São Paulo Futebol Clube, commonly referred to as São Paulo, is a professional football club in the Morumbi district of São Paulo, Brazil. The club competes in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the top flight of Brazilian football.
São Paulo FC Youth Development System
São Paulo Academy – Brazil
The São Paulo FC Youth Squads ( Brazilian Portuguese : Base Categories ) are the youth academy of São Paulo FC , a Brazilian football club based in São Paulo . The youth sector is composed of various squads divided by age groups (U23, U20, U17, U15, U13, U11).
All the youth teams currently train at the club’s main training ground, CFA Cotia, located in the municipality of Cotia . The U-20 squad currently plays in the Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20 , the Copa do Brasil Sub-20 and the Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior. São Paulo FC’s Youth Squads of all categories have won trophies at national and international level.
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São Paulo FC Football School
The licensed schools of Tricolor have the objective of educating young people, encompassing the disciplines that sport requires and contributing to the best socialization. They also aim to apply work with methodology that can bring knowledge and develop the learning of the fundamentals of football.
WHAT WE OFFER IN OUR SCHOOLS
- – Safe environment, accredited by São Paulo FC;
- – Methodology specially developed for boys and girls between 04 and 15 years old;
- – Teachers trained and registered at CREF, periodically evaluated by club professionals;
- – Possibility of evaluating students in the basic academy categories of São Paulo FC;
- – Opportunity to be a “mascot” in team games at Morumbi stadium, taking the field with professional players from Tricolor;
- – Visits to the club’s training centers;
- – Visits to Morumbi Stadium.
São Paulo FC School Locations
São Paulo, Brazil (Capital + Grande SP)
R. Ribeiro Lacerda N ° 777, Bosque da Saúde
Phone: (11) 5073-3343
pilot @ escoladefutebolspfc.
R. Marco Giannini, 234, Butantã
Phone: (11) 3731-8262 / 2713-3864
Rua Jalisco, 8, Jardim Anália Franco
Phone: (11) 2021-6034
Av José Giorgi, 1705 – km 26.5 of Raposo Tavares
Telephone: (11) 2922-2304 /
Instagram and Facebook: www.instagram.com/escolaspfccotia
Rua Soldado João Espinardi, 80, Vila Silveira
Phone: (11) 2451-1789
|ITAPECERICA DA SERRA|
Armando Salles Highway, 1141
Phone: (11) 4666-2378 / (11) 99698-0942
Av. Dos Autonomistas, 2323, Centro, Osasco
Phone: (11) 3683-0600
Rua Joaquim Ferreira de Souza, 311, Mandaqui
Phone: (11) 2977-7732 / 2978-7732
E-mail: santanaresidencial @
Rua Água Comprida, 257, Jardim Fraça / Clube Acre
Phone: (11) 2262-5459 / 3931-2921
Email: santanaacreclube @
|TABOAO DA SERRA|
Rua das Camélias, 991, Pq.
Asuncion, Taboão da Serra
Phone: (11) 4787-1476
Rua Antonio Mariano, 269 – Jd Suzana – Interlagos
Phone: 11 5523 1100
São Paulo, Brazil (Interior)
Avenida da Saúde, 70 – Jardim Boa Vista
Americana – SP
Phone: (19) 99277 8018 / (19) 3478 3674
Av. Ipiranga, 437 – Ponte Preta
Phone: (19) 3237-4777 / 3388-9566
Email: [email protected]
Av. Arnold Gut Jr. 597
Phone: (11) 2434-0006 / 4816-3294
Email: [email protected]
Vicente Pereira Lima Street, 700 – Chácara Planalto Bela Vista
Phone: (19) 3806-7796
Av. Dr. Heitor Nascimento, 809 – Bairro Morumbi
Phone: (19) 3933-2735 / (19) 99981-2525
E-mail: [email protected]
|SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS|
Deputado Benedito Matarazzo, 7100 – Bairro Jd.
Phone: (12) 3019-5623 / 3933-2343
Alameda das Primaveras, 181 – Jd.
Phone: (15) 3234-1076 / 3232-8332
Rua Comendador José Renato Cursino de Moura, 800
Phone: (12) 3633-5533
COLOMBO CHRISTIAN CLUB
Av. Professor Alberto Vollet Sachs, 2300
Phone: (19) 3414-2575
Av. Ademar Pereira de Barros, 1462
Santa Maria – Jacareí
Phones: (12) 3962-3339 / 98872-1848
[email protected] / [email protected]
Av. Brasil, 70
Center – Caçapava
Phone: (12) 3652-6880
1473 Humberto Ortolan Street
Centro – Sertãozinho
Phone: (16) 3041-3530
|GEORGIA – USA|
Franklin Gateway Sports Complex
1034 Franklin Gateway SE, Marietta, Georgia, 30067
Phone +1 (678) 396-2452
|EXTREMA – MG|
ADM – Avenida Alcebíades Gilli, s / n – Centro – 37640-000
Field 01 – Av. Delegado Waldemar Gomes Pinto, s / n – Ponte Nova.
Field 02 – R. Coronel Teófilo Cardoso Pinto, 123, Centro.
Phone: (35) 99121-1176 or (35) 98863-9674
|PALMAS – TO|
ALC – SO 34 Lote 12 no number – Club Sector
Phone: (63) 99954-4196 or (63) 99991-0484
|FORTALEZA – CE|
Villa’s Society Complex
Rua da Bandeira, 197 – Bairro Castelão
|CAPÃO DA CANOA – RS|
SACC Country Headquarters
Sea Road, Km 34
(51) 98472-1257 or (51) 98505-5717
Email: [email protected]
|CURITIBA – PR|
Bettega , 3173 – New World
Phone: (41) 3015-1300
Website : http: //
SMPW Quadra 05, set 09, lot 02
Phone: (61) 3573-7752 or 99659-3201
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São Paulo FC History
SPFC has won a total of 12 international championships, making them the most successful team in Brazil. It is also one of the most successful clubs in South American history, having won a total of 21 state titles, six Brasileiro titles, three Copa Libertadores titles, one Copa Sudamericana title, one Supercopa Libertadores title, one Copa CONMEBOL title, one Copa Masters CONMEBOL title, two Recopa Sudamericana titles, two Intercontinental Cup titles, and one FIFA Club World Cup title.
The Clube dos 13 is one of Brazil’s most successful football clubs, and Sao Paulo was one of the original members. The most sustained period of success for the club occurred in the 1990s under the direction of coach Telê Santana. During this time, the club won three state championships, one national championship, two Copa Libertadores, two Recopa Sudamericanas, two Intercontinental Cups, a Supercopa Sudamericana, a Copa CONMEBOL, and a Copa Masters CONMEBOL.
Over 16 million people cheer for São Paulo, making it the third most-supported team in all of Brazil. The team’s traditional home uniform consists of a white shirt with two horizontal stripes (one red and one black), white shorts, and white socks. The shirt has one red stripe and one black stripe. São Paulo is the second most valuable club in Brazil and the second richest Brazilian football team in terms of annual revenue, with $111.9m (€78.2m) in annual revenue and a value of over $353.4m (€246.9m) in 2011. In 2011, the club had a value of over $353.4m (€246.9m).
The Estádio Ccero Pompeu de Toledo, more often referred to as Morumbi, is a football stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is located in the neighborhood of the same name. It is the home of Sao Paulo Futebol Clube, and its official name honors Ccero Pompeu de Toledo, who served as the chairman of Sao Paulo Futebol Clube for the majority of the stadium’s development but passed away before the venue’s inauguration. The Morumbi Stadium is the largest stadium in Brazil that is privately owned. Joao Batista Vilanova Artigas, an architect, was responsible for the design of the stadium.
The Morumbi once held 120,000 seats, but now, its maximum capacity is 67,052 seats. The playing field measures 105 by 68 metres (115 yd × 74 yd).
The insignia is a shield with the initials “SPFC” written in white on a black rectangle that is placed in the upper section of the shield. Just below the rectangle is a triangle with red, black, and white sides. In addition, there are five stars on the badge: two gold and three red ones.
The gold ones symbolize Adhemar Ferreira da Silva’s world records and Olympic records, while the red ones represent each of the Intercontinental and Club World Cups that São Paulo has won.