|Full name||Carlos Renato de Abreu|
|Date of birth||9 June 1978|
|Place of birth||São Paulo, Brazil|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 December 2013|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 12 March 2013
Specialising in free kicks and long shots, Renato was recognised by the press and fans one of the most important players in Flamengo's triumph in the 2006 Copa do Brasil, and the Campeonato Brasileiro of the same year being named in the team of the year.
Renato starts his soccer career in Santa Catarina playing at Marcílio Dias and Joinville. In 2000, he moved away to São Paulo and played for União Barbarense. A year later, Renato was transferred to Guarani.
In 2005, Renato arrived at Flamengo was considered one of the club's best players during his time, between 2005 and 2007. Renato has been the Flamengo's top scorer in two seasons (2005 and 2006), won the 2006 Copa do Brasil, against Vasco da Gama. During 2006 and 2007 he was the team's captain. In 2007, he continued playing well and winning championships such Taça Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro State League. But on 10 July 2007, Flamengo announced his transfer to Al-Nasr, a club in the UAE from where he moved to Al-Shabab.
In 2011, he was called up by coach Mano Menezes for the national team for the first leg of the Superclasico de las Américas against Argentina; Renato played 61 minutes and was replaced by Oscar, having a discrete participation in the eventual 0–0 draw. Brazil eventually won 2–0 on aggregate, and Renato did not play in the second leg.
- (Correct as of March 12, 2013[update])
|Club||Season||Carioca League||Brazilian Série A||Copa do Brasil||Copa Libertadores||Copa Sudamericana||Total|
- Copa do Brasil: 2006 2013
- Taça Guanabara: 2007, 2011
- Taça Rio: 2011
- Rio de Janeiro State League: 2007, 2011
- Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão#2006
- Flamengo official website (in Portuguese)
- Flestatística (in Portuguese)
- "Campeão, São Paulo domina a seleção do Brasileiro" (in Portuguese). Terra. December 4, 2006. Retrieved June 21, 2009.
- Carlos Renato de Abreu at the Brazilian FA database (in Portuguese)
- CBF (in Portuguese)