Flamengo defines schedule for anniversary

Flamengo defines schedule for anniversary
Flamengo defines schedule for anniversary

Celebrations at the clubhouse start at 7am (Brasília time)

Per: Leo José, Rodrigo Lima It is Victor Beloti

Flamengo turns 128 this Wednesday (15). With a history full of glories, Rubro-Negro defined the program to celebrate the anniversary at the club’s headquarters. This way, the festive day starts at 7am (Brasília time) and goes until “Congratulations” in the afternoon.


  • 7am – Dawn at the rowing
  • 8am – Breakfast on the row
  • 9 am – Religious act in the chapel
  • 9am – Friendly chocolate at Boca Maldita
  • 9am – Football for the teams on the official field
  • 10am – Relaunch of Mozer’s biography
  • 10am to 2pm – Recreation at the children’s playground
  • 11am – Reco-reco at Boca Maldita
  • 1pm – Congratulations with cake at Boca Maldita

Observation: Dawn is a kind of ceremony with the raising of the Flamengo flag; reco-reco is a traditional act with the singing of hymns and club songs; Boca Maldita is a historic space in the headquarters.

All events take place at Flamengo’s headquarters, located in Gávea, a neighborhood in the South Zone of Rio de Janeiro. Therefore, members and guests will be part of the party celebrating 128 years of Rubro-Negro history. Therefore, some club directors will also be present at the celebrations.

In addition to the celebrations focused on Flamengo, former defender Mozer will also take advantage of the day to relaunch the book. In this way, the work “Fight, sweat and victory. Mozer, the biography of a champion” will be sold at the Adidas store, in Gávea, with the presence of the player from the 80s from 10 am (Brasília time).


Flamengo’s 128th anniversary aims to celebrate the life of one of the biggest clubs in the world. Red and black history, in fact, is rich in titles. This is because, among the main achievements are: World Cup (1x), Libertadores (3x), Recopa Sul-Americana (1x), Copa Mercosul (1x), Brasileirão (8x), Copa do Brasil (4x), Supercopa do Brasil (2x ), Champions Cup (1x) and Campeonato Carioca (37x).

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