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Torneio de Integração da Amazônia

Not to be confused with Copa Integração.

The Torneio de Integração da Amazônia was a football competition organized by the Brazilian Football Confederation with the intention to integrate the Amazonian region and to develop the football in the region.[1]

Format

In 2003, the eight participating clubs were divided in the first stage in two groups of four teams each, the winner of each group played the final.[2] All stages of the competition were played in single-legged games.[2]

List of champions

Season Champion
1975 Macapá (AP)
1976 Rio Branco (AC)
1977 Moto Clube (RO)
1978 Moto Clube (RO)
1979 Rio Branco (AC)
1980 Ferroviário (RO)
1981 Juventus (AC)
1982 Juventus (AC)
1983 Baré (RR)
1984 Rio Branco (AC)
1985 Baré (RR)*
Trem (AP)*
1986 Trem (AP)
1987 Trem (AP)
1988 Trem (AP)
1989 Trem (AP)
1990 Trem (AP)
1991-2002 Not held
2003 CFA (RO)

* The 1985 title was shared between Baré and Trem.[1]

Statistics

Titles by team

Club State Titles
Trem Amapá Amapá 5 (1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 and 1990)
Rio Branco Acre (state) Acre 3 (1976, 1979 and 1984)
Baré Roraima Roraima 2 (1983 and 1985)
Juventus Acre (state) Acre 2 (1981 and 1982)
Moto Clube Rondônia Rondônia 2 (1977 and 1978)
Macapá Amapá Amapá 1 (1975)
Ferroviário Rondônia Rondônia 1 (1980)
CFA Rondônia Rondônia 1 (2003)

Titles by state

State Titles
 Amapá 6
 Acre 5
 Rondônia 4
 Roraima 2

References

External links

  • RSSSF Brasil

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