2010 in Brazilian football

The following article presents a summary of the 2010 football (soccer) season in Brazil, which was the 109th season of competitive football in the country.

Football in Brazil
Season2010
2009 Brazil 2011

Campeonato Brasileiro Série AEdit

The 2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A started on May 8, 2010, and concluded on December 5, 2010.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Fluminense 38 20 11 7 62 36 +26 71 2011 Copa Libertadores Second Stage
2 Cruzeiro 38 20 9 9 53 38 +15 69
3 Corinthians 38 19 11 8 65 41 +24 68 2011 Copa Libertadores First Stage
4 Grêmio 38 17 12 9 68 43 +25 63
5 Atlético Paranaense 38 17 9 12 43 45 −2 60 2011 Copa Sudamericana Second Stage
6 Botafogo 38 14 17 7 54 42 +12 59
7 Internacional 38 16 10 12 48 41 +7 58 2011 Copa Libertadores Second Stage[a]
8 Santos 38 15 11 12 63 50 +13 56 2011 Copa Libertadores Second Stage[b]
9 São Paulo 38 15 10 13 54 54 0 55 2011 Copa Sudamericana Second Stage
10 Palmeiras 38 12 14 12 42 43 −1 50
11 Vasco da Gama 38 11 16 11 43 45 −2 49
12 Ceará 38 10 17 11 35 44 −9 47
13 Atlético Mineiro 38 13 6 19 52 64 −12 45
14 Flamengo 38 9 17 12 41 44 −3 44
15 Avaí 38 11 10 17 49 58 −9 43
16 Atlético Goianiense 38 11 9 18 51 57 −6 42
17 Vitória 38 9 15 14 42 48 −6 42 Relegation to Série B
18 Guarani 38 8 13 17 33 53 −20 37
19 Goiás 38 8 9 21 41 68 −27 33
20 Prudente 38 7 10 21 39 64 −25 28[c]
Source: [1]
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd wins; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored; 5th head-to-head results; 6th least red cards received; 7th least yellow cards received; 8th draw
Notes:
  1. ^ Internacional qualified as the 2010 Copa Libertadores champion.
  2. ^ Santos qualified as the 2010 Copa do Brasil champion.
  3. ^ Grêmio Prudente was docked 3 points due to fielding a suspended player.

Fluminense declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A champions.

RelegationEdit

The four worst placed teams, which are Vitória, Guarani, Goiás and Prudente, were relegated to the following year's second level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série BEdit

The 2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série B started on May 7, 2010, concluded on November 27, 2010.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Coritiba (C, P) 38 21 8 9 69 49 +20 71 Promotion to Campeonato Brasileiro
2 Figueirense (P) 38 19 10 9 68 37 +31 67
3 Bahia (P) 38 19 8 11 63 44 +19 65
4 América Mineiro (P) 38 19 6 13 56 42 +14 63
5 Portuguesa 38 19 5 14 69 52 +17 62
6 Sport Recife 38 15 11 12 54 42 +12 56
7 Paraná 38 15 8 15 47 44 +3 53
8 Bragantino 38 13 14 11 52 37 +15 53
9 ASA 38 16 4 18 52 56 −4 52
10 São Caetano 38 14 10 14 50 52 −2 52
11 Duque de Caxias 38 15 5 18 46 56 −10 50
12 Icasa 38 13 10 15 53 51 +2 49
13 Náutico 38 14 6 18 41 60 −19 48
14 Ponte Preta 38 12 12 14 49 48 +1 48
15 Guaratinguetá 38 11 14 13 47 59 −12 47
16 Vila Nova 38 13 7 18 50 69 −19 46
17 Brasiliense (R) 38 12 10 16 41 59 −18 46 Relegation to Série C
18 Santo André (R) 38 11 10 17 53 61 −8 43
19 Ipatinga (R) 38 11 8 19 47 62 −15 41
20 América de Natal (R) 38 11 8 19 40 68 −28 41
Updated to match(es) played on November 27, 2010. Source: CBF (in Portuguese)
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd wins; 3rd goal difference; 4th goals scored; 5th head-to-head results; 6th least red cards received; 7th least yellow cards received; 8th draw
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Coritiba declared as the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B champions.

PromotionEdit

The four best placed teams, which are Coritiba, Figueirense, Bahia and América-MG, were promoted to the following year's first level.

RelegationEdit

The four worst placed teams, which are Brasiliense, Santo André, Ipatinga and América-RN, were relegated to the following year's third level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série CEdit

The 2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C started on July 18, 2010, and concluded on November 21, 2010. The Campeonato Brasileiro Série C final was played between ABC and Ituiutaba.


Ituiutaba0–1ABC

ABC0–0Ituiutaba

ABC declared as the league champions by aggregate score of 1–0.

Participating teamsEdit

PromotionEdit

The four best placed teams, which are ABC, Ituiutaba, Criciúma and Salgueiro, were promoted to the following year's second level.

RelegationEdit

The four worst placed teams, which are Alecrim, Juventude, Gama and São Raimundo (PA), were relegated to the following year's fourth level.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série DEdit

The 2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série D started on July 18, 2010, and concluded on November 14, 2010. The Campeonato Brasileiro Série D final was played between Guarany de Sobral and América (AM).




Guarany de Sobral declared as the league champions by aggregate score of 5–2.

PromotionEdit

The four best placed teams, which are Guarany de Sobral, Madureira, Joinville and Araguaína, were promoted to the following year's third level. On December 9, 2010 the STJD punished América (AM) with the loss of six points due to fielding an out-of-contract player. América (AM) then lost its promotion, which was awarded to Joinville.

Copa do BrasilEdit

The 2010 Copa do Brasil started on February 10, 2010, and ended on August 4, 2010. The Copa do Brasil final was played between Santos and Vitória.


Santos2–0Vitória

Vitória2–1Santos

Santos declared as the cup champions on better goal difference by aggregate score of 3–2.

State championship championsEdit

State Champion
  Acre Rio Branco-AC
  Alagoas Murici
  Amapá Trem
  Amazonas Penarol
  Bahia Vitória
  Ceará Fortaleza
  Distrito Federal Ceilândia
  Espírito Santo Rio Branco-ES
  Goiás Atlético-GO
  Maranhão Sampaio Corrêa
  Mato Grosso União
  Mato Grosso do Sul Comercial-ES
  Minas Gerais Atlético Mineiro
  Pará Paysandu
  Paraíba Treze
  Paraná Coritiba
  Pernambuco Sport
  Piauí Comercial-PI
  Rio de Janeiro Botafogo
  Rio Grande do Norte ABC
  Rio Grande do Sul Grêmio
  Rondônia Vilhena
  Roraima Baré
  Santa Catarina Avaí
  São Paulo Santos
  Sergipe River Plate
  Tocantins Gurupi

Youth competition championsEdit

Competition Champion
Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20 Cruzeiro
Copa 2 de Julho Brazil U16
Copa Brasil Sub-17 (Copa Nacional do Espírito Santo Sub-17)(1) Internacional
Copa Santiago de Futebol Juvenil Internacional
Copa São Paulo de Juniores São Paulo
Copa Sub-17 de Promissão Cruzeiro
Supercopa Eurofarma de Futebol Júnior Santos
Taça Belo Horizonte de Juniores Coritiba
(1) The Copa Nacional do Espírito Santo Sub-17, between 2008 and 2012, was named Copa Brasil Sub-17. The similar named Copa do Brasil Sub-17 is organized by the Brazilian Football Confederation and it was first played in 2013.

Other competition championsEdit

Competition Champion
Campeonato do Nordeste Vitória
Campeonato Paulista do Interior Botafogo-SP
Copa Espírito Santo Vitória-ES
Copa FGF Internacional B
Copa Governador do Mato Grosso Cuiabá
Copa Paulista de Futebol Paulista
Copa Pernambuco Santa Cruz
Copa Rio Sendas
Copa Santa Catarina Brusque
Copa Sub23 Internacional
Recopa Sul-Brasileira Cerâmica
Taça Minas Gerais Uberaba

Brazilian clubs in international competitionsEdit

Team 2010 Copa Libertadores 2010 Copa Sudamericana 2010 FIFA Club World Cup
Atlético Mineiro did not qualify Quarterfinals
eliminated by
  Palmeiras
N/A
Avaí did not qualify Quarterfinals
eliminated by
  Goiás
N/A
Corinthians Round of 16
eliminated by
  Flamengo
N/A did not qualify
Cruzeiro Quarterfinals
eliminated by
  São Paulo
N/A did not qualify
Flamengo Quarterfinals
eliminated by
  Universidad de Chile
N/A did not qualify
Goiás N/A Runners-up
lost to
  Independiente
N/A
Grêmio N/A Second Stage
eliminated by
  Goiás
N/A
Grêmio Prudente N/A Second Stage
eliminated by
  Atlético Mineiro
N/A
Internacional Champions
defeated
  Guadalajara
N/A Third place
defeated
  Seognam Ilhwa Chunma
Palmeiras N/A Semifinals
eliminated by
  Goiás
N/A
Santos N/A Second Stage
eliminated by
  Avaí
N/A
São Paulo Semifinals
eliminated by
  Internacional
N/A did not qualify
Vitória N/A Second Stage
eliminated by
  Palmeiras
N/A

Brazil national teamEdit

The following table lists all the games played by the Brazil national team in official competitions and friendly matches during 2010.

March 2, 2010 International
Friendly
Republic of Ireland  0–2  BrazilLondon, England
20:05 (UTC+1) Report K. Andrews   44' (o.g.)
Robinho   76'
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 40,082[2]
Referee: Mike Dean (England)
June 2, 2010 International
Friendly
Zimbabwe  0–3  BrazilHarare, Zimbabwe
Report Bastos   41'
Robinho   44'
Elano   57'
Stadium: National Sports Stadium
Attendance: 30,000[3]
Referee: Abdul Basit Ebrahim (South Africa)
June 7, 2010 International
Friendly
Tanzania  1–5  BrazilDar es Salaam, Tanzania
Jabir Stima   86' Report Robinho   10'33'
Ramires   53'90+1'
Kaká   75'
Stadium: Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium
Attendance: 35,000[4]
Referee: Muhmed Ssegonga (Uganda)
June 15, 2010 FIFA World Cup
Group Stage
Brazil  2–1  North KoreaJohannesburg, South Africa
20:30 (UTC+2) Maicon   55'
Elano   72'
Report Ji Yun-nam   89' Stadium: Ellis Park Stadium
Attendance: 54,331
Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
June 20, 2010 FIFA World Cup
Group Stage
Brazil  3–1  Ivory CoastJohannesburg, South Africa
20:30 (UTC+2) Luís Fabiano   25'50'
Elano   62'
Report Drogba   79' Stadium: Soccer City
Attendance: 84,455
Referee: Stéphane Lannoy (France)
June 25, 2010 FIFA World Cup
Group Stage
Portugal  0–0  BrazilDurban, South Africa
16:00 (UTC+2) Report Stadium: Moses Mabhida Stadium
Attendance: 62,712
Referee: Benito Archundia (Mexico)
June 28, 2010 FIFA World Cup
Round of 16
Brazil  3–0  ChileJohannesburg, South Africa
20:30 (UTC+2) Juan   35'
Luís Fabiano   38'
Robinho   59'
Report Stadium: Ellis Park Stadium
Attendance: 54,096
Referee: Howard Webb (England)
July 2, 2010 FIFA World Cup
Quarter-finals
Netherlands  2–1  BrazilPort Elizabeth, South Africa
16:00 (UTC+2) Sneijder   53'68' Report Robinho   10' Stadium: Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
Attendance: 40,186
Referee: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan)
August 10, 2010 International
Friendly
United States  0–2  BrazilNew Jersey, United States
20:00 (UTC-4) Report Neymar   28'
Pato   45+1'
Stadium: New Meadowlands Stadium
Attendance: 77,223[5]
Referee: Silviu Petrescu (Canada)
October 7, 2010 International
Friendly
Iran  0–3  BrazilAbu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Report Alves   14'
Pato   69'
Nilmar   90+1'
Stadium: Sheikh Zayed Stadium
Attendance: 14,000[6]
Referee: Fareed Al Marzouqi (UAE)
October 11, 2010 International
Friendly
Brazil  2–0  UkraineDerby, England
Alves   25'
Pato   64'
Report Stadium: Pride Park Stadium
Attendance: 13,088
Referee: Martin Atkinson (England)
November 17, 2010 International
Friendly
Argentina  1–0  BrazilDoha, Qatar
Messi   90+2' Report Stadium: Khalifa International Stadium
Attendance: 49,000[7]
Referee: Abdullah Balideh (Qatar)

Women's footballEdit

National teamEdit

The following table lists all the games played by the Brazil women's national football team in official competitions and friendly matches during 2010.

October 24, 2010 International
Friendly
Brazil  7–0  HaitiTeresópolis, Brazil
Renata Costa   ?'
Grazielle   ?'
Marta   ?'
Cristiane  ?'?'?'
Renata   ?'
Report Stadium: Granja Comary
November 5, 2010 Campeonato Sudamericano
Group Stage
Brazil  4–0  VenezuelaLoja, Ecuador
19:00 UTC-5 Aline   26'30'
Cristiane   42'
Renata Costa   60'
Report[permanent dead link] Stadium: Estadio Federativo Reina del Cisne
Referee: Sirley Cornejo Arana (Bolivia)
November 7, 2010 Campeonato Sudamericano
Group Stage
Uruguay  0–4  BrazilLoja, Ecuador
13:00 UTC-5 Report Cristiane   15' (pen.)40'
Marta   36'57'
Stadium: Estadio Federativo Reina del Cisne
November 17, 2010 Campeonato Sudamericano
Second Stage
Brazil  4–0  ArgentinaLatacunga, Ecuador
17:00 UTC-5 Graziele   25'
Dos Santos   37'
Marta   63'
Cristiane   77'
Report Stadium: Estadio La Cocha
November 19, 2010 Campeonato Sudamericano
Second Stage
Brazil  5–0  ColombiaLatacunga, Ecuador
17:00 UTC-5 Érika   23'
Grazielle   48'
Marta   69'87'
Cristiane   82'
Report Stadium: Estadio La Cocha
Referee: Gabriela Lourdes Bandeira Popich (Uruguay)
November 21, 2010 Campeonato Sudamericano
Second Stage
Chile  1–3  BrazilQuito, Ecuador
14:00 UTC-5 Salgado   45' Report Batista   2'
Marta   36'83'
Stadium: Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa
December 9, 2010 Torneio Internacional FemininoBrazil  3–0  MexicoSão Paulo, Brazil
Cristiane   21'
Marta   56'60'
Stadium: Estádio do Pacaembu
December 12, 2010 Torneio Internacional FemininoBrazil  3–2  NetherlandsSão Paulo, Brazil
Marta   ?'?'
Gabriela   ?'
Kirsten van de Ven   ?'
De Ridder   ?'
Stadium: Estádio do Pacaembu
December 19, 2010 Torneio Internacional Feminino
Final
Brazil  2–2  CanadaSão Paulo, Brazil
Marta   54'72' Belanger   11'
Christine Sinclair   82'
Stadium: Estádio do Pacaembu
Attendance: 18,784
Referee: Katiucia da Mota Lima (São Paulo)

The Brazil women's national football team competed in the following competitions in 2010:

Competition Performance
Campeonato Sudamericano
Champions
Torneio Internacional Feminino Runners-up

Copa do Brasil de Futebol FemininoEdit

The 2010 Copa do Brasil de Futebol Feminino started on August 16, 2010, and concluded on December 4, 2010.



Duque de Caxias/CEPE declared as the cup champions by aggregate score of 2–2.

Domestic competition championsEdit

Competition Champion
Campeonato Carioca Vasco
Campeonato Paulista Santos

Brazilian clubs in international competitionsEdit

Team 2010 Copa Libertadores Femenina
Santos Champions
defeated
  Everton

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Classificação Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 2010" [2010 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Standings] (in Portuguese). Brazilian Football Confederation. Archived from the original on May 15, 2010. Retrieved December 5, 2010.
  2. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/matches/2010/03/02/world/friendlies/ireland-republic/brazil/901029/
  3. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/matches/2010/06/02/world/friendlies/zimbabwe/brazil/938351/
  4. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/matches/2010/06/07/world/friendlies/tanzania/brazil/938352/
  5. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/matches/2010/08/11/world/friendlies/united-states-of-america/brazil/983813/
  6. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/matches/2010/10/07/world/friendlies/iran/brazil/1040800/
  7. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/matches/2010/11/17/world/friendlies/argentina/brazil/1042822/

External linksEdit