Paulista Futebol Clube

For club in Campo Limpo Paulista, see Sport Club Paulista.
Full name Paulista Futebol Clube
Nickname(s) Galo do Japi (Japi's Rooster)
Founded May 17, 1909 (1909-05-17)
Stadium Jayme Cintra, Jundiaí, Brazil
Ground Capacity 15,000
President Márcio Franklin Nogueira
Head coach Candinho Farias
League A2 2015
Website Club home page

Paulista Futebol Clube, or Paulista as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Jundiaí, in São Paulo, founded on May 17, 1909. They play at the fourth tier of Brazilian football professional league.

Home stadium is the Jayme Cintra stadium, capacity 15,000. They play in black, white and red stripes, white shorts and socks.


In 1903, Companhia Paulista de Estradas de Ferro ("São Paulo Railroad Company") employees founded Jundiahy Football Club. In 1908, due to the lack of time of its members, Jundiahy Football Club folded. Supporters, sympathizers and players of the defunct Jundiahy founded Paulista Futebol Clube on May 17, 1909.

In 2005, the club won the Copa do Brasil, beating Fluminense in the final. In the following year, Paulista competed in the Copa Libertadores for the first time, being eliminated in the first stage by River Plate and Club Libertad, despite securing a 2 to 1 victory over the former.


1968, 2001
1999, 2010, 2011


Main article: Estádio Jayme Cintra

Paulista's stadium is Estádio Jayme Cintra, inaugurated in 1957, with a maximum capacity of 15,000 people.

Club name

Founded as Paulista, the team had various names in the 1990s. In 1995, the name was Lousano Paulista. In 1999, with the support of Parmalat, the name of the team was Etti Jundiaí, since Paulista is the name of a Parmalat competitor. In 2002, the team lost the support of Parmalat and the name of the team became just Jundiaí. In 2003, the team name was changed back to Paulista Futebol Clube.


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Brazil GK Vinícius
Brazil GK Giulliano
Brazil GK Richard Costa
Brazil DF Rodrigo Sabiá (on loan from Grêmio)
Brazil DF Diogo
Brazil DF Marcelo Xavier
Brazil DF Thiago Elias
Brazil DF Da Silva
Brazil DF Juninho
Brazil DF Guigov
Brazil DF Eli Oséias
Brazil DF Anderson Barros
Brazil DF Diego Branca
No. Position Player
Brazil MF Bruno Octávio
Brazil MF Fábio Gomes
Brazil MF Fabrizzyo
Brazil MF Danilo Baia
Brazil MF Wellington
Brazil MF Bodini
Brazil MF Heberty
Brazil MF Dener
Brazil FW Carlão
Brazil FW Mike
Brazil FW Jorge Lopes
Brazil FW Maurício

2005 Copa do Brasil

Paulista won the Copa do Brasil 2005, playing the following matches:

Stage Match 1st Leg 2nd Leg
First Round Paulista - Juventude 1-0 1-1
Second Round Paulista - Botafogo 1-1 2-2
Third Round Internacional - Paulista 1-0 0-1 (2-4 pens)
Quarter-Finals Figueirense - Paulista 1-0 0-1 (1-3 pens)
Semi-Finals Paulista - Cruzeiro 3-1 2-3
Final Paulista - Fluminense 2-0 0-0
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