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Flamengo topple Corinthians, win third Copa Sao Paulo Juniors title

Flamengo toppled defending champion Corinthians 4-3 in a penalty shootout to win the Copa Sao Paulo juniors tournament on Monday.

The victory marked the Rio de Janeiro club's third triumph in the prestigious under-20 tournament. Corinthians were in search of their 10th title.

Gabriel Vasconcelos and Matheus...

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Barcelona midfielder Rafinha reveals dream to play for Flamengo

Rafinha signed a new contract with Barcelona in 2020.

Barcelona and Brazil midfielder Rafinha has left the door open on a future move to Brazilian giants Flamengo.

Rafinha, who is in Rio de Janeiro while he recovers from knee surgery, is a declared fan of Flamengo, Brazil's most popular club, and has openly expressed his affinity for them on social media.

Speaking to Globoesporte, the 22-year-old Brazil...

Elias, Gil, Renato Augusto score as Corinthians extend lead; Atletico draw

Corinthians now sit seven points ahead of second-placed Atletico Mineiro.

SAO PAULO -- Corinthians increased their lead atop Brazil's first division with a 3-1 victory Sunday at Figueirense.

The win, coupled with second-place Atletico Mineiro's 2-2 draw at Joinville, gave the Sao Paulo giants a seven-point margin with 10 rounds to play.

Recent Brazilian national team call-ups Gil, Elias and Renato Augusto scored for Corinthians, and Leonardo Silva got the only goal for Figueirense.

Before only 7,500 at Joinville, Thiago Ribeiro and Luan scored for Atletico Mineiro, with...

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CONMEBOL, CONCACAF Champions League in the works - Riccardo Silva

MP & Silva co-founder Riccardo Silva wants the Americas to have a club tournament to rival the UEFA Champions League.

MP & Silva co-founder Riccardo Silva says plans are under way to launch a Champions League-like tournament involving all of North America, South America and the Caribbean.

The international media rights giant's chief has revealed a project for a 64-team competition to mirror the UEFA Champions League's format, which could fetch an estimated $500 million in television and marketing rights -- quintupling the current annual take-ins for the CONCACAF Champions League and CONMEBOL's Copa Libertadores...

 By Tim Vickery

Mane Garrincha finally finds a purpose, but not from teams in Brasilia

Kevin De Bruyne takes a corner for Belgium at a packed Mane Garrincha during the World Cup finals.

This year's Brazilian championship has a new record crowd. In the final game of the 26th round on Thursday night, a grand total of 67,011 paying customers turned out to cheer on Flamengo of Rio in their match against Coritiba. This, surely, is something to be celebrated?

Well, yes and no.

On the plus side, it is further evidence of rising attendances in Brazil's first division. The current edition is coming up to the two-thirds mark, with average crowds holding over 20,000 -- the highest figure...