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Flamengo 2002/03 Training kit XL

Flamengo 2002/03 Training kit XL

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This training top is in good shape, a part of the iconic Total 90 collection of Nike and a size XL.

Flamengo holds the world record for the highest attendance at a football match. In 1981, during the Copa Libertadores final against Cobreloa at Maracanã Stadium, an estimated 194,000 spectators filled the stadium.

Flamengo is widely regarded as the most popular football club in Brazil, boasting one of the largest fan bases in the world. The club's supporters, known as "Flamenguistas" or "Mengo," are passionate and fervently support their team.

In the 2002/03 season, Flamengo, one of Brazil's most iconic football clubs, participated in several competitions. Here's a summary of their performance across various tournaments during that season:

  1. Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (Brazilian Serie A): Flamengo finished in 8th place in the league standings. They had a relatively average performance in the league that season.

  2. Copa do Brasil (Brazilian Cup): In the Copa do Brasil, Flamengo reached the Final but unfortunately lost to Cruzeiro.

During the 2002/03 season, Flamengo a LEGENDARY squad:

  1. Juan: A talented defender who provided stability at the back and leadership on the field.

  2. Fábio Baiano: A midfielder known for his technical skills and ability to control the midfield.

  3. Juninho Paulista: Juninho Paulista was a key member of the Brazilian national team. He was part of the squad that won the 2002 FIFA World Cup, contributing significantly to Brazil's success with his creative midfield play.

  4. Diego: A talented goalkeeper who provided crucial saves and stability in goal.

  5. Zé Carlos: Known for his versatility, Zé Carlos played as a full-back or midfielder for Flamengo. He was valued for his defensive contributions and his ability to support attacks down the flanks.

  6. Edmilson: A midfielder with excellent vision and passing ability, Edmilson played a crucial role in controlling the tempo of the game and linking up play between defense and attack. He was known for his work rate and ability to win tackles in midfield.

  7. Júlio César: Júlio César was a crucial figure in Flamengo's squad during that period. He was known for his agility, reflexes, and commanding presence in goal. His shot-stopping ability and leadership qualities made him one of the key players for Flamengo during the 2002/03 season, providing stability and confidence to the team's defense.

  8. Felipe Melo: Felipe Melo is a Brazilian professional footballer who primarily plays as a defensive midfielder.


  1. Hexacampeão: Flamengo has won the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A (Brazilian Serie A) title six times, earning them the nickname "Hexacampeão" (Six-time champion). Their most recent league title was in 2020.

  2. Fla-Flu Rivalry: Flamengo has a fierce rivalry with Fluminense, another prominent Rio de Janeiro-based football club. Matches between the two teams, known as "Fla-Flu," are among the most anticipated and intense fixtures in Brazilian football.

  3. Maracanã Stadium: Flamengo's home matches are primarily played at the Maracanã Stadium, one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world. The stadium has been the site of numerous historic moments in Brazilian football, many of which involve Flamengo.

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