Marília Atlético Clube

Not to be confused with Marília Futebol Clube.
Full name Marília Atlético Clube
Nickname(s) MAC ("Marília Atlético Club" abbreviated)
Tigre (Tiger)
Alviceleste (Sky blue and white)
Founded April 12, 1942
Ground Bento de Abreu, Marília, Brazil
Ground Capacity 17,500
Chairman Antonio Carlos Souza Vieira "Sojinha"
Manager Ivan Izzo
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
2011 Série C, 18th (relegated)

Marília Atlético Clube, or Marília as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Marília in São Paulo, founded on April 12, 1942.

Home stadium is the Bento de Abreu, with a capacity of 19,800. They play in light blue shirts, white shorts and socks.


Marília was founded on April 12, 1942, as Esporte Clube Comercial. The club name was very unpopular, and on July 11, 1947, a General Assembly changed the name of the club to Marília Atlético Clube.

On April 19, 1954, Marília took a leave of its official football activities. On July 7, 1969, Marília returned to its football activities.


1971, 2002


Marília's stadium is Estádio Bento de Abreu, inaugurated in 1967, with a maximum capacity of 18,000 people.[1]

Symbols and colors

Marília's mascot is a tiger, and was chose in 1969, in a popular contest. The original colors of Marília were red and white.


Current squad

As of February, 2015

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Brazil GK Rodrigo Calchi
Brazil GK Marcos Galleti
Brazil DF Alex Bruno
Brazil DF Deca
Brazil DF Evandro
Brazil DF Marcus Vinícius
Brazil DF Rafael Mineiro
Brazil DF Robert Gago
Brazil DF Roni
Brazil DF Thiago Gomes
Brazil MF Bruno Farias
Brazil MF Caíque
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Daniel Costa
Brazil MF Fabiano Gadelha
Brazil MF Gil Bahia
Brazil MF Gilberto
Brazil MF Juninho Ortega
Brazil MF Leomir
Brazil MF Lucas Surcin
Brazil MF Thiago Elias
Brazil MF Vítor Cruz
Brazil FW Leandro Costa
Brazil FW Netinho
Brazil FW Wellington Amorim

First-team staff

Coach Luís dos Reis  Brazil


  1. "Abreuzão" (in Portuguese). Templos do Futebol. Retrieved 2009-01-02.

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