Guarani Futebol Clube (born Guarany Foot-Ball Club) is a Brazilian sports association, based in the city of Campinas, in the State of São Paulo. It has, as main modality, the soccer. It was founded on April 2, 1911 by some young people of Italian descent and a young man of German descent.
The name of the club is a tribute to the masterpiece of the composer Carlos Gomes, Il Guarany. It is popularly known as "Bugre"(native) due to its mascot. Send your football matches in your stadium, the Golden Earring, whose capacity is for 29 130 spectators. His biggest rival is Ponte Preta, the match between the two teams is known as Dérbi Campineiro. This rivalry is considered as the greatest among clubs in the interior of Brazil.
The first shield in shirts of the Guarani was used in 1916.
In 1923, at the inauguration of the first stadium of the Guarani, a new shield was presented.
Between 1927 and 1928, the first circular shield appears.
As of 2011, the Guarani began to act in shirts allusive to its centenary, with the shield made especially for this historical landmark. The "GFC" of the shield receives a golden tone, the smaller circle receives a golden fillet, and, the larger circle, changes from white to gold. Below the shield, it receives a golden strip, where it appears the inscription "100 years", in white with green fillet.
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