Fixtures

Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 07/09 18:00 4 Marica RJ vs Olaria AC - View
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 07/16 18:00 5 Olaria AC vs Sampaio Correa RJ - View
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 07/27 18:00 6 Artsul Futebol Clube vs Olaria AC - View

Results

Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 07/02 17:45 3 [1] Olaria AC v Goncalense FC [4] L 1-2
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 06/26 17:45 2 [5] Friburguense v Olaria AC [2] W 0-1
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 06/23 18:00 1 [3] Olaria AC v Volta Redonda [6] W 3-2
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 06/09 22:00 2 Volta Redonda v Olaria AC D 1-1
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 06/01 18:00 5 [3] Olaria AC v Americano RJ [1] W 2-1
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 05/21 18:00 4 [5] Olaria AC v Cabofriense [5] W 2-1
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 05/14 18:00 3 [6] Macae Esporte FC v Olaria AC [2] L 1-0
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 05/07 18:00 2 [1] Olaria AC v Angra Dos Reis RJ [4] L 1-2
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 04/30 18:00 1 America RJ v Olaria AC W 1-2
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 12/01 18:00 - Perolas Negras v Olaria AC D 2-2
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 11/28 18:00 - Olaria AC v Perolas Negras W 1-0
Brazílie - Campeonato Carioca B 11/20 18:00 - Olaria AC v Perolas Negras L 0-1

Statistiky

 TotalDomácíHosté
Matches played 23 13 10
Wins 13 9 4
Draws 4 1 3
Losses 6 3 3
Goals for 33 23 10
Goals against 22 13 9
Clean sheets 7 4 3
Failed to score 3 1 2

Olaria Atlético Clube, usually abbreviated to Olaria, is a Brazilian football team based in the city of Rio de Janeiro, in the neighbourhood of Olaria. The team compete in Campeonato Carioca Série B1, the second tier of the Rio de Janeiro state football league.

The club name means brick factory, and is also the name of the club's neighborhood.

Olaria is one of the small clubs from Rio de Janeiro that have managed to remain active in the shade of the four big ones (Botafogo, Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco da Gama).

History

On July 1, 1915, the club was founded as Japonês Futebol Clube (Japanese Football Club, in English). The club was later in that year renamed to Olaria Atlético Clube, by Calorino Martins Arantes, who was a club director, to attract more supporters.

In 1974, Olaria competed in the Série A, finishing in the 28th position.

In 1981, Olaria won the Série C, called Taça de Bronze (Bronze Cup). In the final, the club beat Santo Amaro of Pernambuco state. In 1983, the club won the Campeonato Carioca Second Division, being promoted to the following year's first division. In 1999, an enterprise called Sport News assumed the club's football section for a short time period.

In 2000, Olaria was in the White Module (which was the equivalent of a third level) of that season's Série A, named Copa João Havelange. The club was eliminated in the first stage. In 2003, the club competed again in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série C. Olaria was eliminated in the third stage by fellow Rio de Janeiro state club Cabofriense.