Campeonato Brasileiro Série D

The Campeonato Brasileiro Série D (Brazilian Championship Serie D) is the fourth division of the Brazilian football league system, and was announced by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) on April 9, 2008. The Campeonato Brasileiro Série D was formed from the split of the Série C, keeping its best 20 clubs and playing double round robin as does the top three divisions. The Série D keeps the same format of the older Série C, but with participation limited to 40 clubs recognized by the state federation.[2] In 2016 the Série D was expanded to 68 clubs, but in 2022 it will be reduced to 64 clubs.

Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
Brasileiro Série D logo.png
Founded2009
Country Brazil
ConfederationCONMEBOL
Number of teams68[1]
Level on pyramid4
Promotion toGreen Arrow Up.svg Série C
Current championsAparecidense
(2021)
Most championshipsAparecidense
Botafogo-SP
Botafogo-PB
Brusque
Ferroviário
Guarany de Sobral
Mirassol
Operário Ferroviário
Sampaio Corrêa
São Raimundo
Tombense
Tupi
Volta Redonda
(1 title each)
TV partnersEleven Sports
TV Brasil
WebsiteOfficial website
Current: 2022 Campeonato Brasileiro Série D

Champions of Série DEdit

The following table shows the winners and runners-up of the Série D tournaments played since its beginning in 2009, according to the Brazilian Football Confederation:[3]

Year Winners Score Runners-up Comments
2009
Details
 
São Raimundo (PA)
2–3
2–1
 
Macaé (RJ)
São Raimundo won on away goals
2010
Details
 
Guarany de Sobral (CE)
 
Madureira (RJ)
Finalist América (AM) was declared guilty of fielding a suspended player in the Quarter-finals against Joinville.
2011
Details
 
Tupi (MG)
1–0
2–0
 
Santa Cruz (PE)
2012
Details
 
Sampaio Corrêa (MA)
1–1
2–0
 
CRAC (GO)
2013
Details
 
Botafogo (PB)
1–2
2–0
 
Juventude (RS)
2014
Details
 
Tombense (MG)
0–0
0–0
 
Brasil de Pelotas (RS)
Tombense won 4–2 on penalties.
2015
Details
 
Botafogo (SP)
3–2
0–0
 
Ríver (PI)
2016
Details
 
Volta Redonda (RJ)
0–0
4–0
 
CSA (AL)
2017
Details
 
Operário Ferroviário (PR)
5–0
0–1
 
Globo (RN)
2018
Details
 
Ferroviário (CE)
3–0
0–1
 
Treze (PB)
2019
Details
 
Brusque (SC)
2–2
2–2
 
Manaus (AM)
Brusque won 6–5 on penalties.
2020
Details
 
Mirassol (SP)
1–0
1–0
 
Floresta (CE)
2021
Details
 
Aparecidense (GO)
1–0
1–1
 
Campinense (PB)

PerformancesEdit

By clubEdit

Performance in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D by club
Club Won Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
  Aparecidense 1 0 2021
  Botafogo-PB 1 0 2013
  Botafogo-SP 1 0 2015
  Brusque 1 0 2019
  Ferroviário 1 0 2018
  Guarany de Sobral 1 0 2010
  Mirassol 1 0 2020
  Operário Ferroviário 1 0 2017
  Sampaio Corrêa 1 0 2012
  São Raimundo 1 0 2009
  Tombense 1 0 2014
  Tupi 1 0 2011
  Volta Redonda 1 0 2016
  Brasil de Pelotas 0 1 2014
  Campinense 0 1 2021
  CRAC 0 1 2012
  CSA 0 1 2016
  Floresta 0 1 2020
  Globo 0 1 2017
  Juventude 0 1 2013
  Macaé 0 1 2009
  Madureira 0 1 2010
  Manaus 0 1 2019
  Ríver 0 1 2015
  Santa Cruz 0 1 2011
  Treze 0 1 2018

By stateEdit

Performance by state
State Winners Runners-up
  Ceará 2 1
  Minas Gerais 2 0
  São Paulo 2 0
  Paraíba 1 2
  Rio de Janeiro 1 2
  Goiás 1 1
  Maranhão 1 0
  Pará 1 0
  Paraná 1 0
  Santa Catarina 1 0
  Rio Grande do Sul 0 2
  Alagoas 0 1
  Amazonas 0 1
  Pernambuco 0 1
  Piauí 0 1
  Rio Grande do Norte 0 1

ParticipationsEdit

Most appearancesEdit

As of 2022 season

Below is the list of clubs that have more appearances in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D.

Club App First Last
Central 11 2009 2021
Aparecidense 9 2012 2021
Campinense 9 2012 2021
Caldense 8 2015 2022
Metropolitano 8 2010 2017
Moto Club 8 2009 2022
Rio Branco (AC) 8 2014 2022
Santos (AP) 8 2012 2020
Sergipe 8 2009 2022
Itabaiana 7 2012 2021
Nacional (AM) 7 2009 2020
São Raimundo (RR) 7 2014 2022
Villa Nova (MG) 7 2011 2020

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "CBF atende federações, confirma ampliação, e Série D terá 68 clubes" (in Portuguese). GloboEsporte.com. 2016-03-22. Retrieved 2016-03-22.
  2. ^ "CBF enxuga Série C e cria a D em 2009" (in Portuguese). GloboEsporte.com. 2008-04-09. Archived from the original on 2008-12-26. Retrieved 2009-06-25.
  3. ^ (in Portuguese) "Campeões" (in Portuguese). CBF. Archived from the original on 2010-05-27. Retrieved November 22, 2010.

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