One of the most successful clubs in Brazil, Vasco have won no less than
112 titles, so far.
Vasco's most recent official title in the international arena was the
Mercosur Cup 2000.
Vasco were the
first South American club champions,
in 1948. This title is
officially recognized by the South American Football Confederation.
Vasco's second continental title was the
Copa Libertadores 1998.
Vasco won the Brazilian Championship four times since the competition started in 1971. Vasco's
last Brazilian title was in 2000.
Vasco were the
2011 Cup of Brazil champions, the club's first title
on this competition.
Vasco are the
2016 Rio de Janeiro State champions (unbeaten) -
for the second season in a row, and the twenty-fourth time since their first participation in 1923.
In their 71
Vasco played in 54 countries of all continents, and won 21 tournaments.
Vasco's unbeaten runs of 29 games abroad, and 34 games against foreign
opponents, achieved in 1954, remain the longest ever achieved by a Brazilian side.
Vasco have often boldly gone where no one had ever gone before. And
you never forget the first time.
Find the Vasco fans' idols of all time in the
Hall of Fame.
Vasco players have often shined in the Brazilian Squad. Their number of
World Cup caps is one of the largest among Brazilian clubs.
Vasco's dynasty of
goal scorers, always a terror for opponents' defenders, established several records of Brazilian football.
Four of the few Brazilian football former superstars that have never played for Vasco
had the privilege of appearing as a
Vasco player for a day - or a few days even.