They were at home to Chapecoense-SC U20 in the Copa Do Brasil U20 in April. This one was a decent outing where they won by 3 goals to 0.
In 1950, the club's home moved from the Antnio Carlos to the newer and larger Estdio Independncia. The tour and Atltico's results, many of which achieved under adverse weather conditions and snow, were seen by national sports media as a historic achievement for Brazilian football itself. The team, captained by Z do Monte, was dubbed the Campees do Gelo ("Ice Champions"), a title that is remembered in the club's official anthem. The club's success in the state competition continued in the 1950s, a decade that saw the rise of forward Ubaldo and five consecutive Campeonato Mineiro victories from 1952 to 1956. The excursion happened at a time when there were neither regular national competitions in Brazil nor continental ones in South America, and followed soon after the traumatic Maracanazo. The season saw another Campeonato Mineiro triumph and the club's first European tour, in which it played ten games in five countries.
Atltico's mascot, a rooster, is one of the best-known in the country. According to Kafunga, who played as goalkeeper for the club from 1935 to 1955, the "rooster" nickname was associated with Atltico because of its kit colours. In 1945, Fernando Pierucetti, known as Mangabeira, a cartoonist for the A Folha de Minas newspaper, was selected to design mascots for each of the three biggest clubs in Belo Horizonte.
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They have given away 1.17 goals per game, on average. They have averaged scoring 2.33 goals a match. They have played 24 matches in the last year. Their overall record is: Won: 12, Lost: 3 and Drawn: 9.
Both teams try to perform well in Paulista U20. This general info table below illustrates best the game details about the upcoming clash. On the 05 June 2019 at 18:00 UTC meet So Bernardo U20 vs Corinthians U20 in Brazil in a game that we all expect to be very interesting.
The quarter-finals of that season's Copa Libertadores saw an iconic moment for Atltico, when a penalty kick was awarded to Mexican Club Tijuana in injury time. Diego Tardelli and Gilberto Silva returned to the club in 2013, and joined Ronaldinho, J and Bernard towards another Campeonato Mineiro triumph. It would have meant elimination if it had been scored, but was saved by Atltico's goalkeeper Victor with his foot.
As is the case for most Brazilian football clubs, Atltico Mineiro's by-law defines the club as a not-for-profit public utility organization, formed by associates (scios). The club's administrative powers are the General Assembly, the Deliberative Council, the Board, the Fiscal Council and the Ethics and Discipline Council.
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The team competes in the Campeonato Brasileiro Srie A, the first level of Brazilian football, as well as in the Campeonato Mineiro, the top tier state league of Minas Gerais. Clube Atltico Mineiro (Brazilian Portuguese:[klubi atltiku mineu]), commonly known as Atltico Mineiro or Atltico, and colloquially as Galo (pronounced[galu], "Rooster"), is a professional football club based in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Atltico Mineiro and episodes in the club's history have appeared on films and other media.
Since this time last year, they have played 4 games. They have leaked 1.25 goals per game. Their overall record is won 1, lost 1 and drawn 2. They have scored an average of 1.25 goals a match.
The club's first emblem, introduced in the 1910s, consisted of a simple design of the three initials of the club's name ("CAM" for Clube Atltico Mineiro) in an oval shape in black. The first and most significant change occurred in 1922, when an edged shield format was adopted, with the letters in its upper part and black and white stripes in the lower. The crest's general appearance has been kept ever since, with only the exact format and the placement of the black and white stripes within the escutcheon changing over the decades.
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Atltico has many torcidas organizadas that support the club, the oldest being Drages da FAO, founded in 1969, and the largest and best-known being Galoucura.
The competition was organised by the Federao Brasileira de Foot-Ball, a federation for professional clubs that would later merge into the Brazilian Sports Confederation (CBD). The Copa dos Campees Estaduais was contested by the 1936 state league champions from Minas Gerais (Atltico), Rio de Janeiro (Fluminense), So Paulo (Portuguesa) and Esprito Santo (Rio Branco). Atltico won the state league in 1931 and 1932, before becoming a professional club in 1933. After another Campeonato Mineiro triumph in 1936, Atltico won the Copa dos Campees Estaduais in 1937, its first title at national level.
Construction for the Independncia (officially Estdio Raimundo Sampaio) started in 1947 in preparation for the 1950 FIFA World Cup, during which its first match was played. Originally the property of the State Government of Minas Gerais, ownership was transferred to Sete de Setembro FC in 1965, when the Mineiro was built, and the property passed to Amrica in 1997, when it absorbed Sete de Setembro. Before the Mineiro, the stadium was the largest in Belo Horizonte holding up to 30,000 people and was preferred by Atltico over the older and smaller Antnio Carlos stadium. In that year, Atltico announced a deal with BWA Arenas, the stadium manager. The stadium was renovated in 2012, while the Mineiro was closed, having its capacity reduced to 23,018. After the Mineiro's construction, however, Atltico did not use the Estdio do Horto (as it is also known) for decades, except for a brief spell in the late 1990s.
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