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Grêmio
Gremio
Full name Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto-Alegrense
Nickname(s) Tricolor
Imortal (Immortal)
Founded September 15th, 1903
Ground Arena do Grêmio
Porto Alegre, Brazil
(Capacity: 55,225)
Chairman Romildo Bolzan Jr.
Manager Renato Gaúcho
Current League Campeonato Brasileiro Série A 
2015 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A
Brasileiro Série A, 3rd
Gaúcho, 2nd
Website Club home page

Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrenseis a Brazilian professional football club based in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul. It plays in the Campeonato Gaúcho, the state of Rio Grande do Sul's premier state league, as well as the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the top tier of the Brazilian football league system.

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History: Seasons

Template:Copa Libertadores winners Template:Recopa Sudamericana winners

Intercontinental Cup winners

1960: Real Madrid • 1961: Peñarol • 1962: Santos • 1963: Santos • 1964: Internazionale • 1965: Internazionale • 1966: Peñarol • 1967: Racing Club • 1968: Estudiantes • 1969: Milan • 1970: Feyenoord • 1971: Nacional • 1972: Ajax • 1973: Independiente • 1974: Atlético Madrid • 1976: Bayern Munich • 1977: Boca Juniors • 1979: Olimpia • 1980: Nacional • 1981: Flamengo • 1982: Peñarol • 1983: Grêmio • 1984: Independiente • 1985: Juventus • 1986: River Plate • 1987: Porto • 1988: Nacional • 1989: Milan • 1990: Milan • 1991: Red Star Belgrade • 1992: São Paulo • 1993: São Paulo • 1994: Vélez Sársfield • 1995: Ajax • 1996: Juventus • 1997: Borussia Dortmund • 1998: Real Madrid • 1999: Manchester United • 2000: Boca Juniors • 2001: Bayern Munich • 2002: Real Madrid • 2003: Boca Juniors • 2004: Porto

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