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2009 Campeonato Paulista

Campeonato Paulista - Série A1
Season 2009
Champions Corinthians (26th title)
Relegated Guaratinguetá
Marília
Guarani
Noroeste
Copa do Brasil Corinthians
Santos
Goals scored 580
Top goalscorer Pedrão (16)
2008
2010

The 2009 Campeonato Paulista de Futebol Profissional da Primeira Divisão - Série A1 was the 108th season of São Paulo's top-flight professional football league. The season began on January 21 and ended on May 3. Corinthians were crowned the league champion after going through the competition undefeated.

Participating teams

Club Home city
Botafogo Ribeirão Preto
Bragantino Bragança Paulista
Corinthians São Paulo
Grêmio Barueri Barueri
Guarani Campinas
Guaratinguetá Guaratinguetá
Ituano Itu
Marília Marília
Mirassol Mirassol
Mogi Mirim Mogi Mirim
Noroeste Bauru
Oeste Itápolis
Palmeiras São Paulo
Paulista Jundiaí
Ponte Preta Campinas
Portuguesa São Paulo
Santo André Santo André
Santos Santos
São Caetano São Caetano do Sul
São Paulo São Paulo

First phase

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Palmeiras 19 13 5 1 38 17 +21 44 Advances to Semifinals
2 São Paulo 19 12 4 3 33 17 +16 40
3 Corinthians 19 10 9 0 33 15 +18 39
4 Santos 19 11 4 4 28 17 +11 37
5 Portuguesa 19 11 4 4 27 17 +10 37
6 Santo André 19 10 3 6 31 20 +11 33 Qualification to the Campeonato do Interior
7 Mirassol 19 7 7 5 34 32 +2 28
8 Grêmio Barueri 19 7 6 6 29 27 +2 27
9 Ponte Preta 19 6 6 7 31 31 0 24
10 Bragantino 19 6 5 8 34 30 +4 23
11 São Caetano 19 6 4 9 24 30 −6 22
12 Paulista 19 5 5 9 26 28 −2 20
13 Ituano 19 5 5 9 20 30 −10 20
14 Oeste 19 4 8 7 22 27 −5 20
15 Botafogo-SP 19 5 4 10 27 35 −8 19
16 Mogi Mirim 19 5 4 10 22 36 −14 19
17 Guaratinguetá 19 4 7 8 28 33 −5 19 Relegation to the Campeonato Paulista Série A2
18 Marília 19 4 6 9 26 39 −13 18
19 Guarani 19 3 5 11 12 27 −15 14
20 Noroeste 19 3 5 11 18 35 −17 14

Updated to games played on 5 April 2009.
Source: RSSSF Brazil
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Knockout phase

Bracket

  Semi-finals Finals
                         
1  Palmeiras 1 1 2  
4  Santos 2 2 4  
    4  Santos 1 1 2
  3  Corinthias 3 1 4
2  São Paulo 1 0 1
3  Corinthias 2 2 4  

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Santos Brazil 4–2 Brazil Palmeiras 2–1 2–1
Corinthians Brazil 4–1 Brazil São Paulo 2–1 2–0

Finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Santos Brazil 2–4 Brazil Corinthians 1–3 1–1

Campeonato do Interior

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Grêmio Barueri Brazil 7–6 Brazil Mirassol 2–3 5–3
Ponte Preta Brazil 4–3 Brazil Santo André 3–2 1–1

Finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ponte Preta Brazil 3–1 Brazil Grêmio Barueri 2–0 1–1

Top scorers

Rank Player Team Goals
1 Brazil Pedrão Grêmio Barueri 16
2 Brazil Keirrison Palmeiras 13
3 Brazil Washington São Paulo 12
4 Brazil Edno Portuguesa 11
Brazil Kléber Pereira Santos 11
5 Brazil Danilo Neco Ponte Preta 10
Brazil Zé Carlos Paulista 10

External links

  • Official webpage (Portuguese)
  • Championship on RSSSF Brazil

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