Part 3 –  Brazilian women’s football clubs


Guerreiras da Águia

São José Esporte Clube, commonly known as just São José, is a Brazilian women’s football club, based in the city of São José dos Campos – SP. The club was founded in 2010. The female team of São José is maintained with funds from the Prefecture and partner with ETEP Colleges through the Law of Fiscal Incentives (LIF) and represents the city in the Paulista Football Federation. They won the 2011 Copa Libertadores, after beating Chilean club Colo-Colo 1-0. São José play their home matches at Estádio Martins Pereira. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 15,317 people.

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Notable players:


Miraildes Maciel Mota, commonly known as Formiga (Portuguese for ant) is a  member of the Brazil women’s national football team. She already played to Chicago Red Stars (USA), Gold Pride (USA) and Malmö FF (Sweden).

Born: 18 October 1989

Position: Midfielder

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Francielle Manoel Alberto, commonly known as Francielle or Fran, is a  member of the Brazil women’s national football team. She already played to Saint Louis Athletica (USA), Sky Blue FC (USA) and Santos (BRA).

Born:3 March 1978
Position: Midfielder

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Daiane (Bagé)

Daiane Menezes Rodrigues, commonly known as Bagé  is a Brazilian footballer. She currently plays as a defender to Brazilian National Team.
Born: April 15, 1983

Position: Defender

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Keep checking this page as more teams will be added on a daily basis 

© Izzy / Women’s Soccer United

  1. Women's Soccer United 9 years ago

    Yes, at the LP Field in Nashville, Tenn

  2. Richard Murray 9 years ago

    I am happy for the information, but I have never known anyone to see the matches for the copa libertadores womens or the copa brasil.

  3. Sebastian Kanty 10 years ago

    thanks for the info…as v. diesel said: “This is Brazil !”

  4. Asa 10 years ago

    Thank you Izzy 🙂

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