Fixtures

Copa do Brasil 07/31 19:30 4 Fluminense v Criciuma - View
Copa Libertadores 08/03 22:15 4 Fluminense v Cerro Porteno - View
Brazil Serie A 08/08 19:00 15 America MG v Fluminense - View
Brazil Serie A 08/22 20:00 16 Internacional v Fluminense - View
Brazil Serie A 08/29 20:00 17 Fluminense v Atletico Mineiro - View
Brazil Serie A 09/01 20:00 18 Fluminense v EC Bahia - View
Brazil Serie A 09/05 20:00 19 Chapecoense v Fluminense - View
Brazil Serie A 09/12 20:00 20 Fluminense v Sao Paulo - View
Brazil Serie A 09/19 20:00 21 Cuiaba v Fluminense - View
Brazil Serie A 09/26 20:00 22 Fluminense v Bragantino - View
Brazil Serie A 10/03 20:00 23 Santos v Fluminense - View
Brazil Serie A 10/06 20:00 24 Fluminense v Fortaleza EC - View

Results

Copa do Brasil 07/27 22:15 4 Criciuma v Fluminense L 2-1
Brazil Serie A 07/24 22:00 13 [1] Palmeiras v Fluminense [9] L 1-0
Copa Libertadores 07/20 22:15 4 Fluminense v Cerro Porteno - PPT.
Brazil Serie A 07/18 00:00 12 [8] Fluminense v Gremio [20] L 0-1
Copa Libertadores 07/13 22:15 4 [2] Cerro Porteno v Fluminense [1] W 0-2
Brazil Serie A 07/10 22:00 11 [17] Sport Recife v Fluminense [11] W 1-2
Brazil Serie A 07/08 00:30 10 [10] Fluminense v Ceara [9] D 0-0
Brazil Serie A 07/04 19:00 9 [7] Flamengo v Fluminense [13] W 0-1
Brazil Serie A 06/30 19:00 8 [9] Fluminense v Athletico Paranaense [2] L 1-4
Brazil Serie A 06/27 19:00 7 [9] Fluminense v Corinthians [12] D 1-1
Brazil Serie A 06/23 22:00 6 [8] Atletico Goianiense v Fluminense [6] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 06/20 21:15 5 [2] Fortaleza v Fluminense [7] D 1-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 80 40 40
Wins 37 21 16
Draws 21 10 11
Losses 22 9 13
Goals for 113 61 52
Goals against 86 37 49
Clean sheets 25 15 10
Failed to score 13 6 7

Wikipedia - Fluminense FC

Fluminense Football Club (Brazilian Portuguese: [flumiˈnẽsi futʃiˈbɔw ˈklubi]), known simply as Fluminense, is a Brazilian sports club best known for its professional football team that competes in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the first tier of Brazilian football and the Campeonato Carioca, the state league of Rio de Janeiro. The club is based in the neighbourhood of Laranjeiras, in the city of Rio de Janeiro.

The club was founded on 21 July 1902 and Oscar Cox was its first elected president. Fluminense have since been crowned national champions four times, most recently in the 2012 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the team have also won the 2007 Copa do Brasil, the 1999 Campeonato Brasileiro Série C and the 1952 edition of Copa Rio (or Copa Rio Internacional). Its best international performances are a second place at the 2008 Copa Libertadores and a second place at the 2009 Copa Sudamericana. In 1949, Fluminense became the first football club to receive the Olympic Cup, awarded annually by the International Olympic Committee to an institution or association with a record of merit and integrity in actively developing the Olympic Movement.

Fluminense is a demonym for people indigenous to the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil. Although football was its original endeavour, the club is today an umbrella organisation for several teams in more than 16 different sport activities.

Fluminense's traditional home kit consists of garnet, white and green vertical striped shirts, white shorts and white socks, an outfit which has been in use since 1920. Umbro is the current kit manufacturer.

The club holds several long-standing rivalries with other clubs, most notably with Flamengo (Clássico Fla-Flu), as well as with Botafogo (Clássico Vovô) and Vasco da Gama (Clássico dos Gigantes).

The club was the birthplace of the Brazil national football team, where the canarinhos have played their first ever match, scored their first ever goal and lifted their first ever trophy. It has contributed the fifth-most players to the national team among all Brazilian clubs.