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2007 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C

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In 2007, the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C, the third division of the Brazilian League, was contested by 64 clubs, with the promotion of Bragantino, Bahia(lost Fonte Nova against Vila Nova), Vila Nova-GO, and ABC-RN, to the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B to be contested in 2008. No teams were relegated, since the fourth division in the Brazilian league was introduced only in 2009.

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First stage

The 64 teams play in 16 groups of four. Within each group, the four teams play a double round robin, i.e. they play each other in home and away matches, totalling six matchdays. The two best ranked teams in each group qualify to the Second Stage.

Second stage

The 32 teams qualified from the First Stage play in eight groups of four. Within each group, the four teams play a double round robin, i.e. they play each other in home and away matches, totalling six matchdays. The two best ranked teams in each group qualify to the Third Stage.

Third stage

The 16 teams qualified from the Second Stage play in four groups of four. Within each group, the four teams play a double round robin, i.e. they play each other in home and away matches, totalling six matchdays. The two best ranked teams in each group qualify to the Final Stage.

Final stage

The eight teams qualified from the Third Stage are put together in a single group. They play a double round robin, i.e. they play each other in home and away matches, totalling fourteen matchdays. The four best ranked teams are automatically promoted to the Série B in 2008.

Participating teams

The participating teams are sorted by state:

Acre

  • Rio Branco
  • Alagoas

  • ASA
  • Coruripe
  • Amapá

  • Amapá
  • Amazonas

  • Fast Clube
  • Nacional
  • São Raimundo/AM
  • Bahia

  • Atlético/BA
  • Bahia
  • Poções
  • Ceará

  • Icasa
  • Itapipoca
  • Distrito Federal

  • Ceilândia
  • Guará
  • Espírito Santo

  • Jaguaré
  • Linhares
  • Goiás

  • Atlético Goianiense
  • CRAC
  • Itumbiara
  • Vila Nova
  • Maranhão

  • Imperatriz
  • Sampaio Corrêa
  • Mato Grosso

  • Cacerense
  • Jaciara
  • Mato Grosso do Sul

  • Águia Negra
  • CENE
  • Minas Gerais

  • Democrata de Governador Valadares
  • Tupi
  • Villa Nova
  • Pará

  • Ananindeua
  • Paysandu
  • Tuna Luso
  • Paraíba

  • Atlético/PB
  • Nacional de Patos
  • Paraná

  • Adap Galo Maringá
  • Paranavaí
  • Roma
  • Pernambuco

  • Central de Caruaru
  • Porto
  • Vera Cruz
  • Piauí

  • Barras
  • River
  • Rio de Janeiro

  • América/RJ
  • Friburguense
  • Madureira
  • Volta Redonda
  • Rio Grande do Norte

  • ABC
  • Potiguar de Mossoró
  • Rio Grande do Sul

  • Caxias
  • Esportivo
  • Ulbra (RS)
  • Rondônia

  • Jaruense
  • Roraima

  • São Raimundo/RR
  • Santa Catarina

  • Chapecoense
  • Joinville
  • São Paulo

  • Bragantino
  • Guarani
  • Juventus
  • Noroeste
  • Rio Claro
  • Sertãozinho
  • Sergipe

  • América/SE
  • Confiança
  • Tocantins

  • Araguaína
  • Final stage

    Champion: Bragantino Runners-up: Bahia Third Place: Vila Nova Fourth Place: ABC de Natal

    Note: On This Phase, The EC Bahia Lost the Fonte Nova in last game at home (25 November 2007) (2008–2014).

    Bahia 0 × 0 Vila Nova:

    Stadium – Estádio Octávio Mangabeira, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

    On 85 or 88 minutes, 13 people fell and 7 people died, because the collapse of the bleachers(see more in Portuguese.)

    The biggest rival of Bahia promoted to first division in same year.

    References

    2007 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C Wikipedia


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