This Tuesday, the FPF (São Paulo Football Federation) defined the dates and times of the two finals of the women’s Paulista Championship, which will be played by Corinthians and São Paulo. The competition will be decided on the next two Sundays.
The first game takes place on the 19th, at 4pm (Brasília time), with no location yet defined. Tricolor tries to take the match to Morumbi, but, if this is not possible, the most viable option is Arena Barueri.
The return will take place on the other Sunday, the 26th, at 10:30 am, at the Neo Química Arena, in Itaquera. Timão has the advantage of deciding at home as they have had their best campaign so far.
If the aggregate score ends in a draw, the match will be decided through a penalty shootout. The champion will receive a prize of R$1 million, while the runner-up earns R$500,000.
Corinthians reached the finals after beating rival and current champion Palmeiras in the previous phase. In the first leg, Brabas won 1-0, in Jundiaí, and on the return leg they scored a historic 8-0 defeat.
São Paulo became finalists after defeating Santos in an upset. The tricolor team lost the first match 1-0 and reversed the result in stoppage time of the return game, in Vila Belmiro, 3-2. On penalties, the team prevailed, winning 4-2.