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Campeonato Carioca (lower levels)

Campeonato Carioca lower levels
Country Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Confederation CBF
Federação de Futebol do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Founded 1906 (Second level)
1914 (Third Level)
1921 (Fourth Level)
Folded 2000 (Fourth Level)
Levels on pyramid 2 and 3
Promotion to Campeonato Carioca
Domestic cup(s) Copa do Brasil
Last champions Quissamã (Second Level)
Paduano (Third Level)
Most championships Carioca (4 times, Second Level)
TV partners Rede Globo
Website FFERJ Official Website

The Campeonato Carioca lower levels are the football tournaments for the Rio de Janeiro clubs that do not play in the Campeonato Carioca First Division. The competitions are organized by the Rio de Janeiro State Football Federation. Usually, the champions of a division are promoted in the next year to the immediately upper level.

The table below shows the lower level champions of Rio de Janeiro State Championship and how these levels changed their names over the years.

List of champions

Year Second Level Third Level Fourth Level
Segunda Divisão
1906 Riachuelo
Taça Francis Walter Terceira Divisão
1911 Bangu
1912 Guanabara
1913 Carioca
1914 Bangu Villa Isabel
1915 Andarahy Palmeiras (RJ)
1916 Carioca Icarahy
1917 Cattete Americano do Riachuelo
1918 Americano do Riachuelo Esperança
1919 Palmeiras (RJ) Hellênico
1920 Carioca Metropolitano
Primeira Divisão - Série B Segunda Divisão - Série A Segunda Divisão - Série B
1921 Villa Isabel Rio de Janeiro Bonsucesso
1922 Vasco da Gama Ríver (RJ) São Paulo-Rio
1923 Villa Isabel Hellênico Fidalgo
Segunda Divisão
1925 Andarahy
1926 Bonsucesso
1931 Olaria
1965 São Cristóvão
Segunda Divisão Terceira Divisão
1980 Olaria (capital group)
Costeira (countryside group)
1981 Bonsucesso Mesquita
1982 Goytacaz Siderantim
1983 Olaria Nacional
1984 Bonsucesso Rio Branco
1985 Campo Grande Porto Alegre
1986 Porto Alegre Tomazinho
1987 Volta Redonda Paduano
1988 Nova Cidade União Nacional
1989 América de Três Rios Rio das Ostras
1990 Volta Redonda Ceres
1991 Saquarema Barreira (currently known
as Boavista)
1992 Serrano Anchieta
1993 Bayer Apollo
Módulo Intermediário Segunda Divisão Terceira Divisão
1994 Entrerriense Nova Iguaçu Cardoso Moreira
1995 Barra Mansa Lucas Tio Sam
Módulo Especial Módulo Intermediário Segunda Divisão
1996 Portuguesa Tio Sam Vera Cruz
1997 Friburguense Rio de Janeiro (currently known
as CFZ do Rio)
1998 Cabofriense Botafogo of Macaé (currently known
as Macaé)
Módulo Extra Módulo Especial Segunda Divisão
1999 Serrano Angra dos Reis
2000 Portuguesa Independente Casimiro de Abreu
2001 Entrerriense Rio Branco
2002 Cabofriense Casimiro de Abreu
2003 Portuguesa Bonsucesso
2004 Volta Redonda CFZ do Rio
Segunda Divisão Terceira Divisão
2005 Nova Iguaçu Estácio de Sá
2006 Boavista Cardoso Moreira
2007 Resende Sendas
2008 Bangu Quissamã
2009 América Sampaio Corrêa
2010 Cabofriense São João da Barra
2011 Bonsucesso Goytacaz
2012 Quissamã Paduano

See also

External links

  • (Portuguese) FFERJ website
  • Second Level champions at RSSSF
  • Third Level champions at RSSSF
  • Fourth Level champions at RSSSF
  • Best Attendances in Campeonato Carioca at RSSSF
  • Matches when cariocas titles were decided in Laranjeiras Stadium at RSSSF

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