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Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 3/12: Fluminense
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Gremio, Botafogo, Atletico Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, Sao Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.
Episode 3/12: Fluminense (State: Rio de Janeiro), founded in 1902
State rivals: Flamengo, Vasco and Botafogo
Stadium: Laranjeiras (old) / Maracanã
Mascot: The Little Warrior
Major achievements: 4 Brazilian Leagues (1970, 1984, 2010, 2012), 1 Copa do Brasil (2007), 2 Rio-São Paulo Tournament (1957, 1960)
State League titles: 31 (Against Flamengo's 36, Vasco's 24, Botafogo's 21)PLAY AND LISTEN TO FLUMINENSE'S ANTHEM WHILE READING - Click here
Fluminense was founded in 1902, with its name being the denomination of the native people of the state of Rio de Janeiro. In 1906 they played the first Brazilian football derby, the so-called "Grand-father's Derby", against Botafogo, and won 6-0. In 1911, after an intern cission, 9 of their starters left Fluminense to found the Flamengo Football Department - the Fluminense reserves would take their place, and beat the new Flamengo 3-2 in 1912, in what was the first Fla-Flu.
Until the late 1940s, Fluminense dominated the Rio de Janeiro State League, with 15 titles, notably a four-consecutive streak (1906-09). In the 1950s, they notably won the intercontinental 1952 Copa Rio, with highlights to a 3-0 thrashing against Uruguayan 1950 World Cup-winner base team Peñarol, to their wins (1-0 and 5-2) against Austria Wien and a very good Corinthians side (2-0 and 2-2), as well as winning the prestigious interstate Rio-Sao Paulo tournament twice, in 1957 and 1960. In this interstate tournament, only the big teams from Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo were allowed, being the most important title in Brazil at that time.
In 1963, the Fla-Flu of the State League final had the public attendance world record in club football, with 194.603 spectators.
Heating the engines: 1969-1971
Led by coaches Tele Santana, Paulo Amaral and Zagallo, Fluminense won 2 State League titles in 1969 and 1971, and their 1st Brazilian League in 1970. What's interesting is that Brazil won the World Cup in that same year, and only 2 players were from Fluminense (Félix-GK and a young Marco Antonio-LB) - Santos had 5 players (3 starters), Cruzeiro 4 (3 starters) and Botafogo 4 (1 starter + coach), but only Cruzeiro reached the Brazilian League final stage, finisihing 4th. Botafogo finished 7h and Santos 10th, all of them being defeated on the way by Fluminense, in what was the finest league with the finest teams in the history of Brazilian football.
The Machine: 1975-1976
Led by Rivellino, Fluminense won back-to-back State League titles in 1975 and 1976 and the 1976 Tournoi de Paris. They also reached both 1975 and 1976 Serie A semi-finals. Actually, in their 1976 roster, only one of the starters had never been capped to the Brazil NT: they had at their disposal, besides Rivellino, names like Carlos Alberto Torres, PC Caju, Dirceu and the Argentine Doval.
PC Caju, enjoying his status of world legend, made contact with the back-to-back European Cup champions Bayern München of Beckenbauer, Sepp Maier, Gerd Müller, Scharwzenbeck, Kapellmann and Rummenigge to set a friendly match. In a full Maracanã, Fluminense pressed their adversaries, but it would be Gerd Müller who would score the only goal of the match (2mn54s video) - against his own side. Led by Rivellino, who abused of his trademark move against the Germans - The Elastico, which would have been a great assist move, if it wasn't for Gerd Müller desperate attempt to avoid the goal, resulting in him scoring against his own team. The match result (1-0) didn't reflect Fluminense dominance over the European champions, in a match that could have been 3 or 4-0. This friendly was a big deal to Bayern, that would very rarely leave the continent to play - they refused to play the Intercontinental Cup twice in 1974/1975 for example, which only strenghten Fluminense's morale at the time.
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The 1983-1985 generation
Led by coach Parreira and the Washington-Assis duo, Fluminense won three-consecutive State League titles (1983-85) and one Brazilian League title (1984), ending in both cases Flamengo's dominance. However, curiously enough, this Fluminense generation won at the exact point when Zico had left Brazil for a short spell in Italy (1983-85).
Highlights to their notorious matches against Socrates' Corinthians in the semi-finals (2-0 and 0-0), specially in the 1st leg (5mn18s video), and with an incredible miss by Corinthians' Casagrande in the first half of the 2nd leg. In the big final, they would meet their rival Vasco, of Roberto Dinamite. They beat them 1-0 in the 1st leg with this goal from Romerito, and after a 0-0 tie in the 2nd leg -when Vasco incredibly saved a Fluminense's goal on the line-, they were crowned Brazilian champions for the 2nd time.
1995: the "belly-goal" and the State League title
In the final of the 1995 Rio de Janeiro State League, Fluminense faced Flamengo, that were celebrating their centenary and had bought 1994 Ballon d'Or winner Romario from Barcelona, who would make the duo with Savio. However, in the big final at the Maracanã with 120.418 supporters, Renato Gaucho (former Flamengo idol) opened the score for Fluminense with an iconic and eternal goal with his belly (1mn05s video). The match would end 3-2 to Fluminense, now State League champions for the first time since 1985.
Golden Years: 2007-2012
In this period, Fluminense won 2 Brazilian Leagues, 1 Brazilian Cup, 1 State League and reached 2 continental finals.
They first won the Copa do Brasil in 2007 (with this goal from Roger in the big final against Figueirense (1-1 and 1-0), which qualified them to the 2008 Copa Libertadores. In the 2007 Brasileirão they finished 4th, with Thiago Silva and Thiago Neves being elected to the league's Best XI, and Thiago Neves also winning the Golden Ball.
In the 2008 Copa Libertadores, Fluminense had the best groupe stage campaign, with 5W-1D. In the ro16 they knocked off the Colombians of Atlético Nacional (2-1 and 1-0), and in the quarter-finals the back-to-back Brazilian League champions Sao Paulo FC (0-1 and 3-1), with Washington scoring this amazing qualifying goal at the last minute from a header, at the Maracanã. Then, in the semi-finals, they tied with Boca Juniors 2-2 in La Bombonera, after being behind the score twice and with Thiago Neves saving the day with this equalizing goal at minute 76, so they could then beat them 3-1 in Rio de Janeiro, with Washington scoring this beautiful equalizer and therefore qualifying Fluminense to the 2008 Copa Libertadores final.
In the final they would meet the very competitive LDU, from Ecuador. The 1st leg, in Ecuador, ended 4-2 in LDU's favor, with - him again - Thiago Neves scoring a very important goal at '52. The 2nd leg started with LDU opening the score 1-0 at minute 6, but then Thiago Neves would score this amazing and first hat-trick ever in a Copa Libertadores final (1mn02s video) ('12, '28, '58) and take the match to extra time, and then to the penalties - where LDU beat Fluminense 3-1, after the Brazilians missed 3 penalties. This was the Libertadores final with most goals in the history of the tournament (10).
For focusing too much on the Copa Libertadores, Fluminense wasn't caring much about the national league and ended 14th, qualifying to the 2009 Copa Sudamericana (the South American Europa League counterpart).
At the 2009 Brazilian League, however, Fluminense were presenting an awful football display, being at the bottom of the league in the 27th round with a 99% probability of being relegated to serie B. In the most incredible league comeback of Brazilian football history, Fluminense didn't lose any of its following 10 matches (7W-3D), needing only a tie to escape relegation in the last round - which happened in a 1-1 against Coritiba, away from home, and this Team of Warriors would forever be remembered. Marquinho opened the score with this beautiful goal (1mn08s video) in this decisive league match, against Coritiba.
In the 2009 Copa Sudamericana final, they once again met the Ecuadorians from LDU. They lost the 1st leg 1-5 in Ecuador, needing a 4-goal difference win at home to make it to extra time. Fluminense beat LDU's 3-0. The Team of Warriors was applauded by a full Maracanã, and once again these 2 teams broke a continental final goal-record, now with 9 goals scored.
Fluminense would go on to win the 2010 Brazilian National League, led by multichampion coach Muricy Ramalho and the Argentine midfielder and league Golden Ball-winner, Conca. In 2012, they would once again be crowned Brazilian Champions, with 3 rounds in advance, and with 3 players being elected to the League's Best XI: Diego Cavalieri, Carlinhos and Fred. In 2012, they also had the topscorer of the league with 20 goals (Fred), also leaving great teams behind them in the table, notably Ronaldinho's Atletico Mineiro, that finished 2nd.
Some of the notable players from this Golden Era period were Conca, Thiago Neves, Washington, Thiago Silva, Fred, Deco, Diego Cavalieri, Dodô and coaches Renato Gaucho, Cuca, Rene Simoes, Muricy Ramalho and Abel Braga.
Fluminense have been trophyless since 2012, becoming more of a mid table team. They reached, however, one Copa do Brasil semi-final in 2015, one Copa Libertadores quarter-final in 2013 and one Copa Sudamericana semi-final in 2018.
Fluminense also ended 2nd in two State Leagues since then, in 2017 and 2020.
Their youth system is nevertheless still one of Brazil's finest, having formed and sold solid talents and great upcoming players, notably: Marcelo (Real Madrid), Thiago Silva (PSG), Fabinho (Liverpool), Gerson (Flamengo) and Pedro (Fiorentina/Flamengo).
Fluminense historic idols list is also extensive, as you can see in the table below:
|Castilho||1947-65||697||0||4 (1950, 1954, 1958, 1962)|
|Didi||1949-56||297||95||3 (1954, 1958, 1962)|
|Branco||1983-86, 1994, 1998||157||12||3 (1986, 1990, 1994)|
|Carlos Alberto Torres||1962-65, 1976||169||19||1 (1970)|
|Gérson||1972-74||57||4||2 (1966, 1970)|
|PC Caju||1975-76||85||16||2 (1970, 1974)|
|Rivellino||1975-78||159||57||3 (1970, 1974, 1978)|
|Renato Gaucho||1995-97||72||27||1 (1990)|
|Romario||2002-04||77||48||2 (1990, 1994)|
|Thiago Silva||2006-08||146||14||3 (2010, 2014, 2018)|
|Deco||2010-13||92||7||2 (2006, 2010)|
|Fred||2009-16, 2020||288||172||2 (2006, 2014)|
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