Logotipo Gazeta do Urubu
en
Soccer

FLAMENGO ADVANCES IN GOOGLE'S MOST SEARCHED SOUTH AMERICAN TEAMS AND THREATENS BOCA JÚNIORS

With 50 million fans around the world, Flamengo has a technical tie with Boca in the interest of Europeans in South American football

Gilvan de Sousa/CRF
Gilvan de Sousa/CRF

  |

Icon Comentário0

Flamengo is arguably the club with the biggest fans on the American continent. There are 50 million red and black people spread across Brazil, the Americas and the world. The strength of the Nation can be seen at all times, in club games, national team games or in any event involving football or sport in general. It's never difficult to find a Fla shirt in the crowd. And the data proves the greatness of the Greatest in the World.

The Google search tool is a great indicator of the strength of a club and the reach of its brand around the world. Because Flamengo is very well placed in the ranking of the most researched South American clubs on the European continent. Rubro-negro is the most searched for in nine nations: Portugal, Ireland, Belgium, Switzerland, Finland, Belarus, Russia, Poland, Moldova. Only Boca Juniors, with ten countries, surpasses Fla.



Interestingly, Internacional, from Porto Alegre, appears third on the list, with five countries where it is the most searched South American club on Google. River Plate and Santos complete the top 5. Flamengo needs just one more country to take the lead from the Xeneizes from the La Boca neighborhood.

Flamengo has seen the size of its fans explode in recent years

Brazil's most successful club since 2019, Flamengo has long surpassed the country's borders. spread across 26 states and the Federal District. It is possible to find red and black fans on all continents. The club has even taken measures to internationalize the brand. .


In 2025, Flamengo will have another chance to become even better known in the world. Rubro-Negro will compete in the first FIFA Club World Cup with 32 teams, which will take place in the United States, between June 15th and July 13th.


Soccer

"NOBODY WILL BE ABLE TO ERASE IT", DECLARES GABIGOL BUSINESSMAN ABOUT HIS HISTORY WITH FLAMENGO

The red-black number 99 expressed his dissatisfaction with Mais Querido after the game against Criciúma

Gabigol / Disclosure
Gabigol / Disclosure

  |

Icon Comentário0

After Flamengo's 2-1 victory over Criciúma this Saturday (20), Gabriel Barbosa, known as Gabigol, gave an interview to Premiere in which he expressed dissatisfaction with his situation at the club. He stated that certain commitments regarding his stay at Mengão were not fulfilled. His manager, Júnior Pedroso, also spoke about the matter on social media.

In Instagram stories, Pedroso defended the attacker: “No matter how hard they try, no one will ever erase your shine, your love and his history that he built with Flamengo”. The statement came amid speculation about Gabigol's future at the club, whose contract ends in December this year.


Flamengo president Rodolfo Landim decided not to renew the player's contract, despite the outcry of fans. Gabigol, who has an offer from Palmeiras and almost left the club in the middle of the year, will remain at Flamengo at least until the end of the season, after negotiations with Alviverde failed to reach an agreement.


During the interview, Gabigol expressed his frustration with Flamengo's management, leaving his future at the club open. However, after the game at Mané Garrincha, in Brasília, the player was applauded by the fans, who used social media to ask Landim to reconsider and renew the striker's contract.

Gabriel Barbosa is a two-time Brazilian and world champion. Libertadores with Flamengo, and is currently on the bench under the command of Tite. With the victory over Criciúma, where Gabigol scored one of the goals, the player seeks to end the season in a positive way, leaving the controversies behind and focusing on his performance on the field.


< /p>


Soccer

END OF DISCUSSION! CRICIÚMA GOALKEEPER GIVES HIS OPINION ON CONTROVERSIAL PENALTY FOR FLAMENGO

Gustavo admitted that the decisive move of the match was legal: "the referee followed the rule"

Disclosure
Disclosure

  |

Icon Comentário0

This Saturday (20), Flamengo faced Criciúma in a duel marked by twists and turns and intense emotions, emerging victorious 2-1. Flamengo's second goal was especially controversial, resulting from an unusual penalty. The move occurred when a Criciúma defender kicked a second ball that was on the field against the ball that was in play, generating the penalty that sealed the red-black victory.

< Despite the controversy surrounding the decision, Criciúma's goalkeeper, Gustavo, recognized the referee's correction in the move. "The feeling is one of frustration. We played an excellent match against a great team. We didn't look at the opponent, at the fans. I think we were harmed today, because the fans interfered in the score. They threw a ball onto the field, and our player got confused , kicking the ball thinking it was in play. The referee followed the rule. But we leave with our heads held high, aware that we are doing a great job", declared Gustavo.

The rules of the game are clear regarding situations of this type. According to the regulations, "throwing an object towards an opponent's ball […] is considered a direct free kick". As the incident occurred in Flamengo's attacking area, the penalty was correctly awarded, in accordance with football rules.


Flamengo, with this victory, continues their quest for a prominent position in the championship table, demonstrating resilience and taking advantage of opportunities, even the most unusual ones. The team managed to overcome the adversities presented by Criciúma, who showed a competitive and determined performance.



Flamengo fans celebrated the victory, while Criciúma left the field with the feeling that I could have achieved a different result. The match, however, will be remembered for the precise application of the rules and the determination of the two teams on the field.



< br>



< br>


Soccer

ALWAYS HIM! FLAMENGO IS IN THE TOP 3 BIGGEST CLUBS IN SOUTH AMERICA, ACCORDING TO RANKING

English magazine "FourFourTwo" chose the 33 biggest teams in South American football

Celebration / Disclosure
Celebration / Disclosure

  |

Icon Comentário0

The traditional English magazine FourFourTwo once again put together the South American football ranking, choosing the 33 biggest teams on the continent. In the list, Argentine teams stand out with Boca Juniors and River Plate in first and second position, respectively. Flamengo closes the top 3 in the ranking.

The English publication highlighted Flamengo's history of never having been relegated in the Brazilian Championship, and recalled that it was at the Gávea club that Vini Jr. was born for football. Four other Brazilians appear in the top 10: Corinthians, São Paulo, Palmeiras and Santos.




The 33 biggest clubs in South America according to FourFourTwo

1st – Boca Juniors (ARG)


2nd – River Plate (ARG)

3rd – Flamengo

4th – Corinthians

5th – São Paulo

6th – Palmeiras

7th – Santos

8th – Independiente (ARG )

9th – Peñarol (URU)

10th – Nacional (URU)

11th – Racing (ARG)

12th – Vasco

13th – San Lorenzo (ARG)

14th – Colo-Colo (CHI)

15th – Cruzeiro

16th – Alianza Lima (PER)

17th – Atlético Nacional (COL)

18th – Estudiantes (ARG)

19th – Grêmio

20th – Internacional

21st – Millonarios (COL)

22nd – Barcelona (EQU)

23rd – Fluminense

24th – Olimpia (PAR)< /p>

25th – Atlético-MG

26th – Botafogo

27th – Newell's Old Boys (ARG)

28th – Rosario Central (ARG)

29th – Universitario (PER)

30th – Vélez Sarsfield (ARG)

31st – América de Cali (COL)

32nd – University of Chile (CHI)

33rd – Caracas (VEN)




envelopeSUBSCRIBE NEWSLETTER

envelopeSUBSCRIBE NEWSLETTER


+ news
Soccer

ATTENTION! FLAMENGO ACCEPTS TEAM PROPOSAL AND IS CLOSE TO SELLING A STAR

 

Icon Comentário0
Soccer

CRACK! PEDRO SENDS A MESSAGE TO THE RUBRO-NEGRA NATION AFTER FLAMENGO'S VICTORY AGAINST CRICIÚMA

 

Icon Comentário0
Soccer

CRAQUE NETO DISPOSES OF FLAMENGO AND APPOINTS CHAMPION OF THE BRAZILIAN CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Icon Comentário0