Brazilian Serie A Betting Tips & Predictions

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The Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, commonly referred as the Brasileirão, is the primary men's football league in Brazilian professional football. Due to the size of Brazil and previous difficulties with transport, the history of the Brasileirão is relatively short.

The Brasileirão is contested by 20 clubs and played between May to December with each club playing the other home and away. The 2020/21 season however runs from 8 August 2020 to 24 February 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Brasileirão operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B. 

Brazilian Serie A FAQ

Where can I watch Brazilian Serie A Live Streams?

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Who has won the most Brazilian Serie A titles?

Palmeiras are the most successful side in Brazilian Serie A history with 10 titles. They are closely followed by Santos on eight and Corinthians on seven.

Who are the Brazilian Serie A champions?

Flamengo are the Brazilian Serie A champions after winning their 6th title in 2019/20.

How many teams are in Brazilian Serie A?

There are currently 20 teams in Brazilian Serie A.

What teams play in Brazilian Serie A?

The 20 teams that currently play in Brazilian Serie A are Athletico Paranaense, Atletico Goianiense, Atletico Mineiro, Bahia, Botafogo, Ceara, Corinthians, Cortiba, Flamengo, Fluminense, Fortaleza, Goias, Gremio, Internacional, Palmeiras, Red Bull Bragantino, Santos, Sao Paulo, Sport and Vasco da Gama..

When is the Brazilian Serie A?

The Brazilian Serie A begins on 8 August 2020 and ends on 24 February 2021.

Brazilian Serie A Betting Odds

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Brazilian Serie A Results

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Brazilian Serie A Winners & Runners-up

Flamengo are the defeding Brazilian Serie A champions after winning the Brazilian Serie A in 2019. It was there first title since 2009. Santos finished second behind Flamengo in 2019.

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2019 Flamengo Santos
2018 Palmeiras Flamengo
2017 Corinthians Palmeiras
2016 Palmeiras Santos
2015 Corinthians Atlético Mineiro
2014 Cruzeiro São Paulo
2013 Cruzeiro Grêmio
2012 Fluminense  Atlético Mineiro
2011 Corinthians Vasco
2010 Fluminense Cruzeiro
2009 Flamengo Internacional
2008 São Paulo Grêmio
2007 São Paulo Santos
2006 São Paulo Internacional
2005 Corinthians Internacional
2004 Santos  Atlético Paranaense
2003 Cruzeiro Santos
2002 Santos Corinthians
2001 Atlético Paranaense São Caetano
2000 Vasco  São Caetano
1999 Corinthians Atlético Mineiro
1998 Corinthians Cruzeiro
1997 Vasco Palmeiras
1996 Rio Grande do Sul Grêmio (2) Portuguesa
1995 Botafogo  Santos
1994 Palmeiras  Corinthians
1993 São Paulo  Vitória
1992  Flamengo Botafogo
1991 São Paulo Bragantino
1990 Corinthians São Paulo
1989 Vasco  São Paulo
1988 Bahia Internacional
1987 Sport Guarani
1986 São Paulo Guarani
1985 Coritiba  Bangu
1984 Fluminense  Vasco
1983 Flamengo  Santos
1982 Flamengo  Grêmio
1981 Grêmio  São Paulo
1980 Flamengo  Atlético Mineiro
1979 Internacional Vasco
1978 Guarani  Palmeiras
1977 São Paulo Atlético Mineiro
1976 Internacional  Corinthians
1975 Internacional Cruzeiro
1974 Vasco Cruzeiro
1973 Palmeiras São Paulo
1972 Palmeiras Botafogo
1971 Atlético Mineiro São Paulo

Brazilian Serie A Fixtures

Check the Brazilian Serie A fixtures to see if any clubs could be resting players due to important upcoming matches in the local or continental cup.

Brazilian Serie A Table

Check the Brazilian Serie A table to see what teams are challenging at the top of the table and what clubs are in danger of being relegated to the second division. It is also useful to see who is in contention to qualify for the continental tournaments on offer.

Brazilian Serie A Format

There are 20 teams that participate in the Brazilian Serie A. Each team plays the other 19 teams twice (home & away) for a total of 38 league matches in the season. Teams receive three points for a win, one for a draw and nothing for a defeat.

The team that finishes at the top of the table after 38 matches wins the Brazilian Serie A.

The bottom four sides in the Brazilian Serie A are relegated to Serie B while the top four Serie B teams are promoted. The top six sides in the Brazilian Serie A qualify for the Copa Libertadores. The top 4 get automatic qualification while the 5th and 6th places teams enter the second qualifying round.

Teams that finish from 7th to 12th qualify for the Copa Sudamericana.

Brazilian Serie A Highlights

There are numerous YouTube channels which you can follow in order to get weekly highlights of the Brazilian Serie A matches.

Brazilian Serie A News

Get all the latest Brazilian Serie A news from their official website. Important players could be injured or suspended which can make a huge difference to the performance of any gives team.

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Brazilian Serie A History

The first national tournament began in 1959 as the Taça Brasil. In 1967 the Torneio Rio-São Paulo was expanded to include teams from other Brazilian states, becoming known as the Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa which was also considered a national tournament. 

The first Campeonato Brasileiro competition was held in 1989, with the Taça Brasil and Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa unified in the Brazilian championship history in 2010. 

The Brasileirão is one of the world's richest championships, ranked as the sixth most valuable with a worth over US$1.43 billion, generating an annual turnover of over US$1.17 billion in 2012. It is also the most-watched football league in the Americas.

The Brasileirão is contested by 20 clubs and played between May to December with each club playing the other home and away. The Brasileirão operates on a system of promotion and relegation with the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B. 

Since 2016, the top six Brasileirão clubs qualify for the Copa Libertadores. The top four clubs directly enter the group stage while the fifth and sixth-placed clubs enter the Libertadores at the second round.

Clubs from seventh to twelfth place qualify for the Copa Sudamericana. The bottom four teams are relegated to the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B and replaced by the top four teams from that division.

Some of the best players in world football plied their trade in in Brazil such as Pelé, Zico, Romário, Zico, Garrincha, Romário, Roberto Carlos, Ronaldo, Kaká, Rivaldo, Cafu, Sócrates, Jairzinho, Ronaldinho and Neymar. Many Brazilian players moved to Europe to become global superstars, not to mention the Brazil national team appearing at every World Cup and winning five titles.

Clubs from the state of São Paulo have traditionally dominated football in Brazil winning 31 titles. Clubs from the state of Rio de Janeiro are next best with 15 titles between them. 

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