Fixtures

Brazil Serie A 10/25 23:00 28 Atletico Goianiense v Gremio - View
Brazil Serie A 10/31 19:00 29 Gremio v Palmeiras - View
Brazil Serie A 11/04 00:00 19 Atletico Mineiro v Gremio - View
Brazil Serie A 11/06 22:00 30 Internacional v Gremio - View
Brazil Serie A 11/10 21:00 31 Gremio v Fluminense - View
Brazil Serie A 11/14 21:00 32 America MG v Gremio - View

Results

Brazil Serie A 10/17 21:15 27 [19] Gremio v EC Juventude [16] W 3-2
Brazil Serie A 10/13 23:30 26 [5] Fortaleza v Gremio [19] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 10/10 19:00 25 [18] Santos v Gremio [19] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 10/07 00:30 24 [18] Gremio v Cuiaba [11] D 2-2
Brazil Copa Gaucho 10/06 18:00 - Gremio v Riopardense RS W 11-0
Brazil Serie A 10/03 23:30 23 [18] Gremio v Sport Recife [19] L 1-2
Brazil Serie A 09/26 21:15 22 [11] Athletico Paranaense v Gremio [18] L 4-2
Brazil Serie A 09/19 23:30 21 [3] Flamengo v Gremio [18] W 0-1
Copa do Brasil 09/16 00:30 3 Flamengo v Gremio L 2-0
Brazil Serie A 09/12 14:00 20 [19] Gremio v Ceara [11] W 2-0
Brazil Serie A 09/05 23:30 19 Atletico Mineiro v Gremio - PPT.
Brazil Serie A 08/29 00:00 18 [17] Gremio v Corinthians [6] L 0-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 95 49 46
Wins 47 29 18
Draws 22 10 12
Losses 26 10 16
Goals for 156 102 54
Goals against 96 46 50
Clean sheets 35 19 16
Failed to score 23 7 16

Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈɡɾemju futʃiˈbɔw ˌpoɾtw ɐleˈɡɾẽsi]), commonly known as Grêmio, is a Brazilian professional football club based in Porto Alegre, capital city of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. The club plays in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the top tier of the Brazilian football league system, and the Campeonato Gaúcho, Rio Grande do Sul's top state league. The club was founded in 1903 by European immigrants Englishman Andy Fairbank and German Paul Cochlin. The club's home ground is the Arena do Grêmio, to which it moved in 2013, having previously played at Estádio Olímpico Monumental since 1954.

Grêmio also became Champions of the Intercontinental Cup, after beating Hamburger SV in 1983 (2–1). Also, Grêmio is the Brazilian club that most won the Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores de América (3), alongside São Paulo (3) and Santos (3).

As of 2017, Grêmio was ranked number one in the CBF club rankings and is listed by Forbes as the third most valuable football club in the Americas with an estimated value of $295.5 million. Grêmio has won 40 Campeonato Gaúcho, 2 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, 1 Campeonato Brasileiro Série B, 1 Supercopa do Brasil, 1 Copa Sul and 5 Copa do Brasil. Internationally, Grêmio has won 1 Intercontinental Cup, 3 Copa Libertadores de América, 2 Recopa Sudamericana and 1 Sanwa Bank Cup. Grêmio usually plays in a tricolor (blue, black and white) striped shirt, black shorts and white socks, which originated the team's nickname.

Grêmio has a fierce rivalry with Internacional, which is widely considered the most heated in Brazil and one of the most heated in the world. Matches between the two teams are known as Grenal.