União Bandeirante Futebol Clube

União Bandeirante Futebol Clube, usually known as União Bandeirante was a football team from the city of Bandeirantes, in the state of Paraná, Brazil.

União Bandeirante
Full nameUnião Bandeirante Futebol Clube
Founded15 November 1964
Dissolved4 August 2006
GroundComendador Luís Serafim Meneghel
Capacity8,000

History edit

On November 15, 1964, União Bandeirante Futebol Clube was founded [1] as Usina Bandeirante Futebol Clube. Then the club and another club form the same city, Guarani, fused, and the new club was named União Bandeirante Futebol Clube.

In 2006, the club was deactivated by its owners, who are the sons of Serafim Meneghel, who was the club's patron.[2]

Achievements edit

Stadium edit

União Bandeirante Futebol Clube's home matches are usually played at Comendador Luís Serafim Meneghel stadium (also known as Estádio Vila Maria),[1] which has a maximum capacity of 8,000 people.[3]

Mascots edit

There are three club mascots: the Caçula Milionário (Millionnaire Youngster), the Bêbado (Drunken Man) and the Caipira (Hillbilly) [4] The first mascot, the Caçula Milionário, was created in the 1960s.[5]

Club colors edit

The club colors are black and white [1]

References edit

  1. ^ a b c (in Portuguese) União Bandeirante at Arquivo de Clubes
  2. ^ Especial Placar – Guia 2007. Editora Abril: São Paulo, 2007
  3. ^ (in Portuguese) Templos do Futebol
  4. ^ (in Portuguese) Official data at the official website
  5. ^ (in Portuguese) Trivia at the official website

External links edit