Fixtures

Brazil Serie B 04/26 22:00 2 Sport Recife vs Vila Nova - View
Brazil Serie B 05/04 21:00 3 Vila Nova vs Operario PR - View
Brazil Serie B 05/08 22:00 4 America MG vs Vila Nova - View
Brazil Copa Verde 05/11 22:00 2 Cuiaba vs Vila Nova - View
Brazil Serie B 05/14 18:00 5 Vila Nova vs Gremio Novorizontino - View
Brazil Serie B 05/18 18:00 6 CRB vs Vila Nova - View

Results

Brazil Serie B 04/23 00:00 1 [15] Vila Nova v Guarani [13] W 2-0
Brazil Copa Verde 04/17 23:00 2 Vila Nova v Cuiaba W 2-0
Brazil Copa Verde 04/10 20:00 2 Cuiaba v Vila Nova - PPT.
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 04/07 19:00 1 [3] Atletico GO v Vila Nova [2] L 3-1
Brazil Copa Verde 04/03 20:00 2 Vila Nova v Cuiaba - PPT.
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 03/31 19:00 1 [2] Vila Nova v Atletico Goianiense [3] L 0-2
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 03/27 22:30 2 [2] Vila Nova v Aparecidense [5] W 3-0
Brazil Copa Verde 03/24 20:00 3 Goias v Vila Nova D 1-1
Brazil Copa Verde 03/20 23:00 3 Vila Nova v Goias W 1-0
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 03/16 19:00 2 [5] Aparecidense v Vila Nova [2] L 2-0
Brazil Copa Verde 03/12 22:30 8 Vila Nova v Rio Branco ES W 1-0
Brazil Campeonato Goiano 03/09 20:00 3 [2] Vila Nova v Goianesia [7] W 1-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 59 31 28
Wins 30 22 8
Draws 14 6 8
Losses 15 3 12
Goals for 78 47 31
Goals against 44 14 30
Clean sheets 26 18 8
Failed to score 15 6 9

Vila Nova Futebol Clube, commonly referred to as Vila Nova, is a Brazilian professional club based in Goiânia, Goiás founded on 29 July 1943. It competes in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B, the second tier of Brazilian football, as well as in the Campeonato Goiano, the top flight of the Goiás state football league.

History

In 1943 the club was founded as Vila Nova Futebol Clube. Three years later, in 1946, the club changed its name to Operário. In 1949 the club changed its name to Araguaia, then in 1950 it was renamed to Fênix Futebol Clube and in 1955 the club changed its name to its current name, Vila Nova Futebol Clube.

In 1961 Vila Nova won their first state championship. In 1977 the team debuted in Campeonato Brasileiro and finished in 55th place. From 1977 to 1980, Vila Nova was state champion in four successive seasons.

In 1996 the club won the Campeonato Brasileiro Third Division without losing a single match. In 1999, Vila Nova competed for the first time in an international competition, the Copa CONMEBOL but was eliminated in the first round, becoming the first Goiás state team to play in an international competition. In 2000, the club won the Campeonato Goiano Second Division after being excluded from the league as a result of forfeiting the final match, and in 2001 and 2005, the club won the Campeonato Goiano. In 2006, it was relegated to the Série C, returning to the Série B in the following year. In 2011, the team was relegated again to the Série C, being promoted to the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B in 2013. However, in 2014, it was relegated in the state championship.

Vila Nova is a professional soccer team based in Goiânia, Brazil. The team was founded in 1943 and has a rich history in Brazilian soccer. Vila Nova plays their home matches at the Estádio Onésio Brasileiro Alvarenga, which has a capacity of over 10,000 spectators.

The team's colors are red and white, and they are known for their passionate fan base and competitive spirit on the field. Vila Nova has had success in various Brazilian leagues and tournaments, including the Campeonato Goiano and the Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.

The team has produced talented players who have gone on to represent Brazil at the international level. Vila Nova is known for their attacking style of play and skilled players who can create scoring opportunities.

Overall, Vila Nova is a respected and competitive team in Brazilian soccer, with a strong tradition of success and a loyal fan base that supports them through thick and thin.