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The Beginning - 1920

The idea of ​​founding a college sports, was attributed to a young athlete named Jorge Albino Ramos. The next step was to get the sympathy of friends. Balbino Felisbino da Silva, Joaquim Domingos Veloso and John Savas Siridakis also took the idea.
The name "Figueirense" was suggested by John Savas Siridakis. This name has been argued, because most of the meetings dealing with the foundation of future club occurred in the village of Figueira, located in the vicinity of the streets Counselor Mafra, Father Rome and surroundings.
The day 12 June 1921 was set as the founding date of Figueirense. A residence located on the street Father Rome was transferred to the inaugural meeting. The following names were chosen to compose the first board: President - John Dos Passos Xavier, vice president - Heleodoro Ventura, First Secretary - Balbino Felisbino da Silva, second secretary - Felisbino Jorge da Silva, first treasurer - Jorge Albino Ramos, Deputy Treasurer - Araújo Jorge Figueiredo; speaker - Margaret Trajan; umbrella sport - Higino Ludovico da Silva. With the black and white, which was the preference of the majority.
The names of all the founders: Albert Moritz, Agenor Dutra, Balbino Felisbino da Silva, Bruno Joseph Ventura, Honorio Carlos da Silva, Dario Silva, Dutra Dilgidio son, Dominic Veloso, Heleodoro Ventura, Higino Ludovivo da Silva, John Dos Passos Xavier John Wolf, John Savas Siridakis, John Soares, Joaquim Manuel Fraga, Jorge Albino Ramos, Jorge Araujo Figueiredo, Jorge Silva, Leopoldo Silva, Manuel Noronha, Manuel Xavier, Francisco Pedro Neves, Pedro Xavier, Raymundo Nascimento, Margaret Trajan, Walfrido Silva and Wlisses Carlos Tolentino.
1930
The Decade of the 1930s is best remembered as the decade with the largest number of titles within ten years. The Figueirense became champion of all the championships he participated in 1932: Home Tournament Champion of the City of Florianopolis and State Champion. Again reached the title most of the city in 1933. It became once more city and state champion in 1935 and won his third state championship in 1936. In 1937 and in 1939 obtained the title of champion city and state.
A player was present in all the achievements of the 1930s: Charles Moritz, known as Calico. He was the player who wore a longer shirt Figueirense, and also record the titles alvinegro and one of its leading scorers.
In the decisive game of the 1939 state championship, Figueirense 5-3 Peri Rail (Mafra), four brothers served by Figueirense. They were the brothers Moritz: Calico, Decius, Nery and Sydney.
1940
The 1940s was also marked in the history of alvinegro. In 1941 the club repeated the feat in 1932 sagrando a champion of the Tournament Home, City Championship and State Championship. It also happened the titles of Top Tournament in 1947, 1948 and 1949.
On October 28, 1935, businessman and sportsman Orlando Scarpelli, for the duration of his term as president of the club, officially donated to the Figueirense the area of ​​land where now is built the stadium that bears his name.
In 1949, work began on the construction of the sports arena alvinegro. In September of that year, were released equity securities with a view to raising funds for the start of work.
A year later, in September 1948, began the construction of the stadium Figueirense.
1950
In the 1950s, Figueirense won three tournaments early (1950/1951/1959) and five city championships (1950, 1954, 1955, 1958 and 1959), and the Deputy State Championship 1950.
The lack of winning state titles this decade is directly linked to lack of funding. The priority was to build the stadium. During this period, the implementation works of the sports arena came apace.
On July 20, 1951, Figueirense won its biggest rival, Avai by 1-0 in the game that marked the inauguration of the stadium lighting system Adolfo Konder. Braulio was the author of the goal that made history.
1960
The 1960s began with good news. On June 12, 1960, on the anniversary of thirty-nine years of the club, did the opening part of the Stadium Figueirense, with the completion of first game: Figueirense 1-1 Athletic Club of Santa Catarina.
The Figueirense became champion two Home Tournaments (1961 and 1962) and a championship city (1965). The basic divisions achieved excellent performance in this period. In 1961 the juvenile alvinegro anointed themselves undefeated champions, made this repeated in the next two years, resulting in 1963, winning the third championship of the city.

Years 1990

After the vice-championship in 1993, Figueirense, became champion of Santa Catarina in 1994.
In 1999, when the club was using its new management model, with emphasis on administrative reorganization and modernity, the alvinegro, the administration of José Carlos da Silva, who negotiated the arrival of midfielder Fernandes, the soccer star and idol alvinegro, they already know for its football and qualified for his surpassing career. In the same year, the club won the League of Santa Catarina, making the final against their biggest rival Avai.
In 1999, the Association of Friends of Figueirense (ASFIG) purchased land for the implementation of the Figueirense Training Center, located in the city of Palhoça, the 20Km Stadium Orlando Scarpelli. In June 2000, amid the celebration of the seventy-nine years of foundation of the club, opened the first stage of works by the CT.
Twenty-first Century
In the first decade of the century, the conquest over Figueirense a Tri-State League (2002, 2003 and 2004), a Vice-Championship Series B in 2001. After that, the Alvinegro was for a long time in the Championship Series (From 2002 to 2008). In 2003, hired Cléber Americo da Conceição, affectionately called Clebão and also hired the center forward Evair.
In 2004, midfielders Manuel Fernandes and Sergio make a nice duo in the state and in Brazil.
In 2005, seats were placed around the Orlando Scarpelli stadium, along with other reforms and improvements that are being made over the past decade. hired Edmund, Animal, one of the biggest signings the club´s history.
In 2006, he won the Championship Catarinense in a historic victory 3-0 over the Joinville, and won the best placement of a club in Santa Catarina in the history of the Brazilian Championship, the 7th position (so far, considering that in 2009, Avai surpassed that mark and finished the tournament in 6th place with the same number of points and wins the Figueirense in 2006).
In 2007, Figueirense reached the Cup final in Brazil but lost the decisive game in Orlando Scarpelli after draw with Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro. (0x1)
In 2008 the club won the unbeaten First Shift Catarinense Football Championship 2008 and the second round campaigned reasonable already be guaranteed in the final, but lost major confrontations that were decisive, and did not take the title in advance. In the final faced Cricklewood, winning the first game 1-0 at home, depending only on the draw in the return match. Ended up losing by 3-1 and the game went to overtime, where Figueirense won 1-0 and became champion of the state of Santa Catarina for the 6th time in 9 years, and for the first time in its history raised the Cup in the stadium the adversary. In the 14th round of the Championship took a historic rout of Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense in their stadium, leading 7-1, goals scored by Perea (3) Reinaldo (3) and Marcel. Cleiton Xavier for discounted Figueirense. But at the end of the year the club was demoted to Serie B National Championship due to errors in the assembly of the board of the cast.
In 2009, the club tried to return to the first division, but was in 6th place.
In 2010, Figueirense got the third place in State Championship. With a successful campaign in Serie B Championship that same year, the club managed to return to the 1st Division of the national football, winning the vacancy on 13/11/2010 after a combination of results. In the last round, the Figuerense defeated 4-2 by the Paraná and has won the runner-up Championship Series B 2010, repeating the feat in 2001.
On 19/06/10 Fernandes spent Calico, who had 94 goals and, in a 6-1 rout of the CFZ Imbituba, in the Eagle´s Nest stadium, marked the team´s fifth goal, his 99th with the shirt, in a game for Copa Santa Catarina.

Estádio Orlando Scarpelli

                                               

In 2002, the stadium was elected by Score Magazine as the "Cauldron of Brazil", when it reached the highest percentage of occupation of the Brazilian stadiums, with 49%, made repeated in recent seasons.
In March 2007, Journal Lance, a reference in sports coverage in the country, formed the ranking of Brazilian stadiums in accordance with the specifications of FIFA. On occasion the Orlando Scarpelli stadium was ranked 10 th among the 24 sports venues visited, being the third best stadium in the evaluation of the particular newspaper.
Ahead of Scarpelli, only the Arena da Baixada (Atletico Paranaense), Beira-Rio (International) and Morumbi (Sao Paulo), while the Couto Pereira (Coritiba) earned the same score. The rest were public: Engenhão (Rio de Janeiro), Maracana (Rio de Janeiro), legume (Belo Horizonte), Raulino Oliveira (Volta Redonda), Sierra Gold (Goiania) and Mangueirão (Belém do Pará).

Training Center

The Training Center, owned by ASFIG, opened in 2000 and is situated in the town of Pachecos in the city of Palhoça, 20 km away from downtown Florianopolis. With an area of ​​65,000 m², is used for training activities in many different categories.

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Distinctive

The second distinguishing feature of the club was similar to the Botafogo of Rio de Janeiro, with the intertwined letters FFC in white with black background, this badge was used until 1939. In the 1940s the badge was just a black letter F with a white background. In the 50 and 60 used the badge had a background with diagonal stripes in black and white cross superimposed by a band with the inscription FFC Only on October 29, 1975 was adopted the tree symbol on the badge, which remains to this day.

Mascot
                                                                                                                            
                                                                                 
Figueirinha

Figueira Personified: since September 2002, fans of the Santa Catarina has alvinegro strengthening the friendly mascot "Figueirinha." The traits of character were devised from the name and symbol of the club, Figueira (town´s founding Figueirense FC on Rua Padre Rome, center of Florianópolis on June 12, 1921).
Hurricane
Hurricane Embodied: in 1940 the club was known as "squad of steel" and "Hurricane Strait," the latter name remains to this day a year, being used also as the team mascot football figueirense football club.

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Curiosities

In the golden years of Figueirense, in the 1930s, an attacker was present in all the achievements of the team. Charles Moritz, the Calico, was the player who most often wore the alvinegra and record titles for the club, and one of his greatest goal scorers.
At the end of the state in 1939, in a 5-3 victory over the rail, Calico was joined by three brothers: Decius, Nery and Sidney Moritz completed the family in time of Figueirense, as out of bounds and Charles Edgar Robert Moritz Moritz presided over the club in 1930.
The Figueirense won the first decision of a state competition (Top Tournament). At the start, on June 1, 1924, the club defeated by Avai 1-0, with goals scored by Kowalski.
The Figueirense was a founder of the defunct League Catharinense Sports Ground, organized on April 12, 1924.
In 2002, all Figueirense won state titles in all categories. Off the field the alvinegro won the "Top of Mind" as the brand of football club best remembered of Santa Catarina and the title of "Cauldron of Brazil", given by Score magazine in Orlando Scarpelli stadium with the highest occupancy rate Brazilian Championship 2002 Series A, with an average of 49%.
Figueirense in 2007 became the second club in Santa Catarina to reach a World Cup final in Brazil
Figueirense in 2008 became the first club to win the Copa Santa Catarina São Paulo de Futebol Júnior
Also in 2008, the Figueirense became the biggest winner of Santa Catarina State Championship with 15 conquests
In 2010, Hurricane Strait is finally able to rise to elite Brasileirão with a fine campaign in the Second Division, finishing in second place with 67 points.
In 2011, Figueirense beat the record for their biggest rival, Avai, maintaining their unbeaten for 14 straight games (with six straight wins), so the team more unbeaten Santa Catarina for the series A.
Rivalry
The first time Avaí and Figueirense clashed occurred on April 13, 1924, Adolpho Konder the stadium in Florianopolis, which was then called "Aldo Field of Light" or "Field of the League." The game was a friendly and ended with victory for Figueirense 6-3, after being behind by 0-3. There is no record of who made the first goal of the classic (only known to have been a player Avaí).
At the start, whistled by Benicio Cabral, Avai opened 2-0 advantage at halftime. In the second half, came to be winning by 3-0, but allowed the turn of Figueirense, who won by 6-3.
The newspapers reported the author of one of only nine goals of the match: Maneca, Figueirense striker, scored the goal that gave the victory to his team. There is also no record of the squad that day Avaí. It is only the team that took the field Figueirense: Boos, Amorim and Asteroid; Delgídio, Aeneas and Jaime; Fields, Juza, Maneca, Raymond and Victor.
The classic first performed at the Orlando Scarpelli (139 Classic), held in September 17, 1961, was in dispute "Ze Monkey Cup" won by Figueirense Football Club 3-0.
The last Classic held at the Estadio Adolfo Konder was held on August 15, 1983, the game was won by Figueirense, by a score of 2-0.
The classic first performed at the stage of Ressacada, field Avaí (277 Classic), took place on December 8, 1983 and Figueirense won 3-0.
First official game night in Santa Catarina was July 20, 1951, the Stadium Figueirense 1x0Avaí Adolfo Konder.
On April 1, 1971 occurred the so-called "classic of shame", in which 22 players were sent off in the second half by referee Gilberto Nahas. It was a friendly commemorating the revolution of March 31, ending in 5x5.
Only two classics were not played in Florianopolis (194 Classic): The second game (of three) valid for the dispute of a vacancy in the Brazilian championship in 1973 happened on May 16, 1973 at Stadium Hercílio Light in Itajai, and ended in a draw in 0x0.e in 2006, depending on the lawn in exchange for the Orlando Scarpelli and was played at the Stadium Vidal Ramos Junior, in Lages and finished 2-1 to Figueirense.
The Figueirense was 15 games without losing to Avai during the years 2000 to 2005.
The count of wins for each club:
Games: 395; Figueirense Wins: 140; of Avaí Wins: 134; Draws: 124; Goals of Avaí: 555; Figueirense Goals: 509.
The biggest win was made by Figueirense 9-3, a game in 1928, have suffered a Greatest Wins 11-2 on 20 February (1938) and 10-2 (August 9, 1942).
The two scores made more elastic in Orlando Scarpelli stadium was Figueirense 0-3 Avaí on April 19, 1981 and June 20, 1982. In Ressacada was Avaí Figueirense 0-4 on August 20, 1995. And at the Estadio Adolfo Konder was Figueirense 2-11 Avaí on February 20, 1938.

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