Brazil Serie A 04/17 23:00 2 Atletico Mineiro vs Criciuma - View
Brazil Serie A 04/20 19:00 3 Criciuma vs Fortaleza EC - View
Brazil Serie A 04/27 19:00 4 Vasco da Gama vs Criciuma - View
Brazil Serie A 05/05 19:00 5 Gremio vs Criciuma - View
Brazil Serie A 05/11 19:00 6 Criciuma vs Cuiaba - View
Brazil Serie A 05/19 14:00 7 Criciuma vs Palmeiras - View


Brazil Serie A 04/13 21:30 1 [7] Criciuma v Juventude [15] D 1-1
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 04/06 19:30 1 [1] Criciuma v Brusque [6] D 1-1
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 03/30 19:30 1 [6] Brusque v Criciuma [1] W 1-2
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 03/24 19:00 2 [1] Criciuma v Barra SC [5] W 6-4
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 03/21 23:30 2 [5] Barra SC v Criciuma [1] L 2-1
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 03/17 22:30 3 [1] Criciuma v Hercilio Luz [8] W 2-1
Copa do Brasil 03/14 22:00 8 Brasiliense v Criciuma W 2-4
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 03/09 21:00 3 [8] Hercilio Luz v Criciuma [1] D 1-1
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 03/02 19:30 11 [1] Criciuma v Chapecoense [9] W 2-0
Copa do Brasil 02/29 00:30 7 Operario VG v Criciuma D 0-0
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 02/24 22:00 10 [9] Joinville v Criciuma [1] D 0-0
Brazil Campeonato Catarinense 02/18 20:00 9 Inter de Lages v Criciuma W 0-1


Matches played 58 29 29
Wins 30 21 9
Draws 13 3 10
Losses 15 5 10
Goals for 73 46 27
Goals against 49 18 31
Clean sheets 22 14 8
Failed to score 13 2 11

Criciúma Esporte Clube, commonly referred to as Criciúma, is a Brazilian professional club based in Criciúma, Santa Catarina founded on 13 May 1947.

Criciúma is the most successful team from Santa Catarina, having won the 1991 Copa do Brasil, the 2002 Campeonato Brasileiro Série B, and the 2006 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C.


Criciúma Esporte Clube was founded on May 13, 1947, as Comerciário Esporte Clube; however the club folded due to a financial crisis in the 1960s. The club was refounded in 1976 by some of the original Comerciário Esporte Clube members. In 1978 the club was renamed as Criciúma Esporte Clube, and its current colors black, yellow and white were adopted in 1984. The present colors of Criciúma Esporte Clube are the reason the club is called Tigre (meaning Tiger).

The club's greatest feat was winning the 1991 Copa do Brasil under coach Felipe Scolari, later World Cup winner with Brazil, while being in the second division. The achievement qualified Criciúma for the following year's Copa Libertadores.

In the following years, the club was not very successful. After being promoted to Série A in 1992, the club played in the division for 5 years before getting relegated. In 2005, Criciúma, after a very poor campaign, was relegated to the Brazilian Série C. In 2006, Criciúma won the Série C, and was promoted back to the Série B.

After a period of crisis in the club, in 2012 the club regained forces, and after being in the first four places the entire championship returned to the Série A.

Criciuma is a Brazilian soccer team based in the city of Criciuma, in the state of Santa Catarina. The team was founded in 1947 and has a rich history in Brazilian soccer. Criciuma has a passionate fan base and plays their home matches at the Estadio Heriberto Hulse.

The team's colors are orange and white, and they are known for their attacking style of play and skilled players. Criciuma has had success in both domestic and international competitions, winning several state championships and participating in prestigious tournaments such as the Copa do Brasil and the Campeonato Brasileiro Serie B.

Criciuma has produced talented players who have gone on to have successful careers in Brazilian and international soccer. The team is known for its strong youth development program and commitment to developing local talent.

Overall, Criciuma is a respected and competitive team in Brazilian soccer, with a proud history and a bright future ahead.