Brazil -- Championships of State Selections - List of Topscorers [This championship between representative sides from the respective states was not disputed on a regular basis.] 1922 - unknown 1923 - Tatu (São Paulo) e Junqueira (D. Federal) 3 goals 1924 - Lagarto e Nilo (Distrito Federal) 6 goals 1925 - Nilo (D. Federal) e Manteiga (Bahia) 6 goals 1926 - Petronilho de Brito (São Paulo) 13 goals 1927 - Nilo (Distrito Federal) 12 goals 1928 - Mário Seixas (Bahia) e Stacco (Paraná) 7 goals 1929 - Russinho (Distrito Federal) 12 goals 1930 - not played 1931 - Oswaldo (Pernambuco) 8 goals 1930 - not played 1933 - Waldemar, Hércules (SP), Canhoto e Said (MG) 4 goals 1934 - Mendes (São Paulo) 7 goals (professional) unknown (amateur) 1935 - Sá (Distrito Federal) 4 goals (professional) unknown (amateur) 1936-1943 unknown 1944 - Tará e Siduca (Pernambuco) 7 goals 1945 - not played 1946-1987 unknown Obs.: Until 1959, "Distrito Federal" means the Brazilian capital (corresponding only to the city of Rio de Janeiro). There was also a state of Rio de Janeiro (corresponding to the countryside of the current Rio de Janeiro state), which never won the Brazilian Championship. In 1960, the former Distrito Federal was renamed to Guanabara state and the recently inaugrated city of Brasília became the new Distrito Federal, which never won the Brazilian Championship. Finally, in 1975, the states of Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro were merged, becoming the current state of Rio de Janeiro, which won the Brazilian Championship of 1987.
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Author: Marcos Antonio Henriques Pinheiro
Last updated: 04 Feb 2006
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