Campeonato Brasileiro de Futebol Amador Year Venue Champion Runner-up 1942 none (*) Distrito Federal São Paulo Torneio João Lira (Campeonato Brasileiro de Seleções Amadoras - Extra) Year Venue Champion Runner-up 1954 none São Paulo Rio de Janeiro 1955 none Distrito Federal São Paulo Campeonato Brasileiro de Seleções Amadoras Year Venue Champion Runner-up 1961 Rio de Janeiro (GB) ? ? 1962 Rio de Janeiro (GB) Guanabara São Paulo 1963 Petrópolis (RJ) ? ? 1964 not held 1965 none (*) Guanabara São Paulo 1966 not held 1967 Belo Horizonte (MG) São Paulo Guanabara 1968 ? ? ? 1969 ? ? ? 1970 Santo André (SP) São Paulo Minas Gerais (*) Tournament played in a home-and-away basis; the final phase was played in Rio de Janeiro (GB). Top Champions 4 Distrito Federal/Guanabara 3 São Paulo 4 unknown Obs.: Until 1959, "Distrito Federal" means the Brazilian capital (corresponding only to the city of Rio de Janeiro). There was also a state of Rio de Janeiro (corresponding to the countryside of the current Rio de Janeiro state), which never won the Brazilian Championship. In 1960, the former Distrito Federal was renamed to Guanabara state and the recently inaugurated city of Brasília became the new Distrito Federal, which never won the Brazilian Championship. Finally, in 1975, the states of Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro were merged, becoming the current state of Rio de Janeiro.
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