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Campeonato Gaúcho Série A2

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The Campeonato Gaúcho Série A2 (Gaucho Championship Series A2) are the football tournament for the Rio Grande do Sul clubs that do not play in the Campeonato Gaúcho Série A1 in Brazil. The competitions are organized by the Rio Grande do Sul Football Federation. Usually, the champions of a division are promoted in the next year to the immediately upper level.


List of champions

Year Second Level Third Level
1952 Sá Viana (Uruguaiana)
1953 Flamengo (Caxias do Sul)
1954 Guarany (Cruz Alta)
1955 Guarany (Cruz Alta)
1956 Glória (Carazinho)
1957 Nacional (Cruz Alta)
1958 Elite (Santo Ângelo)
1959 Lajeadense
1960 Tamoyo (Santo Ângelo)
1961 Brasil (Pelotas)
1962 Rio Grande
1963 São José
1964 Bagé
1965 Rio Grandense (Rio Grande)
1966 Gaúcho (Passo Fundo)
1967 Ypiranga (Erechim)
São Paulo (Rio Grande)
Grêmio Santanense
1968 Internacional (Santa Maria)
14 de Julho (Passo Fundo)
Igrejinha (Igrejinha)
1969 Guarany
Esportivo
Três Passos
1970 São Paulo (Rio Grande)
1975 São Luiz
1977 Gaúcho (Passo Fundo)
1978 Riograndense (Santa Maria)
1979 Lajeadense
1980 Armour (Santana do Livramento) Igrejinha
1981 São José Pradense (Antônio Prado)
1982 Bagé
1983 Pelotas
1984 Gaúcho (Passo Fundo)
1985 Bagé Guarany (Cruz Alta)
1986 Passo Fundo
1987 Guarany (Cruz Alta)
1988 Glória (Vacaria)
1989 Ypiranga (Erechim)
1990 São Luiz
1991 Internacional (Santa Maria)
1992 Brasil (Farroupilha)
1993 Veranópolis
1994 Atlético Carazinhense (Carazinho)
1995 Santo Ângelo
1996 Novo Hamburgo
1997 São José (Cachoeira do Sul)
1998 Torrense (Torres)
1999 Esportivo Guarany
2000 Novo Hamburgo Gaúcho (Passo Fundo)
2001 Palmeirense (Palmeira das Missões) Cachoeira (Cachoeira do Sul)
2002 São José (Cachoeira do Sul) RS Futebol (Alvorada)
2003 Ulbra Lami (Porto Alegre)
2004 Brasil (Pelotas)
2005 São Luiz
2006 Guarany
2007 Sapucaiense
2008 Ypiranga (Erechim)
2009 Porto Alegre
2010 Cruzeiro
2011 Avenida
2012 Esportivo Aimoré
2013 Brasil (Pelotas) Tupy
2014 Ypiranga Rio Grande
2015 Glória Marau
2016 Caxias Guarany
2017 São Luiz Avenida
2018 Pelotas Aimoré

See also

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