2010 Recopa Sul-Brasileira

The 2010 Recopa Sul-Brasileira was the 4th edition of South Brazil Super Cup. All matches of the competition were played at Estádio Antônio Vieira Ramos, which is the home stadium of Cerâmica, in Gravataí, Rio Grande do Sul. The competition started on December 3 and concluded on December 5.[1] Four clubs participated of the competition: Cerâmica, of Rio Grande do Sul (runner-up of Copa FGF), Cerâmica were invited as Internacional B withdrew, Roma Apucarana of Paraná (champion of Campeonato Paranense Second Level), Paulista of São Paulo (champion of Copa Paulista de Futebol), and Brusque of Santa Catarina (champion of Copa Santa Catarina). Paulista sent its youth squad instead of the main team.[2]

Cerâmica won the competition, thus preventing Santa Catarina state's fourth title in a row in the competition.[3] That was also the first time a club not from Santa Catarina won the tournament.[3]

Competition formatEdit

The competition is a one legged knockout tournament played in two stages, semifinals and the final.

Competition stagesEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
December 3 – Gravataí
 
 
  Brusque3
 
December 5 - Gravataí
 
  Paulista2
 
  Brusque0
 
December 3 - Gravataí
 
  Cerâmica1
 
  Cerâmica1
 
 
  Roma Apucarana0
 

MatchesEdit

SemifinalsEdit

Brusque3 – 2Paulista
Report
Report
Brusque line-up
João Ricardo, João Sena, Thiago, João Vitor, Pedro, Cristiano, Leandro, Marcelo, Valdomiro, Paulo Cesar & Leandro Farias. Head Coach: Paulo Cesar Turra
Paulista line-up
Yuri Benhur; Luizinho, Fabrício, Rafael Thyerre & Victor Hugo; Brendon (Nathan), João Francisco, Guilherme (Renan) & Luiz Gustavo Rato; Tutinha & Ricardinho. Head Coach: Renato

Cerâmica1 – 0Roma
Report
Estádio Antônio Vieira Ramos, Gravataí
Referee: André Cieslak
Cerâmica line-up
Donizetti, Djair, Sidiney, Marcão (Wagner), Índio, Robson, Liniker, Guto (Alan), Pedro, Cidinho & Rafael Paraíba. Head Coach: Luis Eduardo Lima.
Roma line-up
Spada, Cassiano, Luis Paulo, Juninho, Eurico (Fabrício), Rogério, Doriva, Alex, Fábio, Cipó (Danielzinho) e Warlley (Fernandinho). Head Coach: Richard Malka.

FinalEdit

Brusque0 – 1Cerâmica
Report
Report
Estádio Antônio Vieira Ramos, Gravataí
Referee: Anderson Daronco
Brusque line-up
João Ricardo, João Sena, Thiago, João Vitor, Pedro, Cristiano, Leandro, Titê, Valdomiro, Paulo Cesar & Leandro Farias. Head Coach: Paulo Cesar Turra
Cerâmica line-up
Donizetti; Sidiney, Djair, Marcão, Robson; Pedro, Wagner (Guto), Liniker, Alan (Belo); Rafael Paraíba (Jeferson) & Cidinho Head Coach: Luis Eduardo Lima.

ChampionEdit

Recopa Sul-Brasileira
2010 Winners
 
Cerâmica
First Title

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Brusque estreia na próxima sexta na competição". Futebol SC (in Portuguese). November 29, 2010. Archived from the original on December 3, 2010. Retrieved January 20, 2011.
  2. ^ "Delegação viaja para Recopa Sul Brasileira". Paulista Futebol Clube (in Portuguese). December 2, 2010. Archived from the original on July 6, 2011. Retrieved January 20, 2011.
  3. ^ a b "Brusque perde e é vice-campeão da Recopa". Futebol SC (in Portuguese). December 5, 2010. Archived from the original on December 9, 2010. Retrieved January 20, 2011.