Paulista Derby

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Paulista Derby
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Palmeiras against Corinthians in 2010
Other names Derby Paulista
Locale São Paulo
Teams Corinthians
Palmeiras
First meeting 6 May 1917
Latest meeting Corinthians 1 – 0 Palmeiras
2018 Campeonato Brasileiro
Stadiums Allianz Parque
Arena Corinthians
Statistics
Most wins Tie (126 each)
Most player appearances Ademir da Guia (57)
Top scorer Cláudio (21)
All-time series Corinthians: 126
Drawn: 107
Palmeiras: 126
Largest victory Palestra Italia 8–0 Corinthians
5 November 1933

Paulista Derby (or Derby Paulista in portuguese), is a match between traditional São Paulo football clubs Corinthians and Palmeiras. It is the rivalry between two of the oldest football clubs still active in the city of São Paulo. The Paulista Derby has been rated among the 10 greatest classics of the world.[1][2]

It is one of the biggest rivalries in world football: CNN considers it the ninth largest classic in the world, the second in the Americas and the only one in Brazil to be among the main world rivalries[3]. On the other hand, the Football Derbies website has placed The Paulista Derby as the 4th biggest rivalry in the world (and the first in Brazil), now ranked 8th in its world ranking [4], while the Brazilian magazine Trivela ranked it as the second largest in Brazil.[5]

Corinthians and Palmeiras have already decided state (Campeonato Paulista), regional (Torneio Rio-São Paulo) and national (Campeonato Brasileiro) championships, plus a Copa Libertadores semi-finals and quarter-finals. No other Brazilian football rivalry has so many major trophies involved.

Statistics[edit]

Competition Corinthians wins Draws Palmeiras wins
Série A 17 20 20
Paulista League 65 50 47
Copa Libertadores 3 0 3
Torneio Rio – São Paulo 7 6 16
Other 34 31 40
Total 126 107 126
  • Corinthians will have 6 more wins than Palmeiras, If the friendly games are discarded,

As of 14 May 2018


General[6]
  • 359 matches
  • 126 Corinthians wins
  • 107 draws
  • 126 Palmeiras wins
  • Goals scored by Corinthians: 480 (1.33 per match)
  • Goals scored by Palmeiras: 515 (1.44 per match)
  • Latest match: Corinthians 1–0 Palmeiras (Campeonato Brasileiro - 13 May 2018)

Source: Palmeiras records[7]


Campeonato Brasileiro (1971-2017)
  • 50 matches
  • 17 Corinthians wins
  • 17 draws
  • 16 Palmeiras wins
  • Goals scored by Corinthians: 52 (1.02 per match)
  • Goals scored by Palmeiras: 61 (1.25 per match)
  • Latest match: Corinthians 1–0 Palmeiras (Campeonato Brasileiro - 13 May 2018)


Copa Libertadores
  • 6 matches
  • 3 wins - Corinthians
  • 0 draws
  • 3 wins - Palmeiras
  • Corinthians goals: 10 (1.67 per match)
  • Palmeiras goals: 10 (1.67 per match)
  • Latest match: Palmeiras 3–2 Corinthians (Copa Libertadores semi-finals - 2nd leg - 6 June 2000)


Other
  • Most goals in a single match: 10 goals
Palmeiras 4–6 Corinthians (Campeonato Paulista - 18 January 1953) - Pacaembu Stadium, São Paulo

Greatest wins[edit]

Winning team Score Year Date Place Championship
Palmeiras 8–0 1933 November 5 Estádio Palestra Itália Campeonato Paulista e Torneio Rio – São Paulo
Palmeiras 6–0 1948 April 25 Estádio do Pacaembu Torneio Nacional e Taça Cidade de São Paulo
Palmeiras 5–1 1933 May 7 Parque São Jorge Campeonato Paulista e Torneio Rio-São Paulo
Corinthians 5–1 1952 August 27 Estádio do Pacaembu Torneio Nacional e Taça Cidade de São Paulo
Corinthians 5–1 1982 August 1 Estádio do Morumbi Campeonato Paulista
Palmeiras 5–1 1986 August 3 Estádio do Morumbi Campeonato Paulista
Palmeiras 4–0 1930 August 24 Estádio Palestra Itália Campeonato Paulista
Palmeiras 4–0 1958 August 21 Estádio do Pacaembu Campeonato Paulista
Palmeiras 4–0 1993 June 12 Estádio do Morumbi Campeonato Paulista
Palmeiras 4–0 2004 May 2 Estádio do Morumbi Campeonato Brasileiro

Players[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Player Club Goals
Brazil Cláudio Corinthians 21
Brazil Baltazar Corinthians 20
Brazil Luizinho Corinthians 19
Brazil Heitor Palmeiras 16
Brazil Teleco Corinthians 15
Brazil César Lemos Palmeiras 13
Brazil Marcelinho Carioca Corinthians 13
Brazil Romeu Pellicciari Palmeiras 13

Most appearances[edit]

Largest invincibility[edit]

  • Palmeiras – 12 matches (From 4 May 1930 to 5 August 1934 and 15 February 2006 to 18 February 2010)
  • Corinthians – 10 matches (From 6 July 1952 to 21 July 1954)

Largest Attendances[edit]

All matches played at Morumbi Stadium.

  1. Palmeiras 1–0 Corinthians, 120,522 (12 December 1974)
  2. Palmeiras 4–0 Corinthians, 104,401 (12 June 1993)
  3. Corinthians 1–0 Palmeiras, 102,939 (31 August 1997)
  4. Corinthians 0–2 Palmeiras, 102,187 (16 April 1989)
  5. Corinthians 1–0 Palmeiras, 95,784 (8 December 1983)
  6. Corinthians 1–0 Palmeiras, 95,759 (24 August 1986)
  7. Corinthians 3–0 Palmeiras, 94,872 (11 November 1978)
  8. Corinthians 0–0 Palmeiras, 94,852 (18 February 1979)
  9. Corinthians 1–0 Palmeiras, 93,736 (6 June 1983)
  10. Palmeiras 3–0 Corinthians, 92,982 (27 August 1986)

Honours[edit]

As of 10 May 2018
Team Série A[1] Copa do Brasil SuperCopa do Brasil Copa dos Campeões Paulista Torneio Rio-São Paulo Copa Libertadores Copa CONMEBOL / Copa Mercosur / Copa Sudamericana Recopa Sudamericana Copa Rio[2] Intercontinental Cup FIFA Club World Cup Total
Corinthians 7 3 1 0 29 5 1 0 1 0 0 2 49
Palmeiras 9 3 0 1 22 5 1 1 0 1 0 0 43
Combined 16 6 1 1 51 10 2 1 1 1 0 2 92
  • [1] Palmeiras only has 5 Brazilian League titles (Brasileirao). The other titles were given by the Brazilian Futball Confederation (CBF) during a regional/national titles unification request made by Palmeiras.
  • [2] Palmeiras considered Copa Rio the 1st world club championship, but this is not a tournament recognized by Fifa.

Source: www.fifa.com

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Football First 11: Do or die derbies". "CNN". Retrieved on 17 July 2011
  2. ^ "THE LIST: The greatest rivalries in club football, Nos 10-1". "Daily Mail". Retrieved on 17 July 2011
  3. ^ "CNN coloca clássico Palmeiras x Timão entre os dez maiores do mundo" Globo Esporte, 23/10/2008
  4. ^ "FootballDerbies.com"
  5. ^ "Te odeio, logo existo", Gustavo Hofman, Trivela número 32, outubro de 2008, Trivela Comunicações, pág. 36
  6. ^ [1]. "Campeões do Futebol". Retrieved on 28 October 2015
  7. ^ [2]

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