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The Coritiba Crocodiles are a professional Brazilian American football team headquartered in Curitiba, Paraná. Founded as the Barigui Crocodiles by a group of friends who used to watch NFL games, the team name originated from a crocodile that lived in Parque Barigui's lake.In 2008, they were the first Brazilian American Football team to play internationally, going up against the Emperadores from Uruguay.In 2009, the Crocodiles played in the Pantanal Bowl, but unfortunately, did not emerge victorious, placing second.
Coritiba Foot Ball Club, commonly known as Coritiba, and colloquially as "Coxa Branca" or simply "Coxa", is a Brazilian football club from Curitiba in the state of Paraná. Founded in 1909, it is the oldest football club in the state.
Itabaiana Coritiba Foot Ball Clube, commonly known as Coritiba, is a Brazilian football and futsal club based in Itabaiana, Sergipe state.
Coritiba Foot Ball Club Junior Team is the youth team of Brazilian football club Coritiba Foot Ball Club.
Curitiba Rugby Clube is a Rugby Union team in the city of Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil. It is currently the biggest club in the state, with junior category, children, youth, men and women.
Rio Branco is a Brazilian municipality, capital of the state of Acre. Located in the valley of the Acre River in northern Brazil, it is the most populous municipality in the state, with 407,319 inhabitants, according to the 2018 census, almost half the state population.
Río Branco is a city in the Cerro Largo department of northeastern Uruguay, on the Brazilian border.
Rio Branco is a neighbourhood (bairro) of the city of Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil. It was created by Law 2022 from December 7, 1959.
The Rio Branco Palace is a palace and former seat of government in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. It is one of the oldest palaces in Brazil and dates to 1549.