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2020 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A

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The 2020 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (officially the Brasileirão Assaí 2020 for sponsorship reasons) is the 64th season of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the top level of professional football in Brazil, and the 17th edition in a double round-robin since its establishment in 2003. The competition was originally scheduled to begin on 3 May and end on 6 December,[1] however due to the COVID-19 pandemic the tournament was rescheduled, starting on 8 August 2020 and ending on 24 February 2021.[2]

The top six teams as well as the 2020 Copa do Brasil champions will qualify for the Copa Libertadores. The next six best-placed teams not qualified for Copa Libertadores will qualify for the Copa Sudamericana and the last four will be relegated to Série B for 2021. Flamengo are the defending champions. The match ball for the 2020 season is the Nike Merlin CBF 2020, which was presented by the Brazilian Football Confederation on 31 January 2020.

2020 Nike Merlin CBF

Teams[edit source | edit]

Lua error in Module:Location_map/multi at line 27: Unable to find the specified location map definition: "Module:Location map/data/Brazil" does not exist. Twenty teams compete in the league – the top sixteen teams from the previous season, as well as four teams promoted from the Série B.

Red Bull Bragantino became the first club to be promoted after a 3–1 win against Guarani on 5 November 2019.[3] Sport was promoted on 20 November,[4] and Coritiba and Atlético Goianiense on 30 November.[5]

Number of teams by state[edit source | edit]

Number of teams State Team(s)
5 Template:Country data São Paulo Corinthians, Palmeiras, Red Bull Bragantino, Santos and São Paulo
4 Template:Country data Rio de Janeiro Botafogo, Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco da Gama
2 Template:Country data Ceará Ceará and Fortaleza
Template:Country data Goiás Atlético Goianiense and Goiás
Template:Country data Paraná Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba
Template:Country data Rio Grande do Sul Grêmio and Internacional
1 Template:Country data Bahia Bahia
Template:Country data Minas Gerais Atlético Mineiro
Template:Country data Pernambuco Sport

Stadiums and locations[edit source | edit]

Team Location State Stadium Capacity
Athletico Paranaense Curitiba Template:Country data Paraná Arena da Baixada 42,372
Atlético Goianiense Goiânia Template:Country data Goiás Antônio Accioly 12,500
Atlético Mineiro Belo Horizonte Template:Country data Minas Gerais Mineirão 61,846
Bahia Salvador Template:Country data Bahia Pituaçu 32,157
Botafogo Rio de Janeiro Template:Country data Rio de Janeiro Olímpico Nilton Santos 44,661
Ceará Fortaleza Template:Country data Ceará Castelão 63,903
Corinthians São Paulo Template:Country data São Paulo Neo Química Arena 47,605
Coritiba Curitiba Template:Country data Paraná Couto Pereira 40,502
Flamengo Rio de Janeiro Template:Country data Rio de Janeiro Maracanã 78,838
Fluminense Rio de Janeiro Template:Country data Rio de Janeiro Maracanã 78,838
Fortaleza Fortaleza Template:Country data Ceará Castelão 63,903
Goiás Goiânia Template:Country data Goiás Estádio da Serrinha 12,500
Grêmio Porto Alegre Template:Country data Rio Grande do Sul Arena do Grêmio 55,662
Internacional Porto Alegre Template:Country data Rio Grande do Sul Beira-Rio 50,128
Palmeiras São Paulo Template:Country data São Paulo Allianz Parque 43,713
Red Bull Bragantino Bragança Paulista Template:Country data São Paulo Nabi Abi Chedid 17,128
Santos Santos Template:Country data São Paulo Vila Belmiro 16,068
São Paulo São Paulo Template:Country data São Paulo Morumbi 72,039
Sport Recife Template:Country data Pernambuco Ilha do Retiro 32,983
Vasco da Gama Rio de Janeiro Template:Country data Rio de Janeiro São Januário 24,584

Personnel and kits[edit source | edit]

Team Manager Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt main sponsor
Athletico Paranaense Brazil Paulo Autuori Brazil Thiago Heleno England Umbro[6] Vacant
Atlético Goianiense Brazil Marcelo Cabo Brazil Gilvan Brazil Dragão Premium (club manufactured kit)[7] Template:Country data MLT Estadium.bet
Atlético Mineiro Argentina Jorge Sampaoli Brazil Réver France Le Coq Sportif[8] Brazil Banco BMG
Bahia Brazil Dado Cavalcanti Brazil Gregore Brazil Esquadrão (club manufactured kit)[9] Template:Country data CUW Casa de Apostas
Botafogo Brazil Eduardo Barroca Template:Country data PAR Gatito Fernández Italy Kappa[10] Vacant
Ceará Brazil Guto Ferreira Brazil Luiz Otávio Brazil Vozão (club manufactured kit)[11] Template:Country data MLT Estadium.bet[12]
Corinthians Brazil Vágner Mancini Brazil Cássio United States Nike[13] Brazil Banco BMG
Coritiba Template:Country data PAR Gustavo Morínigo Brazil Rafinha Brazil 1909 (club manufactured kit)[14] Template:Country data CUW Marjo Sports
Flamengo Brazil Rogério Ceni Brazil Éverton Ribeiro Germany Adidas[15] Brazil Banco BRB[16]
Fluminense Brazil Marcão Brazil Fred England Umbro[17] Vacant
Fortaleza Brazil Marcelo Chamusca Brazil Wellington Paulista Brazil Leão1918 (club manufactured kit)[18] Template:Country data CUW Esportenet
Goiás Brazil Augusto César Brazil Rafael Moura Brazil Gr33n (club manufactured kit)[19] Template:Country data CUW Marjo Sports
Grêmio Brazil Renato Portaluppi Brazil Pedro Geromel England Umbro[20] Brazil Banrisul
Internacional Brazil Abel Braga Brazil Edenílson Germany Adidas[21] Brazil Banrisul
Palmeiras Portugal Abel Ferreira Brazil Felipe Melo Germany Puma[22] Brazil Crefisa
Red Bull Bragantino Brazil Maurício Barbieri Brazil Léo Ortiz United States Nike[23] Template:Country data AUT Red Bull
Santos Brazil Cuca Template:Country data URU Carlos Sánchez England Umbro[24] Vacant
São Paulo Brazil Fernando Diniz Brazil Dani Alves Germany Adidas[25] Brazil Banco Inter
Sport Brazil Jair Ventura Brazil Patric England Umbro[26] Vacant
Vasco da Gama Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo Brazil Leandro Castán Italy Kappa[27] Brazil Banco BMG

Foreign players[edit source | edit]

The clubs can have a maximum of five foreign players in their Campeonato Brasileiro squads per match, but there is no limit of foreigners in the clubs' squads.

Club Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5 Player 6 Player 7
Athletico Paranaense Argentina Lucho González Template:Country data COL Felipe Aguilar Template:Country data COL Jaime Alvarado
Atlético Goianiense South Korea Chicodn
Atlético Mineiro Template:Country data COL Dylan Borrero Template:Country data VEN Jefferson Savarino Template:Country data PAR Júnior Alonso Template:Country data ECU Alan Franco Argentina Matías Zaracho Template:Country data CHI Eduardo Vargas
Bahia Template:Country data COL Juan Ramírez
Botafogo Template:Country data PAR Gatito Fernández Template:Country data URU Federico Barrandeguy Template:Country data PER Alexander Lecaros Template:Country data CIV Salomon Kalou Template:Country data COL Carlos Rentería Template:Country data COL Iván Angulo
Ceará
Corinthians Template:Country data URU Bruno Méndez Template:Country data CHI Ángelo Araos Template:Country data COL Víctor Cantillo Template:Country data VEN Rómulo Otero Template:Country data ECU Juan Cazares
Coritiba Argentina Martín Sarrafiore Argentina Ezequiel Cerutti Template:Country data COL Brayan Lucumí
Flamengo Template:Country data URU Giorgian De Arrascaeta Template:Country data CHI Mauricio Isla Template:Country data COL Richard Ríos
Fluminense Portugal Marcos Paulodn Template:Country data URU Michel Araújo Template:Country data PER Fernando Pacheco
Fortaleza Template:Country data COL Juan Quintero Argentina Mariano Vázquez
Goiás Argentina Ariel Cabral
Grêmio Argentina Walter Kannemann Template:Country data COL Luis Orejuela Argentina Diego Churín Template:Country data CHI César Pinares
Internacional Argentina Víctor Cuesta Template:Country data PER Paolo Guerrero United States Johnny Cardosodn Argentina Renzo Saravia Template:Country data URU Abel Hernández Argentina Leandro Fernández
Palmeiras Template:Country data PAR Gustavo Gómez Template:Country data URU Matías Viña Template:Country data CHI Benjamín Kuscevic
Red Bull Bragantino Template:Country data ECU Leonardo Realpe Template:Country data VEN Jan Hurtado Template:Country data COL César Haydar Argentina Tomás Cuello
Santos Template:Country data URU Carlos Sánchez Template:Country data VEN Yeferson Soteldo
São Paulo Template:Country data ECU Robert Arboleda Template:Country data ECU Joao Rojas Template:Country data URU Gonzalo Carneiro Template:Country data COL Santiago Tréllez Template:Country data SPA Juanfran
Sport Template:Country data URU Leandro Barcia
Vasco da Gama Argentina Germán Cano Argentina Martín Benítez Argentina Leonardo Gil Template:Country data COL Gustavo Torres

(dn) = Player holding Brazilian dual nationality.

Managerial changes[edit source | edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming manager Date of appointment Ref
Atlético Goianiense Brazil Eduardo Barroca Resigned 30 November 2019 Pre-season Brazil Cristóvão Borges 19 January 2020 [28][29]
Internacional Brazil Zé Ricardo End of contract 8 December 2019 Argentina Eduardo Coudet 16 December 2019 [30][31]
Atlético Mineiro Brazil Vágner Mancini Template:Country data VEN Rafael Dudamel 2 January 2020 [32]
Corinthians Brazil Dyego Coelho End of caretaker tenure Brazil Tiago Nunes 5 November 2019 [33]
Athletico Paranaense Brazil Eduardo Barros Brazil Dorival Júnior 27 December 2019 [34]
Palmeiras Brazil Andrey Lopes 9 December 2019 Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo 15 December 2019 [35]
Santos Argentina Jorge Sampaoli Resigned 10 December 2019 Portugal Jesualdo Ferreira 23 December 2019 [36]
Fluminense Brazil Marcão Demoted to assistant coach 11 December 2019 Brazil Odair Hellmann 11 December 2019 [37]
Coritiba Brazil Jorginho End of contract 12 December 2019 Brazil Eduardo Barroca 20 December 2019 [38][39]
Vasco da Gama Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo Brazil Abel Braga 16 December 2019 [40][41]
Red Bull Bragantino Brazil Antônio Carlos Zago Signed by Kashima Antlers 24 December 2019 Brazil Felipe Conceição 26 January 2020 [42][43]
Botafogo Brazil Alberto Valentim Sacked 9 February 2020 Brazil Paulo Autuori 13 February 2020 [44][45]
Ceará Brazil Argel Fucks Brazil Enderson Moreira 9 February 2020 [46][47]
Sport Brazil Guto Ferreira 13 February 2020 Brazil Daniel Paulista 15 February 2020 [48][49]
Atlético Goianiense Brazil Cristóvão Borges 25 February 2020 Brazil Vágner Mancini 25 June 2020 [50][51]
Atlético Mineiro Template:Country data VEN Rafael Dudamel 27 February 2020 Argentina Jorge Sampaoli 1 March 2020 [52][53]
Vasco da Gama Brazil Abel Braga 16 March 2020 Brazil Ramon Menezes 30 March 2020 [54][55]
Ceará Brazil Enderson Moreira 17 March 2020 Brazil Guto Ferreira 17 March 2020 [56]
Flamengo Portugal Jorge Jesus Signed by Benfica 17 July 2020 Spain Domènec Torrent 31 July 2020 [57][58]
Santos Portugal Jesualdo Ferreira Sacked 5 August 2020 Brazil Cuca 7 August 2020 [59][60]
Coritiba Brazil Eduardo Barroca 20 August 2020 20th Brazil Mozart (caretaker) 20 August 2020 [61]
Goiás Brazil Ney Franco 18th Brazil Thiago Larghi 21 August 2020 [62][63]
Sport Brazil Daniel Paulista 24 August 2020 18th Brazil Jair Ventura 24 August 2020 [64][65]
Coritiba Brazil Mozart End of caretaker tenure 20th Brazil Jorginho [66]
Athletico Paranaense Brazil Dorival Júnior Sacked 28 August 2020 10th Brazil Eduardo Barros (caretaker) 28 August 2020 [67]
Red Bull Bragantino Brazil Felipe Conceição 31 August 2020 17th Brazil Marcinho (caretaker) 31 August 2020 [68]
Brazil Marcinho End of caretaker tenure 2 September 2020 17th Brazil Maurício Barbieri 2 September 2020 [69]
Bahia Brazil Roger Machado Sacked 12th Brazil Cláudio Prates (caretaker) [70]
Brazil Cláudio Prates End of caretaker tenure 9 September 2020 12th Brazil Mano Menezes 9 September 2020 [71]
Corinthians Brazil Tiago Nunes Sacked 11 September 2020 13th Brazil Dyego Coelho (caretaker) 11 September 2020 [72]
Goiás Brazil Thiago Larghi 28 September 2020 20th Brazil Enderson Moreira 28 September 2020 [73][74]
Botafogo Brazil Paulo Autuori 1 October 2020 19th Brazil Bruno Lazaroni 1 October 2020 [75]
Vasco da Gama Brazil Ramon Menezes 8 October 2020 10th Portugal Ricardo Sá Pinto 14 October 2020 [76][77]
Atlético Goianiense Brazil Vágner Mancini Signed by Corinthians 12 October 2020 12th Brazil Eduardo Souza (caretaker) 12 October 2020 [78][79]
Corinthians Brazil Dyego Coelho End of caretaker tenure 12 October 2020 17th Brazil Vágner Mancini [80]
Palmeiras Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo Sacked 14 October 2020 7th Brazil Andrey Lopes (caretaker) 14 October 2020 [81]
Athletico Paranaense Brazil Eduardo Barros 22 October 2020 17th Brazil Paulo Autuori 22 October 2020 [82]
Coritiba Brazil Jorginho 25 October 2020 19th Brazil Rodrigo Santana 29 October 2020 [83][84]
Botafogo Brazil Bruno Lazaroni 28 October 2020 16th Argentina Ramón Díaz 5 November 2020 [85][86]
Palmeiras Brazil Andrey Lopes End of caretaker tenure 30 October 2020 7th Portugal Abel Ferreira 30 October 2020 [87]
Atlético Goianiense Brazil Eduardo Souza 7 November 2020 13th Brazil Marcelo Cabo 7 November 2020 [88]
Internacional Argentina Eduardo Coudet Signed by Celta de Vigo 9 November 2020 1st Brazil Abel Braga 10 November 2020
Flamengo Template:Country data SPA Domènec Torrent Sacked 3rd Brazil Rogério Ceni
Fortaleza Brazil Rogério Ceni Signed by Flamengo 11th Brazil Marcelo Chamusca 11 November 2020
Goiás Brazil Enderson Moreira Sacked 17 November 2020 20th Brazil Augusto César 17 November 2020 [89]
Botafogo Argentina Ramón Díaz Resigned 27 November 2020 16th Brazil Eduardo Barroca 27 November 2020
Fluminense Brazil Odair Hellmann Signed by Al-Wasl 7 December 2020 5th Brazil Marcão 7 December 2020
Coritiba Brazil Rodrigo Santana Sacked 13 December 2020 19th Brazil Pachequinho (caretaker) 13 December 2020 [90]
Bahia Brazil Mano Menezes 20 December 2020 16th Brazil Dado Cavalcanti 21 December 2020
Vasco da Gama Portugal Ricardo Sá Pinto 29 December 2020 17th Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo 31 December 2020 [91]
Coritiba Brazil Pachequinho End of caretaker tenure 31 December 2020 20th Template:Country data PAR Gustavo Morínigo 6 January 2021

Standings[edit source | edit]

League table[edit source | edit]

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Positions by round[edit source | edit]

The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches.
In order to preserve chronological evolvements, any postponed matches are not included to the round at which they were originally scheduled, but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards.

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Results[edit source | edit]

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Season statistics[edit source | edit]

Top scorers[edit source | edit]

As of 20 January 2021
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Brazil Thiago Galhardo Internacional 16
2 Brazil Claudinho Red Bull Bragantino 15
Brazil Marinho Santos
4 Brazil Luciano São Paulo 13
5 Brazil Pedro Flamengo 12
6 Brazil Brenner São Paulo 11
Argentina Germán Cano Vasco da Gama
Brazil Raphael Veiga Palmeiras
9 Brazil Keno Atlético Mineiro 10
Brazil Luiz Adriano Palmeiras
Brazil Renato Kayzer Atlético Goianiense / Athletico Paranaense
Brazil Yuri Alberto Internacional

Source: Soccerway

Assists[edit source | edit]

As of 18 January 2021
Rank Player Club Assists
1 Brazil Bruno Henrique Flamengo 6
Brazil Keno Atlético Mineiro
Brazil Marinho Santos
Template:Country data VEN Jefferson Savarino Atlético Mineiro
Brazil Vinícius Goes Ceará
Brazil Ytalo Red Bull Bragantino
7 Brazil Léo Chú Ceará 5
Template:Country data URU Giorgian De Arrascaeta Flamengo
Brazil Edenílson Internacional
Brazil Thiago Galhardo Internacional
Brazil Giovanni Augusto Coritiba
Template:Country data CHI Mauricio Isla Flamengo
Brazil Juninho Capixaba Bahia
Brazil Gabriel Menino Palmeiras
Brazil Reinaldo São Paulo

Source: Soccerway

Clean sheets[edit source | edit]

As of 20 January 2021
Rank Player Club Clean
sheets
1 Brazil Marcelo Lomba Internacional 12
2 Brazil Felipe Alves Fortaleza 10
Brazil Tiago Volpi São Paulo
Brazil Weverton Palmeiras
5 Brazil Fernando Miguel Vasco da Gama 9
Brazil Santos Athletico Paranaense
7 Brazil Cássio Corinthians 8
Brazil Jean Atlético Goianiense
Brazil Wilson Coritiba
10 Brazil Luan Polli Sport 7
Brazil Tadeu Goiás

Source: FBref.com

Awards[edit source | edit]

Monthly awards[edit source | edit]

Month Player of the month Ref.
Player Club
August Brazil Thiago Galhardo Internacional [92]
September Brazil Marinho Santos [93]
October Brazil Pedro Flamengo [94]
November Brazil Luciano São Paulo [95]
December Brazil Brenner São Paulo
January
February

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