Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense

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Club Name Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense
Nickname(s) Tricolor, Imortal (Immortal)
Founded 1903
Stadium Arena do Grêmio
Manager Brazil Vanderlei Luxemburgo
Division Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A

Grêmio FBPA are a Brazilian football team from from the most southern state of Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, just like it's rival, Internacional.

The Porto Alegre derby, called "Grenal", is considered one of the two biggest, if not the biggest rivalry in the entire country. Players and managers have been sacked in the past based on almost only the derby result criteria. Gremio are 6th in the rank of who has the biggest number of supporters in Brazil and are one of the only two teams that have won 4 Brazilian Cups, the other being Cruzeiro.

They have won 35 state championships (Gauchão), 2 national championships (Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A), 2 South-American cups (Copa Libertadores) and one intercontinental cup, the equivalent to the World Cup of Clubs back then. In their recent spells they have reached the semi-final of the Copa Libertadores in 2009, finished second in the Brazilan Championship in 2008 and reached the final of the Copa Libertadores in 2007 - when they lost to Boca Juniors. Their last big success was in 1995/96 when they won the national championship, won the Copa Libertadores and later on failed to be world champions after loosing in a penalty shoot-out to Ajax.


[edit] Pre-PES 2012

Grêmio has never appeared in the PES series. They have provided quality players that have made their fame world wide such as Ronaldinho, Emerson, Lucas Leiva, Anderson, Carlos Eduardo, Anderson Polga, Rafael Carioca. Others barely passed by during a quick spell such as Grafite, Michel Bastos, Gilberto, Maxi Lopez.

[edit] PES 2012

Grêmio will feature in PES for the first time, playing in the Copa Libertadores.

[edit] PES 2013

They appear on the Brazilian League, having one of the best teams in the league.

[edit] Current Squad

Pos. Name Information
GK.png BrazilFlag.png Dida
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Vilson
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Cris
RB.png BrazilFlag.png Pará
LB.png BrazilFlag.png Anderson Pico
CMF.png BrazilFlag.png Souza
DMF.png BrazilFlag.png Fernando Lucas
AMF.png BrazilFlag.png Elano
CMF.png BrazilFlag.png Zé Roberto CAPTAIN
SS.png BrazilFlag.png Kléber
CF.png BoliviaFlag.png Marcelo Moreno
GK.png BrazilFlag.png Marcelo Grohe
GK.png BrazilFlag.png Gustavo Busatto
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Naldo
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Werley
RB.png BrazilFlag.png Edilson
LB.png BrazilFlag.png Fábio Aurélio
DMF.png BrazilFlag.png Felipe Guedes
CMF.png BrazilFlag.png Leo Gago
AMF.png BrazilFlag.png Marco Antônio
SS.png ChileFlag.png Eduardo Vargas
SS.png BrazilFlag.png Leandro
CF.png BrazilFlag.png Andre Lima
GK.png BrazilFlag.png Matheus
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Douglas Grolli
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Saimon
CB.png BrazilFlag.png Pablo Castro
RB.png BrazilFlag.png Tony
LMF.png BrazilFlag.png Felipe Nunes
AMF.png ArgentinaFlag.png Facundo Bertoglio
AMF.png BrazilFlag.png Rondinelly

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