Name
Vasco da Gama

Badge


User Rating

(0 users)

Next Event


Head Coach
None Found...
Add new Player with 'Manager' position

League Position
10

Recent League Form ➡


Established
1898 (123 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
São Januário
(25,000 Capacity)

Jersey or Equipment Clearart
Archive

Location
Rio de Janeiro

Nicknames

Competitions
Brazilian Serie B

Last Edit
curswine: 01/Sep/21
Site
Home / Sport / Soccer / Brazilian Serie B / Vasco da Gama


Upcoming Events

Latest Results
None Found...
28 Nov 21 Londrina EC  3 - 0  Vasco da
19 Nov 21 Vasco da  2 - 2  Remo
15 Nov 21 Vila Nova  2 - 2  Vasco da
11 Nov 21 Vasco da  0 - 3  Vitoria
07 Nov 21 Vasco da  0 - 4  Botafogo RJ

Description
Available in:

Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama (Vasco da Gama Rowing Club), usually known as Vasco da Gama, is a famous and traditional Brazilian multisports club from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was founded on August 21, 1898 (although the football department started on November 5, 1915), by Portuguese immigrants, and it is still traditionally supported by the Portuguese community of Rio de Janeiro. It is one of the most popular clubs in Brazil, with more than 20 million supporters.

Its statute defines the club as a "sportive, recreative, educational, assistant and philanthropic non-profit organization of public utility".

Their home stadium is São Januário, with a capacity of 25,000, the third biggest in Rio de Janeiro (after Maracanã and Engenhão), but some matches (especially the city derbies) are played at the Maracanã (capacity of about 80,000). They play in black shirts with a white diagonal sash that contains a Cross pattée (famously, though mistakenly, identified as a Maltese cross), black shorts and black socks.

The club is named after the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama.

Team Members
View: Thumbs Cutouts RendersSort: Positions Names Numbers




Kelvin





Andrey





Miranda





Zeca





Saulo





Vitor





Marcondes





Rodrigo





Ramon





Breno





Henrique





Nathan





Carlinhos





Fintelman





Lucão





Cadu





Alexander





Ulisses





Yuri





Ernando





Riquelme





Menezes





Weverton





Juninho





Laranjeira





Figueiredo





Arthur





Vinícius





Werley




Fellipe
Bastos




Martín
Benítez




Neto
Borges




Germán
Cano




Guilherme
Carneiro




Leandro
Castan




Leandro
Castán




Ygor
Catatau




Marcos
Dias




Matías
Fonda




Marquinhos
Gabriel




JP
Galvão




Leonardo
Gil




Bruno
Gomes




Marlon
Gomes




Ricardo
Graça
#36



Gustavo
Grueso




Marcos
Júnior




Caio
Lopes




Caio
Lopes




Maxi
Lopez




Talles
Magno




Léo
Matos



= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

Estádio Vasco da Gama, also known as Estádio São Januário, owing to its location on a street of the same name, is the home ground of Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama. Its facade is listed by the National Historical and Artistic Heritage.

It is located in the Vasco da Gama neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on a hill near the National Observatory of Brazil. Because of its position it is often referred to as Estádio da Colina (Hill's Stadium) which in turn has given Vasco the nickname of Gigante da Colina (Hill's Giant). It is one of the few Association Football specific stadiums in the world which has both team benches and coaching areas behind the goal line at the same end of the field.

The stadium had a capacity of 24.584 and it was inaugurated on April 21, 1927, with the presence of Washington Luís, Brazilian president in that time. The first event held in the stadium was a match between Vasco and Santos, which Santos won. The stadium stands as the biggest private venue in the State of Rio de Janeiro.

This stadium has also historic importance, because Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas used it many times to do deliver speeches to the Brazilian people. Vargas announced the first Brazilian work laws on the tribune of São Januário.

Vasco da Gama, owner of São Januário, is the only Rio de Janeiro big football club to have its private stadium. Other big clubs (as Flamengo, Fluminense, and Botafogo) rent their stadiums (Flamengo and Fluminense play at Maracanã owned by Rio de Janeiro State, and Botafogo plays at Estádio Nilton Santos owned by Rio de Janeiro City).

Fanart



Banner


Other Links

Facebook

Twitter

Website

Insta

Youtube