Monte Cristo Esporte Clube

Monte Cristo Esporte Clube, better known as Monte Cristo, is a football club in the city of Goiânia, in the state of Goiás.[2][1]

Football club in the city Goiânia, in Brazil
Football club
Monte Cristo
Full name Monte Cristo Esporte Clube
Founded January 26, 1970
Ground Abrão Manoel da Costa, Goiânia, Goiás state, Brazil
Capacity 3,000
President Getulio Orlando de Souza [1]
League Campeonato Goiano (Third Division)

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Founded on January 26, 1970, [3] Monte Cristo currently disputes the third division of Campeonato Goiano 2021.[2]

As of 24 October 2021. Source:

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK  BRA Gabriel Mateus Alves
2 RB  BRA Anderson Sousa Medrado
3 DF  BRA Andreilton Damacena
4 DF  BRA Everaldino Queiroz
5 DF  BRA Bruno Schimidt
6 LB  BRA Wender Robson Basilio
7 FW  BRA Edinilson Francisco
8 MF  BRA Aiven Mota Ferreira
9 FW  BRA Carlos Vinicius dos Santos
10 FW  BRA Matheus Nunes Fabiano
11 FW  BRA Dé Bahia
No. Pos. Nation Player
12 GK  BRA Igor Gabriel da Silva
13 RB  BRA Iveno Mota Ferreira
14 FW  BRA Carlos Gabriel Sousa
15 DF  BRA Matheus Conegundes
16 MF  BRA Jesse Adrian Cardoso
17 LB  BRA Everton Saraiva
18 FW  BRA Thiago Henrique da Silva

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