The attacking player (No. 10) attempts to kick the ball beyond the opposing team's goalkeeper, between the goalposts, and beneath the crossbar (not shown) to score a goal.

Brazilian football pundit and retired footballer who played as a forward.

- Edílson

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Guarani FC

Brazilian association football club in Campinas, São Paulo.

Carlos Gomes
Overview of the Brinco de Ouro stadium.
Brinco de Ouro stadium, during a night game.


Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras

Brazilian professional football club based in the city of São Paulo, in the district of Perdizes.

First crest in 1915
Photo of Palestra Italia in 1916
Photo of Palestra Italia State Champion in 1920
Photo of Palestra Italia in 1932
Oscar Francisco Nascimento (1930)
Oberdan Cattani
Photo of Palestra Italia State Champion in 1940
Palmeiras in 1942
Copa Rio 1951 Trophy
Palmeiras team profiled before the final against Juventus in 1951 at Maracanã Stadium
Ademir da Guia
The First Academy in 1960
The Second Academy in 1969
Luís Pereira (right) at the 1974 FIFA World Cup
Palmeiras's supporters
César Sampaio
Luiz Felipe Scolari
Palmeiras against Liga Deportiva Universitaria in 2009
Allianz Parque
Marcos Assunção
Fernando Prass
Gabriel Jesus
Zé Roberto
Palmeiras' supporters at Allianz Parque
Yerry Mina
Dudu in 2018
Breno Lopes
Palmeiras' supporters at Estadio Centenario
Palmeiras footballers with the Recopa trophy
The old Estádio Palestra Itália
Estádio Palestra Itália in 2010
The new Allianz Parque
External view
External view
Palmeiras' supporters at Allianz Parque
Palmeiras' supporters in Estádio Palestra Itália
Palmeiras against Corinthians in 2010
Palmeiras against São Paulo in 2007
Palmeiras flag
Abel Ferreira
Palmeiras' former Hall of Trophies
Palmeiras' former Hall of Trophies (other vision)
Oscar Schmidt

In the first full year of the relationship with Parmalat, the team won the Campeonato Paulista in 1993, beating its biggest rival Corinthians in the final, under the command of coach Vanderlei Luxemburgo and with a squad featuring Evair, Zinho, Edmundo, César Sampaio, Mazinho, Antônio Carlos, and Edílson.

Cruzeiro Esporte Clube

Brazilian sports club based in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais.

A Cruzeiro squad before playing a game v. Flamengo in 1923
Cruzeiro's team, 1971.National Archives of Brazil
Cruzeiro's first crest, 1921
The Southern Cross or Crux, is common on a number of other flags and insignia.
Cruzeiro fans
Symbol 1956

It has contributed many key and famous players towards Brazil's FIFA World Cup squads such as Piazza, Tostão, Nelinho, Ronaldo, Luisão, Alex, Maicon, Cris, Jairzinho, Rivaldo and Edílson among so many others.

2000 FIFA Club World Championship

The inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, the world club championship for men's club association football teams.

2000 FIFA Club World Championship
official logo

🇧🇷 Edílson (Corinthians)

Al Ain FC

Professional football club, based in the city of Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Serhiy Rebrov is the current head coach of Al Ain
Mohammed bin Zayed is the current club president.
Hazza bin Zayed, current Vice President.
Bruno Metsu Al Ain's most successful coach with 4 trophies.

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2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONMEBOL)

Listed below are the dates and results for the 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds for the South American zone (CONMEBOL).

The official emblem

🇧🇷 Edílson

1994–95 S.L. Benfica season

The 91st season of Sport Lisboa e Benfica's existence and the club's 61st consecutive season in both Portuguese football and UEFA competitions.

They were joined by two loans, Claudio Caniggia and Edílson, both would be the top-scorers of the team.

List of foreign J.League players

Updated list of foreign players who have played for football clubs in the J.League, including division levels J1 League, J2 League, J3 League, Japan Football League, Japanese Regional Leagues and Japan Soccer League.

Edílson – Kashiwa Reysol, Nagoya Grampus – 1996–1997, 2002–2003, 2006

J.League records and statistics

This page details J. League records.

Edílson for Kashiwa Reysol vs Gamba Osaka (4 May 1996)

Clube Atlético Taboão da Serra

Brazilian football team based in Taboão da Serra, São Paulo, founded in 1985.

🇧🇷 Edílson Capetinha