Fixtures

Copa do Brasil 03/06 23:00 8 Real Brasilia vs Atletico GO - View
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 03/11 22:30 3 Atletico GO vs Goiatuba - View
Brazil Serie A 04/13 19:00 1 Atletico GO vs Flamengo - View
Brazil Serie A 04/17 19:00 2 Botafogo vs Atletico GO - View
Brazil Serie A 04/20 19:00 3 Atletico GO vs Sao Paulo - View
Brazil Serie A 04/27 19:00 4 Internacional vs Atletico GO - View

Results

Brazil Campeonato Goiano 03/02 19:00 3 [6] Goiatuba v Atletico GO [3] W 0-3
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/25 19:00 11 [3] Atletico GO v Goianesia [7] W 5-1
Copa do Brasil 02/22 00:30 7 Uniao Rondonopolis v Atletico GO W 1-3
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/18 19:00 10 [8] AE Jataiense v Atletico GO [3] W 0-2
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/15 22:30 9 [3] Atletico GO v Goiatuba [4] W 6-0
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/12 13:00 8 [5] Goiania v Atletico GO [4] W 1-3
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/09 19:00 7 [5] Atletico GO v CRAC [11] W 1-0
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/05 22:30 6 [8] Atletico GO v Ipora [10] W 3-0
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/03 19:00 6 Atletico GO v Ipora EC - PPT.
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 02/01 22:30 5 [9] Atletico GO v Anapolis [10] W 2-1
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 01/28 19:00 4 [3] Vila Nova v Atletico GO [7] L 2-1
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 01/24 22:30 3 [10] Aparecidense v Atletico GO [2] L 2-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 57 29 28
Wins 31 19 12
Draws 15 9 6
Losses 11 1 10
Goals for 102 63 39
Goals against 59 23 36
Clean sheets 21 12 9
Failed to score 9 4 5

Atlético Clube Goianiense, usually known as Atlético Goianiense or just as Atlético, is a Brazilian football team from the city of Goiânia, capital city of the Brazilian state of Goiás.

Atlético Goianiense is the oldest Goiânia city football club. The club is the first team of its state to win a national competition, which was the Série C. Atlético Goianiense made a comeback to Brazil's top level Série A in 2010 after a 23-year absence. In 2016, Atlético Goianiense won the title of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B for the first time.

History

On 2 April 1937, Nicanor Gordo and Joaquim Veiga founded the club, starting football in the newly founded city of Goiânia. Gordo and Veiga left the newly founded club in 1938, and joined Goiânia EC, which was another new club.

In 1944, the club competed in the first Campeonato Goiano, which was also the first official football championship in the state, and was contested between five clubs from Goiânia. The other teams were Goiânia, Vila Nova, Goiás and Campinas. Atlético Goianiense won the competition for its first title. In 1957, the club won the state championship without losing a match, also winning the Torneio dos Invictos, played in the same year.

In 1971, the team won the Torneio da Integração Nacional, beating Ponte Preta in the final. In 1990, after defeating América Mineiro in the penalty shootout, Atlético Goianiense won the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.

In 2003, Atlético Goianiense finished in the state championship's last place, and was relegated to the following year's second division. In 2005, the club won the Goiás State Championship Second Division, being promoted to the following year's First Division. In 2006, the club finished in second place in the Goiás State Championship First Level, and returned to Serie C. In 2007, they became state champion for the first time in 19 years. The following year, they won the Serie C and were promoted to the 2009 Serie B. In the 2009 Serie B, Goianiense had a good season, finishing fourth and being promoted to the Serie A, for the first time since 1986, and going through four promotions in five years.

In their first season back in Serie A the club finished in 16th place and barely avoided relegation, only finishing above Vitoria on head to head results and sending them down with a 0-0 draw on the last matchday. Although the club barely avoided relegation, highlights of this season were beating third-placed team Corinthians twice, (3-1, 4-3) and two 3-0 victories against Palmeiras.

The 2011 season was better, with the club finishing 13th and qualifying for the 2012 Copa Sudamericana. They were involved in a relegation battle early into the season, but five straight wins in August steered the club away from relegation, and the club ended the season with a big 5-1 victory against America. That season they also won back-to-back state leagues.

In the 2012 Copa Sudamericana, the club was eliminated by Universidad Católica on away goals rule. In the league, the club was relegated and finished 19th.

The club's greatest achievement was in 2016, when they won the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B with two rounds to go.

The club's best international participation was in the 2022 Copa Sudamericana, where they had to play their matches at Estádio Serra Dourada because their main stadium did not meet CONMEBOL requirements. The club qualified for the tournament after finishing 9th in the 2021 Serie A. It was drawn into group F, topping the group with four wins out of six games. In the round of 16, they eliminated three-time Libertadores champions Club Olimpia on penalties, then in the quarter finals eliminated Uruguayan club Nacional 4-0 on aggregate to set up a semi-final with another South American powerhouse, São Paulo. In the first leg on 1 September, Goianiense won 3-1. In the return leg at Estadio Morumbi, Sao Paulo won 2-0 and tied the aggregate series, sending the match into penalties, where Sao Paulo won 4-2 and advanced to the final. In the Copa do Brasil the club also had their best ever participation, reaching the quarter finals and being eliminated by finalists Corinthians 4-3 on aggregate. They also won their sixteenth state championship this season, but in the Campeonato Brasileiro the club was not able to replicate the continental success and were relegated again.

Atletico GO is a professional soccer team based in Goiânia, Brazil. The team was founded in 1937 and has since become one of the most successful teams in the state of Goiás. Atletico GO plays in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the top tier of Brazilian soccer, and has a loyal fan base known as "Dragão" (Dragon).

The team's colors are red and black, and their home stadium is the Estádio Antônio Accioly, which has a capacity of 12,000 spectators. Atletico GO has a strong tradition of developing young talent and has produced several notable players who have gone on to play for top clubs in Brazil and abroad.

In recent years, Atletico GO has enjoyed a resurgence in form, winning the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B in 2016 and earning promotion back to the top flight. The team is known for its attacking style of play and has a number of talented forwards and midfielders who can create chances and score goals.

Overall, Atletico GO is a respected and competitive team in Brazilian soccer, with a rich history and a bright future ahead.