Taça Brasil de Futsal

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The Taça Brasil de Futsal (Portuguese for Brazil Futsal Trophy) is a Brazilian futsal championship. It was the only futsal competition in Brazil until 1996, when the Liga Futsal started.

The Taça Brasil is one of the most traditional Brazilian Futsal Confederation (CBFS) competitions. The competition reunites representatives of the states (mostly of them are the state champions).

The first edition was disputed in 1968, in Lages, Santa Catarina state, and the champion was Carioca from Rio de Janeiro state, with Palmeiras from São Paulo finishing as the runner-up. Until 1980, the tournament took place every two years. Since 1981, the competition is disputed annually.

List of champions[edit]

Year Champion Host city
1968 Carioca (RJ) Lages (SC)
1970 Palmeiras (SP) Natal (RN)
1972 Sumov (CE) Recife (PE)
1974 Corinthians (SP) Brasília (DF)
1976 Náutico (PE) Cuiabá (MT)
1978 Sumov (CE) Londrina (PR)
1980 Sumov (CE) Natal (RN)
1981 Monte Sinai (RJ) Cuiabá (MT)
1982 Sumov (CE) Fortaleza (CE)
1983 Vasco da Gama (RJ) São Paulo (SP)
1984 Atlântica (RJ) Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
1985 Atlético Mineiro (MG) Fortaleza (CE)
1986 Sumov (CE) Curitiba (PR)
1987 Perdigão (SC) São Paulo (SP)
1988 Água Branca (SP) Caxias do Sul (RS)
1989 Enxuta (RS) Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
1990 Perdigão (SC) Videira (SC)
1991 Banfort (CE) Belo Horizonte (MG)
1992 Banespa (SP) Arapoti (PR)
1993 INPACEL (PR) Cuiabá (MT)
1994 INPACEL (PR) Natal (RN)
1995 Enxuta (RS) Natal (RN)
1996 Enxuta (RS) Caxias do Sul (RS)
1997 Banespa (SP) Recife (PE)
1998 GM-Chevrolet (SP) Foz do Iguaçu (PR)
1999 Internacional (RS) Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
2000 Vasco da Gama (RJ) Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
2001 Carlos Barbosa (RS) and Sumov (CE) (shared) Fortaleza (CE)
2002 Minas Tênis Clube (MG) Carlos Barbosa (RS)
2003 Malwee/Jaraguá (SC) Jaraguá do Sul (SC)
2004 Malwee/Jaraguá (SC) Goiânia (GO)
2005 Malwee/Jaraguá (SC) Carlos Barbosa (RS)
2006 Malwee/Jaraguá (SC) Natal (RN)
2007 Malwee/Jaraguá (SC) Teresópolis (RJ)
2008 Malwee/Jaraguá (SC) Jaraguá do Sul (SC)
2009 Carlos Barbosa (RS) Cascavel (PR)
2010 Corinthians (SP) Jaraguá do Sul (SC)
2011 Krona Futsal (SC) Orlândia (SP)
2012 Minas Tênis Clube (MG) Joinville (SC)
2013 Atlântico Erechim (RS) Erechim (RS)

Titles by team[edit]

Club Titles
Malwee/Jaraguá, Sumov 6
Enxuta 3
Perdigão, Carlos Barbosa, Banespa, INPACEL, Vasco da Gama, Corinthians, Minas Tênis Clube. 2
Carioca, Palmeiras, Náutico, Monte Sinai, Atlântica, Atlético Mineiro, Água Branca, Banfort, GM-Chevrolet, Internacional, Krona Futsal, Atlântico Erechim. 1

Titles by state[edit]

State Titles
 Santa Catarina 9
 Ceará
 São Paulo
 Rio Grande do Sul
7
 Rio de Janeiro 5
 Minas Gerais 3
 Paraná 2
 Pernambuco 1

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