Tocantinópolis Esporte Clube

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Tocantinópolis
Tocantinopolis EC.svg
Full nameTocantinópolis Esporte Clube
Nickname(s)Verdão do Norte (Northern Big Green)
Verdão do Bico (Beak Big Green)
Founded1 January 1989;35 years ago (1989-01-01)
Ground Ribeirão
Capacity8,000
PresidentWagner Novaes
Head coachJairo Nascimento
League Campeonato Brasileiro Série D
Campeonato Tocantinense
2023
2023
Série D, 51st of 64
Tocantinense, 1st of 8 (champions)

Tocantinópolis Esporte Clube, commonly referred to as Tocantinópolis, is a Brazilian professional club based in Tocantinópolis, Tocantins founded on 1 January 1989. It competes in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D, the fourth tier of Brazilian football, as well as in the Campeonato Tocantinense, the top flight of the Tocantins state football league.

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Tocantinópolis is the second-best ranked team from Tocantins in CBF's national club ranking, being placed 146th overall. [1]

History

The club was founded on January 1, 1989. [2] They competed for the first time in the Série C in 1997, when they were eliminated in the Second Stage of the competition. The club won the Campeonato Tocantinense in 1993 and in 2002. [2] They competed once in the Série A in 2000, the competition was named Copa João Havelange at the time, and they reached the Second Stage of the Copa João Havelange Group Green and White. The club competed again the Série C in 2002, when they were eliminated in the Second Stage by Nacional. They competed in the Copa do Brasil in 2003, when they were eliminated in the First Round by Vitória. Tocantinópolis was eliminated in the First Stage in the 2005 by Remo.

Stadium

Tocantinópolis play their home games at Ribeirão. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 8,000 people. [3]

Honours

Winners (7): 1990, 1993, 2002, 2015, 2021, 2022, 2023

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References

  1. "RNC - Ranking Nacional dos Clubes 2022" (PDF). CBF . 16 December 2021.
  2. 1 2 Placar Guia 2011 (1350-C): 97. January 2011.{{cite journal}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. "CNEF - Cadastro Nacional de Estádios de Futebol" (PDF) (in Portuguese). Confederação Brasileira de Futebol. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2013. Retrieved March 20, 2011.