Esporte Clube Guarani

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This article is about the Brazilian football club from Venâncio Aires. For other football clubs with similar names, see Guarani (disambiguation).
Full name Esporte Clube Guarani
Founded 2 September 1929
Ground Estádio Edmundo Feix, Venâncio Aires
Ground Capacity 4,000[1]
League Rio Grande do Sul Campeonato Gaúcho Second Level
2010 Campeonato Gaúcho 2ªD, Eliminated in the 1st stage
Website Club home page

Esporte Clube Guarani is a Brazilian football club based in Venâncio Aires, Rio Grande do Sul, known as Guarani–VA. It named after Guaraní, the indigenous people from South America's interior. The club has no relation with Guarani (SP) (from São Paulo state), Guarany–BG, Guarany-CA nor Guarany–CM (from Rio Grande do Sul).


Found 3 September 1929 as Sociedade de Foot-Ball Sport Club Guarany.


2011 Squad[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 Alencar
Brazil GK Bastos
Brazil GK
Brazil DF Daniel
Brazil DF Anchieta
Brazil DF Vanderson
Brazil DF Vantuir Marth
Brazil DF Tiago Rosa
Brazil DF Samuel
Brazil DF Fernando Ramos
Brazil DF Gustavo Xavier
Brazil DF Douglas
Brazil DF Leandro Baiano
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Dione
Brazil MF Guto Klafke
Brazil MF Jeverton
Brazil MF Flavinho
Brazil MF Endrigo
Brazil MF Robinho
Brazil MF Gabriel Baierle
Brazil MF Bié
Brazil MF Beto Bombeiro
Brazil FW Eliomar
Brazil FW Marcos Neves
Brazil FW Kanu

Recent results[edit]

Seasons State League Positions State Cup National Cup
2002 First Level 4th of Group B (8 teams in 2 groups) Did not qualify
2003 10th (total 18 teams) First Round (Round of 64)
2004 12th (total 14 teams) Did not play Did not qualify
2005 6th of Group 3 (18 teams in 3 groups) First Round
2006 Second Level 2nd (Promoted) Did not play
2007 First Level 8th of Group 2 (18 teams in 2 groups)
2008 Second Level 5th Round of 16
2009 did not play did not play
2010 7th of Group 3 (26 teams in 3 groups)


  1. ^ "Cadastro Nacional de Estádios de Futebol (CNEF)" (PDF). Confederação Brasileira de Futebol (CBF) (in Portuguese). Archived from the original (PDF) on 14 October 2009. Retrieved 12 December 2010.