Futebol Clube Santa Cruz

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Santa Cruz
Futebol Clube Santa Cruz logo.svg
Full nameFutebol Clube Santa Cruz
Nickname(s)Galo
FoundedMarch 26, 1913
Ground Plátanos, Santa Cruz do Sul, Brazil
Capacity7,000
ChairmanTiago Rech
League Gauchão - Série B
20197th

Futebol Clube Santa Cruz is a Brazilian football club from Santa Cruz do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, founded on March 26, 1913. Its rival is Esporte Clube Avenida.

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