Coritiba F.C.

Brazilian football club from Curitiba
(Redirected from Coritiba Foot Ball Club)

Coritiba Foot Ball Club is a football club which plays Curitiba in Paraná state, Brazil. It was founded in 1909 and currently plays in Campeonato Brasileiro Série A.

Coritiba
Full nameCoritiba Foot Ball Club
Nickname(s)Coxa
Founded1909
GroundCouto Pereira, Curitiba, Brazil
Ground Capacity40,310
ChairmanBrazilRogério Portugal Bacellar
ManagerBrazilPaulo César Carpegiani
LeagueSérie A
2012Série A, 13th

Coritiba was founded in October 12, 1909.

HistoryEdit

The team had many state, national and international titles. The highest moment in Coritiba history was in 1985, when it was champion of Brasileirão.

Other sportsEdit

Although best known for football, Coritiba is first team in South Brazil which supports American Football. Coritiba and Barigui Crocodiles founded Coritiba Crocodiles. Coritiba Crocodiles is a four-time state champion and two-time champion of the south conference.

StadiumEdit

Couto Pereira Stadium is Coritiba's home stadium.

  • Name: Estádio Major Antônio Couto Pereira
  • Capacity: 37,182 (biggest in Paraná State)
  • Address: Rua Ubaldino do Amaral, 37
  • Record attendance: (General) – 70,000 (Pope John Paul II, 1980) [11], (Game) – The stadium's attendance record in a football match is 65,943, set on May 15, 1983 when Atlético-PR(Coritiba's main rival) beat Flamengo 2–0.
  • Field dimensions: 109 by 72 metres (358 by 236 ft)
  • Year opened: 1932

The stadium was founded as Belfort Duarte. Couto Pereira was the president of the club. He was responsible for the stadium being built. When he died in 1977, the stadium name was changed to Couto Pereira.

RivalsEdit

Coritiba's biggest rivals are Atlético Paranaense and Paraná Clube. They are from the same city. The games between Coritiba and Atlético-PR are called "Atlé-Tiba". The games between Coritiba and Paraná is called "Para-Tiba".

ClubEdit

SymbolsEdit

ColorsEdit

The team colors are green and white. These are the colors of the flag of Paraná state.

Founded in October 12, 1909, Coritiba was the oldest "green and white" team in Brazilian soccer, and one of the oldest of world.

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The club's logo is a green globe with the initials CFC in white on the center, along with twelve white stylized pine seeds.

Coritiba's first logo was very simple: a white background inside a green circle, with the initials CFC in green.

The team kitEdit

Coritiba's first kit was used from 1909 to 1916, and was composed of green and white vertical stripes.

Coritiba's second kit, used from 1916 to 1976 was an all-white one.

The current home kit is composed of a white shirt, with two green parallel horizontal stripes and black shorts and white socks. The away kit is composed of a green and white vertical stripes shirt, black shorts and green socks. These kits were adopted in 1976.

AnthemEdit

The official club anthem lyrics were written by Cláudio Ribeiro. The music was composed by Homero Rébuli. There is also an unofficial anthem, called "Coritiba Eterno Campeão" ("Coritiba Eternal Champion"), which was composed (both the lyrics and the music) by Francis Night. A third anthem, with lyrics by Vinicius Coelho and music by Sebastião Lima, also calls the team the "eternal champion".

MascotEdit

The club's mascot is an old man nicknamed Vovô Coxa (Grandpa Coxa). It represents the club's tradition of being the oldest football club of Curitiba.

Club recordsEdit

  • First match: Coritibano-Tiro Pontagrossense 0–1 (October 23, 1909)
  • First official match: Coritiba-Ponta Grossa 5–3 (June 12, 1910)
  • First goal scorer: Fritz Essenfelter
  • Biggest win (National Competitions): Coritiba-Ferroviário 7–1 (Couto Pereira, April 16, 1980), Coritiba-Desportiva-ES 7–1 (Couto Pereira, May 4, 1980) & Coritiba-Palmeiras 6–0 (Couto Pereira, May 5, 2011)
  • Heaviest defeat (national competitions): Grêmio-Coritiba 5–0 (Olímpico, February 29, 1984) & Palmeiras-Coritiba 5–0 (Parque Antártica, August 17, 1996)
  • Most appearances (any competition): Jairo – 440 (1971–77), (1984–87)
  • Record goal scorer: Duílio Dias – 202 (1954–64)

IdolsEdit

Current squadEdit

First-team squadEdit

As of January, 2015.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
3   DF Luccas Claro
4   DF Welinton (on loan from Flamengo)
9   FW Keirrison
12   GK Vaná
13   DF Ivan
14   DF Bonfim
18   FW Douglas
28   MF Zé Rafael
29   FW Rafhael Lucas
30   DF Carlinhos
32   GK William Menezes
36   DF Paulo Otávio
37   MF Dudú
38   GK Samuel
40   DF Norberto
No. Position Player
44   DF Leandro Almeida
85   MF Hélder (on loan from Bahia)
88   MF Rosinei (on loan from Atlético-MG)
  DF Eberson
  MF Alan Santos
  MF João Paulo
  MF Luis Cáceres
  MF Pedro Ken
  MF Rodolfo (on loan from Flamengo)
  FW Giva
  FW Mazinho (on loan from Palmeiras)
  FW Negueba (on loan from Flamengo)
  FW Paulo Victor
  FW Wellington Paulista (on loan from Internacional)

First-team staffEdit

Position Name Nationality
Coach Marquinhos Santos   Brazilian

PersonnelEdit

Current technical staffEdit

Name Position
  Marquinhos Santos Head coach
  Tcheco Assistant Coach
  Marcelo Serrano Assistant Coach
  Alexandre Lopes Fitness Trainer
  Glydiston Ananias Fitness Trainer
  Carlos Pracidelli Goalkeeper Coach

League titleEdit

Other websitesEdit