Sertãozinho Futebol Clube

Full name Sertãozinho Futebol Clube
Founded August 6, 1944
Stadium Frederico Dalmaso, Sertãozinho, São Paulo state, Brazil
Ground Capacity 15,074
President Antônio Aparecido Savegnago
Head coach Júlio Sérgio

Sertãozinho Futebol Clube, usually known simply as Sertãozinho, is a Brazilian football club from Sertãozinho, São Paulo state.


On August 6, 1944, [1] the club was founded by a group of sportsmen. Sertãozinho's first president was Enéas Sílvio Bordin.[2]

Between 1944 and 1969, the club only disputed amateur competitions, like Liga Ribeirãopretana de Futebol (Ribeirão Preto Football League) in the 1950s. At that time, Sertãozinho's greatest rival was Mogiana.[3]

In 1963, the club closed its football section. In 1969, the football section was reopened, using mostly São Paulinho Futebol Clube players.[3]

In 1971, Sertãozinho won its first title, the Campeonato Paulista Third Level, beating Rio Claro EC in the final. The club was thus promoted to the following year's second level.[2]

In 2004, the club won again the Campeonato Paulista Third Level, beating Mirassol in the final 3-0.[4]

In 2007, Sertãozinho disputed the Campeonato Paulista top level for the first time.[5] Its first game was against São Paulo Futebol Clube, at Frederico Dalmaso stadium. São Paulo won 3-1.[6]



Sertãozinho's home stadium is Estádio Frederico Dalmaso,[7] nicknamed Fredericão, meaning Big Frederico, built in 1968 and with a maximum capacity of 15,074 people.[8]

The club also trains at a training ground named Centro de Treinamento Frederico Dalmazo.[9]

Club colors

White and grenadine red are the club's official colors.[7]

Mascot and nickname

Sertãozinho's mascot is a bull, named Touro dos Canaviais, which means Sugar Cane Plantations Bull. The bull was chosen after the club played against Barretos, whose mascot is a bull.[3] Commander Alcídio Balbo was the mascot's creator.[10]

The club is also nicknamed Touro dos Canavais.[9]

Current squad

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 Cleriston
Brazil GK Júnior
Brazil DF Lucas Silvério
Brazil DF Nielsen
Brazil DF Cássio Lopes
Brazil DF Juan Jauci
Brazil DF Betão
Brazil DF Augusto
Brazil DF Tosta (on loan from Jataiense)[11]
Brazil MF Serginho
Brazil MF Nando Carandina
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Wilian Sá
Brazil MF Vina
Brazil MF Wagner
Brazil MF Neto
Brazil MF Edson Pio
Brazil FW Roberto Santos
Brazil FW Edicarlos
Brazil FW Wendell
Brazil FW Luciano Dias
Brazil FW Keke
Brazil FW Jaílton (on loan from Mirassol)


The club's official anthem lyrics authors are Giuliano Marcos Sabino, Florisvaldo and Lucio de Freias, and the music author is only Giuliano Marcos Sabino.[12]


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