Campeonato Rondoniense

The Campeonato Rondoniense is the football league of the state of Rondônia, Brazil. Between 1945 and 1990, the league was an amateur competition. The professional league started in 1991.

Campeonato Rondoniense
Founded1945 (amateur era)
1991 (professional era)
CountryBrazil
ConfederationCBF
Federação de Futebol do Estado de Rondônia
Number of teams11
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toCampeonato Rondoniense Second Division
Domestic cup(s)Copa do Brasil, Copa Verde
Current championsReal Ariquemes (3rd title)
(2022)
Most championshipsFerroviário (17 titles, amateur era)
Ji-Paraná (9 titles, professional era)
Websiteffer.com.br
Current: 2020 Campeonato Rondoniense

FormatEdit

First Division

  • First stage: double round-robin, in which all teams play each other home-and-away games.
  • Second stage: home-and-away playoffs with the top 4 teams of the first stage.

The winner of the second stage is crowned the champion.

The team last placed in the first stage is relegated to the second division.

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

ClubsEdit

First Division

Second Division

List of championsEdit

Amateur eraEdit

Liga de Futebol de Porto VelhoEdit

Season Champions
1945 Ypiranga (1)
1946 Ferroviário (1)
1947 Ferroviário (2)
1948 Ferroviário (3)
1949 Ferroviário (4)
1950 Ferroviário (5)
1951 Ferroviário (6)
1952 Ferroviário (7)
1953 Ypiranga (2)
1954 Moto Clube (1)
1955 Ferroviário (8)
1956 Flamengo (1)
1957 Ferroviário (9)
1958 Ferroviário (10)
1959 Ypiranga (3)
1960 Flamengo (2)
1961 Flamengo (3)
1962 Flamengo (4)
1963 Ferroviário (11)
1964 Ypiranga (4)
1965 Flamengo (5)
1966 Flamengo (6)
1967 Flamengo (7)
1968 Moto Clube (2)
1969 Moto Clube (3)
1970 Ferroviário (12)
1971 Moto Clube (4)
1972 Moto Clube (5)
1973 São Domingos (1)
1974 Botafogo (1)
1975 Moto Clube (6)
1976 Moto Clube (7)
1977 Moto Clube (8)
1978 Ferroviário (13)
1979 Ferroviário (14)
1980 Moto Clube (9)
1981 Moto Clube (10)

Liga de Futebol de RondôniaEdit

Season Champions
1982 Flamengo (8)
1983 Flamengo (9)
1984 Ypiranga (5)
1985 Flamengo (10)
1986 Ferroviário (15)
1987 São Paulo de Vilhena (1)
1988 Ferroviário (16)
1989 Ferroviário (17)
1990 Not held

Professional eraEdit

Season Champions Runners-up
1991 Ji-Paraná (1) Ferroviário
1992 Ji-Paraná (2) Grêmio Espigão
1993 SE Ariquemes (1) Porto Velho FC
1994 SE Ariquemes (2) Ji-Paraná
1995 Ji-Paraná (3) Pinheiros
1996 Ji-Paraná (4) SE Ariquemes
1997 Ji-Paraná (5) Ouro Preto
1998 Ji-Paraná (6) Guajará
1999 Ji-Paraná (7) Pinheiros
2000 Guajará (1) Genus
2001 Ji-Paraná (8) União Cacoalense
2002 CFA (1) União Cacoalense
2003 União Cacoalense (1) CFA
2004 União Cacoalense (2) Ji-Paraná
2005 Vilhena (1) Ji-Paraná
2006 Ulbra Ji-Paraná (1) Vinhena
2007 Ulbra Ji-Paraná (2) Jaruense
2008 Ulbra Ji-Paraná (3) Vinhena
2009 Vilhena (2) Genus
2010 Vilhena (3) Ariquemes FC
2011 Espigão (1) Ariquemes FC
2012 Ji-Paraná (9) Espigão
2013 Vilhena (4) Pimentense
2014 Vilhena (5) Ariquemes FC
2015 Genus (1) Vilhena
2016 Rondoniense (1) Genus
2017 Real Ariquemes (1) Barcelona
2018 Real Ariquemes (2) Barcelona
2019 Vilhenense (1) Ji-Paraná
2020 Porto Velho EC (1) Real Ariquemes
2021 Porto Velho EC (2) Real Ariquemes
2022 Real Ariquemes (3) União Cacoalense

Titles by teamEdit

Teams in bold stills active.

Rank Club Winners Winning years
1 Ferroviário 17 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1963, 1970, 1978, 1979, 1986, 1988, 1989
2 Flamengo 10 1956, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1982, 1983, 1985
Moto Clube 1954, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1981
4 Ji-Paraná 9 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2012
5 Vilhena 5 2005, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014
Ypiranga 1945, 1953, 1959, 1964, 1984
7 Real Ariquemes 3 2017, 2018, 2022
Ulbra 2006, 2007, 2008
9 Porto Velho EC 2 2020, 2021
SE Ariquemes 1993, 1994
União Cacoalense 2003, 2004
12 Botafogo 1 1974
CFA 2002
Espigão 2011
Genus 2015
Guajará 2000
Rondoniense 2016
São Domingos 1973
São Paulo 1987
Vilhenense 2019

By cityEdit

City Championships Clubs
  Porto Velho 49 Ferroviário (17), Flamengo (10), Moto Clube (10), Ypiranga (5), Porto Velho EC (2), Botafogo (1), CFA (1), Genus (1), Rondoniense (1), São Domingos (1)
  Ji-Paraná 12 Ji-Paraná (9), Ulbra (3)
  Vilhena 7 Vilhena (5), São Paulo (1), Vilhenense (1)
  Ariquemes 5 Real Ariquemes (3), SE Ariquemes (2)
  Cacoal 2 União Cacoalense (2)
  Espigão d'Oeste 1 Espigão (1)
  Guajará-Mirim 1 Guajará (1)

External linksEdit