Fixtures

Brazil Serie A 08/21 21:00 23 Atletico GO vs Cuiaba - View
Brazil Serie A 08/28 21:00 24 Cuiaba vs Santos - View
Brazil Serie A 09/05 23:00 25 Cuiaba vs Sao Paulo - View
Brazil Serie A 09/10 18:00 26 Internacional vs Cuiaba - View
Brazil Serie A 09/17 18:00 27 Athletico Paranaense vs Cuiaba - View
Brazil Serie A 09/28 18:00 28 Cuiaba vs America MG - View

Results

Brazil Serie A 08/13 23:30 22 [18] Cuiaba v EC Juventude [20] W 1-0
Brazil Serie A 08/07 19:00 21 [4] Fluminense v Cuiaba [17] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 07/31 21:00 20 [17] Cuiaba v Fortaleza [20] L 0-1
Brazil Serie A 07/25 23:00 19 [17] Coritiba v Cuiaba [16] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 07/21 22:00 18 [15] Cuiaba v Atletico Mineiro [5] D 1-1
Brazil Serie A 07/18 23:00 17 [2] Palmeiras v Cuiaba [15] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 07/10 22:00 16 [18] Cuiaba v Botafogo [9] W 2-0
Brazil Serie A 07/03 14:00 15 [11] Avai v Cuiaba [18] W 1-2
Brazil Serie A 06/26 21:00 14 [17] Goias v Cuiaba [18] L 1-0
Brazil Serie A 06/18 22:00 13 [18] Cuiaba v Ceara [15] D 0-0
Brazil Serie A 06/15 23:30 12 [16] Flamengo v Cuiaba [18] L 2-0
Brazil Serie A 06/11 22:00 11 [17] Cuiaba v Bragantino [11] D 1-1

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 70 35 35
Wins 28 17 11
Draws 19 10 9
Losses 23 8 15
Goals for 81 47 34
Goals against 63 22 41
Clean sheets 30 20 10
Failed to score 22 10 12

Wikipedia - Cuiabá Esporte Clube

Cuiabá Esporte Clube, commonly referred to as Cuiabá, is a Brazilian professional club based in Cuiabá, Mato Grosso founded on 12 December 2001. It competes in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A, the top flight of Brazilian football, as well as in the Campeonato Mato-Grossense, the top flight of the Mato Grosso state football league.

History

The club was founded on 12 December 2001 by former player Gaúcho, who was the manager in the club's amateur era. In 2003, they took part of their first professional tournament, the Campeonato Mato-Grossense, and lifted the trophy after defeating Barra do Garças in the finals.

Cuiabá also played in the 2003 Série C, being knocked out by Palmas. In 2004, the club again won the Mato-Grossense, but was kocked out in both the 2004 Copa do Brasil and 2004 Série C.

In December 2006, after a disappointing ninth position in the year's Mato-Grossense, Cuiabá closed their football department. The club only returned to an active status in 2009, after being acquired by the Grupo Dresch, and competed in the Campeonato Mato-Grossense Segunda Divisão, where they finished second and achieved promotion back to the top tier.

In 2011, Cuiabá lifted the Mato-Grossense after seven years. They also played in that year's Série D, and achieved promotion after finishing third. In the following year, they lost the Mato-Grossense on penalties to Luverdense, and managed to avoid relegation from the Série C.

The club won two consecutive Mato-Grossense titles in 2013 and 2014, and avoided relegation from the Série C. In 2014, the club left their stadium Estádio Eurico Gaspar Dutra and moved to the Arena Pantanal, built for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

In 2015, Cuiabá won the greatest title in its history to date. After losing the first match to the Remo by 4–1, it obtained a historic turnaround and won by 5–1, obtaining the title of Copa Verde of that year. With the title, the club secured a place in the Copa Sudamericana the following year and participated for the first time in an international competition. Cuiabá was eliminated in the second round by Chapecoense.

In 2018 and 2019, Cuiabá won two consecutive Mato-Grossense titles without a single defeat, and was promoted to the Série B in 2019. In 2021, the club was promoted to the Série A for the first time in their history after finishing in 4th place, and became the first team from Mato Grosso to play in the first division since CEOV's participation in the 1986 edition.