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1969 São Paulo FC season

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São Paulo

1969 season

Chairman
Laudo Natel

Manager

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1970 →

Contents

1 Overall
2 Friendlies

2.1 Troféo Bodas de Oro
2.2 Troféo Colombino
2.3 Tournoi Mohammed V

3 Official competitions

3.1 Campeonato Paulista
3.2 Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa

4 External links

Overall[edit]

Games played
( Campeonato Paulista, Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, Friendly match)

Games won
( Campeonato Paulista, Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, Friendly match)

Games drawn
( Campeonato Paulista, Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, Friendly match)

Games lost
( Campeonato Paulista, Torneio Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, Friendly match)

Goals scored

Goals conceded

Goal difference

Best result

Worst result

Most appearances

Top scorer

Source: São Paulo FC

Friendlies[edit]
Atlético Mineiro v São Paulo

January 12
Atlético Mineiro
1 – 3
São Paulo
Belo Horizonte

Stadium: Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Mineirão)

Portuguesa Santista v São Paulo

January 18
Portuguesa Santista
0 – 3
São Paulo
Santos

Stadium: Estádio Ulrico Mursa

Crvena Zvezda v São Paulo

July 27
Crvena Zvezda
0 – 3
São Paulo
Belgrade

Stadium: Stadion FK Crvena Zvezda (Marakana)

Željezničar v São Paulo

July 30
Željezničar
1 – 1
São Paulo
Sarajevo

Universitatea Craiova v São Paulo

August 3
Universitatea Craiova
0 – 1
São Paulo
Craiova

Stadium: Stadionul Ion Oblemenco (Stadionul Central)

Rapid București v São Paulo

August 6
Rapid București
0 – 1
São Paulo
Bucaresti

Farul Constanţa v São Paulo

August 10
Farul Constanţa
2 – 1
São Paulo
Constanţa

Stadium: Stadionul Farul

ETAR v São Paulo

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