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Federação Pernambucana de Futebol

Federação Pernambucana de Futebol
Logo Pernambuco Football Federation.png
Formation16 June 1915
TypeList of international sport federations
HeadquartersRecife, Pernambuco, Brazil
Official language
Portuguese
Evandro Carvalho
Websitefpf-pe.com.br

The Federação Pernambucana de Futebol (English: Pernambuco Football Federation), once named Liga Esportiva Pernambucana (English: Pernambucan Sport League), also known by the acronym FPF, organizes and administrates the Campeonato Pernambucano (English: Pernambucan Football Championship), the Copa Pernambuco (English: Pernambuco Cup) and the Pernambucan Football Championship lower levels). It was founded in 1915. Carlos Alberto Oliveira was the president of FPF until his death on August 29, 2011 being replaced by Evandro Carvalho.[1][2]

History

The original founders of the Federation were:

The following clubs also share the status of founders:

In the Founding Assembly the following sport leagues were present:

  • Olindense de Desportos,
  • Desportiva Caruaruense,
  • Desportiva Garanhuense, and
  • Desportiva de Pesqueira.

Presidents

Liga Sportiva Pernambucana

  • Aristeu Acioli Lins – 1915
  • Alcebíades Braga – 1915
  • Henrique Jacques – 1915
  • Melchior do Amaral – 1915 – 1917

Liga Pernambucana de Desportos Terrestre

  • Manoel da Silva Guimarães – 1918 – 1919
  • João Reinaldo da Costa Lima – 1919 – 1920
  • João Duarte Dias – 1920
  • Loyo Neto – 1920 – 1921
  • Artur Campelo – 1922 – 1924
  • Cícero Brasileiro de Melo – 1925 – 1926
  • Júlio de Melo Filho – 1926 – 1927
  • Renato Silveira – 1927 – 1928 – 1929 – 1930
  • Maviael do Prado – 1928
  • Carlos Rios – 1929 – 1930

Federação Pernambucana de Desportos

  • Maviael do Prado – 1930 – 1935
  • Sebastião Maciel – 1936 – 1937
  • Edgar Moury Fernandes – 1938
  • Tavares Buril – 1938 – 1939 – 1940 – 1941
  • Sidrack Correia de Oliveira – 1940
  • Alfredo Ramos – 1941 – 1943
  • Edson Moury Fernandes – 1943 – 1945
  • Nilo de Brito Bastos – 1946 – 1947
  • Osvaldo Salsa – 1947
  • Leopoldo Casado – 1947 – 1948
  • José Rêgo Vieria – 1949 – 1950
  • Sigismundo Cabral de Melo – 1951 – 1953
  • Évio de Abreu e Lima – 1953 – 1954

Federação Pernambucana de Futebol

  • Rubem Rodriges Moreira – 1954 – 1982
  • Dilson Prado Cavalcanti – 1982 – 1985
  • Carlos Frederico Gomes de Oliveira – 1985 – 1995
  • Carlos Alberto Gomes de Oliveira – 1995 – 2011
  • Evandro Barros Carvalho – 2011 –

Source:FPF

Current clubs

2019

As of 6 October 2019

Brasileirão

Club City Position
Série B
Sport Recife 3rd
Série C
Náutico Recife Winners (Promoted)
Santa Cruz Recife Eliminated (Group stage)
Série D
América Recife Eliminated (Second stage)
Central Caruaru Eliminated (Second stage)
Salgueiro Salgueiro Eliminated (Second stage)
Vitória das Tabocas Vitória de Santo Antão Eliminated (Group stage)

Brasileirão feminino

Club City Position
Série A1
Sport/Ipojuca Recife Eliminated (Group Stage) (Relegated)
Vitória das Tabocas/Santa Cruz Vitória de Santo Antão Eliminated (Group Stage) (Relegated)
Série A2
Náutico Recife Eliminated (Group stage)

State leagues

Club Status
Campeonato Pernambucano
Sport Winners
Náutico Runners-up
Afogados Third place
Campeonato Pernambucano A2
TBD Winners
TBD Runners-up
TBD Third place
Copa Pernambuco
TBD Winners
TBD Runners-up
TBD Third place
Campeonato Pernambucano Feminino
Vitória das Tabocas/Santa Cruz Winners
Sport Runners-up
Náutico Third place
Campeonato Pernambucano Sub 20
TBD Winners
TBD Runners-up
TBD Third place
Campeonato Pernambucano Sub 17
TBD Winners
TBD Runners-up
TBD Third place
Campeonato Pernambucano Sub 15
TBD Winners
TBD Runners-up
TBD Third place

Other competitions

Club Status
Copa do Brasil
Central Eliminated (First stage)
Náutico Eliminated (Second stage)
Santa Cruz Eliminated (Fourth stage)
Sport Eliminated (First stage)
Copa do Nordeste
Náutico Eliminated (Semi-finals)
Salgueiro Eliminated (Group stage)
Santa Cruz Eliminated (Semi-finals)

References

  1. ^ "Presidente da Federação Pernambucana morre aos 69 anos" (in Portuguese). Globo. August 29, 2011.
  2. ^ "História" (in Portuguese). FPF. April 16, 2017.

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