Fixtures

Brazil Serie A 94' 6 [3] Bragantino v Palmeiras [4] - 3-1
Brazil Serie A 06/28 23:00 7 Atletico GO v Bragantino - View
Brazil Serie A 07/01 19:00 8 Bragantino v Ceara - View
Brazil Serie A 07/04 21:15 9 Sao Paulo v Bragantino - View
Brazil Serie A 07/08 19:00 10 Bragantino v Cuiaba - View
Brazil Serie A 07/11 20:00 11 Athletico Paranaense v Bragantino - View
Copa Sudamericana 07/15 00:30 4 Independiente del Valle v Bragantino - View
Brazil Serie A 07/18 20:00 12 Bragantino v Santos - View
Copa Sudamericana 07/22 00:30 4 Bragantino v Independiente del Valle - View
Brazil Serie A 07/25 20:00 13 Fortaleza EC v Bragantino - View
Brazil Serie A 08/01 20:00 14 Bragantino v Gremio - View
Brazil Serie A 08/08 20:00 15 Sport Recife v Bragantino - View

Results

Brazil Serie A 06/20 00:00 5 [9] Flamengo v Bragantino [4] W 2-3
Brazil Serie A 06/16 23:30 4 [10] Corinthians v Bragantino [6] W 1-2
Brazil Serie A 06/13 23:30 3 [6] Bragantino v Fluminense [9] D 2-2
Copa do Brasil 06/10 00:30 9 Bragantino v Fluminense W 2-1
Brazil Serie A 06/06 00:00 2 [2] Bragantino v Bahia [1] D 3-3
Copa do Brasil 06/03 00:30 9 Fluminense v Bragantino L 2-0
Brazil Serie A 05/30 21:15 1 [11] Chapecoense v Bragantino [14] W 0-3
Copa Sudamericana 05/26 00:30 6 [4] Deportes Tolima v Bragantino [2] W 1-2
Copa Sudamericana 05/19 00:30 5 [3] CA Talleres de Córdoba v Bragantino [2] W 0-1
Brazil Campeonato Paulista 05/16 21:15 2 [1] Bragantino v Ponte Preta [3] L 3-5
Brazil Campeonato Paulista 05/14 22:30 3 [1] Bragantino v Palmeiras [2] L 0-1
Copa Sudamericana 05/11 22:15 4 [3] Bragantino v Emelec [1] W 2-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 74 38 36
Wins 32 18 14
Draws 23 12 11
Losses 19 8 11
Goals for 101 58 43
Goals against 78 38 40
Clean sheets 21 12 9
Failed to score 18 8 10

Wikipedia - Red Bull Bragantino

Red Bull Bragantino, commonly known as Bragantino, is a Brazilian football club based in Bragança Paulista, São Paulo. It competes in the Série A, the top tier of the Brazilian football league system, as well as in the Campeonato Paulista Série A1, the highest level of the São Paulo state football league.

The club was known as Clube Atlético Bragantino, before club administration was taken over by Red Bull GmbH in 2020 who renamed the club and changed its colours from its traditional black and white to red and white.

Although the partnership began in April 2019, during the 2019 Campeonato Brasileiro Série B (second division of Brazilian football), the team was called 'Bragantino' and Red Bull appeared only as a sponsor. In the 2020 campaign the name changed to 'Red Bull Bragantino'.

In their first season, they were champions of the 2019 Série B being promoted to the Série A and qualifying for the 2020 Copa do Brasil round of 16.