeonato Paulista 50 53 67
Torneio Rio – São Paulo 12 7 7
Copa Libertadores 0 2 6
Total 82 90 96

As of 7 September 2016

General
  • 312 Matches[1]
  • 103 Wins – Palmeiras
  • 107 Wins – São Paulo
  • 102 Draws
  • Palmeiras goals: 413
  • São Paulo goals: 418
  • Last Match: Palmeiras 3–0 São Paulo (Campeonato Brasileiro, 11 march 2017)
Campeonato Brasileiro

including Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa and Taça Brasil

  • 62 Matches
  • 20 Wins – Palmeiras
  • 14 Wins – São Paulo
  • 28 Draws
  • Palmeiras goals: 76
  • São Paulo goals: 67
  • Last Match: Palmeiras 2–1 São Paulo (Campeonato Brasileiro, 7 September 2016)
Other
  • Largest victories:

Palmeiras 0–6 São Paulo (March 26, 1939)

  • Palmeiras greatest win:

Palmeiras 5–0 São Paulo (May 19, 1965)

  • São Paulo greatest win:

Palmeiras 0–6 São Paulo (March 26, 1939)

  • Most goals scored in a match:

Palmeiras 2–6 São Paulo (October 3, 1981) – 8 goals

Highest scorers[edit]

Only for Campeonato Brasileiro

Most appearances[edit]

Only for Campeonato Brasileiro

Major attendances[edit]

  • Attendance: 115,000 (Palmeiras 0–1 São Paulo, June 27, 1971), Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) – Campeonato Paulista
  • Attendance: 112,016 (Palmeiras 0–0 São Paulo, June 17, 1979), Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) – Campeonato Paulista

League matches[edit]

These are only the league matches, club name in bold indicate win.[2] The score is given at full-time (T), in the goals columns the goalscorer and time when goal was scored is noted.

# Date R. Home team Away team Score Goals (home) Goals (away)
1 October 23, 1971 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–1 Everaldo (62') Luis Pereira (65')
2 November 22, 1972 Palmeiras São Paulo 0–0
3 December 10, 1972 São Paulo Palmeiras 2–0 Roberto Dias (66'), Terto (85')
4 November 25, 1973 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–2 Leivinha (64') Mirandinha (5', 43')
5 February 20, 1974 Palmeiras São Paulo 0–0
6 June 12, 1974 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–0 Ronaldo (73')
7 October 12, 1975 2 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
8 October 17, 1976 5 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–2 Ademir da Guia (o.g. 10') Nelsinho Baptista (o.g. 36'), Edu Bala (58')
9 November 6, 1977 6 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–2 Jorge Mendonça (50', 73')
10 April 23, 1978 9 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
11 July 9, 1978 3 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–1 Mílton Cruz (85') Beto Fuscão (87')
12 March 3, 1985 3 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–2 Márcio Alcântara (60'), Barbosa (67') Pita (15'), Éder Taino (64')
13 March 16, 1985 3 São Paulo Palmeiras 4–4 Pita (11'), Müller (45'), Careca (48'), Oscar (73') Jorginho Putinatti (40'), Mendonça (62', 65'), Ditinho (90')
14 November 2, 1986 7 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
15 December 14, 1986 19 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–2 Edu Manga (36'), Mirandinha (75') Nelsinho (6'), Silas (8')
16 September 26, 1987 4 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–1 Edu Manga (24'), Gérson Caçapa (65') Pita (30')
17 November 13, 1988 1 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–1 Zanata (61') Lê (58')
18 November 5, 1989 13 São Paulo Palmeiras 2–2 Mário Tilico (11', 23') Dida (40'), Paulinho Carioca (66')
19 October 20, 1990 3 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–2 Bernardo (83') Careca (9'), Betinho (24')
20 April 4, 1991 11 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
21 March 8, 1992 7 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–4 Evair (23', 57'), Andrei (27'), Edu Marangon (34')
22 November 21, 1993 1 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–1 Edílson (47') Leonardo (50')
23 December 4, 1993 5 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–2 Edmundo (68'), César Sampaio (84')
24 October 30, 1994 7 São Paulo Palmeiras 2–2 Müller (59'), Cafu (68') Edmundo (38', 81')
25 November 26, 1995 10 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–2 Wágner (47'), Müller (89')
26 September 29, 1996 12 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–1 Rincón (20'), Djalminha (89') Aristizábal (75')
27 September 7, 1997 16 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–2 Zinho (16'), Oséas (38')
28 July 26, 1998 1 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–1 Oséas (67'), Zinho (73') Marcelinho Paraíba (86')
29 October 10, 1999 18 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
30 September 2, 2000 11 Palmeiras São Paulo 0–3 Rogério Pinheiro (13'), Marcelo Ramos (64'), Gustavo Nery (81')
31 November 25, 2000 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–1 Adriano Louzada (89') Marcelo Ramos (45')
32 November 30, 2000 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–2 Marcelo Ramos (55') Tuta (35'), Galeano (56')
33 October 6, 2001 16 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–1 Tuta (75')
34 October 2, 2002 16 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–1 Muñoz (38') Luís Fabiano (41')
35 June 27, 2004 11 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–1 Vágner Love (36', 61') Cicinho (82')
36 October 2, 2004 34 São Paulo Palmeiras 2–1 Nildo (46'), Cicinho (90+2') Osmar (41')
37 August 4, 2005 17 São Paulo Palmeiras 3–3 Amoroso (33', 35'), Danilo (42') Marcinho (45'), Gioino (82'), Warley (88')
38 November 12, 2005 38 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–1 Daniel (66'), Juninho Paulista (70') Richarlyson (61')
39 May 24, 2006 7 São Paulo Palmeiras 4–1 Márcio Careca (o.g. 5'), Ricardo Oliveira (52', 56'), Alex Dias (82') Márcio Careca (39')
40 September 24, 2006 26 Palmeiras São Paulo 3–1 Nem (35'), Paulo Baier (84'), Marcinho (90+1') Souza (21')
41 May 27, 2007 3 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
42 September 29, 2007 22 Palmeiras São Paulo 0–1 Jorge Wagner (39')
43 July 13, 2008 11 São Paulo Palmeiras 2–1 André Dias (7'), Eder Luís (83') Jéci (90+2')
44 October 19, 2008 30 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–2 Rogério Ceni (6'), Dagoberto (44') Kléber (78'), Leandro (80')
45 May 24, 2009 3 Palmeiras São Paulo 0–0
46 August 30, 2009 22 São Paulo Palmeiras 0–0
47 May 26, 2010 4 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–0 Fernandão (54')
48 September 19, 2010 23 Palmeiras São Paulo 0–2 Lucas (54'), Fernandão (76')
49 August 21, 2011 18 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–1 Dagoberto (41') Henrique (61')
50 November 27, 2011 37 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–0 Marcos Assunção (55')
51 July 15, 2012 9 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–1 Mazinho (81') Luís Fabiano (12')
52 October 6, 2012 28 São Paulo Palmeiras 3–0 Luís Fabiano (35', 69'), Denílson (42')
53 August 17, 2014 15 Palmeiras São Paulo 1–2 Henrique Dourado (60' p.) Alexandre Pato (53'), Alan Kardec (89')
54 November 16, 2014 34 São Paulo Palmeiras 2–0 Luís Fabiano (22'), Rafael Tolói (79')
55 June 28, 2015 9 Palmeiras São Paulo 4–0 Leandro Pereira (32'), Victor Ramos (41'), Rafael Marques (59'), Jonathan Cristaldo (72')
56 September 27, 2015 28 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–1 Carlinhos (60') Robinho (90+2')
57 May 29, 2016 4 São Paulo Palmeiras 1–0 Ganso (11')
58 September 7, 2016 Palmeiras São Paulo 2–1 Yerry Mina (52'), Vitor Hugo (70') Chávez (47')

Copa Libertadores matches[edit]

Season Round Home team Away team Score Goals (home) Goals (away)
1974 Group stage 1st leg São Paulo Palmeiras 2–0 Terto (5, 33)
2nd leg Palmeiras São Paulo 1–2 Ronaldo (83) Mauro (40), Chicão (71)
1994 Round of 16 1st leg Palmeiras São Paulo 0–0
2nd leg São Paulo Palmeiras 2–1 Euller (17, 58) Evair (90)
2005 Round of 16 1st leg Palmeiras São Paulo 0–1 Cicinho (59)
2nd leg São Paulo Palmeiras 2–0 Rogério Ceni (81 p.), Cicinho (90+3)
2006 Round of 16 1st leg Palmeiras São Paulo 1–1 Edmundo (36) Aloísio (23)
2nd leg São Paulo Palmeiras 2–1 Aloísio (13), Rogério Ceni (86 p.) Washington (57)

Head-to-head results[edit]

Palmeiras wins 0
Draws 2
São Paulo wins 6
Palmeiras goals 4
São Paulo goals 12
Total matches 8


Honours[edit]

As of 13 March 2017
Team Série A Copa do Brasil Copa dos Campeões Paulista Torneio Rio-São Paulo Copa Libertadores Copa CONMEBOL / Copa Mercosur / Copa Sudamericana Recopa Sudamericana Copa Rio Intercontinental Cup FIFA Club World Cup Total
Palmeiras 9 3 1 22 5 1 1 0 1 0 0 43
São Paulo 6 0 0 20 1 3 2 2 0 2 1 38
Combined 14 3 1 42 6 4 3 2 1 2 1 80

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