1967 Campeonato Paulista

The 1967 Campeonato Paulista de Futebol da Divisão Especial de Profissionais,[1] organized by the Federação Paulista de Futebol, was the 66th season of São Paulo's top professional football league. Santos won the title for the 10th time. Prudentina was relegated and the top scorer was Corinthians's Flávio with 21 goals.[1][2]

Campeonato Paulista – Série A1
Season1967
ChampionsSantos
RelegatedPrudentina
Torneio Roberto Gomes PedrosaSantos
Palmeiras
São Paulo
Corinthians
Portuguesa
Matches played182
Goals scored526 (2.89 per match)
Top goalscorerFlávio (Corinthians) – 21 goals
Biggest home winGuarani 6-0 Prudentina (July 30, 1967)
São Paulo 6-0 Botafogo (November 4, 1967)
Biggest away winJuventus 0-4 Santos (July 15, 1967)
Comercial 2-6 Corinthians (August 27, 1968)
Highest scoringComercial 2-6 Corinthians (August 27, 1967)
1966
1968

ChampionshipEdit

The championship was disputed in a double-round robin system, with the team with the most points winning the title and the team with the fewest points being relegated.[1][2]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 São Paulo 26 16 9 1 53 15 +38 41 Playoffs
2 Santos 26 16 9 1 61 32 +29 41
3 Corinthians 26 15 7 4 54 25 +29 37
4 Palmeiras 26 14 7 5 43 35 +8 35
5 Portuguesa 26 12 5 9 40 36 +4 29
6 Ferroviária 26 9 6 11 26 28 −2 24
7 América 26 9 5 12 41 41 0 23
8 Guarani 26 8 5 13 34 36 −2 21
9 São Bento 26 6 8 12 25 38 −13 20
10 Botafogo 26 7 6 13 38 55 −17 20
11 Comercial 26 9 2 15 35 53 −18 20
12 Portuguesa Santista 26 7 5 14 24 38 −14 19
13 Juventus 26 6 6 14 26 43 −17 18
14 Prudentina 26 6 4 16 26 51 −25 16 Relegated
Updated to match(es) played on December 19, 1967. Source: RSSSF.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) wins; 4) number of goals scored.

PlayoffsEdit

Santos2 – 1São Paulo
Edu   10'
Toninho Guerreiro   12'
Babá   85'
Attendance: 43,627

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Futebolnacional.com.br – Championship of Sao Paulo 1967". Archived from the original on November 6, 2017. Retrieved May 17, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "RSSSF – Championship of Sao Paulo 1967". Retrieved May 17, 2019.