Torcida Jovem

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Established26 September 1969
Type Supporters' group
Team Santos FC
Mottowith Santos FC wherever and however he is
Location Aricanduva
PresidentAndré Vinícius "Deko" [1]
Vice PresidentEduardo Carvalho (Tité) [1]
Board of DirectorsPaulo Roberto (Fafu) (First flag director) [1]

Paulinho Cruz (Second flag director) [1]

Hércules (First secretary) [1]

Rafael Sena (Second secretary) [1]

Fábio Galan (First treasurer) [1]

Gilberto (Nenê) (Second treasurer) [1]

Amilton Silva (Public relations) [1]

Rafael Dias (Sports director) [1]

Jefferson (Social director and promotions) [1]

Leonardo Santos (Bambu) (First battery director) [1]

André (Deko) (Second battery director)

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Membership70,000+
Colors  White and   Black
Website torcidajovem.com.br

The Torcida Jovem [2] (Portuguese pronunciation:  [toʁˈsidɐ ˈʒɔvẽ] ) are a torcida organizada , [3] or supporters' group, for Santos FC , a Brazilian professional football club based in Santos, Brazil. [4] Founded in 1969 by a group of fans from São Paulo, [nb 1] the group set out to make it a goal to attend every match that the club played in the capital of São Paulo. [6] With over 70,000 members, it is one of the largest supporting groups in Brazil. [7] The current president is André Vinícius "Deko". [1] Grêmio Recreativo Cultural Social Escola de Samba Torcida Jovem, popularly known simply as Torcida Jovem, is a samba school from São Paulo, Brazil.

History

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Big Flag of Torcida Jovem

During the late 1960s when Santos FC fan base did not extend beyond the limits of the city of Santos, a group of men made a point to attend every game the team played in São Paulo. [6] After a few matches, the group began to arrange together trips to any state venue to popularize the idea o support the club, and negate the provocations of other rival fans. [6] The habit of attending the club's matches en masse became so common that in 1969 they decided to give birth to a uniformed, official supporters group that attended every game the team disputes. [6] Thirteen individuals were the driving force behind the creation of Torcida Jovem, [8] with Cosmo Damião, German, Toboggan, Menezes, Celso Jatene, Mestre Pedrão, China, Chacrinha, Magrão, Zuca, Almir and Zé Miguel being the principal de facto leaders. [6] On September 26, 1969, when the club returned from another successful tour, unbeaten in a series of seven matches in Europe, the group gathered in an old house in the traditional neighborhood of Brás in São Paulo. [6] It was decided to name the group Torcida Jovem since the founders were no older than 21 years of age. Cosmo's house became the first official seat of the first organized supporters group for Santos FC . [6] The firm's first witness of the club's success came on November 19 of that same year in Rio de Janeiro. [6] In a match against Vasco da Gama, Pelé, [9] named the "Athlete of the Century" by the International Olympic Committee, [10] and widely regarded among football historians, former players and fans to be one of the best and most accomplished footballers in the game's history. [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] scored his 1,000th goal in the Maracanã. The following year, the Torcida Jovem made themselves present during Brazil's victorious campaign during the 1970 FIFA World Cup. [6] [20] [21] [22] [23]

Classifications

YearPlaceDivisionPlotCarnivals ProducersSingersRef
19795th placeSpecial BlocksFolia do Mundo SantistaCarnival ComissionComission [24]
19804th placeSpecial BlocksVamos Nessa Barca

autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival ComissionMarco Antonio [25]
19813rd placeSpecial BlocksO Trem da Felicidade

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival ComissionMarco Antonio [26]
1982Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksParaíso Infantil

Autores: Mozart Saboia de Araújo/David Martins

Mozart Saboia de AraújoDavid Martins [27]
1983Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksCarnaval das Arábias

Autores: Mozart Saboia de Araújo/David Martins

Mozart Saboia de AraújoDavid Martins [28]
1984Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksPintando o 7

Autores: Xixa/Daniel e Gilbertinho

Xixa, DanielGilbertinho [29]
1985Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksOlhando para o Céu

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival CommissionMarco Antonio [30]
1986Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksBum Bum, se Tiver Marmelada Tem Zum Zum

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival CommissionMarco Antonio [31]
19873rd placeSpecial BlocksVou Bater Tamanco

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival CommissionMarco Antonio [32]
1988ChampionSpecial BlocksHoje Eu Vim Para Confundir e Não Para Explicar

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival CommissionMarco Antonio [33]
1989Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksMalandros e Malandragens

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival CommissionMarco Antonio [34]
1990ChampionSpecial BlocksA Magia desta FoliaCarnival CommissionCommission [35]
1991ChampionSpecial BlocksDeixem Meu Povo Brincar o CarnavalCarnival CommissionCommission [36]
19923rd placeSpecial BlocksRolou BrasilCarnival CommissionCommission [37]
19937th placeSpecial BlocksQuem Me Viu... Quem Me Vê...

Autor: Marco Antonio

Carnival CommissionMarco Antonio [38]
19943rd placeSpecial BlocksFolia do GordoCarnival CommissionCommission [39]
1995Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksDo Sorriso da Lagosta, ao Abraço do SiriCarnival CommissionCommission [40]
1996ChampionSpecial BlocksTem Folia, Tem Zueira, Porque Hoje é Sexta-feiraCarnival CommissionCommission [41]
1997ChampionSpecial BlocksAlquimia, A Magia da TransformaçãoCarnival CommissionCommission [42]
1998Vice ChampionSpecial BlocksNesta Terra de Reis...Onde foi Que Eu Errei?Carnival CommissionCommission [43]
19995th placeSpecial BlocksNo Voo das Águias Guerreiras, 20 Anos de LutaCarnival CommissionCommission [44]
20007th placeSpecial BlocksEncantos e Poesias No Feitiço das SereiasCarnival CommissionCommission [45]
20013rd placeSpecial BlocksO Brasil em Dia de FestaCarnival CommissionCommission [46]
200210th placeSpecial BlocksUma Noite na Terra da GaroaCarnival CommissionCommission [47]
20034th placeGroup 3-UESPFaçam suas Apostas! A Sorte está Lançada... Na Festa de Momo o Vencedor Será Sempre o Folião!Carnival CommissionMarcelo Santos [48]
2004ChampionGroup 3-UESPTorcida Jovem é Aricanduva, Terra de um Povo Guerreiro, Sonhador e SambistaCarnival CommissionAnderson Paulino [49]
20054th placeGroup 2-UESPSerá a Voz Negra ou Será Negra a Voz da Liberdade?Carnival CommissionAnderson Paulino [50]
20063rd placeGroup 2-UESPNo Sonho de Momo, Torcida Jovem teve a sua vezPaulãoLacunha [51]
20075th placeGroup 2-UESPDe lá pra cáPaulãoLacunha [52]
20083rd placeGroup 2-UESPTribos Urbanas - Novos QuilombosCarnival CommissionCommission [53]
20095th placeGroup 1-UESPAceito Tudo! O Que Vier, Eu Traço!Carnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [54]
2010Vice ChampionGroup 1-UESPDivina SeduçãoCarnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [55]
20118th placeAccess Quem foi rei nunca perde a majestade Carnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [56]
20123rd placeGroup 1-UESP Camisa 100 - Sua bandeira no mastro é a história de um passado e um presente só de glórias Carnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [57]
20133rd placeGroup 1-UESPSinfonia das cores em aquarelaCarnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [58]
2014Vice ChampionGroup 1-UESPConfete - Pedacinho Colorido de felicidade

Compositores:Edivaldo Gonçalves, Luizinho, Jô Pires e Luiz Pereira. Intérprete:Tato Santa Cruz.

Carnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [59]
20155th placeGroup 1-UESPSegura o laço que esse boi é meu!

Compositores: Danilo Britto, Júnior ABC, Marcinho Keleque, Wagner Alexandre, Rodney Cheto, Pedro Antunes, Pierluiggi e Cris Napoli. Intérprete:Celsinho Mody

Carnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [60]
2016Vice ChampionGroup 1-UESPA Torcida Jovem deita e rola, é samba...É show de bola!Carnival CommissionHernane Siqueira [61]
201710th placeGroup 1-UESPSou Milenar!! Sou o Pecado...Carnival CommissionFernando Dias [62]
201811th placeAccess 2O Corsário Elegante: O Terror dos Sete MaresCarnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [63]
20199th placeAccess 2No batuque do tambor, nosso samba e raiz e tradição

Compositores: Celsinho Mody, Fabiano Tennor, Luizinho Ramos, Marrom e Mike

Carnival CommissionPedro Pinotti [64]
20204th placeAccess 2 Prepare seu coração, para as coisas que vou contar Sérgio Yamaoka, Jéfferson, Fábio, André and FabianoLeonardo [65]
2021Access 2 Bela Vista. Berço cultural desse país!Fernando Pretti (Raposa), Bambu, China, Deko, Evandro and JéFabiano Tenor [66]

See also

Notes

  1. Flag of Brazil.svg Logotipo Torcida Jovem do Santos F. C..jpg Address Headquarters and Gymnasium of Torcida Jovem of Santos FC : Rua Doutor Luís Carlos, 1 - Jardim Aricanduva - CEP: 03405-100 - East Zone of São Paulo Santos logo.svg Bandeira do estado de Sao Paulo.svg . [5]

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