Mogi Mirim Esporte Clube

Mogi Mirim Esporte Clube, commonly called Mogi Mirim, is a Brazilian football team from Mogi Mirim in São Paulo, founded 1 February 1932.

Full nameMogi Mirim Esporte Clube
Nickname(s)Sapão (Big Toad)
FoundedFebruary 1, 1932; 87 years ago (1932-02-01)
GroundEstádio Vail Chaves,
Mogi Mirim, Brazil
LeagueCampeonato Paulista
2019Campeonato Paulista Serie A2, TBD
WebsiteClub website

The team's home ground is the Papa João Paulo II (Pope John Paul II) stadium, which has a capacity of 19,900. Mogi Mirim plays in red shirts, shorts and socks.


The club was founded on February 1, 1932, and since its first year the club has been competing in tournaments organized by the Federação Paulista de Futebol (Paulista Football Federation). The club became a professional team in the 1950s, but its results were poor at the beginning. In the 1980s, after the arrival of Wilson de Barros as club president, Mogi Mirim began to see results and eventually was promoted to the Campeonato Paulista first division. The club was relegated to the second division in 1994, but was promoted again to the first division the following year.

In 2008, Rivaldo, who is one of the most famous Brazilian footballers, became the chairman of the club.[1]

In December 2014, Rivaldo put the club up for sale on Instagram.[2]

Current squadEdit

Correct as of 2016. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
  GK André
  GK Daniel
  GK Mauro
  DF Biel
  DF Diego Gaúcho
  DF Leonardo
  DF Luan
  DF Michel
  DF Vinicíus
  DF Valdir
  DF Wagner Silva
  MF Dunguinha
  MF Elvis
  MF Everton Sena
  MF Gustavo
No. Position Player
  MF Hygor
  MF João Lucas
  MF Junior Bahia
  MF Marlon
  MF Maycon
  MF Romário
  MF Romildo Neto
  MF Thomas Anderson
  MF Val
  MF Vitinho
  FW Daniel Silva
  FW Jorge Elias
  FW Magrão


The Romildo Vitor Gomes Ferreira stadium was previously known as Papa João Paulo II, named after Pope John Paul II, but after the ex-player Rivaldo became the club's president, he decided to change the stadium's name after his father's name.

Former coachesEdit



  1. ^ "Pentacampeão Rivaldo é o novo presidente do Mogi Mirim" (in Portuguese). Estadão. October 9, 2008. Retrieved November 17, 2004.
  2. ^ "Rivaldo puts club up for sale on Instagram". zeenews.india. December 3, 2014. Retrieved December 3, 2014.

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