Red Bull Brasil

Full name Red Bull Brasil
Nickname(s) Toro Loko
RB Brasil
Founded November 19, 2007
Ground Estádio Moisés Lucarelli
Campinas, SP
Ground Capacity 19,722
Owner Austria Red Bull GmbH
Chairman Pedro Francisco Navio
Manager Alberto Valentim
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
Campeonato Paulista
Série D, Group stage
Paulistão, 7th

Red Bull Brasil is a Brazilian football club located in Campinas, São Paulo founded on November 19, 2007. The club is owned by Red Bull GmbH, and competes in Campeonato Paulista, the top flight of football in the state.

The team play at the Estádio Moisés Lucarelli, which it shares with Ponte Preta.


In 2009 the team won the Campeonato Paulista Segunda Divisão, the fourth tier of the São Paulo state professional football championship in its second season. In 2010 the team managed the next promotion after winning the Campeonato Paulista Série A3 2010 season. In 2010 the team reached the final of the Copa Paulista, the São Paulo state cup tournament in its first year eligible to that competition.

The 2011 season turned out unsuccessful for Red Bull Brasil. The league's first phase was ended with an 8-4-6 win-draw-loss record, resulting in a fifth place, thus failing on to move to phase 2 by 4 points.

2012 was much more successful for the club. They finished in 3rd in the regular season in Campeonato Paulista Série A2[1] but were then knocked out in the semi final stage, finishing 3rd in their group.[2]

The team was the 2014 Campeonato Paulista Série A2 runner-up and was promoted to the Campeonato Paulista Série A1.[3] In 2015, the team reached the quarter-finals, where they lost to São Paulo FC. With the 6th overall place, the team qualified to the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D, where they did not advance to playoffs.

In 2016, the team again reached quarter-finals of the Campeonato Paulista Série A1, then lost to Corinthians. The team qualified to the Copa do Brasil, losing in first round to América Mineiro.


As of 20 April 2016.[4]

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 Kewin
Brazil GK Saulo
Brazil GK Tiago
Brazil DF Bruno
Brazil DF Renan
Brazil DF Vitor Hugo
Brazil DF Diego Sacoman
Brazil DF Dráusio
Brazil DF Igor
Brazil DF Willian Rocha
Brazil MF Arthur Caculé
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Nando Carandina
Brazil MF Luan
Brazil MF Maylson
Brazil MF Rafael Costa
Brazil MF Willian Magrão
Brazil FW Igor Sartori (on loan from Flamengo)
Brazil FW João Gabriel
Brazil FW Maxwell
Brazil FW Misael
Brazil FW Roger
Brazil FW Wellington

Head coaches

Season results

reached 3rd Phase (5th to 8th place)[5]
eliminated 1st Phase[8]
eliminated 2nd Phase (5th to 8th place)
eliminated 2nd Phase (5th to 8th place)
runner-up. Promoted to Campeonato Paulista
eliminated Quarter-finals (6th place)
eliminated Quarter-finals (7th place)


See also


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