Londrina Esporte Clube
|Full name||Londrina Esporte Clube|
Alviceleste (The White and Sky Blue)
Rama do Café (The Coffee Branch)
|Founded||5 April 1956|
|Ground||Estádio do Café|
|Head coach||Vinícius Eutrópio|
|League||Campeonato Brasileiro Série B|
|Série B, 9th of 20|
Paranaense, 1st of 12 (champions)
Londrina Esporte Clube, more commonly referred to as Londrina, is a Brazilian professional association football club in Londrina, Paraná which currently plays in Série B, the second tier of Brazilian football, after being promoted from Série C in 2020. They also play in the Campeonato Paranaense, the top division of the Paraná state football league.
The club was founded on April 5, 1956 and originally played at the Vitorino Gonçalves Dias stadium. Their current stadium, the Estádio do Café was built for Londrina's participation in the 1976 Brazilian league championship.
The most successful period for Londrina came between 1976 and 1982 when Londrina competed in Brazil's top league for 6 seasons. They were relegated for the 1980 season but claimed their only national league title by becoming champions of the second division. They have also won the state championship four times, as well as claiming 12 Campeonato do Interior Paranaense titles.
In 2013, Londrina finished in top place in the general classification of the Campeonato Paranaense. Although they did not qualify for the state championship final they won the Interior final and thereby qualified for a place in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série D, the fourth tier of the Brazilian league system and will also be placed in the draw for the First Round of the Copa do Brasil.
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Londrina was founded by a group of sportsmen who, after watching a friendly match between Nacional and Vasco da Gama in Rolândia, decided that they did not want to go to Rolândia to watch football. Instead, they founded a club in Londrina, their own city. The club, named Londrina Futebol e Regatas, was founded on April 5, 1956. They chose blue and white to be Londrina's colors.
In 1969, Londrina Futebol e Regatas merged with Paraná Esporte Clube, founded in 1942, forming Londrina Esporte Clube. Red and white, the colors for the city of Londrina, became the new club's colors. In 1972, Carlos Antônio Franchello returned to the presidency of the club, and restored blue and white as the club's colors.
In 2008, Londrina won the Copa Paraná for the first time, after beating Cianorte in the final. The club also competed in the same season's Recopa Sul-Brasileira. Londrina was eliminated in the Recopa Sul-Brasileira in the semifinals after a penalty shootout by Brusque.
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- Campeonato Brasileiro Série B
- Winners (1): 1980
- Primeira Liga
- Winners (1): 2017
- Campeonato Paranaense
- Winners (5): 1962, 1981, 1992, 2014, 2021
- Copa Paraná
- Winners (1): 2008
- Campeonato Paranaense Second Division
- Winners (3): 1997, 1999, 2011
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Londrina's stadium is Estádio do Café, inaugurated in 1976, with a maximum capacity of 36,000 people. However, Vitorino Gonçalves Dias stadium, with a maximum capacity of 10,000 people is owned by Londrina, and sometimes is also used by the club.
First team squad
- As of 23 December 2022
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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Source: "Londrina Esporte Clube", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, March 23rd), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Londrina_Esporte_Clube.
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- (in Portuguese) Londrina Esporte Clube's official Website
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