Participating Teams: BOTAFOGO de Futebol e Regatas (Rio de Janeiro, GB) - winner of Taça Brasil 1968 GRÊMIO de Esportes MARINGÁ (Maringá, PR) - winner of Torneio Centro-Sul 1968 SANTOS Futebol Clube (Santos, SP) - winner of Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa 1968 SPORT Club do Recife (Recife, PE) - winner of Torneio Norte-Nordeste 1968
Obs. Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa was the "unofficial First Level" of that year. Torneio Centro-Sul was the "unofficial southern Second Level" of that year. Torneio Norte-Nordeste was the "unofficial northern Second Level" of that year.
First Leg [Mar 16, 1969] Grêmio Maringá 3-0 Sport [Mar 23, 1969] Sport 0-3 Grêmio Maringá
Grêmio Maringá classified to Second Round Obs: This first round is identified for some sources as "Taça Centro-Sul-Norte-Nordeste".
First Leg [May 10, 1969] Grêmio Maringá 1-1 Santos [Oswaldo ; Djalma Duarte]
Second Leg [Apr 04, 1970] Santos 2-2 Grêmio Maringá [Picolé, Manoel Maria ; Peter, Rodrigues]
Third Leg [Not scheduled] Santos WO-0 Grêmio Maringá
Due to lack of dates and interest, Santos refused to play the third leg.
[Not scheduled] Botafogo WO-0 Grêmio Maringá
Due to lack of dates and interest, Botafogo refused to play the final round.
GRÊMIO MARINGÁ was declared champions of Torneio dos Campeões da CBD 1969. Winner Squad: Maurício, Ditão, Zé Carlos, Fausto and Cisca; Valtinho and Reginaldo; Iaúca, Rodrigues, Osvaldo and Djalma.
Thanks to Guilherme Nascimento (email@example.com).
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