2011 Copa do Brasil

The 2011 Copa do Brasil (officially known as the 2011 Copa Kia do Brasil for sponsorship reasons) was the 23rd edition of the Copa do Brasil, Brazil's national football cup tournament. It began on February 16 and ended on June 8. This edition's champion was Vasco da Gama, with Coritiba ending as runners-up.

2011 Copa do Brasil
Copa Kia do Brasil 2011
Country Brazil
DatesFebruary 16 - June 8
Teams64
ChampionsRio de Janeiro (state) Vasco da Gama
Runners-upParaná (state) Coritiba
Matches played111
Goals scored315 (2.84 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Adriano
Alecsandro
Rafael Coelho
Kléber
William
(5 goals each)
2010
2012

FormatEdit

The competition is a single elimination knockout tournament featuring two-legged ties. In the first two rounds, if the away team wins the first match by 2 or more goals, the winner advances to the next round and the second leg will not be played. The away goals rule will be used. The winner qualifies to the 2012 Copa Libertadores.

Qualified teamsEdit

Sixty-four teams qualified to the 2011 Copa do Brasil either through their states championship or through a ranking of teams.

Qualified by state championships and other competitionsEdit

Fifty-four teams qualified via their respective state competitions. Depending on their status with the Brazilian Football Confederation, each of the 27 state federations sent anywhere from one to three clubs.[1] Each state determined their own qualification criteria, but they usually sent the clubs with best records in the state championships or other special competitions.

State Team Qualification method
  Acre
1 berth
Rio Branco (AC) 2010 Campeonato Acreano champion
  Alagoas
2 berths
Murici 2010 Campeonato Alagoano champion
ASA de Arapiraca 2010 Campeonato Alagoano runner-up
  Amapá
1 berth
Trem 2010 Campeonato Amapaense champion
  Amazonas
2 berths
Penarol 2010 Campeonato Amazonense champion
Fast Clube 2010 Campeonato Amazonense runner-up
  Bahia
2 berths
Vitória 2010 Campeonato Baiano champion
Bahia 2010 Campeonato Baiano runner-up
  Ceará
2 berths
Fortaleza 2010 Campeonato Cearense champion
Horizonte 2010 Copa Fares Lopes champion
  Distrito Federal
2 berths
Ceilândia 2010 Campeonato Brasiliense champion
Brasiliense 2010 Campeonato Brasiliense runner-up
  Espírito Santo
2 berths
Rio Branco (ES) 2010 Campeonato Capixaba champion
Vitória (ES) 2010 Copa Espírito Santo champion
  Goiás
2 berths
Atlético Goianiense 2010 Campeonato Goiano champion
Santa Helena 2010 Campeonato Goiano runner-up
  Maranhão
2 berths
IAPE 2010 Copa União do Maranhão champion
Sampaio Corrêa 2010 Campeonato Maranhense champion
  Mato Grosso
2 berths
União 2010 Campeonato Mato-Grossense champion
Cuiabá 2010 Copa Governador do Mato Grosso champion
  Mato Grosso do Sul
2 berths
Comercial (MS) 2010 Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense champion
Naviraiense 2010 Campeonato Sul-Mato-Grossense runner-up
  Minas Gerais
3 berths
Atlético Mineiro 2010 Campeonato Mineiro champion
Ipatinga 2010 Campeonato Mineiro runner-up
Uberaba 2010 Taça Minas Gerais champion
  Pará
2 berths
Paysandu 2010 Campeonato Paraense champion
Águia de Marabá 2010 Campeonato Paraense runner-up
  Paraíba
2 berths
Treze 2010 Campeonato Paraibano champion
Botafogo (PB) 2010 Copa Paraíba champion
  Paraná
3 berths
Coritiba 2010 Campeonato Paranaense champion
Atlético Paranaense 2010 Campeonato Paranaense runner-up
Iraty 2010 Campeonato Paranaense 3rd place
  Pernambuco
2 berths
Sport 2010 Campeonato Pernambucano champion
Náutico 2010 Campeonato Pernambucano runner-up
  Piauí
2 berths
Comercial (PI) 2010 Campeonato Piauiense champion
Barras 2010 Campeonato Piauiense runner-up
  Rio de Janeiro
3 berths
Botafogo 2010 Campeonato Carioca champion
Flamengo 2010 Campeonato Carioca runner-up
Bangu 2010 Copa Rio runner-up
  Rio Grande do Norte
2 berths
ABC 2010 Campeonato Potiguar champion
Corintians 2010 Campeonato Potiguar runner-up
  Rio Grande do Sul
3 berths
Caxias 2010 Campeonato Gaúcho 3rd place
São José (RS) 2010 Campeonato Gaúcho 4th place
Ypiranga (RS) 2009 Copa FGF runner-up
  Rondônia
1 berth
Vilhena 2010 Campeonato Rondoniense champion
  Roraima
1 berth
Baré 2010 Campeonato Roraimense champion
  São Paulo
3 berths
Santo André 2010 Campeonato Paulista runner-up
Grêmio Prudente 2010 Campeonato Paulista 3rd place
Paulista 2010 Copa Paulista champion
  Santa Catarina
2 berths
Avaí 2010 Campeonato Catarinense champion
Brusque 2010 Copa Santa Catarina champion
  Sergipe
2 berths
River Plate (SE) 2010 Campeonato Sergipano champion
São Domingos 2010 Copa Governo de Sergipe champion
  Tocantins
1 berth
Gurupi 2010 Campeonato Tocantinense champion

Qualified by CBF club rankingEdit

Ten clubs qualified as one of the top ten clubs in CBF's club ranking, excluding those qualified by state competitions and clubs playing in the 2011 Copa Libertadores.

Pos Team State Points (2010)
3 Vasco da Gama   Rio de Janeiro 2,086
5 São Paulo   São Paulo 2,049
7 Palmeiras   São Paulo 2,012
13 Goiás   Goiás 1,523
14 Guarani   São Paulo 1,516
17 Portuguesa   São Paulo 1,405
22 Santa Cruz   Pernambuco 1,140
23 Paraná   Paraná 1,080
24 Ceará   Ceará 1,056
25 Ponte Preta   São Paulo 1,047

BracketEdit

Teams that play in their home stadium in the first leg are marked with †.

First Phase Second Phase Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals
 Flamengo 3 -
 Murici0 -  Flamengo 3 -
 Fortaleza 0 4  Fortaleza0 -
 Fast2 1  Flamengo1 3
 Guarani 4 0  Horizonte 1 0
 União4 0  Guarani1 2
 ASA 1 3  Horizonte 1 2
 Horizonte3 3  Flamengo1 2
 Atlético Mineiro 3 2  Ceará 2 2
 IAPE2 1  Atlético Mineiro 1 0
 Grêmio Prudente 1 3  Grêmio Prudente2 0
 Iraty3 0  Grêmio Prudente 1 1
 Ceará 2 -  Ceará2 2
 Cuiabá0 -  Ceará 0 2
 Brasiliense 1 2  Brasiliense0 1
 Águia de Marabá1 0  Ceará0 0
 Vitória 1 0  Coritiba 0 1
 Botafogo (PB)3 0  Botafogo (PB)0 1
 Caxias 5 -  Caxias 1 3
 Ceilândia0 -  Caxias 0 0
 Coritiba 1 2  Coritiba4 1
 Ypiranga (RS)0 0  Coritiba 2 3
 Atlético Goianiense 2 1  Atlético Goianiense1 1
 Brusque3 0  Coritiba 6 0
 Palmeiras 2 5  Palmeiras0 2
 Comercial (PI)1 1  Palmeiras 4 -
 Uberaba 3 -  Uberaba0 -
 Santa Helena1 -  Palmeiras 2 1
 Sport 0 2  Santo André1 0
 Sampaio Corrêa0 2  Sampaio Corrêa3 0 Finals
 Santo André 2 1  Santo André 2 1
 Naviraiense1 0  Coritiba 0 3
 Vasco da Gama 6 -  Vasco da Gama1 2
 Comercial (MS)1 -  Vasco da Gama 0 2
 ABC 1 2  ABC0 1
 Barras1 1  Vasco da Gama 3 0
 Portuguesa 1 1  Náutico0 0
 Bangu3 0  Bangu0 -
 Náutico 1 6  Náutico 2 -
 Trem2 0  Vasco da Gama 2 1
 Atlético Paranaense 1 3  Atlético Paranaense2 1
 Rio Branco (AC)2 1  Atlético Paranaense 2 -
 Paulista 0 3  Paulista0 -
 São José (RS)1 0 Atlético Paranaense 1 5
 Bahia 0 5  Bahia1 0
 São Domingos0 1  Bahia 0 2
 Paysandu 3 2  Paysandu0 1
 Penarol2 2  Vasco da Gama1 2
 Botafogo 0 1(4)  Avaí 1 0
 River Plate1 0(1)  Botafogo 2 3
 Paraná 1 3  Paraná1 0
 Gurupi1 0  Botafogo2 1
 Avaí 3 -  Avaí 2 1
 Vilhena0 -  Avaí 1 4
 Ipatinga 1 3  Ipatinga1 1
 Rio Branco (ES)0 0  Avaí 0 3
 São Paulo 3 -  São Paulo1 1
 Treze0 -  São Paulo 0 2
 Santa Cruz 4 -  Santa Cruz1 0
 Corintians1 -  São Paulo 1 1
 Goiás 4 -  Goiás0 0
 Vitória (ES)1 -  Goiás 3 -
 Ponte Preta 1 -  Ponte Preta0 -
 Baré0 -

First phaseEdit

The First Phase began on February 16 and ended on March 3.

Group 1Edit

February 16 Murici   0–3   Flamengo Maceió
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Report Ronaldinho   66'
Renato   72'
Guilherme Negueba   90'
Stadium: Estádio Rei Pelé
Attendance: 15,100
Referee: Jailson Macedo Freitas (Bahia)

Flamengo advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 2Edit

February 16 Fast   2–0   Fortaleza Manaus
20:00 (UTC−04:00) Claílson   14'
Ricardo   85'
Report Stadium: Estádio Roberto Simonsen (SESI)
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Arnoldo Vasconcelos Figarela (Rondônia)
February 23 Fortaleza   4–1   Fast Fortaleza
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Reginaldo Jr.   1', 84'
Gilmak   66'
Guto   75'
Report Pedro Henrique   61' Stadium: Estádio Alcides Santos
Attendance: 5,375
Referee: Suelson Diógenes de França Medeiros (Rio Grande do Norte)

Tied on points 3–3, Fortaleza advanced on greater goal difference.

Group 3Edit

February 16 União   4–4   Guarani Rondonópolis
20:00 (UTC−03:00) Ronaldo   27'
Danilo Cruz   54'
Maricá   65', 67'
Report Ronaldo Tres   2'
Marcos Denner   10'
Dadá   14'
Flávio   36'
Stadium: Estádio Engenheiro Luthero Lopes (Caldeirão)
Attendance: 4,102
Referee: Marcos Mateus Pereira (Mato Grosso do Sul)
February 23 Guarani   0–0   União Campinas
19:30 (UTC−03:00) Report Stadium: Estádio Brinco de Ouro
Attendance: 2,131
Referee: Antônio Frederico de Carvalho Schneider (Rio de Janeiro)

Tied on points 2–2 and equal on goal difference, Guarani advanced on away goals.

Group 4Edit

February 16 Horizonte   3–1   ASA Horizonte
20:00 (UTC−03:00) Júnior Cearense   3'
Siloé   12'
Lucio Maranhão   45+2'
Report Didira   30' Stadium: Estádio Olímpico Horácio Domingos de Sousa (Domingão)
Attendance: 1,015
Referee: Reginaldo Gomes (Rio Grande do Norte)
February 23 ASA   3–3   Horizonte Arapiraca
21:00 (UTC−03:00) André Nunes   44'
Tiago   56', 62'
Report Robert   11'
Júnior Cearense   33'
Elanardo   78'
Stadium: Estadio Municipal Coaracy de Mata Fonseca (Fumeirão)
Attendance: 2,911
Referee: Claudio Francisco Lima e Silva (Sergipe)

ASA advanced on points 4–1.

Group 5Edit

February 23 IAPE   2–3   Atlético Mineiro São Luís
21:50 (UTC−03:00) Vanvan   14', 39' Report Renan Oliveira   6'
Diego Tardelli   46'
Ricardo Bueno   78'
Stadium: Estádio Nhozinho Santos
Attendance: 12,709
Referee: Andrey da Silva e Silva (Pará)
March 2 Atlético Mineiro   8–1   IAPE Sete Lagoas
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Renan Oliveira   1', 21'
Ricardinho   8'
Jóbson   68', 86'
Neto Berola   78'
Toró   80'
Diego Tardelli   88'
Report Robson   89' Stadium: Estádio Joaquim Henrique Nogueira (Arena do Jacaré)
Attendance: 5,433
Referee: Wagner dos Santos Rosa (Rio de Janeiro)

Atlético Mineiro advanced on points 6–0.

Group 6Edit

February 16 Iraty   3–1   Grêmio Prudente Irati
17:00 (UTC−02:00) Sílvio   45'
Willian   50'
Eydison   58'
Report Adriano   55' Stadium: Estádio Coronel Emílio Gomes
Attendance: 1,080
Referee: Edmundo Alves do Nascimento (Santa Catarina)
February 23 Grêmio Prudente   3–0   Iraty Presidente Prudente
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Jandson   33', 36'
Adriano   68'
Report Stadium: Estádio Eduardo José Farah (Prudentão)
Attendance: 413
Referee: João Lupato (Mato Grosso do Sul)

Tied on points 3–3, Grêmio Prudente advanced on greater goal difference.

Group 7Edit

February 23 Cuiabá   0–2   Ceará Cuiabá
20:50 (UTC−04:00) Report Iarley   1'
Eusébio   79'
Stadium: Estádio Presidente Dutra
Attendance: 2,794
Referee: Elmo Alves Resende Cunha (Goiás)

Ceará advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 8Edit

February 23 Águia de Marabá   1–1   Brasiliense Marabá
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Patrick   30' Report Rômulo   26' Stadium: Estádio Municipal Zinho de Oliveira
Attendance: 1,877
Referee: Robson Martins Ferreira (Maranhão)
March 2 Brasiliense   2–0   Águia de Marabá Taguatinga
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Ruy   16'
Adrianinho   76'
Report Stadium: Estádio Elmo Serejo Farias (Serejão)
Attendance: 1,917
Referee: Eduardo Tomaz de Aquino Valadão (Goiás)

Brasiliense advanced on points 4–1.

Group 9Edit

February 16 Botafogo (PB)   3–1   Vitória João Pessoa
20:00 (UTC−03:00) Henrique   46'
Chapinha   60'
Paulinho Macaíba   90+3'
Report Viáfara   86' Stadium: Estádio José Américo de Almeida Filho (Almeidão)
Attendance: 1,225
Referee: Cláudio Mercante (Pernambuco)
February 24 Vitória   0–0   Botafogo (PB) Salvador
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Report Stadium: Estádio Manoel Barradas (Barradão)
Attendance: 10,172
Referee: Marcos André Gomes da Penha (Espírito Santo)

Botafogo (PB) advanced on points 4–1.

Group 10Edit

February 16 Ceilândia   0–5   Caxias Ceilândia
17:00 (UTC−02:00) Report Neto   15'
Lima   18', 29'
Pedro Henrique   38'
Éverton   44'
Stadium: Estádio Maria de Lourdes Abadia
Attendance: 428
Referee: Wellington Ferreira Branquinho (Goiás)

Caxias advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 11Edit

February 16 Ypiranga (RS)   0–1   Coritiba Erechim
19:30 (UTC−02:00) Report Jonas   17' Stadium: Estádio Olímpico Colosso da Lagoa
Attendance: 1,743
Referee: Célio Amorim (Santa Catarina)
February 24 Coritiba   2–0   Ypiranga (RS) Curitiba
19:30 (UTC−03:00) Eltinho   78'
Rafinha   83'
Report Stadium: Estádio Couto Pereira
Attendance: 8,640
Referee: Milton Etsuo Ballerini (São Paulo)

Coritiba advanced on points 6–0.

Group 12Edit

February 23 Brusque   3–2   Atlético Goianiense Brusque
21:00 (UTC−03:00) William   19', 43'
Aloisio   30'
Report Felipe   11'
Marcão   66'
Stadium: Estádio Augusto Bauer
Attendance: 1,866
Referee: Marcelo Aparecido Ribeiro de Souza (São Paulo)
March 2 Atlético Goianiense   1–0   Brusque Goiânia
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Felipe   60' Report Stadium: Estádio Antônio Accioly
Attendance: 5,356
Referee: Wilton Pereira Sampaio (Distrito Federal)

Tied on points 3–3 and tied on goal difference, Atlético Goianiense advanced on away goals.

Group 13Edit

February 23 Comercial (PI)   1–2   Palmeiras Teresina
21:50 (UTC−03:00) Rafael   75' Report Adriano   31'
Kléber   46'
Stadium: Estádio Governador Alberto Tavares Silva (Albertão)
Attendance: 13,286
Referee: José de Caldas Souza (Distrito Federal)
March 2 Palmeiras   5–1   Comercial (PI) São Paulo
21:50 (UTC−03:00) Adriano   62', 65', 78', 80'
Gabriel Silva   83'
Report Binha   72' Stadium: Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho (Pacaembu)
Attendance: 3,509
Referee: Márcio Changas da Silva (Rio Grande do Sul)

Palmeiras advanced on points 6–0.

Group 14Edit

February 16 Santa Helena   1–3   Uberaba Santa Helena de Goiás
21:00 (UTC−02:00) Lukinha   68' Report Cristiano Brasília   20', 37'
Cadu   45+3'
Stadium: Estádio Pedro Romualdo Cabral
Attendance: 1,151
Referee: Wilton Pereira Sampaio (Distrito Federal)

Uberaba advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 15Edit

February 24 Sampaio Corrêa   0–0   Sport São Luís
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Report Stadium: Estádio Nhozinho Santos
Attendance: 12,092
Referee: Joaquim Webesther Florêncio Martins (Ceará)
March 2 Sport   2–2   Sampaio Corrêa Recife
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Wellington Saci   51'
Tadeu   67'
Report Robinho   19'
Rone   70'
Stadium: Estádio Adelmar da Costa Carvalho (Ilha do Retiro)
Attendance: 9,615
Referee: Diego Pombo Lopez (Bahia)

Tied on points 2–2 and tied on goal difference, Sampaio Corrêa advanced on away goals.

Group 16Edit

February 16 Naviraiense   1–2   Santo André Naviraí
20:30 (UTC−03:00) Nelson Júnior   79' Report Célio Codó   62'
Vitor Hugo   69'
Stadium: Estádio Jose Viroti (Virotão)
Attendance: 2,304
Referee: Nilo Neves de Souza Júnior (Paraná)

Santo André advanced on points 6–0.

Group 17Edit

February 23 Comercial (MS)   1–6   Vasco da Gama Campo Grande
20:50 (UTC−04:00) Anderson   63' (pen.) Report Felipe Bastos   4'
Marcel   16' (pen.), 24'
Jéferson   44'
Éder Luís   57'
Rômulo   66'
Stadium: Estádio Universitário Pedro Pedrossian (Morenão)
Attendance: 4,381
Referee: Antonio Denival de Morais (Paraná)

Vasco da Gama advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 18Edit

February 24 Barras   1–1   ABC Teresina
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Marquinhos Vitoria   46' Report Irineu   68' Stadium: Estádio Governador Alberto Tavares Silva (Albertão)
Attendance: 1,222
Referee: José Cleuton Sousa Lima (Ceará)
March 2 ABC   2–1   Barras Natal
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Irineu   1'
Leandrão   42'
Report Neném B.   66' Stadium: Estádio Maria Lamas Farache (Frasqueirão)
Attendance: 5,286
Referee: Gleidson Ferreira Leite (Pernambuco)

ABC advanced on points 4–1.

Group 19Edit

February 16 Bangu   3–1   Portuguesa Rio de Janeiro
17:00 (UTC−02:00) Thiago Galhardo   15', 75'
Pipico   61'
Report Kempes   45' Stadium: Estádio Proletário Guilherme da Silveira (Moça Bonita)
Attendance: 836
Referee: Devarly Lira do Rosário (Espírito Santo)
February 23 Portuguesa   1–0   Bangu São Paulo
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Ademir Sopa   67' Report Stadium: Estádio Doutor Osvaldo Teixeira Duarte (Canindé)
Attendance: 1,036
Referee: Renato Cardoso da Conceição (Minas Gerais)

Tied on points 3–3, Bangu advanced on greater goal difference.

Group 20Edit

February 23 Trem   2–1   Náutico Macapá
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Lensandro   73'
Ari   90+3'
Report Airton   75' Stadium: Estádio Municipal Glicério de Souza Marques (Glicerão)
Attendance: 1,005
Referee: Dewson Fernando Freitas da Silva (Pará)
March 3 Náutico   6–0   Trem Recife
19:30 (UTC−03:00) Bruno Meneghel   12', 35'
Airton   16'
Ricardo Xavier   49'
Kieza   56'
Deyvid Sacconi   76'
Report Stadium: Estádio Eládio de Barros Carvalho (Aflitos)
Attendance: 11,073
Referee: José Renato Albuquerque Soares (Paraíba)

Tied on points 3–3, Náutico advanced on greater goal difference.

Group 21Edit

February 23 Rio Branco (AC)   2–1   Atlético Paranaense Rio Branco
20:00 (UTC−04:00) Juliano César   28'
Alê   34' (o.g.)
Report Lucas   79' Stadium: Arena da Floresta
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Wagner Reway (Mato Grosso)
March 2 Atlético Paranaense   3–1   Rio Branco (AC) Curitiba
19:30 (UTC−03:00) Guerrón   13'
Lucas   66', 68'
Report Araújo   83' Stadium: Arena da Baixada
Attendance: 9,620
Referee: Paulo Henrique de Godoy Bezerra (Santa Catarina)

Tied on points 3–3, Atlético Paranaense advanced on goal difference.

Group 22Edit

February 24 São José (RS)   1–0   Paulista Porto Alegre
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Xavier   82' Report Stadium: Estádio Passo d'Areia
Attendance: 375
Referee: Jefferson Schmidt (Santa Catarina)
March 2 Paulista   3–0   São José (RS) Jundiaí
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Hernane   19'
Henrique   25'
Barboza   26'
Report Stadium: Estádio Dr. Jayme Pinheiro de Ulhoa Cintra
Attendance: 757
Referee: Cleisson Veloso Pereira (Minas Gerais)

Tied on points 3–3, Paulista advanced on greater goal difference.

Group 23Edit

February 16 São Domingos   0–0   Bahia Aracaju
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Report Stadium: Estádio Estadual Lourival Baptista (Batistão)
Attendance: 2,005
Referee: Nielson Nogueira Dias (Pernambuco)
February 23 Bahia   5–1   São Domingos Salvador
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Marcos   4', 50'
Ramón   35'
Rafael   52', 66'
Report André Saúde   85' Stadium: Estádio Metropolitano Roberto Santos (Pituaçu)
Attendance: 7,754
Referee: João Bosco Sátiro da Nóbrega (Paraíba)

Bahia advanced on points 4–1.

Group 24Edit

February 23 Penarol   2–3   Paysandu Itacoatiara
16:00 (UTC−04:00) Marcos Pezão   28'
Rondinelli   45+1'
Report Sandro Goiano   7'
Mendes   64', 79' (pen.)
Stadium: Estádio Floro de Mendonça
Attendance: 1,772
Referee: Antônio Neuricláudio Costa (Acre)
March 2 Paysandu   2–2   Penarol Belém
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Ciboy   58'
Marcos Pezão   84'
Report Marquinho   90'
Mendes   90+3'
Stadium: Estádio Leônidas Sodré de Castro (Curuzu)
Attendance: 4,868
Referee: Mayron Frederico dos Reis Novais (Maranhão)

Paysandu advance on points 4–1.

Group 25Edit

February 23 River Plate   1–0   Botafogo Aracaju
19:30 (UTC−03:00) Bebeto Oliveira   86' Report Stadium: Estádio Estadual Lourival Baptista (Batistão)
Attendance: 10,497
Referee: Marielson Alves Silva (Bahia)
March 3 Botafogo   1–0
(4–1 p)
  River Plate Rio de Janeiro
21:30 (UTC−03:00) Bebeto   40' (o.g.) Report Stadium: Estádio Olímpico João Havelange (Engenhão)
Attendance: 3,901
Referee: Emerson de Almeida Ferreira (Minas Gerais)

Tied 1–1 on points and equal on goal difference, Botafogo advanced on penalties 4–1.

Group 26Edit

February 16 Gurupi   1–1   Paraná Gurupi
20:00 (UTC−03:00) Wellington   58' Report Kelvin   69' (pen.) Stadium: Estádio Gilberto Resende Rocha (Resendão)
Attendance: 1,109
Referee: Rodrigo Raposo (Distrito Federal)
February 23 Paraná   3–0   Gurupi Curitiba
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Renato   26'
Kelvin   69' (pen.)
Douglas Packer   90'
Report Stadium: Estádio Durival Britto e Silva (Vila Capanema)
Attendance: 1,272
Referee: Raphael Claus (São Paulo)

Paraná advanced on points 4–1.

Group 27Edit

February 23 Vilhena   0–3   Avaí Vilhena
20:00 (UTC−04:00) Report Estrada   4'
William   64', 77'
Stadium: Estádio Arnaldo Lopes Martins (Portal da Amazônia)
Attendance: 1,001
Referee: Alinor Silva da Paixão (Mato Grosso)

Avai advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 28Edit

February 23 Rio Branco (ES)   0–1   Ipatinga Vitória
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Report Léo Medeiros   20' Stadium: Estádio Salvador Venâncio da Costa
Attendance: 1,976
Referee: Rodrigo Nunes de Sá (Rio de Janeiro)

Ipatinga advanced on points 6–0.

Group 29Edit

February 16 Treze   0–3   São Paulo Campina Grande
21:00 (UTC−03:00) Report Dagoberto   10', 26'
Fernandinho   47'
Stadium: Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro (Amigão)
Attendance: 12,350
Referee: Arilson Bispo da Anunciação (Bahia)

São Paulo advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 30Edit

February 23 Coríntians   1–4   Santa Cruz Caicó
21:50 (UTC−03:00) Júnior Juazeiro   10' Report Alexandre Silva   19'
Cléber Goiano   37', 44'
Gilberto   46'
Stadium: Estádio Senador Dinarte Mariz (Marizão)
Attendance: 676
Referee: Francisco de Assis Almeida Filho (Ceará)

Santa Cruz advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 31Edit

February 16 Vitória (ES)   1–4   Goiás Vitória
21:00 (UTC−02:00) Hércules   61' Report Hugo   17'
Toloi   69'
Marcelo Costa   75', 87'
Stadium: Estádio Salvador Venâncio da Costa
Attendance: 1,370
Referee: Emerson de Almeida Ferreira (Minas Gerais)

Goiás advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 32Edit

February 23 Baré   0–1   Ponte Preta Boa Vista
20:00 (UTC−04:00) Report João Paulo   20' Stadium: Estádio Flamarion Vasconcelos
Attendance: 1,070
Referee: Edmar Campos da Encarnação (Amazonas)
March 3 Ponte Preta   (canceled)   Baré Campinas
19:30 (UTC−03:00) Stadium: Estádio Moisés Lucarelli
Referee: Carlos Eduardo Vieira Arêas (Santa Catarina)

Ponte Preta advanced because Baré was eliminated from the competitions by the STJD.

Second phaseEdit

The Second Phase began on March 16 and ended on April 6.

Group 33Edit

March 16 Fortaleza   0–3   Flamengo Fortaleza
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Renato   20'
Wanderley   60'
Diego Maurício   90+1'
Stadium: Estádio Placido Aderaldo Castelo (Castelão)
Attendance: 21,089
Referee: Nielson Nogueira Dias (Pernambuco)

Flamengo advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 34Edit

March 17 Horizonte   1–1   Guarani Horizonte
21:00 UTC−03:00 Siloé   39' Report Fabinho   83' Stadium: Estádio Olímpico Horácio Domingos de Sousa (Domingão)
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: João Bosco Sátiro de Nobrega (Paraíba)
March 30 Guarani   2–2   Horizonte Campinas
21:00 UTC−03:00 Márcio Guerreiro   42'
Dairo   90+1'
Report Diego Palhinha   50', 83' Stadium: Estádio Brinco de Ouro
Attendance: 1,914
Referee: Gutemberg de Paula Fonseca (Rio de Janeiro)

Tied on points 2–2, Horizonte advanced on away goals.

Group 35Edit

Grêmio Prudente advanced on points 4–1.

Group 36Edit

March 16 Brasiliense   0–0   Ceará Taguatinga
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Stadium: Estádio Elmo Serejo Farias (Serejão)
Attendance: 5,109
Referee: Janio Pires Gonçalves (Tocantins)
March 30 Ceará   2–1   Brasiliense Fortaleza
21:50 UTC−03:00 Fabrício   25'
Marcelo Nicácio   90+2'
Report Ruy   7' Stadium: Estádio Placido Aderaldo Castelo (Castelão)
Attendance: 32,179
Referee: Cláudio Mercante (Pernambuco)

Ceará advanced on points 4–1.

Group 37Edit

March 16 Botafogo (PB)   0–1   Caxias João Pessoa
21:00 UTC−03:00 Report Marcelo   63' Stadium: Estádio José Américo de Almeida Filho (Almeidão)
Attendance: 1,463
Referee: Italo Medeiros de Azevedo (Rio Grande do Norte)
April 6 Caxias   3–1   Botafogo (PB) Caxias do Sul
21:00 UTC−03:00 Marcelo   8'
Lima   37'
Gerley   45+1'
Report Charles Wagner   38' Stadium: Estádio Francisco Stédile (Centenário)
Attendance: 2,562
Referee: Wagner Reway (Mato Grosso)

Caxias advanced on points 6–0.

Group 38Edit

March 30 Coritiba   3–1   Atlético Goianiense Curitiba
21:50 UTC−03:00 Anderson Aquino   8', 17'
Éverton Ribeiro   84'
Report Juninho   70' Stadium: Estádio Major Antônio Couto Pereira
Attendance: 9,444
Referee: Vinícius Costa da Costa (Rio Grande do Sul

Coritiba advance on points 6–0.

Group 39Edit

March 16 Uberaba   0–4   Palmeiras Uberaba
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Luan   14', 22'
Kléber   42', 90'
Stadium: Estádio Municipal Engenheiro João Guido (Uberabão)
Attendance: 8,206
Referee: Pablo dos Santos Alves (Espírito Santo)

Palmeiras advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 40Edit

March 16 Sampaio Corrêa   3–2   Santo André São Luís
21:00 UTC−03:00 Bruno Limão   39'
Rone   45', 58'
Report Allan   63'
Célio Codó   76'
Stadium: Estádio Nhozinho Santos
Attendance: 12,855
Referee: Wladyerisson Silva Oliveira (Ceará)

Tied on points 3–3, Santo André advanced on away goals.

Group 41Edit

March 30 ABC   0–0   Vasco da Gama Natal
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Stadium: Estádio Maria Lamas Farache (Frasqueirão)
Attendance: 11,641
Referee: João Bosco Sátiro da Nobrega (Paraíba)
April 6 Vasco da Gama   2–1   ABC Rio de Janeiro
21:50 UTC−03:00 Alecsandro   52' (pen.)
Bernardo   78'
Report Cascata   18' Stadium: Estádio Vasco da Gama (São Januário)
Attendance: 18,009
Referee: Emerson de Almeida Ferreira (Minas Gerais)

Vasco da Gama advanced on points 4–1.

Group 42Edit

March 16 Bangu   0–2   Náutico Rio de Janeiro
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Eduardo Ramos   49', 90' Stadium: Estádio Proletário Guilherme da Silveira (Moça Bonita)
Attendance: 136
Referee: Cleber Welington Abade (São Paulo)

Náutico advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 43Edit

March 16 Paulista   0–2   Atlético Paranaense Jundiaí
19:30 UTC−03:00 Report Nieto   25', 62' Stadium: Estádio Dr. Jayme Pinheiro de Ulhoa Cintra
Attendance: 3,474
Referee: Felipe Gomes da Silva (Rio de Janeiro)

Atlético Paranaense advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Group 44Edit

March 30 Paysandu   0–0   Bahia Belém
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Stadium: Estádio Olímpico do Pará
Attendance: 14,637
Referee: Sandro Meira Ricci (Distrito Federal)
April 6 Bahia   2–1   Paysandu Salvador
21:50 UTC−03:00 Souza   31' (pen.), 41' Report Zé Augusto   55' Stadium: Estádio Metropolitano Roberto Santos (Pituaçu)
Attendance: 15,301
Referee: Luiz Flávio de Oliveira (São Paulo)

Bahia advance on points 4–1.

Group 45Edit

March 30 Paraná   1–2   Botafogo Curitiba
19:30 UTC−03:00 Rodrigo Defendi   16' Report Antônio Carlos   15'
Willian   47'
Stadium: Estádio Durival Britto e Silva (Vila Capanema)
Attendance: 4,490
Referee: Elmo Alves Resende Cunha (Goiás)
April 6 Botafogo   3–0   Paraná Rio de Janeiro
21:50 UTC−03:00 Abreu   29', 54'
Caio   88' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Estádio Olímpico João Havelange (Engenhão)
Attendance: 6,014
Referee: Cleber Wellington Abade (São Paulo)

Botafogo advanced on points 6–0.

Group 46Edit

March 16 Ipatinga   1–1   Avaí Ipatinga
21:00 UTC−03:00 Pedro Paulo   52' Report Rafael Coelho   88' Stadium: Estádio Municipal Epaminondas Mendes Brito (Ipatingão)
Attendance: 1,280
Referee: Guilherme Cereta de Lima (São Paulo)
March 30 Avaí   4–1   Ipatinga Florianópolis
21:50 UTC−03:00 Rafael Coelho   13', 34', 71'
Acleisson   64'
Report Julinho   3' (o.g) Stadium: Estádio Aderbal Ramos da Silva (Ressacada)
Attendance: 4,148
Referee: Márcio Cristiano Brum Coruja (Rio Grande do Sul)

Group 47Edit

March 30 Santa Cruz   1–0   São Paulo Recife
21:50 UTC−03:00 Rodrigo Souto   34' (o.g.) Report Stadium: Estádio José do Rego Maciel (Arruda)
Attendance: 46,681
Referee: Marielson Alves Silva (Bahia)
April 6 São Paulo   2–0   Santa Cruz São Paulo
21:50 UTC−03:00 Rhodolfo   9'
Ilsinho   72'
Report Stadium: Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi)
Attendance: 21,066
Referee: Gutemberg de Paula Fonseca (Rio de Janeiro)

Tied on points, São Paulo advanced on better goal difference.

Group 48Edit

March 31 Ponte Preta   0–3   Goiás Campinas
19:30 UTC−03:00 Report Guto   10', 31'
Felipe Amorim   47'
Stadium: Estádio Moisés Lucarelli
Attendance: 3,085
Referee: Paulo Henrique de Godoy Bezerra (Santa Catarina)

Goiás advanced because they won by at least two goals as the visiting team in the first game.

Round of 16Edit

The Round of 16 began on April 13 and ended on April 27.

Group 49Edit

April 20 Flamengo   1–1   Horizonte Rio de Janeiro
21:50 UTC−03:00 Wanderley   17' Report Elanardo   39' (pen.) Stadium: Estádio Olímpico João Havelange (Engenhão)
Attendance: 9,029
Referee: Wagner Reway (Mato Grosso)
April 27 Horizonte   0–3   Flamengo Horizonte
21:50 UTC−03:00 Report Rafael Galhardo   9'
Deivid   48'
Willians   81'
Stadium: Estádio Olímpico Horácio Domingos de Sousa (Domingão)
Attendance: 5,058
Referee: Heber Roberto Lopes (Paraná)

Flamengo advanced on points 4–1.

Group 50Edit

April 21 Ceará   2–1   Grêmio Prudente Horizonte
21:00 UTC−03:00 Geraldo   56' (pen.)
Washington   89'
Report Alceu   83' Stadium: Estádio Olímpico Horácio Domingos de Sousa (Domingão)
Attendance: 7,626
Referee: Claudio Mercante (Pernambuco)

Ceará advanced on points 6–0.

Group 51Edit

April 14 Cortiba   4–0   Caxias Curitiba
20:30 UTC−03:00 Davi   21'
Bill   43', 78'
Rafinha   51'
Report Stadium: Estádio Major Antônio Couto Pereira
Attendance: 12,677
Referee: Antônio Frederico de Carvalho Schneider (Rio de Janeiro)