Campeonato Amapaense

Campeonato Amapaense is the football league of the State of Amapá, Brazil. It is organized by the Amapá State Football Federation.

Campeonato Amapaense
Founded1944
Country Brazil
ConfederationCBF
Federação Amapaense de Futebol
Number of teams7
Domestic cup(s)Copa Verde
Copa do Brasil
Current championsTrem (7th title)
(2021)
Most championshipsMacapá (17 titles)
Websitehttp://www.fafamapa.com.br/
Current: 2022 Campeonato Amapaense

FormatEdit

First Stage

  • Standard round-robin, in which all teams play each other once.
  • Single leg playoff between the top 2 teams. The winner of this playoff qualifies for the championship final.

Second Stage

  • Standard round-robin, in which all teams play each other once.
  • Single leg playoff between the top 2 teams. The winner of this playoff qualifies for the championship final.

Third stage (if necessary)

  • Home-and-away playoff with the winners of the first and second stages.

If a team wins both stages (first and second) it is crowned the champion. If not, the third stage is disputed, and the winner is crowned the champion.

The two teams last placed overall are relegated.

As in any other Brazilian soccer championship, the format can change every year.

ClubsEdit

2022 edition[1]

Club Home city 2021 result
Independente Santana 6th
Macapá Macapá 5th
Oratório Macapá Not played
Santana Santana 7th
Santos Macapá 2nd
São Paulo Macapá 3rd
Trem Macapá 1st

Others clubs

List of championsEdit

Amateur eraEdit

Season Champions
1944 Panair[a] (1)
1945 Amapá (1)
1946 Macapá (2)
1947 Macapá (3)
1947 Macapá (4)
1949 Macapá (5)
1950 Amapá (2)
1951 Amapá (3)
1952 Trem (1)
1953 Amapá (4)
1954 Macapá (6)
1955 Macapá (7)
1956 Macapá (8)
1957 Macapá (9)
1958 Macapá (10)
1959 Macapá (11)
1960 Santana (1)
1961 Santana (2)
1962 Santana (3)
1963 CEA (1)
1964 Juventus (1)
1965 Santana (4)
1966 Juventus (2)
1967 Juventus (3)
1968 Santana (5)
1969 Macapá (12)
1970 São José (1)
1971 São José (2)
1972 Santana (6)
São José (3)
1973 Amapá (5)
1974 Macapá (13)
1975 Amapá (6)
1976 Ypiranga (1)
1977 Guarany (1)
1978 Macapá (14)
1979 Amapá (7)
1980 Macapá (15)
1981 Macapá (16)
1982 Independente (1)
1983 Independente (2)
1984 Trem (2)
1985 Santana (7)
1986 Amapá (8)
1987 Amapá (9)
1988 Amapá (10)
1989 Independente (3)
1990 Amapá (11)
Names change
  1. ^
    Panair is the currently EC Macapá.

Professional eraEdit

Season Champions Runners-up
1991 Macapá (17) Amapá
1992 Ypiranga (2) Trem
1993 São José (4) Amapá
1994 Ypiranga (3) Macapá
1995 Independente (4) Cristal
1996 Not held
1997 Ypiranga (4) São José
1998 Aliança (1) Amapá
1999 Ypiranga (5) Aliança
2000 Santos (1) Mazagão
2001 Independente (5) São José
2002 Ypiranga (6) Independente
2003 Ypiranga (7) Independente
2004 Ypiranga (8) São José
2005 São José (5) Amapá
2006 São José (6) Amapá
2007 Trem (3) Cristal
2008 Cristal (1) São José
2009 São José (7) Santana
2010 Trem (4) Santana
2011 Trem (5) Santos
2012 Oratório (1) Ypiranga
2013 Santos (2) Macapá
2014 Santos (3) São Paulo
2015 Santos (4) Trem
2016 Santos (5) Trem
2017 Santos (6) Macapá
2018 Ypiranga (9) Santos
2019 Santos (7) Ypiranga
2020 Ypiranga (10) Santana
2021 Trem (6) Santos
2022 Trem (7) Independente

Titles by teamEdit

Teams in bold stills active.[2]

Rank Club Winners Winning years
1 Macapá 17 1944, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1969, 1974, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1986, 1991
2 Amapá 11 1945, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1973, 1975, 1979, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990
3 Ypiranga 10 1976, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2018, 2020
4 Santana 7 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965, 1968, 1972 (shared), 1985
Santos 2000, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
São José 1970, 1971, 1972 (shared), 1993, 2005, 2006, 2009
Trem 1952, 1984, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2021, 2022
8 Independente 5 1982, 1983, 1989, 1995, 2001
9 Juventus 3 1964, 1966, 1967
10 Aliança 1 1998
CEA 1963
Cristal 2008
Guarany 1977
Oratório 2012

By cityEdit

City Championships Clubs
  Macapá 66 Macapá (17), Amapá (11), Ypiranga (10), Santos (7), São José (7), Trem (7), Juventus (3), CEA (1), Cristal (1), Guarany (1), Oratório (1)
  Santana 13 Santana (7), Independente (5), Aliança (1)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Federação apresenta oficialmente o Amapazão 2022 com desistência do Ypiranga e VAR na final". Globoesporte (in Portuguese). 20 April 2022.
  2. ^ "Histórico" [History] (in Brazilian Portuguese). Federação Amapaense de Futebol. Retrieved 14 February 2021.

External linksEdit