Grêmio Novorizontino

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Novorizontino
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Full nameGrêmio Novorizontino
Founded1 March 2010
GroundEstádio Dr. Jorge Ismael de Biasi, Novo Horizonte
Capacity12,398[1]
ChairmanGenilson Rocha Santos
ManagerIto Roque
LeagueCampeonato Paulista
WebsiteClub website

Grêmio Novorizontino, usually known simply as Novorizontino, is a Brazilian football club from Novo Horizonte, São Paulo state.

History[edit]

A replacement to dissolved Grêmio Esportivo Novorizontino, the club was founded on 11 March 2001, inheriting the club's colors and logo.[2][3] After spending its first years in amateur football, the club joined Federação Paulista de Futebol in 2010, but only appeared in a competition of the federation in 2012.

In his first professional year, Novorizontino achieved a promotion from Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão, finishing fourth.[4] After managing to survive in 2013's Série A3, the club was crowned champions in the following year, after defeating Independente de Limeira by 5–0 on aggregate.[5]

On 28 April 2015 Novorizontino sealed its promotion to Série A1, finishing second in the tournament.[6]

Current squad (2019)[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 Oliveira
Brazil GK Vagner (on loan from Palmeiras)
Brazil GK Vinicius Almeida
Brazil DF Edson Silva
Brazil DF Everton Sena
Brazil DF Flávio Boaventura
Brazil DF Lucas Newiton
Brazil DF Lucas Ramon (on loan from Londrina)
Brazil DF Paulinho
Brazil DF Renato Camilo
Brazil DF Reverson
Brazil MF Adilson Goiano
Brazil MF Danielzinho
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Dudu Vieira
Brazil MF Elvinho
Brazil MF Jairo Luis
Brazil MF Jean Patrick
Brazil MF Matheus Sales (on loan from Palmeiras)
Brazil MF Murilo (on loan from Linense)
Brazil MF Pedro Carmona
Brazil FW Carlinhos (on loan from Corinthians)
Brazil FW Carlos Henrique (on loan from Londrina)
Brazil FW Cléo Silva
Brazil FW Felipe Alves
Brazil FW Felipe Marques (on loan from Horizonte)
Brazil FW Paulinho Moccelin (on loan from Londrina)

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