Alagoinhas Atlético Clube

Alagoinhas Atlético Clube, also known as Atlético de Alagoinhas or Atlético-BA, are a Brazilian football team from Alagoinhas, Bahia. They competed in the Série B in 1972, in the Série C in 2004 and in the Série D in 2009.

Atlético de Alagoinhas
Full nameAlagoinhas Atlético Clube
Nickname(s)Carcará
Alagoinhas
FoundedApril 2, 1970 (April 2, 1970)
GroundCarneirão, Alagoinhas, Brazil
Capacity18,000
PresidentAlbino Leite
League 
2009Campeonato Brasileiro Série D, eliminated in the first stage

History

Alagoinhas Atlético Clube were founded on April 2, 1970, by a group of sportsmen.[1] Their first official game was a 2–0 win against Leônico, played a year later.[1] Atlético reached the semifinal level in the Série B in 1972,[2] and were eliminated in the first stage in the Série C in 2004,[3] and in the Série D in 2009.[4]

Stadium

Atlético de Alagoinhas play their home games at Carneirão.[5] The stadium has a maximum capacity of 18,000 people.[5]

League and cup history

  • Baía State Championships (First Division):
  • 2009
    • Série D: 37th – relegated
    • 4th – eliminated at the first stage
  • 2010: 6th (state), 2nd (state cup)
  • 2011: 11th (state), 2nd (state cup)
  • 2012: 6th (state), 3rd (state cup)
  • 2013: 12th – relegated
  • 2014: Baía State Second Division

Statistics

  • Best position: Semifinal Stage of Série B: 3rd place

Current squad

2016 season Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
GK Vinícius
GK João Paulo
DF Alex
DF George
DF Jefferson
DF Adilson
DF António Carlos
DF Nino Recife
DF Tiago Lira
DF Murilo
MF Michel
MF Tiago Dantas
MF Steve
No. Position Player
MF Gil
MF Elton
MF Leo Natal
MF Lucas
MF Paulo Henrique
FW Tanbaka
FW Cleiton Carreta
FW
FW Diego Moraes
FW Ualace Sales do Mimmi
FW Nino Recife
FW Tiago Lira
FW Murilo

CBF ranking

  • Position: 148th[6]
  • Points: 32

Former managers

References

  1. "Alagoinhas Atlético Clube" (in Portuguese). Arquivo de Clubes. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  2. "Brazil 1972 Championship – 2nd Level". RSSSF. April 8, 2006. Archived from the original on September 30, 2009. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  3. "Brazil 2004 Championship – Third Level (Série C)". RSSSF. March 3, 2006. Archived from the original on August 19, 2009. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  4. "Brazil 2009 – Fourth Level". RSSSF. August 25, 2009. Archived from the original on 25 November 2009. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  5. "Carneirão" (in Portuguese). Templos do Futebol. Retrieved October 28, 2009.
  6. CBF Ranking Archived 2011-05-26 at WebCite (in Portuguese)
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