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Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
54
33
13
1
1 - 0
1.52
1.85
21° broken clouds
3 - 2
4
12
84
2
0 - 3
2.9
1.19
29° light rain
1 - 2
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
80.31
19.69
Under
1.52
1.6
3 - 2
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
54%
Home
0
1 - 0
1.52
1.07
3 - 2
62%
Home
+3
0 - 3
2.9
1.23
1 - 2
Home team - Away team
1
×
2
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Weather conditions
Score
27
31
42
2
0 - 1
1.94
2.38
1 - 0
43
19
38
1
2 - 1
4.89
2.33
26° moderate rain
3 - 1
52
28
20
1
1 - 0
2.07
1.92
26° light rain
1 - 1
Home team - Away team
Under
Over
Betimate
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
69.44
30.56
Under
1.94
1.38
1 - 0
13.63
86.37
Over
4.89
1.72
3 - 1
Home team - Away team
No
Yes
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
62
38
No
0 - 1
1.94
2.24
1 - 0
17
83
Yes
2 - 1
4.89
2.65
3 - 1
Home team - Away team
Probability in%
Betimate
Correct score
Avg. goals
Odds
Score
58%
Home
+1
0 - 1
1.94
1.15
1 - 0
57%
Away
0
2 - 1
4.89
1.13
3 - 1

Copa Paulista in essence

A foundation for the reuniting championship Recopa Sul-Brasileira. To make your next time watching the Copa Paulista become easier to understand, this article will enlighten you with the fundamentals about this competition. 

Basic understanding of the Copa Paulista

Let’s grasp some knowledge about the Paulista Cup and see what has happened since the cup’s inception. This part will give you the most general view about the Copa Paulista. 

What is it?

The Paulista Cup, or Copa Paulista is known under the official name as the Copa Paulista de Futebol. It is also called simply as Copa FPF, or São Paulo State Cup. It is a Brazilian football cup competition that is governed by Federação Paulista de Futebol. 

Teams who qualify for the Copa Paulista must be from São Paulo state and currently not playing in the Brazilian League. On the other hand, they can be reserve teams of Paulista teams playing in the Brazilian League.  

Paulista Cup

Paulista Cup

History

The Copa Paulista was founded in 1999 and has had several names due to sponsorship reasons during the existence of this tournament. 

  • In 2001, the cup was called Copa Coca-Cola (Coca-Cola Cup) because the Coca-Cola company sponsored this competition. 
  • In 2002, it was referred to as Copa Futebol Interior (São Paulo Countryside Football Cup).
  • In the 2003 edition, the cup was named Copa Estado de São Paulo (São Paulo State Cup).
  • In the 2004-2007 period, it was called Copa FPF. 
  • Since 2008, the cup has got this current name, as the Copa Paulista de Futebol.

During the history of the Copa Paulista, there were several similar competitions being held. For instance, the 1999 Copa Estado de São Paulo (São Paulo State Cup) and the 2002 Copa Mauro Ramos (Mauro Ramos Cup) were the two typical Brazilian football competitions that were operated similarly to the Copa Paulista. 

The format of the Paulista Cup

There were some changes in the format of the Paulista Cup since its inception. In 2005, the tournament called for 28 Brazilian clubs, which were then divided into four groups of seven. In the first stage, each team competed with their opponents in the same group twice, following a true round-robin format. After that, the top four clubs from four groups advanced to the second round. From this round to the final, all the matches were played over two-legged ties. 

In the next season, the number of participants were increased to 32 clubs. They were separated into four groups of eight. Except for the expansion of teams, the same format was applied in this period.    

Since 2005, the winner of the Copa Paulista was eligible for the next season of the Copa do Brasil. Since 2007, they have qualified for the Recopa Sul-Brasileira, in which four winners from four domestic football competitions: the Copa FPF (Copa Paulista), the Copa Paraná, the Copa Santa Catarina, and the Copa FGF (Copa Gaucho).

Titles by clubs

Club

Winning times

Season

Santo André

2

2003, 2014

Noroeste

2

2005, 2012

Ferroviária

2

2006, 2017

Paulista

2

2010, 2011

Bandeirante

1

2001

São Bento

1

2002

Santos

1

2004

Juventus

1

2007

Atlético Sorocaba

1

2008

Votoraty

1

2009

São Bernardo

1

2013

Linense

1

2015

XV de Piracicaba

1

2016

Votuporanguense

1

2018

São Caetano

1

2019

Portuguesa

1

2020

 

The table above has shown us how the Copa Paulista’s teams played throughout the history of this competition. The four teams with the highest achievements are Santo André, Noroeste, Ferroviária, Paulista with two times winning the title. 

Ferroviária won the Copa Paulista 2017

Ferroviária won the Copa Paulista 2017

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copa_Paulista