15 Facts About Gremio Porto Alegre

1. In 2017, Gremio Porto Alegre won their third Libertadores, after defeating CA Lanus in the final.

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2. In 2007, at Estadio Olimpico Monumental, Gremio Porto Alegre won the state championship , against Juventude.

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3. In 1997, Gremio Porto Alegre won its third Copa do Brasil title.

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4. On December 15, 1996, Gremio Porto Alegre won its second Campeonato Brasileiro, after defeating Portuguesa in the final.

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5. On May 3, 1981, Gremio Porto Alegre won its first Campeonato Brasileiro after defeating Sao Paulo in the final at the Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paulo.

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6. In 1931, Gremio Porto Alegre became one of the first teams in Brazil to play matches at night after installing floodlights at its Estadio Baixada.

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7. In 1918, Gremio Porto Alegre was one of the founders of Fundacao Rio-Grandense de Desportes, a club federation which organized the first state championships of Rio Grande do Sul.

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8. In 2012, Gremio Porto Alegre moved into their new stadium, Arena do Gremio, a big multi-use stadium in Porto Alegre.

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9. In 2001, for payment of debts, the Gremio Porto Alegre closes an agreement with the state government of Rio Grande do Sul, exposing Banrisul banking mark on his shirt.

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10. In 1997, Gremio Porto Alegre won their third Copa do Brasil title.

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11. On December 15, 1996, Gremio Porto Alegre won its second Campeonato Brasileiro, defeating Portuguesa in the final.

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12. In 1989, Gremio Porto Alegre won the first Copa do Brasil, a Brazilian knockout cup featuring football teams from all around the country.

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13. In 1954, Gremio Porto Alegre inaugurated what was at the time the biggest private stadium in Brazil, the Olimpico Stadium.

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14. In 1931, Gremio Porto Alegre became one of the first teams in Brazil to play matches at night after installing floodlights at Estadio Baixada.

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15. In 1918, Gremio Porto Alegre became a founding member of the Fundacao Rio-Grandense de Desportes, a federation that organized the first state championships in Rio Grande do Sul.

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