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The Origins.

Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense was born of a soccer ball, as it should happen to a club destined to greater glories. A successful track record began with the Sao Paulo Candido Dias da Silva, working for some time in Porto Alegre and his soccer ball. At this time appeared in the state capital´s football team Sport Club Rio Grande. The English and German teams who played in the Rio Grande had been invited to an exhibition in the city. On the appointed day, September 7, 1903, the field of floodplain was surrounded by onlookers. Candide, with his ball under his arm, was among them with attention.

At one point, the ball of the British emptied, to general disappointment. Candide, rather than quickly, lent her, ensuring the end of the demonstration. In exchange, the end of the match, the players got their first lessons about football and especially of them learned how to act to found a club. Then, on September 15, 1903, that thirty-two men met in the Hall Degree, a hotel restaurant in the street on November 15, current street Montaury Jose, located where the funds are now in the Gallery Keys and began the story of a winning club, willing to overcome all challenges. Carlos Luiz Bohrer was elected the first President, never imagining the worldwide recognition that the newborn club one day reach.

The times of amateurism.

In the early years the club sought to consolidate their bases, primarily through the acquisition of a proper place for games and practices, the lowlands of Windmills in 1904, then with the increment Sports Club with Fuss Ball Porto Alegre also founded on September 15 1903 in the former Cup race unofficially Wanderpress worth the title of the city.

On 18/07/1909, the Guild played the first classic with its traditional adversary, the International and the outcome of this match was an extraordinary historical 10x0 for the tricolor.

In 1910, he helped create the 1st League Club of Porto Alegre (the idea came from Gremio), to carry out the metropolitan championships. This period stands out from the city pentacampeonato 1911/12/13/14/15. It was in this decade, the club began to play against teams from other states and countries with special emphasis on the victory over Team Sports Federation of Uruguay 2-1, on June 17, 1916. Played an important role in the creation of FRGD (FGF today) in 1918, coming to play in the 1st state in 1919.

In 20 years, beyond the metropolitan pentacampeonato 1919/20/21/22/23 and two of 1925/26, the Guild won the state in 1921/22 and 1926. In the 30s, the tricolor won the fourth title of Porto Alegre and 1930/31/32/33 championship of Rio Grande do Sul from 1931/32, when, it became the best known champion by beating Atletico Paranaense for 7x2, Santos 3-2 champion Sao Paulo, Botafogo Rio champion 1-0, the Wanderers and the champion Uruguay 2-1 River Plate and Independiente, Argentina and champion of the River Plate 2-1.

These victories associated with the state and metropolitan titles, especially the title Farrukhabad Porto Alegre in 1935, created a mystique in the Lowlands Club, which has received the nickname "derrubador of champions." From 1903 to 1935, the Guild had several aces highlighted as: Kallfelz, Koch, Siebel, Jorge Black, Grunewald, Schuback, Mohrdieck, Sisson, Mostardeiro I, II Mostardeiro, Kuntz, Scalco, Assunpção, Lizard, Luis Carvalho, Cremator Dario, Laci, Poroto, Nene, Artigas, Heitor, PY George, Adam, the brothers Sardinha (Eurides and Euripides), Laxixa (who along with Adam, were the first athletes african descent in club history) among others. But the big name this time was the legendary goalkeeper Eurico Lara, a symbol of football was amateurish and Brazilian gaucho.

The beginning of the professional era and the impact of the internationalization of football.

The initial phase corresponded to amateur football and the creation of Brazilian clubs. Elitist and European tradition, amateurism was a way of distinguishing the elites with respect to classes. With the popularity of football clubs in the increased participation of players from poor backgrounds. In 1929, there is a drop in stock exchange in New York, causing a major world crisis in all sectors of the economy, causing social chaos. These events were reflected in football, causing the breakdown of several clubs forcing others to readaptarem the new framework conditions.

Thus, in the early 1930s, amateurism was put into question when several South American athletes were hired by European teams. The economy of South America at that time was based on agriculture and livestock, though, since there was a rising industrial boom. In Brazil, the club lived by what was called amateurism brown, that is, not officially but adimitia professionalism turned a blind eye to the bonuses for good performance of the athletes of the teams. On the other hand, the professionalism was already a reality in Europe, and after the victories of Uruguay in the FIFA 1930 World Championships and the 1924 Olympic and 1928, Europeans began to entice athletes from South America.

To avoid an even greater drop, was officially professionalism, first in Rio de la Plata between 1931 and 1932 after the Rio-São Paulo in 1933, while the new Brazilian government, which emerged from the revolution of 1930 (Vargas) , saw the need to establish a national policy of integration and socio-econônico (industrialization) with reflections on cultural and sports of the country, forcing the football a general understanding of sports institutions aimed at professionalization. In Rio Grande do Sul professionalism came first in 1937 through the creation of a specialized department affiliated to professional Brazilian Football Federation (FBF), which organized a league separate the Metropolitan Federation of Rio Grande-Sports (now Federation of Gaucho Football Association) affiliated to the Brazilian Confederation of Sports (CBD, current CBF) until 1939, when an agreement ended in disagreements between the football authorities in the state and country. During the term of Specialized Gremio has won the three titles in the Metropolitan 1937/38/39, but did not participate in the finals of the State. The 40s were a transition period due to the formalization of professionalism in football throughout the country from 1941, with the creation of the CND (National Sports Council) and the achievements in the tri-state and metropolitan championships of 1946 and 1949 .

However, it was in 14/05/1949, in the process of internationalization of football, caused in part because of technological advances in commercial aviation after the war, the Guild enters the history of world football by beating the powerful National Montevideo, Centenario stadium in full 3-1 (during the celebrations of 50 years of the Uruguayan team) and winning unbeaten tour to Central America later that year. In 1953/54, the Guild held what became known as the conquest of "the Americas" with another international tour, now in Mexico (North America), Ecuador and Colombia (South America).

These events, combined with the new demands of professionalism on the planet, accelerated the internal changes at the club, which needed a bigger stadium, not only to accommodate their fans and welcome to the big leagues in the country and abroad, but also to adecuar sports a new situation. Nesssa transition from amateurism to professionalism, shone in multiplayer as Guild: Joni, Touguinha, Clarel, Julius Petersen, Sanguinetti, Helium, Prego, Noronha, Toneli, Beresi, Frost, Hermes, Danton, Hugo, Arius, Gita, Balejo, Camacho, Bentevi among many.

The inauguration of the Olympic and 12th in 13.

Following the industrial developmentalism of 50 years, Brazil became an agricultural country to a developing nation particularly in the years JK symbolized by the inauguration of Brasília as the new capital of the country and the arrival of the automobile industry, decentralizing the axis of investments now also inwards. In football this phase of national integration is reflected in the conquest of the World from Sweden to Brazil and Chile in 1958, 1962 and the creation of the Brazil Cup of Clubs 1959 (current Brazilian championship), to choose the country´s representative in the newly created Libertadores Cup whose first edition was scheduled for 1960. The club gremista, aware of all these changes, we tried to adapt as quickly as possible the new junctures in world football.

In 1952, the Guild Tesourinha contacted, the first athlete african descent tricolor was prominent in professional and two years later, in 1954, opened the Olympic Stadium, which marked the beginning of a golden period, 12 championships in 13 played: the Metropolitan pentacampeonato Gaucho and professional football and 1956/57/58/59/60 Heptacampeonato Gaucho 1962/63/64/65/66/67/68, becoming the first in Rio Grande do Sul to get this title .

The Guild participated in the Brazil Cup in almost all these years and was a semifinalist on three occasions (when he came third) in the years 1959, 1963 and 1967, and later the Silver Cup - Tournament Roberto Gomes Pedrosa ( Robertão) in 1967, when the tricolor was one of four finalists and served as a model for the current Premier League, instituted in 1971; South Brazilian Champion undefeated 1962 (Legality of the Cup), undefeated champion of the Copa Río de La Plata 1968 (Confraternidad Cup, the first official international title of the Guild before the Libertadores, 1983) and finally, the big tour to Europe in 1961 and 62, the Guild became known worldwide.

In addition to these holdings, the Guild has contributed several athletes in the national team especially in the achievements of Brazil in Pan American Championships in Mexico in 1956, O´Higgins Cup in Chile in 1966 and Vice-Pan American Championship in Costa Rica in 1960 , when the Rio Grande represented the country in these competitions. In 1970, with the convening of Everaldo for the Brazilian team Gremio, once again contributed to a great achievement of national football, the third World Cup in Mexico. By then spent several glorious stars like: Airton, Elton, Milton, Ernie Rodrigues, Juarez, Gessi, Vieira, Sergio Calvet, John, Marino, Alberto, Arlindo, Aureo, Altemir Sergio Lopes, Cleo, Nanny, Alcindo, Ortunho , Everaldo, Volmir, Espinosa among others.

The era of the great achievements and the Intercontinental Championship

In 70 years, the Guild has become a great company, promoted two congresses of tri clubs in South America in 1971 and won re-edited in the same year, the old Atlantic Club Cup (South American Tournament Tricolor) following the defeat Nacional (URU) 2-1 and River Plate (ARG) 2-0, and regained regional hegemony in 1977, 1979 and 1980.

The 80s saw the club go through one of the most successful phase of his sporting life, in parallel with the democratization of the country, who had lived 20 years of military rule (1964-1984), and the political and economic changes that occurred with the advent of globalization, which in football is reflected in the inflation of player salaries as well as increased advertising in sports worldwide, making football in particular, a great deal to be managed with a high professional level, and FIFA, the entity world´s most important in this segment, bringing more countries affiliated to the UN itself. After the inauguration of the Olympic in 1980, the Guild was Brazilian Champion in 1981, Vice-champions in 1982, Champion of the Libertadores Cup 1983, beating Penarol (URU) in the sum of the final two games by 1-1 and 2-1 (in 22 and 28/07); CHAMPION Intercontinental (final win over Hamburg in Germany, champion of Europe´s Champions League 2-1 on 11/12/1983) Cup champion Los Angeles (Pan American Cup) to America of Mexico beat the champion of America´s Nations Cup (tie in 2x2 and 6x5 in the shootout victory on 12.13.1983); Hexacampeão Gaucho 1985/86/87/88/89/90.

The Guild beating Sport Recife 2-1 sagrou, undefeated champion of the 1st World Cup in Brazil in 1989 and the following year, became Brazilian Supercampeão 1990. The tricolor also won some of the most prestigious international tournaments, including destacan to El Salvador del Mundo Cup in El Salvador and Trophy Ciudad de Valladolid in 1981, Palma de Mallorca Trophy 1985 (the last two in Spain) Rotterdan Cup in Holland in 1985 and Phillips Cup championship in 1986/87 in the Netherlands and Switzerland stood out as major players in this period: Ancheta, Tarciso, Iura Oberdan, Eder Tadeu Ricci, Renato, Andrew Catimba, Paulo Cesar Lima Mário Sérgio, Leon, De Leon, Paulo Roberto, Paulo Isidoro, China, Edinho, Caesar, Mazaropi, Baltazar, Osvaldo, Cuca, Valdo, Luis Eduardo, Paulo Egidio among many.

The Scolari era and the most recent achievements.

Since 1991, the club, despite going through some difficult moments, resumed the path of victories, winning the Gauchões 1993, 1995, 1996, 1999 and 2001, the Brazil Cup in 1994, 1997 and 2001, won the Cup South Brazilian 1999 and mainly in 1995 under coach Luis Felipe Scolari, when then won the championship of the Libertadores Cup (3x1 and 1x1 over Atletico Nacional of Colombia, on 23 and 30/08 / 1995), Sanwa and Vice Cup championship both in Japan in 1996, the tricolor won the Recopa Sudamericana (Independiente of Argentina 4-1 in Kobe in Japan), the Brazilian championship and the following year, won in Spain Colombino Trophy.

But it was in 26/11/2005, with the heroic conquest of the Brazilian Championship Series B, which again manifested the spirit of indignation and Claw tricolor, to overcome all adversity on and off the field, supplanting the Nautical Recife 1-0, with only seven players, against ten of the enemy, in a reaction unprecedented in the history of world football.

In 2006, regained the championship gaucho, surpassing the traditional adversary and again in 2007, reached the championship after golear the Youth for 4 x 1 in the final. As previously the Guild continued to perform for their fans a parade of athletes at the highest level with highlights for Pingo, Danrlei, Rivarola, Arce, Adilson, Arilson, Dinho, Carlos Miguel, Goiás, Paulo Nunes, Jardel, Roger Emerson, Mauro Galvão, Zinho, Marcelinho Paraiba, Ronaldinho, John Anthony, Luis Anderson, Lucas, gallate, Czech, Carlos Eduardo among others.

Amateur Sports.

In amateur football, the club won in 1974 the first Children´s Championship, held in Sao Paulo. In 1996 he won the International Youth Soccer in Japan Shizuoca In 2004, Brazil was champion of the Under-17 and in Macae-RJ, 2005, the juniors won the title of undefeated champion of the 1st World Cup of Friendship in Okayama, Japan: juveniles were South American champions (Romeo Goulart Jaques Cup - Copa Santiago) in 1995/96/97/98 and 2000, among other achievements.

However, the Breton sport was not the only sports club. Although football figure as the main sport, the Guild has also excelled in sports ´amateur´ like tennis, which since 1912 has come to be practiced, been effectively introduced in 1916 and had its heyday in 1926, when Champion became the City and State. In Basketball, the tricolor also shone, winning the championships of the City and State, 1934, 55 and 56. In Volleyball, the Guild was victorious in several years, especially the sequences of titles 1929-35 and 1954-60 (seven times on both occasions).

In Cycling, was victorious in the 50s and, in Indoor Soccer, enjoyed his big moment in the ´70s, when he was underground champion in 1973/74 Cup champion and Deputy Governor of the State in 1976, in the next decade to win the first South Atlantic Futsal Cup in 1987. The success tricolor followed the same path with the Judo and Rowing (which has been increasing from 1970 through the present day). However, it was with the Athletics that the tricolor reached its greatest magnitude, with the conquest of the Brazil Trophy championship in 1958/59 and Triscedecacampeonato Gaucho from 1956 to 1968. They deserve to be mentioned other sports such as shooting, table tennis, Bozo, pigeon racing, automotive, Chess, Boxing, Scouting, Fishing Bridge, Polo, Women´s Football, Football Button among others.

Stars on the shirt and the Flag of the Guild.

At a meeting of the board of Gremio FBPA held on 23.04.1985 approved the proposal to put three stars on the shirt as a symbol of the greatest achievements of the club in similarity to the traditional scale of the Olympic awards: GOLD, to represent the Intercontinental Championship 1983, Silver, to represent the title of the Libertadores Cup, bronze, to commemorate the conquest of the Brazilian Championship. At the flag, the Advisory Board in formal session of 29.06.1970, perpetuated officially Everaldo legendary figure in the history of the club when it was determined in a Pavilion Tricolor gold star, marking final and perennially the club´s contribution, through the participation of athlete in the conquest of Brazil´s third World Cup football in 1970.


Walk of Fame.

The Guild is the first Brazilian club to create a "Walk of Fame" to honor players who have excelled in club history, besides the captains of the greatest achievements of the Guild. This choice was made for the first time in 1996 with participation of the Board, Advisor Board and journalists. Starting in 1999, every two years, there is a new selection of names to be included in the "Walk of Fame Tricolor", chosen by the Board and the Advisory Board.

By the time covered are: Adilson, Airton, Alcindo, Altemir, Ancheta, Golden, Andrew Catimba, Baltazar, Calvet, China, De Leon, Dinho, Ernie Rodrigues, Edinho, Cremator, Iura, Jardel, Jardel, John, Juarez, Leon, Marino, Mauro Galvão, Mazaropi, Milton, Ortunho Oberdan, Pingo, Renato Sergio Moacir, Tarciso, Espinosa, Zinho, Luiz Eduardo, Valdo and Sandro Goiano.


Today, this stadium holds 83,000 meters square, with capacity for 55,000 spectators comfortably seated, but now fit 98,000 people in a time that has not watched the current safety standards and the placement of chairs around the ring above. Also complete the stadium complex, 45 luxury suites, 26 cabins of the press, parking, swimming pools, lawn additional administrative center, membership, Memorial, Grêmiomania stores.

Moreover, the geography of the sheet includes a Guild headquarters in Eldorado do Sul, a few minutes from Porto Alegre and future Training Center, now with several football fields, a playground for members based on the Big Island of Sailors, the department Remo Crystal Park and over 70 thousand square meters, where does the Little School Football, now more than 2000 students enrolled.

The Gym David Guzman, was inaugurated on 11.17.1972, and until August 1974 when its coverage was destroyed by a gale, reference was sporting, social and cultural city, both in sports club and the various shows that sponsored as: Festival of Gymnastics, Olympics military, tennis tournaments and concerts of music and skating and more.




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