Grêmio Esportivo Bagé

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Bagé
Logo: GE Bagé
Full name Grêmio Esportivo Bagé
Nickname(s) jalde-negro
Founded August 20, 1920
Ground Pedra Moura, Bagé
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Carlos Alberto Ducos
Manager Luis Clóvis Lemos
League Gaúcho Second Division
2007 -

Grêmio Esportivo Bagé, usually known simply as Bagé, is a traditional football team in Bagé, Rio Grande do Sul. Bagé was founded on August 5, 1920. Bagé had the biggest conquest in 1925, winning the title of the first division of Rio Grande do Sul.

History[edit]

Grêmio Esportivo Bagé was founded on August 5, 1920. The club results of the union of two other local teams, the 14 de Julho and Rio Branco.

In relation to the colors, it inherits of Rio Branco the yellow and of the July 14 the black, becoming the traditional gold-black.

Founders[edit]

(in alphabetical order)

•Dr. Átila Vinhas •Dr. Carlos Brasil •Florêncio Py Lima •José Maria Parera •Leonardo Teixeira •Leonidio Malafaia •Nélson Osório Ripalda •Paulino Brandi •Dr. Sílvio Vinhas •Dr. Valandro •Virato Azambuja

The First Management[edit]

President: Alípio Pereira Costa

Treasurer: Sargento Osório

Secretary:Austeclino Guaspe

Captain: Rafael Médice

Titles[edit]

  • Rio Grande do Sul Champion of the First Division of 1925
  • Rio Grande do Sul Champion of the Copa Governador of the State 1974.
  • Champion of 2nd Division Gaúcha in 1964, 1982 and 1985.
  • Vice-Champion of the State and Champion do Interior, in 1927.
  • Vice-Champion of the State and Champion do Interior, in 1928.
  • Vice-Champion of the State and Champion Interior, in 1940.
  • Vice-Champion of the State and Champion Interior, in 1944.
  • Vice-Champion of the State and Champion Interior, in1957.
  • Champion Centenário, in 1957.
  • Champion Citadino, in 1922, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1936, 1939, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1971, 1975 and 1976.

In 1977 the championship Citadino was discontinued.

Rio Grande do Sul First DivisionRecords[edit]

Year Position Year Position Year Position Year Position
1922 4th 1940 2nd 1971 9th 1979 15th
1925 1st 1942 4th 1973 8th 1980 14th
1926 * 1944 2nd 1975 8th 1983 11th
1927 2nd 1949 5th 1976 12th 1984 14th
1928 2nd 1953 5th 1977 9th 1986 14th
1929 * 1957 2nd 1978 10th 1994 20th
  • Currently Bagé participates in the Second Division of the Rio Grande do Sul (since 1995).

Stadium[edit]

  • Name: Pedra Moura
  • Capacity: 10,000

It was inaugurated in the beginning of the twenties.

The mascot[edit]

The mascot is a bee. Chosen by the colors, but also by the work in group and ferocious attacks.

Rival[edit]

Bagé's greatest rival is Guarany. The derby between the clubs is called 'Ba-Gua', and it is played there is more than 85 years.

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