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     Date of First Foundation:  26/Jan/1930
Date of Definitive Foundation:  16/Dec/1935 (after be closed and refoundated)
  
Colours:    First Uniform (Home)   Shirt: White with two (one red and one black) 
                                          horizontal stripes
                                   Short: White
                                   Socks: White
            Second Uniform (Away)  Shirt: vertical stripes black, white and red
                                   Short: White
                                   Socks: White
All Presidents:
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1930-1935: Edgard Egydio de Souza Aranha
1935-1935: Luís Oliveira de Barros
1935-1935: Manoel do Carmo Mecca
1936-1938: Frederico Antônio Germano Menzen
1938-1938: Cid Matos Viana
1938-1938: interim group (Frederico Antônio Germano Menzen, José Porphyrio da Paz, Jaime Roso,
           Gumercindo Nascimento de Luca, Machado Filho and Carlos Lopes)
1938-1940: Piragibe Nogueira
1940-1940: Paulo Machado de Carvalho
1940-1940: João Thomas Monteiro da Silva
1940-1946: Décio Pedroso
1946-1946: Roberto Gomes Pedroza
1946-1947: Paulo Machado de Carvalho
1947-1958: Cícero Pompeu de Toledo
1955-1955: Frederico Antônio Germano Menzen (interim)
1958-1972: Laudo Natel
1966-1967: Manoel Raymundo Paes de Almeida (interim)
1969-1969: Henri Couri Aidar (interim)
1970-1971: Cláudio Aidar (interim)
1971-1972: Henri Couri Aidar (interim)
1972-1978: Henri Couri Aidar
1978-1982: Antonio Leme Nunes Galvão
1982-1984: José Douglas Dallora
1984-1988: Carlos Miguel Aidar
1988-1990: Juvenal Juvêncio
1990-1994: José Eduardo Mesquita Pimenta
1994-1998: Fernando Casal de Rey
1998-2000: José Augusto Bastos Neto
2000-2002: Paulo Amaral
2002-2006: Marcelo Portugal Gouvêa
2006-2014: Juvenal Juvêncio
2014-2015: Carlos Miguel Aidar
2015-2020: Carlos Augusto Barros e Silva
All Coaches:
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1930-1932: Rubens Salles
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Aphrodísio Xavier (Formiga) (7 matches in 1932)
1932-1933: Eugênio Medgyessy (Marinetti)
1933-1935: Clodoaldo Caldeira (Clodô)
1936-1937: Del Debbio
1937-1938: Vicente Feola
1938-1938: Tito Rodrigues
1938-1939: Vicente Feola
1939-1939: Ignaz Amzel
1939-1940: Amílcar Barbuy
1940-1940: Ramon Platero
1941-1942: Vicente Feola
1942-1943: Conrado Ross
1943-1947: Jorge Gomes da Silva (Joreca)
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Vicente Feola (1 match in 1944 and
              8 matches in 1945))
1947-1947: Zarzur (*)
1947-1950: Vicente Feola
1950-1950: Leônidas da Silva
1950-1951: Vicente Feola
1951-1951: Leônidas da Silva
1951-1951: Ariston de Oliveira
1951-1953: Vicente Feola
1953-1954: Jim Lopes
1954-1955: Leônidas da Silva
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Vicente Feola (1 match in 1954)
1955-1957: Vicente Feola
1957-1957: Caxambu (*)
1957-1958: Bella Guttman
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Manoel Raymundo (6 matches in 1958))
1958-1958: Manoel Raymundo (*)
1958-1959: Renganeschi
1959-1960: Vicente Feola
1960-1960: Remo Januzzi
1960-1961: Flávio Costa
1961-1961: Manoel Raymundo (*)
1961-1961: gen. Cláudio Cardoso
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes Comissão de Atletas (Players' Group) (1 match in 1961))
              and Caxambu (8 matches in 1961))
1961-1961: Caxambu
1962-1962: Aymoré Moreira
1962-1962: Caxambu
1962-1964: Osvaldo Brandão
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes Jair Rosa Pinto (6 matches in 1963),
              José Poy (10 matches in 1964)
              and Vicente Feola (3 matches in 1964))
1964-1964: Otto Vieira
1964-1965: José Poy
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Vicente Feola (1 match in 1965))
1965-1965: Jim Lopes
1966-1966: Aymoré Moreira
1967-1968: Sylvio Pirillo
1968-1969: Diede Lameiro
1970-1970: Zezé Moreira
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute José Poy (2 matches in 1970))
1971-1971: Osvaldo Brandão
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Hélio José Maffia (1 matches in 1971))
1971-1971: José Poy
1972-1972: Alfredo Ramos
1972-1972: Cosme Damião Geraldino (*)
1972-1972: Vail Mota
1972-1972: José Poy
1973-1973: Telê Santana
1973-1976: José Poy
1976-1976: Mario Juliato
1977-1979: Rubens Minelli
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes Mário Juliato (6 matches from 1977 to 1979))
              and Alcides Romano Jr. (1 matches in 1978))
1979-1979: Mário Juliato
1980-1981: Carlos Alberto Silva
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes João Leal Neto (5 matches in 1981)
              and Íthon Fritzen (5 matches in 1981))
1981-1981: João Leal Neto (*)
1981-1982: Chico Formiga
1982-1983: José Poy
1983-1983: José Carlos Serrão (*)
1983-1983: Mário Travaglini
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Valdir de Moraes (3 matches in 1983))
1984-1984: Valdir de Moraes (*)
1984-1986: Cilinho
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes Bebeto de Oliveira (1 match in 1984)
              and José Carlos Serrão (1 match in 1985 and 1 match in 1986))
1986-1986: José Carlos Serrão (*)
1986-1987: Pepe
1987-1987: José Carlos Serrão (*)
1987-1989: Cilinho
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Pupo Gimenez (2 matches in 1988))
1989-1989: Pupo Gimenez (*)
1989-1990: Carlos Alberto Silva
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Pupo Gimenez (3 matches in 1989))
1990-1990: Pupo Gimenez (*)
1990-1990: Pablo Forlan
1990-1996: Telê Santana
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes Silva (6 matches in 1991),
              Valdir de Moraes (4 matches in 1993),
              Márcio Araújo (8 matches in 1993)
              and Muricy Ramalho (29 matches in 1994 and 11 matches in 1995))
1996-1996: Muricy Ramalho (*)
1996-1996: Carlos Alberto Parreira
1996-1997: Muricy Ramalho
1997-1998: Dario Pereyra
1998-1998: Nelsinho Baptista
1998-1998: Pita (*)
1998-1998: Mário Sérgio
1999-1999: Paulo César Carpegiani
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Fernando Soares (1 match in 1999))
1999-1999: Mílton Cruz (*)
2000-2000: Levir Culpi
2001-2001: Osvaldo Alvarez
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Ivo Secchi (1 match in 2001))
2001-2002: Nelsinho Baptista
2002-2003: Oswaldo de Oliveira
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Waldemar de Oliveira (1 match in 2003))
2003-2003: Roberto Rojas
2004-2004: Cuca
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Mílton Cruz (1 match in 2004))
2004-2005: Emerson Leão
2005-2005: Mílton Cruz (*)
2005-2005: Paulo Autuori
2006-2009: Muricy Ramalho
             (temporarily replaced by the substitutes Mílton Cruz (1 match in 2007)
              and Silva (? matches in 2007))
2009-2009: Mílton Cruz (*)
2009-2010: Ricardo Gomes
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Mílton Cruz (3 matches in 2010))
2010-2010: Mílton Cruz (*)
2010-2010: Sérgio Baresi (*)
2010-2011: Paulo César Carpegiani
2011-2011: Mílton Cruz (*)
2011-2011: Adílson Batista
2011-2011: Mílton Cruz (*)
2011-2012: Emerson Leão
2012-2012: Mílton Cruz (*)
2012-2013: Ney Franco
2013-2013: Mílton Cruz (*)
2013-2013: Paulo Autuori
2013-2015: Muricy Ramalho
             (temporarily replaced by the substitute Mílton Cruz (3 matches in 2014 and 2 matches in 2015))
2015-2015: Mílton Cruz
2015-2015: Juan Carlos Osorio
2015-2015: Doriva
2015-2015: Mílton Cruz (*)
2016-2016: Edgardo Bauza
2016-2016: André Jardine (*)
2016-2016: Ricardo Gomes
2016-2016: Pintado (*)
2017-2017: Rogério Ceni
2017-2017: Pintado (*)
2017-    : Dorival Júnior

(*) interim coaches
Men who were both player and coach of São Paulo:
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Alfredo Ramos: player in 1950-1957 ; coach in 1972
Caxambu: player in 1937-1941 and 1943 ; coach in 1957 and 1961
Clodô: player in 1930-1932 ; coach in 1933 and 1935
Dario Pereyra: player in 1977-1988 ; coach in 1997-1998
Doriva: player in 1991-1994; coach in 2015
Jair Rosa Pinto: player in 1961-1963 ; coach in 1963
João Leal Neto: player in 1963-1964 ; coach in 1981
José Carlos Serrão: player in 1972-1977 ; coach in 1983, 1985, 1986 and 1987
José Poy: player in 1949-1962 ; coach in 1964, 1964-1965, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973-1975 and 1982
Leônidas da Silva: player in 1942-1950 ; coach in 1950, 1951, 1952 and 1954-1955
Márcio Araújo: player in 1981 and 1983-1986 ; coach in 1993
Mário Sérgio: player in 1981-1982 ; coach in 1998
Mílton Cruz: player in 1977-1979 ; coach in 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
Muricy Ramalho: player in 1973-1979 ; coach in 1994, 1996, 1996-1997, 2006-2009 and 2013-2015
Nelsinho Baptista: player in 1971-1977 ; coach in 1998 and 2001-2002
Pablo Forlan: player in 1970-1975 ; coach in 1990
Pintado: player in 1985-1993 ; coach in 2016 and 2017
Pita: player in 1984-1988; coach in 1998
Renganeschi: player in 1945-1948 ; coach in 1959
Remo Januzzi: player in 1940-1951 ; coach in 1959
Roberto Rojas: player in 1987-1989 ; coach in 2003
Rogério Ceni: player in 1993-2015 ; coach in 2017-
Sérgio Baresi: player in 1991-1994 ; coach in 2010
Silva: player in 1973-1976 ; coach in 1991 and 2007
Zarzur: player in 1943-1947; coach in 1947
Coaches of São Paulo "B" Team:
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2003-2003: Cilinho
2004-2004: Silva
2004-2004: Vizolli
2005-2005: Silva

History in Campeonato Paulista
---------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
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1930    runner-up       41   26   16   9   1   77   27   50
1931    CHAMPIONS       45   26   20   5   1   92   30   62
1932    runner-up       17   11    8   1   2   36   13   23
1933    runner-up       23   14   11   1   2   62   16   46
1934    runner-up       23   14   10   3   1   34   12   22
1935    didn´t play
1936    8th             16   21    7   2  12   27   35   -8
1937    7th              8    9    4   0   5    8   11   -3
1938    runner-up       14   10    6   2   2   30   13   17
1939    5th             21   20   10   1   9   41   28   13
1940    6th             19   20    9   1  10   42   41    1
1941    runner-up       31   20   13   5   2   55   32   23
1942    3rd             32   20   15   2   3   77   28   49
1943    CHAMPIONS       33   20   15   3   2   63   21   42
1944    runner-up       29   20   13   3   4   69   32   37
1945    CHAMPIONS       36   20   17   2   1   70   20   50
1946    CHAMPIONS       37   20   17   3   0   62   20   42
1947    4th             24   20    7  10   3   48   27   21
1948    CHAMPIONS       34   20   16   2   2   54   19   35
1949    CHAMPIONS       36   22   16   4   2   70   23   47
1950    runner-up       31   22   13   5   4   55   27   28
1951    4th             37   28   17   3   8   46   34   12
1952    runner-up       46   30   21   4   5   66   31   35
1953    CHAMPIONS       50   28   24   2   2   70   21   49
1954    3rd             35   26   15   5   6   46   29   17
1955    3rd             38   26   16   6   4   72   37   35
1956    runner-up       55   36   25   5   6  114   49   65   [1] 
1957    CHAMPIONS       55   37   23   9   5  100   44   56
1958    runner-up       60   38   25  10   3   93   39   54
1959    3rd             53   38   22   9   7   79   38   41
1960    8th             37   34   13  11  10   74   54   20
1961    3rd             41   30   18   5   7   73   40   33
1962    3rd             43   30   19   5   6   66   36   30
1963    2nd             44   30   18   8   4   56   26   30
1964    5th             33   30   12   9   9   51   40   11
1965    5th             33   30   13   7  10   52   32   20
1966    4th             34   28   12  10   6   45   35   10
1967    2nd             41   27   16   9   2   54   17   37   [1] 
1968    4th             28   26   11   6   9   39   36    3
1969    3rd             37   29   17   3   9   47   32   15
1970    CHAMPIONS       27   18   12   3   3   29   15   14
1971    CHAMPIONS       36   22   17   2   3   39   17   22
1972    runner-up       36   22   14   8   0   32    7   25
1973    8th             21   22    6   9   7   22   20    2
1974    4th             34   26   12  10   4   28   15   13
1975    CHAMPIONS       59   35   26   7   2   60   16   44
1976    6th             34   28   12  10   6   39   18   21
1977    4th             66   46   23  13  10   73   36   37   [2]
1978    runner-up       63   52   24  15  13   61   48   13
1979    7th             47   43   16  15  12   46   38    8
1980    CHAMPIONS       57   44   22  13   9   55   32   23
1981    CHAMPIONS       68   56   28  12  16   82   45   37
1982    runner-up       55   40   23   9   8   64   36   28
1983    runner-up       66   48   24  18   6   70   39   31
1984    3rd             51   38   19  13   6   52   25   27
1985    CHAMPIONS       58   42   23  12   7   72   29   43
1986    6th             42   38   11  20   7   50   36   14
1987    CHAMPIONS       52   42   17  18   7   61   42   19
1988    3rd             32   25   13   6   6   43   26   17   [3]
1989    CHAMPIONS       42   29   14  11   4   37   16   21   [4]
1990    15th            36   33   13  10  10   41   26   15
1991    CHAMPIONS       54   34   21  12   1   66   27   39
1992    CHAMPIONS       52   34   21   9   4   63   29   34   [5]
1993    3rd             47   36   20   7   9   67   30   37
1994    runner-up       41   30   16   9   5   66   38   28
1995    5th             61   36   17  10   9   51   35   16   [6]
1996    runner-up       55   30   16   7   7   54   35   19
1997    runner-up       47   26   12  11   3   56   28   28
1998    CHAMPIONS       34   14   11   1   2   40   15   25
1999    3rd             40   18   12   4   2   47   23   24
2000    CHAMPIONS       46   20   14   4   2   45   22   23
2001    8th             24   15    6   3   6   32   26    6   [7]
2002    CHAMPIONS        8    4    2   2   0   10    5    5   [8]
2003    runner-up       20   11    6   2   3   29   14   15
2004    5th             25   10    8   1   1   21    7   14
2005    CHAMPIONS       45   19   14   3   2   49   21   28
2006    runner-up       42   19   13   3   3   46   21   25
2007    3rd             45   21   13   6   2   43   19   24
2008    3rd             41   21   12   5   4   33   25    8
2009    4th             40   21   12   4   5   34   21   13
2010    4th             36   21   11   3   7   43   25   18
2011    4th             44   21   14   2   5   41   21   20
2012    3rd             46   21   14   4   3   47   25   22
2013    3rd             45   21   14   3   4   35   18   17
2014    6th             28   16    8   4   4   28   15   13
2015    4th             35   17   11   2   4   34   12   22
2016    8th             22   16    6   4   6   18   18    0
2017    4th             27   16    7   6   3   33   23   10
============================================================
TOTAL                 3382 2272 1280 555 437 4502 2325 2177


Notes:  [1]  Title lost after tie-break match.
        [2]  Win by three or more goals of difference earn three points.
        [3]  Not computed matches against Ponte Preta and Bandeirante.
See 1988 file for details.
        [4]  In first phase, win scoring three or more goals earn three
points; draw in 0-0 were decided on penalties with the winner earning one
point and the loser earning no points.
        [5]  São Paulo earn one bonus point in second phase due to had won
the first phase.
        [6]  Introduction of the "three-points-by-win" system.
        [7]  In first phase, win earn three points; draw in 0-0 were decided
on penalties with the winner earning one point and the loser earning no points;
draw in 1-1 or higher were decided on penalties with the winner earning two
point and the loser earning one points.
        [8]  Supercampeonato Paulista.

Winning Squads:
1931: Joãozinho, Clodoaldo, Bartô - Mílton, Bino, Sasso - Luizinho, 
Armandinho, Friedenreich, Araken, Junqueira.
1943: King, Piolim, Virgílio - Zezé Procópio, Zarzur, Noronha - Luizinho,
Sastre, Leônidas da Silva, Remo, Pardal.
1945: Gijo, Piolim, Renganeschi - Bauer, Zarzur, Rui - Luizinho, Sastre,
Leônidas da Silva, Remo, Teixeirinha.
1946: Gijo, Piolim, Renganeschi - Rui, Bauer, Noronha - Luizinho, Sastre,
Leônidas da Silva, Remo, Teixeirinha.
1948: Mário, Savério, Mauro - Bauer, Rui, Noronha - China, Ponce de León,
Leônidas da Silva, Remo, Teixeirinha.
1949: Mário, Savério, Mauro - Bauer, Rui, Noronha - Friaça, Ponce de León,
Leônidas da Silva, Remo, Teixeirinha.
1953: Poy, De Sordi, Mauro - Pé de Valsa, Bauer, Alfredo - Maurinho, Albella,
Gino, Negri, Teixeirinha.
1957: Poy, De Sordi, Mauro - Sarará, Vítor, Riberto - Maurinho, Amauri, Gino,
Zizinho, Canhoteiro.
1970: Sérgio, Forlan, Jurandir, Roberto Dias, Gilberto (Tenente) - Édson, 
Nenê - Paulo, Terto (Benê), Toninho Guerreiro, Paraná.
1971: Sérgio, Forlan, Jurandir, Arlindo, Gilberto - Édson, Gérson, Pedro
Rocha (Carlos Alberto) - Terto, Toninho Guerreiro, Paraná.
1975: Valdir Peres, Nélson, Paranhos, Samuel, Gilberto - Chicão, Pedro Rocha,
Terto - Muricy, Serginho, Zé Carlos (Silva).
1980: Valdir Peres, Getúlio, Oscar, Darío Pereyra, Aírton - Almir, Heriberto,
Renato (Alexandre Bueno) - Paulo César, Serginho (Assis), Zé Sérgio.
1981: Valdir Peres, Getúlio, Gassem (Nei), Darío Pereyra, Marinho Chagas -
Almir, Heriberto, Renato - Paulo César (Tatu), Serginho, Mário Sérgio.
1985: Gilmar, Zé Teodoro, Oscar, Darío Pereyra, Nelsinho - Márcio Araújo,
Silas (Pita), Falcão (Freitas) - Müller, Careca, Sidney.
1987: Gilmar, Zé Teodoro, Adílson, Darío Pereyra, Nelsinho - Bernardo, Silas,
Pita - Müller, Lê (Paulo Martins), Edivaldo (Neto).
1989: Gilmar, Zé Teodoro, Adílson, Ricardo Rocha, Nelsinho - Vizolli, Bobô
(Benê), Raí - Mário Tilico, Ney (Bernardo), Edivaldo.
1991: Zetti, Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ronaldão, Nelsinho - Sidney, Suélio, Raí -
Müller, Macedo, Elivélton.
1992: Zetti, Vítor (Válber), Adílson, Ronaldão, Ronaldo Luís - Pintado,
Toninho Cerezzo, Raí, Cafu - Müller, Palhinha.
1998: Rogério Ceni, Zé Carlos, Capitão, Márcio Santos (Bordon), Serginho -
Alexandre, Fabiano, Raí (Aristizábal), Carlos Miguel (Gallo) - França,
Denílson.
2000: Rogério Ceni, Belletti, Edmílson, Rogério Pinheiro, Fábio Aurélio -
Maldonado, Vágner, Raí (Fabiano), Marcelinho - Edu (Carlos Miguel), Evair
(Sandro Hiroshi).
2002: Roger, Gabriel, Émerson, Jean, Lino - Maldonado, Fábio Simplício,
Lúcio Flávio (Souza), Adriano - Sandro Hiroshi (Oliveira), Reinaldo (Rafael).
2005: Rogério Ceni, Fabão, Lugano, Edcarlos - Cicinho, Josué, Mineiro,
Danilo, Júnior - Diego Tardelli (Luizão), Grafite.
History in Torneio Rio-São Paulo
---------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts    G    W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1933    runner-up       34   22   16   2   4   75   31   44
1940    9th              4    8    1   2   5   11   24  -13   [*]
1950    6th              5    7    2   1   4   18   23   -5
1951    8th              2    7    0   2   5    8   18  -10
1952    7th              8    9    3   2   4   15   18   -3
1953    3rd             10    9    4   2   3   12    9    3
1954    4th             10    9    4   2   3   10   11   -1
1955    9th              6    9    2   2   5   11   16   -5
1957    8th              8    9    3   2   4   14   12    2
1958    4th             10    9    4   2   3   28   19    9
1959    5th             10    9    4   2   3   23   22    1
1960    7th              7    9    2   3   4   11   19   -8
1961    8th              7    9    2   3   4   12   15   -3
1962    runner-up        8    7    2   4   1   11   10    1
1963    8th              8    9    3   2   4   11   16   -5
1964    10th             4    9    1   2   6    8   21  -13
1965    runner-up       16   16    7   2   7   32   33   -1
1966    5th             10    9    5   0   4   14   11    3
1993    didn't play
1997    4th              2    4    0   2   2    4    7   -3   [**]
1998    runner-up       11   10    2   5   3   14   15   -1
1999    3rd             16    8    5   1   2   12    9    3
2000    3rd             12    8    4   0   4   14   17   -3
2001    CHAMPIONS       16    8    5   1   2   15   10    5
2002    runner-up       29   19    8   5   6   53   38   15
============================================================
TOTAL                  252  232   89  51  92  436  424   12

Notes:  [*]  Tournament interrupted and not finished.
       [**]  Introduction of the "three-points-by-win" system.

Winning Squads:
2001: Roger, Wílson, Rogério Pinheiro, Jean - Belletti, Maldonado, Fabiano
(Kaká), Carlos Miguel (Júlio Batista), Gustavo Nery - França, Luís Fabiano.
History in Taça Brasil
-----------------------

São Paulo never played Taça Brasil
History in Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa (Robertão)
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Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1967    10th            13  14     3   7   4   18   13    5
1968    10th            14  16     4   6   6   23   24   -1
1969    13rd            14  16     5   4   7   22   27   -5
1970    14th            11  16     3   5   8   14   20   -6
============================================================
TOTAL                   52  62    15  22  25   77   84   -7

Obs.: In 22/Dec/2010 CBF, awarded to Taça Brasil (1959-1968) and Roberto
Gomes Pedrosa (1967-1970) tournaments the status of Brazilian Championships.


History in Campeonato Brasileiro
---------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1971    runner-up       30   27    10  10   7   26   23    3
1972    9th             32   28    13   6   9   49   32   17
1973    runner-up       52   40    17  18   5   46   22   24
1974    10th            29   24     8  13   3   25   15   10
1975    5th             41   28    11  14   3   35   21   14   [a]
1976    28th            15   13     4   4   5   15   13    2   [b]
1977    CHAMPIONS       40   21    13   4   4   40   15   25   [a]
1978    19th            33   26    10   8   8   42   25   17   [b]
1979    didn't play
1980    9th             24   18     8   8   2   36   22   14
1981    runner-up       32   23    13   6   4   32   15   17
1982    6th             23   18    11   1   6   43   23   20
1983    5th             31   22    13   5   4   47   17   30
1984    17th            18   14     6   6   2   23   14    9
1985    27th            20   20     7   6   7   36   39   -3
1986    CHAMPIONS       47   34    17  13   4   62   22   40
1987    8th             17   15     7   3   5   21   12    9   [c]
1988    11th            39   23     9   8   6   21   18    3   [d]
1989    runner-up       23   19     7   9   3   25   16    9
1990    runner-up       27   25    10   7   8   24   18    6
1991    CHAMPIONS       31   23    12   7   4   28   15   13
1992    6th             27   25    10   7   8   28   23    5
1993    4th             26   20     9   8   3   27   17   10
1994    6th             32   27    12   8   7   42   35    7
1995    12th            33   23     9   6   8   26   23    3   [e]
1996    11th            35   23     9   8   6   39   32    7
1997    13th            33   25     8   9   8   41   32    9
1998    15th            27   23     8   3  12   34   35   -1
1999    4th             40   26    13   1  12   45   35   10   [f][g]
2000    12th            40   26    10  10   6   48   38   10   [h]
2001    7th             46   28    13   7   8   49   36   13
2002    5th             52   27    16   4   7   59   40   19
2003    3rd             78   46    22  12  12   81   67   14
2004    3rd             82   46    24  10  12   78   43   35
2005    11th            58   42    16  10  16   77   67   10   [i]
2006    CHAMPIONS       78   38    22  12   4   66   32   34
2007    CHAMPIONS       77   38    23   8   7   55   19   36
2008    CHAMPIONS       75   38    21  12   5   66   36   30
2009    3rd             65   38    18  11   9   57   42   15
2010    9th             55   38    15  10  13   54   54    0
2011    6th             59   38    16  11  11   57   46   11
2012    4th             66   38    20   6  12   59   37   22
2013    9th             50   38    14   8  16   39   40   -1
2014    runner-up       70   38    20  10   8   59   40   19
2015    4th             62   38    18   8  12   53   47    6
2016    10th            52   38    14  10  14   44   36    8
=============================================================
TOTAL                 1922 1286  586 365 335 1959 1349  610


Notes:  [a]  Win by two or more goals of difference earn three points.
        [b]  Win by three or more goals of difference earn three points.
        [c]  Copa União.
        [d]  Three points by win; draws were decided on penalties with the
winner earning two points and the loser earning one point.
        [e]  Introduction of the "three-points-by-win" system.
        [f]  Matches against Botafogo/RJ and Internacional computed as both
0-1, as awarded by CBF. See 1999 file for details.
        [g]  Not computed matches against Atlético/PR for Copa Libertadores
Qualifying Tournament.
        [h]  Copa João Havelange.
        [i]  Not computing annulled matches against Corinthians and Ponte
Preta. See 2005 file for details.
Winning Squads:
1977: Valdir Peres, Getúlio, Tecão, Bezerra, Antenor - Chicão, Teodoro 
(Peres), Darío Pereyra - Zé Sergio, Mirandinha, Viana (Neca).
1986: Gilmar, Fonseca, Wagner Basílio, Darío Pereyra, Nelsinho - Bernardo,
Pita, Silas (Manu) - Müller, Careca, Sidney (Rômulo).
1991: Zetti, Zé Teodoro, Antônio Carlos, Ricardo Rocha, Leonardo - Ronaldão,
Bernardo, Cafu, Raí - Marcelo, Müller (Flávio).
2006: Rogério Ceni, Ilsinho, Fabão, Miranda, Júnior - Josué, Mineiro, Souza
(Thiago), Danilo - Leandro (Alex Silva), Aloísio (Lenílson).
2007: Rogério Ceni, Breno (Danilo Silva), André Dias, Miranda - Leandro,
Richarlyson, Hernanes, Júnior (Souza), Jorge Wagner - Aloísio (Borges), Dagoberto.
2008: Rogério Ceni, Rodrigo, André Dias, Miranda - Joílson (Jancarlos),
Richarlyson, Hernanes, Hugo, Jorge Wagner - Dagoberto (Bruno), Borges (André Lima).
All players in Brazilian Championship
History in Copa do Brasil
-------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1990    quarterfinalist  8   6     3   2   1    5    3    2
1993    quarterfinalist  6   6     2   2   2   11   10    1
1995    quarterfinalist 12   7     3   3   1   13    6    7   [#]
1996    quarterfinalist  5   3     2   1   0    7    3    4   [##]
1997    1/8 finalist     7   4     2   1   1    8    6    2
1998    quarterfinalist 11   6     3   2   1   12    5    7
1999    1/8 finalist     7   4     2   1   1   10    5    5
2000    runner-up       26  12     8   2   2   28   13   15
2001    quarterfinalist 15   7     5   0   2   24    8   16
2002    semifinalist    15   9     5   0   4   22   10   12
2003    quarterfinalist 15   8     4   3   1   17    6   11
2011    quarterfinalist 15   7     5   0   2    9    4    4
2012    semifinalist    19   9     6   1   2   18    8   10
2014    1/16 finalist   12   6     4   0   2   11    6    5
2015    semifinalist     7   6     2   1   3   10    9    1
2016    1/8 finalist     3   2     1   0   1    2    2    0
2017    4th phase       13   6     4   1   1   11    7    4
============================================================
TOTAL                  196 108    61  20  27  218  111  107
Notes:  [#]  Introduction of the "three-points-by-win" system.
       [##]  São Paulo eliminated due to inclusion of ineligible player Lima.
       From 2001 to 2012, the teams which were playing in Taça Libertadores da América
were not allowed to play in Copa do Brasil in the same season.
All players in Copa do Brasil
History in Copa dos Campeões do Brasil
----------------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
2000    semifinalist     7   4     2   1   1    5    4    1
2001    runner-up       15   6     5   0   1   21   10   11
2002    1st phase        4   3     1   1   1    3    3    0
============================================================
TOTAL                   26  13     8   2   3   29   17   12

Notes:  "nth phase" indicates the phase in which São Paulo was eliminated.
History in Taça Libertadores
-----------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1972    2nd phase       12   10     4   4   2   14    9    5
1974    runner-up       19   13     8   3   2   25    9   16
1978    1st phase        5    6     1   3   2    6    7   -1
1982    1st phase        6    6     2   2   2    7    6    1
1987    1st phase        4    6     1   2   3    9   13   -4
1992    CHAMPIONS       19   14     8   3   3   20    9   11
1993    CHAMPIONS       10    8     4   2   2   13    6    7
1994    runner-up       10    8     4   2   2   10    8    2
2004    semifinalist    25   12     8   1   3   21   12    9   [*]
2005    CHAMPIONS       31   14     9   4   1   34   14   20
2006    runner-up       26   14     8   2   4   23   13   10
2007    1/8 finals      14    8     4   2   2   12    6    6
2008    quarterfinalist 18   10     5   3   2   10    7    3
2009    quarterfinalist 13    8     4   1   3   11   10    1
2010    semifinalist    24   12     7   3   2   15    4   11
2013    1/8 finals      10   10     3   1   6   18   18    0
2015    1/8 finals      15    8     5   0   3   10    5    5
2016    semifinalist    19   14     5   4   5   21   15    6
============================================================
TOTAL                  280  181    90  42  49  279  171  108


Notes:  "nth phase" indicates the phase in which São Paulo was eliminated.
        [*]  "Three-points-by-win" system introduced in 1995.
Winning Squads:
1992: Zetti, Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ronaldão, Ivan - Adílson, Pintado, Raí,
Palhinha - Müller (Macedo), Elivélton.
1993: Zetti, Vítor (Toninho Cerezzo), Válber, Gilmar, Marcos Adriano - Dinho,
Pintado, Cafu, Raí - Palhinha, Müller.
2005: Rogério Ceni, Fabão, Lugano, Alex - Cicinho, Mineiro, Josué, Danilo,
Júnior (Fábio Santos) - Amoroso (Diego Tardelli), Luizão (Souza).
All players in Copa Libertadores
History in Supercopa Libertadores
----------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1992    quarterfinalist  3   4     1   1   2    6    5    1
1993    CHAMPIONS       10   8     3   4   1   12    9    3
1994    semifinalist     7   6     3   1   2    9    6    3
1995    quarterfinalist 12   6     4   0   2    7    7    0   [1]
1996    1/8 finalist     3   2     1   0   1    3    3    0
1997    runner-up       18  10     5   3   2   20   11    9
============================================================
TOTAL                   53  36    17   9  10   57   41   16

Notes:  [1]  Introduction of the "three-points-by-win" system.
Winning Squads:
1993: Zetti, Cafu, Válber, Ronaldão, André - Doriva, Dinho, Toninho Cerezzo
(Juninho), Leonardo - Palhinha (Guilherme), Müller.
History in Copa Conmebol
-------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1994    CHAMPIONS        9   8     3   3   2   15   11    4
============================================================
TOTAL                    9   8     3   3   2   15   11    4
Winning Squads:
1994: Rogério Ceni, Pavão, Nélson, Bordon, Ronaldo Luís - Mona, Pereira,
Denílson - Catê, Caio, Toninho.
History in Copa Mercosul
-------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1998    1st Phase        7   6     2   1   3    8   12   -4
1999    1st Phase       10   6     3   1   2   11    8    3
2000    1st Phase        7   6     2   1   3   13   13    0
2001    1st Phase        7   6     1   4   1    7    6    1
============================================================
TOTAL                   31  24     8   7   9   39   39    0
Notes:  "nth phase" indicates the phase in which São Paulo was eliminated.
History in Copa Sudamericana
-----------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
2003    semifinalist    19   8     6   1   1   18    7   11
2004    1/8 finalist     3   4     0   3   1    3    4   -1
2005    1/16 finalist    1   2     0   1   1    2    3   -1
2007    1/8 finalist     5   6     1   2   3    5    8   -3
2008    1/16 finalist    2   2     0   2   0    0    0    0
2011    1/8 finalist     6   4     2   0   2    5    4    1
2012    CHAMPIONS       20  10     5   5   0   15    2   13
2013    semifinalist     9   6     2   3   1   10   10    0
2014    semifinalist    15   8     5   0   3   14   10    4
2017    1st phase        2   2     0   2   0    1    1    0
============================================================
TOTAL                   82  52    21  19  12   73   49   24
Winning Squads:
2012: Rogério Ceni, Paulo Miranda, Rafael Tolói, Rhodolfo, Cortez - Denílson,
Wellington, Jádson - Lucas, Willian José (Douglas), Osvaldo.
History in Recopa Sul-Americana
--------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1993    CHAMPIONS        2   2     0   2   0    0    0    0
1994    CHAMPIONS        2   1     1   0   0    3    1    2
2006    runner-up        1   2     0   1   1    3    4   -1
2013    runner-up        0   2     0   0   2    1    4   -3
============================================================
TOTAL                    5   7     1   3   3    7    9   -2
Winning Squads:
1993: Zetti, Cafu, Válber, Ronaldão, André - Gilmar, Dinho, Toninho Cerezzo,
Juninho - Palhinha (Catê), Valdeir (Jamelli).
1994: Zetti, Vítor, Júnior Baiano, Válber, André - Doriva, Cafu (Axel), Palhinha
(Juninho), Leonardo - Euller, Guilherme.
History in World (Intercontinental Toyota) Cup
-----------------------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
1992    CHAMPIONS        2   1     1   0   0    2    1    1
1993    CHAMPIONS        2   1     1   0   0    3    2    1
============================================================
TOTAL                    4   2     2   0   0    5    3    2
Winning Squads:
1992: Zetti, Vítor, Adílson, Ronaldão, Ronaldo Luís - Pintado, Toninho
Cerezzo (Dinho), Raí - Palhinha, Cafu, Müller.
1993: Zetti, Cafu, Válber, Ronaldão, André - Dinho, Doriva, Toninho Cerezzo,
Leonardo - Müller, Palhinha (Juninho).
History in FIFA Club World Cup
-------------------------------

Year    Position       Pts   G     W   D   L   GF   GA   GD
-----------------------------------------------------------
2005    CHAMPIONS        6   2     2   0   0    4    2    2
============================================================
TOTAL                    6   2     2   0   0    4    2    2
Winning Squads:
2005: Rogério Ceni, Fabão, Edcarlos, Lugano - Cicinho, Mineiro, Josué, Danilo,
Júnior - Amoroso, Aloísio (Grafite).
Historic Summary
-----------------

Competition            Pts    G    W    D    L   GF   GA   GD     Titles
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Campeonato Paulista   3382 2272 1280  555  437 4502 2325 2177       22
Torneio Rio-São Paulo  253  232   89   51   92  436  424   12        1
Roberto Gomes Pedrosa   52   62   15   22   25   77   84   -7        -
Campeonato Brasileiro 1922 1286  586  365  335 1959 1349  610        6
Copa do Brasil         196  108   61   20   27  218  111  107        -
Copa dos Campeões       26   13    8    2    3   29   17   12        -
Taça Libertadores      280  181   90   42   49  279  171  108        3
Supercopa Libertadores  53   36   17    9   10   57   41   16        1
Copa Conmebol            9    8    3    3    2   15   11    4        1
Copa Mercosul           31   24    8    7    9   39   39    0        -
Copa Sudamericana       82   52   21   19   12   73   49   24        1
Recopa Sul-Americana     5    7    1    3    3    7    9   -2        2
(Toyota) Club World Cup  4    2    2    0    0    5    3    2        2
FIFA Club World Cup      6    2    2    0    0    4    2    2        1
========================================================================
TOTAL                 6301 4285 2183 1098 1004 7700 4635 3065       40
Matches counted twice   22   16   10    2    4   47   21   26  [*]
========================================================================
REAL TOTAL            6279 4269 2173 1096 1000 7653 4614 3039       40
[*] The matches of Torneio Rio-São Paulo 1933 and 1940 against teams from São Paulo state
were also valid for the Campeonato Paulista of same year.
    The first match of Recopa Sul-Americana 1993 against Cruzeiro was also valid for the
Campeonato Brasileiro of same year.
Yearwise record of ALL matches of São Paulo F.C.

General Thousands:
-------------------
1000th match:  26/fev/1966  São Paulo 3-2 Santos (Torneio Rio-São Paulo)
2000th match:  07/dec/1983  São Paulo 1-1 Santos (Campeonato Paulista)
3000th match:  14/aug/1999  Portuguesa 2-1 São Paulo (Campeonato Brasileiro)
4000th match:  10/jul/2013  São Paulo 1-2 Bahia (Campeonato Brasileiro)
1000th victory:  17/aug/1982  Defensor 1-3 São Paulo (Taça Libertadores)
2000th victory:  07/apr/2012  São Paulo 2-0 Mogi Mirim (Campeonato Paulista)
1000th draw:  28/nov/2010  Atlético GO 1-1 São Paulo (Campeonato Brasileiro)
1000th loss:  16/apr/2017  São Paulo 0-2 Corinthians (Campeonato Paulista)
1000th goal scored:  17/jul/1949  Friaça - fourth goal of Jabaquara 1-4 São Paulo (Campeonato Paulista)
2000th goal scored:  20/nov/1960  Peixinho - second goal of São Paulo 2-0 XV de Piracicaba (Campeonato Paulista)
3000th goal scored:  04/dec/1974  Serginho - São Paulo 1-0 Botafogo SP (Campeonato Paulista)
4000th goal scored:  28/aug/1985  Pita - second goal of São Paulo 2-0 Paulista (Campeonato Paulista)
5000th goal scored:  19/sep/1995  Denílson - Santos 0-1 São Paulo (Campeonato Brasileiro)
6000th goal scored:  04/may/2003  Luís Fabiano - second goal of São Paulo 3-2 Figueirense (Copa do Brasil)
7000th goal scored:  12/may/2011  Casemiro - Avaí 3-1 São Paulo (Copa do Brasil)
1000th goal received:  15/jun/1960  second goal of São Paulo 1-2 Botafogo SP (Campeonato Paulista)
2000th goal received:  28/sep/1980  Francana 1-1 São Paulo (Campeonato Paulista)
3000th goal received:  13/apr/1997  second goal of São Paulo 3-3 Guarani (Campeonato Paulista)
4000th goal received:  19/may/2009  first goal of São Paulo 0-2 Corinthians (Campeonato Paulista)
Thousands on Campeonato Paulista:
----------------------------------
1000th match:  07/abr/1972  São Bento 0-2 São Paulo
2000th match:  22/may/2002  São Paulo 2-2 Palmeiras
1000th victory:  25/mar/1993  Noroeste 0-3 São Paulo
1000th goal scored:  16/oct/1949  Afonso - second goal of São Paulo 4-2 Portuguesa Santista
2000th goal scored:  29/sep/1963  Cecílio Martinez - first goal of São Paulo 5-2 Jabaquara
3000th goal scored:  01/nov/1983  Marcão - São Paulo 1-2 Santos
4000th goal scored:  25/jan/2004  Grafite - third goal of Portuguesa 2-3 São Paulo
1000th goal received:  25/jul/1965  second goal of Juventus 2-1 São Paulo
2000th goal received:  30/apr/2000  São Paulo 1-1 Portuguesa
Thousands on Campeonato Brasileiro (since 1971):
-------------------------------------------------
1000th match:  09/aug/2009  São Paulo 3-1 Goiás
1000th goal scored:  08/nov/2000  Marcelo Ramos - third goal of Sport 4-3 São Paulo
1000th goal received:  03/nov/2008  Atlético MG 1-1 São Paulo
Thousands on Campeonato Brasileiro (since 1959):
-------------------------------------------------
1000th match:  21/oct/2007  São Paulo 1-0 Cruzeiro
1000th goal scored:  22/aug/1999  Fabiano - São Paulo 1-0 Botafogo SP
2000th goal scored:  15/jun/2016  Diego Lugano - second goal of São Paulo 2-0 Vitória
1000th goal received:  16/nov/2005  third goal of Goiás 3-0 São Paulo

Minor Trophies:
----------------
1931 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1932 - Torneio Início do Campeonato Paulista (Brazil)
1940 - Torneio Início do Campeonato Paulista (Brazil)
1943 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1944 - Taça Cidade de São Paulo (Brazil)
1945 - Torneio Início do Campeonato Paulista (Brazil)
1945 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1946 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1948 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1949 - Torneio Pentagonal Interestadual São Paulo-Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1950 - Taça Lineu Prestes (Brazil)
1952 - Taça Armando Arruda Pereira (Brazil)
1953 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1954 - Torneio Triangular de Uberaba (Brazil)
1955 - Troféu Jarrito (Mexico)
1955 - Pequena Copa do Mundo (Venezuela)
1956 - Torneio Charles Miller (Brazil)
1956 - Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa (Brazil)
1957 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1960 - Torneio Quadrangular de Cáli (Colombia)
1960 - Torneio Pentagonal de Guadalajara (Mexico)
1963 - Pequena Copa do Mundo (Venezuela)
1964 - Torneio de Firenze (Italy)
1969 - Torneio Colombino de Huelva (Las Palmas, Spain)
1975 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1976 - II Copa São Paulo (Brazil)
1976 - Torneio Triangular de Maringá (Brazil)
1976 - Torneio Nunes Freire (Brazil)
1980 - Taça Governador do Estado de São Paulo (Brazil)
1980 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1982 - Torneio de Verão de Tampa, Flórida (USA)
1985 - Torneio Triangular Luiz Henrique Rosas (Brazil)
1985 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1987 - Taça da Jamaica (Jamaica)
1987 - Taça de Trinidad-Tobago (Trinidad-Tobago)
1987 - Taça dos Campeões Estaduais de São Paulo e Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
1988 - Taça Eduardo José Farah (Brazil)
1989 - Torneio Centenário da República (Brazil)
1989 - Torneio Quadrangular de Guadalajara (Mexico)
1990 - Torneio Quadrangular de Leon (Mexico)
1990 - Torneio da Amizade (Chile)
1991 - Troféu Ciudad de Barcelona (Spain)
1992 - Troféu Tereza Herrera (Spain)
1992 - Troféu Ramon de Carranza (Spain)
1992 - Troféu Ciudad de Barcelona (Spain)
1993 - Troféu Ciudad de Santiago (Chile)
1993 - Torneio Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
1993 - Torneio Cidade de Los Angeles (USA)
1993 - Troféu Jalisco (Mexico)
1994 - Taça San Lorenzo de Almagro (Argentina)
1995 - Torneio Rei Dadá (Brazil)
1995 - Copa dos Campeões Mundiais (Brazil)
1995 - Trofeo Bortolotti (Italy)
1996 - Supercopa Conmebol (Brazil)
1996 - Copa dos Campeões Mundiais (Brazil)
1997 - Taça Clubes Hermanos (Argentina)
1999 - Taça Euro-América (Brazil)
1999 - Los Angeles Soccer Cup (USA)
1999 - Torneio Ciudad de Pachuca - Cuna de México (Mexico)
2000 - Torneio Constantino Cury (Brazil)
2013 - Taça Eusébio (Portugal)
2017 - Florida Cup (USA)
All Matches of São Paulo:
--------------------------
1985 / 1986 / 1987 / 1988 / 1989 / 1990 / 1991 / 1992 / 1993 / 1994 / 1995 / 1996 / 1997 /
1998 / 1999 / 2000 / 2001 / 2002 / 2003 / 2004 / 2005 / 2006 / 2007 / 2008 / 2009 / 2010 /
2011 / 2012 / 2013 / 2014 / 2015 / 2016 
matches of São Paulo "B" team: 2003 / 2004 / 2005
Shirt Sponsors:
----------------
shirt chest:
1983-1983: BCN
1983-1986: Caixa Econômica Federal
           (through the names of Cruzeiro Seguros and Federal Seguros)
     1984: Perdigão (1 match, in Campeonato Paulista)
     1984: Sorte Já Carnê Tricolor (2 matches)
1984-1984: Promad
     1984: Ovomaltine (1 match, in Campeonato Paulista)
1984-1985: Caixa Econômica Federal
           (through the names of Cruzeiro Seguros, Federal Seguros, São Paulo Seguros,
           and Seguro Educação)
     1986: VASP (2 matches)
     1986: Lionella (3 matches)
1986-1987: Nugget
1987-1988: Bic
1988-1991: Coca-Cola
     1989: KKT TV (1 match)
1991-1993: IBF Formulários
1993-1997: TAM Linhas Aéreas
     1996: Morumbi Século 21
1997-1997: Data Control
1997-1997: Cirio (through the word Bom...???, a suspense about the name of Bom Bril)
1997-1998: Cirio (through the name of Bom Bril)
1998-1999: Cirio
2000-2001: Motorola
     2001: Arapuã (against Botafogo, in the final match of Rio-São Paulo Tournament)
2001-2009: LG Electronics
     2010: Hypermarcas (through the brands Bozzano (1 match) and Assolan (4 matches))
     2010: Biosintética Genéricos (8 matches)
     2010: Criança Esperança (children's benefit campaign of Rede Globo) (1 match)
     2010: Wizard (1 match)
     2010: Sócio-Torcedor (1 match)
2010-2011: BMG
     2011: Visa (2 matches)
     2012: LDU Lâmpadas (2 matches)
     2012: Lenovo Computadores (2 matches)
     2012: Wizard (1 match)
     2012: Sócio-Torcedor (1 match)
     2012: Doe Sangue (campaign to blood donation) (2 matches)
     2012: Hommage to the 1992 Taça Libertadores champions (1 match)
     2012: Soberano 2 (movie about 2005 FIFA World Cup title) (2 matches)
2012-2013: Semp Toshiba (through the brand STi)
2013-2014: Semp Toshiba (through the brand Semp)
     2014: SPFC TV (official São Paulo FC's channel in youtube) (1 match)
     2014: AACD (2 matches)
     2014: Criança Esperança (children's benefit campaign of Rede Globo) (3 match)
     2015: Sócio-Torcedor
     2015: Copa Airlines (2 matches, in Taça Libertadores)
     2015: I Will (2 matches, in Taça Libertadores)
     2015: M1to 25 (Hommage to 25 years of Rogério Ceni in São Paulo) (1 match)
     2015: Copa Airlines (2 matches)
     2015: Petz (1 match)
     2016: Copa Airlines (top of chest) and FIAP (bottom of chest)
     2016: Copa Airlines (through the phrase "Só no Panamá") (top of chest) (1 match)
2016-2017: Prevent Senior (top of chest)
     2017: Urbano Alimentos (bottom of chest)
     2017: Banco Intermedium (next to the shoulders)

shirt sleeves:
2000-2001: Motorola
     2002: TAM (1 match)
     2003: Fome Zero (government campaing against hunger) (1 match)
     2003: Medial Saúude (against Corinthians, in the final match of Campeonato Paulista)
     2003: Fundação Cafu (1 match)
2003-2005: Habib's
2006-2009: Fast Shop
     2009: SP Sede da Copa 2014 (São Paulo host city of World Cup 2014) (1 match)
2009-2010: IPS
     2010: Locaweb (2 matches)
     2010: Hypermarcas (through the brand Zero Cal) (5 matches)
     2010: Bom Bril (10 matches)
     2010: Sil (1 match)
     2010: Sócio-Torcedor (1 match)
     2010: BMG (20 matches)
     2011: Visa (1 match)
     2011: Fisk (1 match)
     2011: É Goool (capitalization title of TV Record) (1 match)
     2011: Yazigi
2012-2014: Wizard
     2014: Auto Fácil (1 match)
     2016: Votomassa
2016-2017: Corr Plastik

shirt back: always the same sponsor of the chest except:
     1982: Cofap (against Corinthians, in the final match of Campeonato Paulista)
     2010: Tenys Pé (1 match)
     2011: Visa
     2011: Yazigi (1 match)
     2011: Ofertas.com.br
     2011: Sil (1 match)
     2011: Copagaz
     2011: Steck (5 matches)
2012-2013: Semp Toshiba
     2014: Toshiba
     2014: Official São Paulo FC's channel in facebook (1 match)
     2015: Pedigree (1 match)

shirt back bottom:
     2010: Tenys Pé (13 matches)
     2010: Microlins (3 matches)
     2010: Sil (1 match)
     2011: Copagaz (1 match)
     2011: AACD (1 match)
     2012: LDU Lâmpadas (2 matches)
     2012: saopaulofc.net (club official website) (1 match)
     2012: Bic (1 match)
     2014: Soccer Grass
     2014: Sócio-Torcedor (13 matches)
     2014: Sil (1 match)
     2014: Cotação Câmbio (1 match)
     2014: Mercedes-Benz Divena (2 matches)
     2014: Auto Fácil (3 matches)
2016-2017: Joli
               
shirt's right shoulder
     2011: ALE

shirt back, inside the shirt numbers:
2011-2014: TIM

short's bottom
     2016: Rock & Ribs
Other São Paulo's:
-------------------
Associação Atlética São Paulo Alpargatas (São Paulo, SP)
Esporte Clube São Paulo (Itanhaém, SP)
São Paulo Athletic Club (São Paulo, SP)  [also known as SPAC]
São Paulo de Assis Futebol Clube (Assis, SP)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (Macapá, AP)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (São João de Meriti, RJ)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (Parnamirim, RN)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (Araçatuba, SP)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (Araraquara, SP)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (Avaré, SP)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (São Vicente, SP)
São Paulo Futebol Clube (Santo Anastácio, SP)
São Paulo Railway Athletic Club (São Paulo, SP) [also known as SPR; currently named Nacional AC]
Sport Club São Paulo (Rio Grande, RS)

Official Branches:
Primeiro Futebol Clube (Saitama, Japan)
São Paulo Liaoning Football (Shenyang, China)
São Paulo Futebol Clube de Madrid (Madrid, Spain)

All-Time Teams:
-----------------
Team elected by Placar Magazine (1982) - "vote of specialists": Poy, De Sordi, Mauro - Bauer,
Ruy, Noronha - Luizinho, Sastre, Leônidas da Silva, Gérson, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by Placar Magazine (1982) - "vote of readers": Valdir Peres, De Sordi, Oscar, Darío
Pereyra, Noronha - Bauer, Gérson, Pedro Rocha - Luizinho, Leônidas da Silva, Zé Sérgio.
Team elected by Grandes Reportagens Special Magazine (1994): Poy, De Sordi, Mauro - Bauer, Ruy,
Noronha - Luizinho, Zizinho, Leônidas da Silva, Pedro Rocha, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by Placar Magazine (1994): Poy, Cafu, Mauro, Roberto Dias, Noronha - Bauer, Pedro
Rocha, Gérson - Müller, Leônidas da Silva, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by São Paulo Notícias Magazine (1998): Poy, De Sordi, Mauro, Darío Pereyra,
Noronha - Bauer, Gérson, Zizinho - Müller, Leônidas da Silva, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by Lance! Special Magazine (1999): Poy, Cafu, Mauro, Darío Pereyra, Noronha -
Bauer, Pedro Rocha, Raí - Müller, Leônidas da Silva, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by Gazeta Esportiva´s website (2000) - "vote of specialists": Poy, Cafu, Oscar, 
Darío Pereyra, Noronha - Pedro Rocha, Zizinho, Raí - Careca, Leônidas da Silva, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by Gazeta Esportiva´s website (2000) - "vote of readers": Zetti, Cafu, Oscar, Darío
Pereyra, Serginho - Gérson, Falcão, Pedro Rocha, Raí - Careca, Müller.
Team elected by Lance! Special Magazine (2005): Zetti, Cafu, Oscar, Darío Pereyra, Leonardo -
Toninho Cerezzo, Gérson, Raí, Pedro Rocha - Müller, Careca.
Team elected by Placar Magazine (2006): Rogério Ceni, Cafu, Oscar, Darío Pereyra, Leonardo -
Mineiro, Pedro Rocha, Raí - Müller, Careca, Canhoteiro.
Team elected by UOL Esporte website (2017) - "vote of readers": Rogério Ceni, Cafu, Oscar, Darío
Pereyra, Leonardo - Gérson, Pedro Rocha, Kaká, Raí - Careca, Müller.
"OVERALL TEAM":
Goalkeeper: José POY
Defenders: Marcos Evangelista de Moraes - CAFU
           José OSCAR Bernardi
           Alfonso DARÍO PEREYRA Bueno
           Alfredo Eduardo Ribeiro Mena Barreto de Freitas NORONHA
Midfielders: José Carlos BAUER
             GÉRSON de Oliveira Nunes
             PEDRO Virgilio ROCHA Franchetti
Forwards: Luiz Antônio Corrêa da Costa - MÜLLER
          LEÔNIDAS DA SILVA
          José Ribamar de Oliveira - CANHOTEIRO

São Paulo in Brazilian National "A" Team:
------------------------------------------
    MATCHES PLAYED IN BRAZILIAN NATIONAL TEAM AS PLAYER OF SÃO PAULO:
PLAYER           FIRST       LAST         TOTAL   GOALS
Friedenreich            01-08-1930      24-02-1935       2       1
Armandinho              27-05-1934      22-07-1934       8       2
Luizinho M. Oliveira    27-05-1934      17-05-1944       9       1
Sylvio Hoffmann         27-05-1934      22-07-1934       9       -
Waldemar de Britto      27-05-1934      22-07-1934       9       7
Junqueirinha            24-02-1935      24-02-1935       1       -
Orozimbo                24-02-1935      24-02-1935       1       -
Noronha                 14-05-1944      28-06-1950      17       -
Piolim                  14-05-1944      14-05-1944       1       -
Zezé Procópio           14-05-1944      17-05-1944       2       -
Ruy                     21-01-1945      28-06-1950      28       1
Leônidas da Silva       16-12-1945      29-01-1946       4       1
Bauer                   03-04-1949      20-09-1955      29       -
Mauro R. Oliveira       10-04-1949      21-03-1959      13       -
Friaça                  07-05-1950      16-07-1950       9       1
Alfredo Ramos           12-03-1953      10-02-1956       9       -
Maurinho                21-03-1954      10-07-1957      14       4
Turcão                  20-09-1955      20-09-1955       1       -
Canhoteiro              17-11-1955      20-09-1959      18       1
De Sordi                17-11-1955      11-05-1961      26       - (2 own goals)
Zezinho                 01-02-1956      10-02-1956       3       1
Gino                    01-04-1956      18-05-1958       9       3
Cláudio C. Pinho        23-03-1957      23-03-1957       1       -
Dino Sani               28-03-1957      29-05-1960      20       2
Paulo                   16-06-1957      16-06-1957       1      (-)
Victor                  29-04-1960      26-05-1960       7       -
Roberto Frojuello       26-05-1960      29-05-1960       2       -
Bellini                 21-04-1962      15-07-1966      19       -
Benê                    24-04-1962      24-04-1962       1       -
Jurandyr                24-04-1962      17-12-1968      16       -
Roberto Dias            26-04-1963      17-12-1968      27       1
Paraná                  30-06-1965      19-07-1966      11       1
Prado                   21-11-1965      21-11-1965       1       -
Fefeu                   01-05-1966      15-05-1966       2       -
Fábio                   18-05-1966      18-05-1966       1      (-)
Picasso                 25-07-1968      17-12-1968       4      (4)
Babá                    17-12-1968      17-12-1968       1       1
Gérson                  04-03-1970      31-07-1971      22       4
Sérgio                  17-06-1972      17-06-1972       1      (2)
Mirandinha              31-03-1974      06-07-1974       7       -
Waldir Peres            04-10-1975      05-07-1982      30     (19)
Chicão                  21-02-1976      24-10-1979      11       -
Serginho I              12-10-1977      05-07-1982      22      10
Zé Sérgio               01-05-1978      15-05-1981      30       5
Renato                  01-05-1980      27-10-1983      21       4
Getúlio                 24-06-1980      08-07-1981       7       1
Oscar                   27-08-1980      07-05-1986      48       2
Paulo César             14-03-1981      14-03-1981       1       -
Mário Sérgio            23-09-1981      21-03-1982       5       -
Careca                  28-04-1983      21-06-1986      29      16
Falcão                  12-03-1986      06-06-1986       7       -
Müller                  12-03-1986      24-06-1994      45       9
Sidney                  12-03-1986      16-03-1986       2       -
Silas                   16-03-1986      28-06-1987      10       -
Gilmar                  08-04-1986      12-12-1987       4      (3)
Nelsinho                19-05-1987      24-05-1989      17       1
Pita                    09-12-1987      12-12-1987       2       -
Raí                     09-12-1987      13-06-1993      20       8
Zé Teodoro              09-12-1987      12-12-1987       2       -
Bernardo                12-04-1989      22-06-1989       6       -
Bobô                    12-04-1989      24-05-1989       3       -
Edivaldo                23-07-1989      23-07-1989       1       -
Ricardo Rocha           20-08-1989      21-07-1991      19       -
Cafu                    12-09-1990      17-07-1994      36       1
Leonardo                17-10-1990      15-08-2001      12       -
Antônio Carlos          30-10-1991      02-08-1992       5       1
Elivélton               30-10-1991      08-08-1993      13       1
Ronaldão                18-12-1991      16-12-1993       7       -
Palhinha                31-07-1992      16-12-1993      16       5
Válber                  23-09-1992      25-07-1993      11       -
Vítor                   25-11-1992      17-03-1993       2       -
Zetti                   17-03-1993      18-12-1996      16      (8)
Dinho                   16-12-1993      16-12-1993       1       -
André Luiz              22-02-1995      13-11-1996      12       2
Juninho Paulista        22-02-1995      12-08-1995      15       2
Denílson                13-11-1996      12-07-1998      34       5
Dodô                    10-08-1997      11-11-1997       5       2
Rogério Ceni            16-12-1997      22-06-2006      17     (12)
Zé Carlos               31-05-1998      07-07-1998       2       -
Serginho II             23-09-1998      28-03-1999       4       -
Edu                     23-02-2000      23-02-2000       1       -
França                  23-05-2000      17-04-2002       8       1
Edmílson                18-07-2000      15-08-2000       2       -
Belletti                28-03-2001      26-06-2002      13       1 (1 own goal)
Júlio Baptista          26-05-2001      27-07-2003       8       1
Carlos Miguel           31-05-2001      09-06-2001       5       1
Kaká                    31-01-2002      14-10-2014      12       4
Luís Fabiano            11-06-2003      06-02-2013      14       6
Ricardinho              11-06-2003      23-06-2003       4       -
Gustavo Nery            08-07-2004      25-07-2004       6       -
Cicinho                 27-04-2005      12-11-2005       9       1
Grafite                 27-04-2005      27-04-2005       1       1
Mineiro                 27-04-2005      10-10-2006       3       -
Ilsinho                 27-03-2007      27-03-2007       1       -
Josué                   27-03-2007      22-08-2007       8       1
Alex Silva              04-07-2007      22-08-2007       2       -
Richarlyson             06-02-2008      26-03-2008       2       -
Hernanes                26-03-2008      10-08-2010       2       -
Adriano                 31-05-2008      18-06-2008       4       -
Miranda                 01-04-2009      14-10-2009       6       -
Lucas                   27-03-2011      14-11-2012      22       3
Casemiro                14-09-2011      09-06-2012       5       -
Bruno Uvini             26-05-2012      09-06-2012       3       -
Jádson                  19-09-2012      30-06-2013       4       -
Osvaldo                 06-04-2013      24-04-2013       2       -
Souza                   14-10-2014      29-03-2015       3       -
Rodrigo Caio            29-05-2016      05-09-2017       4       -
TOTAL (107 players)     01-08-1930      05-09-2017    1070     127 goals scored (3 own goals
                                    and 50 goals received)

Obs: 1) In 1930, Araken Patusca (1 match) was excluded from Santos and
joined São Paulo. Later, Santos inscribed him in APEA (São Paulo State FA),
without his authorization. This led to a juridical dispute and Araken
passed a lot of time without play for any team. Due to this, although
some sources considered him as belonging to Santos when playing that
year's World Cup, he was officially without club and is computed in
some current statistics as belonging to CBD.

     2) Although belonged to São Paulo, Armandinho (11 matches), Luizinho
M. Oliveira (1 match), Sylvio Hoffmann (1 match) and Waldemar de Britto
(9 matches) were contracted by CBD to join the Brazilian National Team.
As they were firstly called as players of São Paulo, their participations
in the World Cup and the friendlies held in Europe (June and July) are
computed to São Paulo and in the table above. On the other hand, as their
contracts with São Paulo were suspended after their return from Europe,
their participations in the friendlies held in Brazil (September to
December) are computed as players belonging to CBD.

     3) Bruno Uvini, loan to Tottenham Hotspur, was called to the friendlies
of May and June 2012 (3 matches) as player of that club. After the calling
and before the first friendly, he returned to São Paulo and even played some
matches for São Paulo. Few days later (yet before the first friendly), CBF
published the official profile of the players called to those friendlies and
Bruno Uvini was mentioned in this profile as player of São Paulo instead of
Tottenham Hotspur.
Matches of Brazilian National Team involving most players of São Paulo
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
(all matches involved 6 players of São Paulo):
30-04-1986 Brazil 4x2 Yugoslavia: Gilmar, Oscar, Falcão, Silas, Müller and Careca
12-12-1987 Brazil 1x1 West Germany: Gilmar, Zé Teodoro, Nelsinho, Raí, Pita and Müller
26-02-1992 Brazil 3x0 USA: Cafu, Antônio Carlos, Ronaldão, Raí, Elivélton and Müller
23-09-1992 Brazil 4x2 Costa Rica: Válber, Ronaldão, Palhinha, Raí, Elivélton and Müller
25-11-1992 Brazil 1x2 Uruguay: Vítor, Válber, Ronaldão, Palhinha, Raí and Elivélton
17-03-1993 Brazil 2x2 Poland: Zetti, Vítor, Válber, Raí, Palhinha and Müller
16-12-1993 Brazil 1x0 Mexico: Zetti, Ronaldão, Leonardo, Dinho, Palhinha and Müller
Players of São Paulo called for Brazilian National Team but never fielded
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Nestor (1930) [*1]
Clodô (1930, 1931)
Siriri (1931)
Pardal (1944)
Zarzur (1944)
Remo (1944, 1947)
Teixeirinha (1945, 1946, 1950)
Savério (1950)
Riberto (1958) [*2]
Zizinho (1958) [*2]
Baiano (1961)
Renato (1965)
Nenê (1968)
Toninho Guerreiro (1970)
Gilberto Sorriso (1974) [*3]
Toinho (1978) [*4]
Paulo Roberto (1984)
Caio (1995)
Pereira (1995)
Bordon (1996, 1997)
Márcio Santos (1998)
Alexandre (1998)
Fabiano (2000)
Émerson Carvalho (2001)
André Dias (2009)
Cícero (2011)
Rhodolfo (2011, 2012)
Alan Kardec (2014) [*5]
Paulo Henrique Ganso (2016)

[*1] Nestor (as well as Clodô, Friedenreich, Luizinho M. Oliveira and Araken - see note
1 above) was in the original list of players called to the 1930 World Cup. Later,
after a conflict between CBD and the clubs from São Paulo state, a new list was done
and no players from São Paulo were in that.

[*2] Riberto and Zizinho (as well as Canhoteiro and Gino) were included in the 40-players
list of CBD to 1958 World Cup but were not called to the final 22-players squad.

[*3] Gilberto Sorriso (as well as Chicão) was included in the 40-players list of CBD to
1974 World Cup but was not called to the final 22-players squad.

[*4] Toinho (as well as Chicão, Serginho and Zé Sérgio) was included in a 72-players
CBD pre-list to 1978 World Cup but was not called to the final 22-players squad nor
to the 40-players definitive list.

[*5] Alan Kardec was included in the 30-players list of CBF to 2014 World Cup but was
not called to the final 23-players squad.
São Paulo in Brazilian Olympic Team & Pan-American Games:
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    MATCHES PLAYED IN BRAZILIAN NATIONAL TEAM AS PLAYER OF SÃO PAULO:
PLAYER                    FIRST           LAST         TOTAL   GOALS
Jonas                   24-07-1960      14-08-1960       3       1
Roberto Dias            13-08-1960      01-09-1960       5       2
Zé Roberto              26-04-1964      16-10-1964       8       7
Cláudio Deodato         04-02-1968      18-10-1968       3       -
Toninho                 04-02-1968      18-10-1968      11       2
Tecão                   14-10-1975      29-07-1976      30       -
Fumê                    04-11-1979      14-11-1979       6       -
Paulo César             15-08-1983      15-08-1983       1       -
Gualberto               21-06-1984      21-06-1984       1       -
Bernardo                28-03-1987      03-05-1987       9       -
Nelsinho                28-03-1987      09-09-1988      18       1
Pita                    10-08-1987      21-08-1987       8       -
Macedo                  19-12-1991      14-01-1992       2       -
Cafu                    19-12-1991      09-02-1992       8       1 (1 own goal)
Elivélton               14-01-1992      09-02-1992       6       3
André Luiz              19-10-1994      28-07-1996       7       -
Bordon                  02-03-1995      18-03-1995       5       -
Ânderson                08-03-1995      18-03-1995       4       1
Edmílson                13-03-1995      13-03-1995       1       -
Warley                  07-04-1999      07-04-1999       1       1
Edu                     10-12-1999      20-09-2000      16       5
Fábio Aurélio           10-12-1999      23-09-2000      15       1
Fabiano                 10-12-1999      23-09-2000      18       -
Álvaro                  12-01-2000      23-09-2000      17       3
Júlio Santos            14-01-2003      24-01-2003       5       -
Júlio Baptista          14-01-2003      24-01-2003       5       3
Kaká                    14-01-2003      24-01-2003       5       3
Breno                   09-12-2007      09-12-2007       1       -
Alex Silva              22-06-2008      22-08-2008       7       -
Hernanes                22-06-2008      22-08-2008       8       1
Henrique Miranda        20-10-2011      23-10-2011       3       -
Henrique                20-10-2011      23-10-2011       3       2
Lucas                   21-07-2012      11-08-2012       5       -
Bruno Uvini             07-08-2012      07-08-2012       5       -
Boschilia               26-01-2014      26-01-2014       1       -
Ademílson               03-09-2014      13-10-2014       4       4
Rodrigo Caio            27-03-2015      20-06-2016      14       1
Lucão                   09-10-2015      15-11-2015       3       -
TOTAL (38 players)      24-07-1960      20-06-2016     276      42 goals scored (1 own goal)
São Paulo in Under-20 Brazilian Team:
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(South American Championship, World Cup and Toulon Tournament)

Robson (1949)
Cláudio Deodato (1967)
Tadeu (1967)
Toninho (1967)
Marquinho (1971)
Tadeu Macrini (1971)
Jair Perone (1974)
Matheus (1974)
Mauro Madureira (1974)
Muricy (1974)
Zizinho (1981)
Everton (1981)
Nelsinho (1981, 1983)
Bôni (1983)
Sidney (1983)
Silas (1985)
Rudinei (1985)
Müller (1985)
Cafu (1990)
Paulo César (1990)
Catê (1992, 1993)
Pereira (1992, 1993, 1995)
Caio (1995)
Denílson (1995)
Fabiano (1996, 1997)
Álvaro (1996, 1997)
Sidney (1996, 1997, 1998)  [17]
Edu (1998, 1999)           [17]
Fábio Aurélio (1999)       [17]
Emerson (1999)
Allan (1999)
Alexandre (1999)
Kaká (1999)
Henrique (1999)            [17]
Júlio Baptista (2001)
Márcio (2001)
Júlio Santos (2001)
Oliveira (2001)
Kléber (2003)
Edcarlos (2004, 2005)
Alê (2005)
Fábio Santos (2005)
Diego Tardelli (2005)
Bruno Landgraf (2005)      [17]
Diogo (2009)
Bruno Uvini (2011)
Henrique Caixeta (2011)
Lucas (2011)
Willian José (2011)
Casemiro (2011)            [17]
João Schmidt (2013)
Lucas Farias (2013)        [15]
Ademílson (2013, 2014)     [17]
Lucão [*] (2013, 2015)     [15] [17]
Rodrigo Caio (2014)
Lucas Evangelista (2014)
Auro (2014, 2015)          [17]
Boschilia (2015)           [17]
Lucas Perri (2015, 2017)
Lyanco (2017)
David Neres (2017)
Walce (2017)
Marquinhos Cipriano (2017)
Igor (2017)
Gabriel Novaes (2017)

[15] Played also in U-15 National Team
[17] Played also in U-17 National Team
[*] a.k.a. Lucas Cavalcante or Lucas Silva

São Paulo in Under-17 Brazilian Team:
--------------------------------------
(South American Championship and World Cup)

Ivan (1985)
Alexandre (1986)
Benê (1986)
Pintado (1987)
Biro (1988, 1989)
Márcio (1988, 1989)
Ronaldo (1991)
Sidney (1993)          [20]
Edu (1995)             [20]
Fábio Aurélio (1995)   [20]
Marco Antônio (1995)
Andrey (1997)
Henrique (1999)        [20]
Leandro (1999)
Caetano (2001)
Bruno Landgraf (2003)  [20]
Arthur (2003)
Denílson (2005)        [15]
Leonardo (2007)        [15]
Casemiro (2009)        [20]
Maurício (2009)        [15]
Ademílson (2011)       [20]
Lucas Piazon (2011)    [15]
Allan (2011)
Lucão [*] (2013)       [15] [20]
Auro (2013)            [20]
Boschilia (2013)       [20]
Gustavo Aguiar (2013)
Ewandro (2013)
Joanderson (2013)
Caíque (2015)          [15]
Matheus Liziero (2015)
Éder Militão (2015)
Artur Gazze (2017)     [15]
Brenner (2017)
Rodrigo Nestor (2017)
Weverson (2017)
Hélio Junio (2017)

[15] Played also in U-15 National Team
[20] Played also in U-20 National Team
[*] a.k.a. Lucas Cavalcante or Lucas Silva

São Paulo in Under-15 Brazilian Team:
--------------------------------------
(South American Championship)

Denílson (2004)         [17]
Jackson (2004)
Leonardo Ribeiro (2004)
Leonardo (2005)         [17]
Maurício (2007)         [17]
Idimar (2007)
Danilo (2007)
Lucas Piazon (2009)     [17]
Lucas Farias (2009)     [20]
Lucão [*] (2011)        [17] [20]
Caíque (2013)           [17]
Iago Oliveira (2015)
Arthur Gazze (2015)     [17]
Talles (2017)

[17] Played also in U-17 National Team
[20] Played also in U-20 National Team
[*] a.k.a. Lucas Cavalcante or Lucas Silva
São Paulo in other national "A" Teams:
---------------------------------------
    MATCHES PLAYED IN THEIR NATIONAL TEAM AS PLAYER OF SÃO PAULO:
PLAYER             COUNTRY         FIRST            LAST       TOTAL   GOALS
Pablo Forlán       Uruguay       08-05-1974      23-06-1974       4       -
Pedro Rocha        Uruguay       15-06-1974      23-06-1974       3       -
Darío Pereyra      Uruguay       29-01-1985      16-06-1986      11       -
Roberto Rojas      Chile         05-05-1989      03-09-1989      17     (16)
José Luís Sierra   Chile         29-03-1995      08-07-1995       3       -
Gabriel Mendoza    Chile         23-04-1996      23-04-1996       1       -
Victor Aristizábal Colombia      01-09-1996      26-06-1998      17       1
Héctor Carabalí    Ecuador       14-04-1999      04-04-1999       1       -
Cláudio Maldonado  Chile         29-06-2000      22-07-2001      10       -
Celso Ayala        Paraguay      02-09-2000      15-11-2000       3       -
Alexander Rondón   Venezuela     06-07-2004      14-10-2004       6       -
Diego Lugano       Uruguay       17-11-2004      01-03-2006       9       -
Neicer Reasco      Ecuador       25-03-2007      04-07-2007       7       -
Iván Píris         Paraguay      02-09-2011      07-10-2011       3       -
Álvaro Pereira     Uruguay       05-03-2014      18-11-2014      11       1
Eugenio Mena       Chile         25-03-2016      10-11-2016       7       -
Christian Cueva    Peru          25-03-2016      15-11-2017      13       5
Robert Arboleda    Ecuador       31-08-2017      05-10-2017       3       -
TOTAL (18 players) (7 countries) 08-05-1974      15-11-2017     127       7 goals scored
                                                                    (16 goals received)

Maiores Públicos do São Paulo Futebol Clube

São Paulo in Womens' Soccer:
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Main titles:
Campeonato Brasileiro 1997
Campeonato Paulista 1997, 1999

São Paulo in Womens' Campeonato Brasileiro
1994    unknown
1995    championship not played
1996    unknown
1997    CHAMPIONS
1998    unknown
1999/00 3rd place
2001    São Paulo didn't play
2002-05 championship not played
2006-16 São Paulo didn't play

São Paulo in Womens' Campeonato Paulista
1997    CHAMPIONS
1998    unknown
1999    CHAMPIONS
2000    São Paulo didn't play
2001    9th place
2002    unknown
2003    championship not played
2004    São Paulo didn't play
2005    semifinalist
2006-14 São Paulo didn't play
2015    runner-up
2016    São Paulo didn't play

São Paulo in Brazilian Womens' National "A" Team:

                MATCHES PLAYED IN BRAZILIAN NATIONAL TEAM AS PLAYER OF SÃO PAULO:
PLAYER           FIRST       LAST         TOTAL   GOALS
Andreinha               11-12-1997      13-12-1997       2       -
Cidinha                 11-12-1997      13-12-1997       2       -
Sissi                   11-12-1997      13-12-1997       2       -
Maravilha               11-12-1997      10-07-1999      10     (14)
Kátia Cilene            11-12-1997      24-09-2000      23      12
Formiga                 11-12-1997      28-09-2000      18       2
Karin                   18-09-1998      18-08-1998       1       -
Nenê                    22-05-1999      10-07-1999       9       2
Suzana                  22-05-1999      10-10-1999      13       - (1 own goal)
Raquel                  22-05-1999      28-09-2000      16       4
Juliana Cabral          19-06-1999      28-09-2000      19       -
Andréia Suntaque        26-09-1999      10-10-1999       4     (11)
Roseli                  26-09-1999      10-10-1999       4       5
Mônica de Paula         23-06-2000      16-09-2000       8       2
Rosana                  23-06-2000      28-09-2000       8       -
Simone Jatobá           23-06-2000      28-09-2000       9       -
Tânia Maranhão          23-06-2000      28-09-2000      10       -
TOTAL (17 players)      11-12-1997      28-09-2000     152      27 goals scored (1 own goal
                                                                       and 25 goals received)

Obs: From 1997 to 2000 there were:
     1) 7 matches with unknown Brazilian line-ups.
     2) 11 matches with known line-up but unknown clubs of (some or all) Brazilian players.
     3) 5 matches with unknown Brazilian goalscorers.

Matches of Brazilian National Womens' Team involving most players of São Paulo

(all matches involved 7 players of São Paulo):
23-06-2000 Brazil 8x0 Costa Rica: Simone Jatobá, Juliana Cabral, Tânia Maranhão, Formiga,
                                  Kátia Cilene, Rosana and Mônica de Paula
01-07-2000 Brazil 2x2 China: Simone Jatobá, Rosana, Juliana Cabral, Tânia Maranhão, Kátia
                             Cilene, Formiga and Mônica de Paula
01-09-2000 Brazil 0x4 USA: Juliana Cabral, Mônica de Paula, Tânia Maranhão, Rosana, Formiga,
                           Kátia Cilene and Raquel
13-09-2000 Brazil 2x0 Sweden: Simone Jatobá, Juliana Cabral, Tânia Maranhão, Mônica de Paula,
                              Rosana, Formiga and Kátia Cilene
16-09-2000 Brazil 1x2 Germany: Simone Jatobá, Juliana Cabral, Mônica de Paula, Rosana, Raquel,
                               Formiga and Kátia Cilene
19-09-2000 Brazil 2x1 Australia: Simone Jatobá, Juliana Cabral, Tânia Maranhão, Rosana, Raquel,
                                 Formiga and Kátia Cilene
São Paulo in Under-XX Womens' Brazilian Teams:
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(South American and World U-17 and U-20 Championships)
PLAYER             TEAM (YEAR)
Daiane             U-20 (2006)
Maurine            U-20 (2006)

Main Sources of Data:
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Grandes Reportagens special magazine about São Paulo F.C.
Lance! newspaper´s special magazines about São Paulo F.C.
Placar magazine´s special editions about São Paulo F.C.
O Mundo do Futebol special magazine about São Paulo F.C.

Placar magazine´s Almanaque do São Paulo (book written by Alexandre da Costa)
São Paulo Futebol Clube - Saga de um Campeão (book written by Ignácio de Loyola Brandão)
São Paulo - Dentre os Grandes És o Primeiro (book written by Conrado Giacomini)
Almanaque do São Paulo (book written by Raul Snell Jr. and José Renato S. Santiago Jr.)
A Bíblia do São Paulino (book written by Rui Branquinho and Michael Serra) - official publication of São Paulo

São Paulo F.C. website
Tricolormania (former São Paulo mania) website
Tricolornet website
Tricolor Online website
SPFCpédia

Archives of André do Nascimento Pereira

About this document

Many thanks to André do Nascimento Pereira (andrenpereira@uol.com.br)

Thanks to Martín Tabeira (m.tabeira@gmail.com), Alexandre Magno Barreto Berwanger (ambberwanger@yahoo.com.br), Michael Serra (michael@saopaulofc.net) and Willian Nadal (will.1995@hotmail.com).

Prepared and maintained by Marcelo Leme de Arruda for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation and RSSSF Brazil

Authors: Marcelo Leme de Arruda (mlarruda@terra.com.br)
Last updated: 20 Nov 2017

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