Campeonato Brasileiro Júnior Year Champion Runner-up I 1978 Rio de Janeiro Rio Grande do Sul II 1979 Rio de Janeiro São Paulo III 1980 Rio Grande do Sul Minas Gerais IV 1981 Rio Grande do Sul Piauí V 1982 São Paulo Rio de Janeiro VI 1983 Paraná Rio de Janeiro VII 1984 Rio Grande do Sul Rio de Janeiro VIII 1985 São Paulo Rio Grande do Sul IX 1986 Rio de Janeiro Rio Grande do Sul Campeonato Brasileiro Juvenil (Taça Paulo Goulart) Year Champion Runner-up 1953 Guanabara Minas Gerais Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-19 Year Champion Runner-up 2002 Minas Gerais Rio Grande do Sul Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-17 Year Champion Runner-up 2002 Rio Grande do Sul Bahia Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-15 Year Champion Runner-up 2001 Minas Gerais Pernambuco 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 inaugurated 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.
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Authors: Lisandro Pavan and Santiago Reis da Cruz.
Last updated: 02 May 2022
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