|Full name||Elba de Pádua Lima|
|Date of birth||20 February 1915|
|Place of birth||Rifaina, Brazil|
|Date of death||7 July 1984(aged 69)|
|Place of death||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|1947–1949||Olaria (player manager)|
|1948–1950||Botafogo-SP (player manager)|
|1950–1951||Atlético Junior (player manager)|
|1970||Vasco da Gama|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Tim was born in Rifaina, São Paulo. During his career, which spanned from 1931 to 1951, he played for Brazilian clubs Botafogo-SP, Portuguesa Santista, Fluminense, and Olaria; he won five Rio de Janeiro State Tournaments (1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941). He retired in Colombia with Atlético Junior of Barranquilla. He was also a member of the Brazilian national team, for whom he participated at the 1938 FIFA World Cup, playing one match against Czechoslovakia, and at the South American Championship 1942, where he scored one goal.
44 years after participating in the World Cup as a player, Tim was the manager of the Peru national football team at the 1982 World Cup, in what is the longest interval ever between an individual's World Cup participations, and the longest World Cup career overall. Two years after the 1982 World Cup, he died in Rio de Janeiro at the age of 69. He coached Bangu. In 1968, he was Primera División Argentina champion with San Lorenzo de Almagro.
- Campeonato Carioca (4): 1936, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941
- San Lorenzo
- Vasco da Gama
- Campeonato Carioca (1): 1970
-  Archived 12 November 2009 at the Wayback Machine
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- Tim at Sambafoot