This is the second article in a series that looks back at the history of the BORA BORAS in the world of football.
The first article will look at the rise of Bora Boras in Brazil and the second will look back at their meteoric rise to fame.
The BORAs first season in the first division of the Brazilian Football League was between 1990 and 1991.
The team was formed as a result of the merger of two clubs, the Bolsonaro Sampaio (Bora Borastrão) and the Santos Sampaíos (Borastraro Sépoli).
They would go on to win two titles, the Brazilian Premier League (1988-90 and 1990-91) and Brazilian Super Cup (1991-92) before being relegated to the lower tier of Brazilian football in 1993.
Bora is now the oldest Brazilian club, having been founded in 1991 and is owned by the Portuguese state.
BOROS first home match in the Brazilian Super cup was in 1992, when they beat Brazilian giants Santos in a 2-1 win at the Rio de Janeiro Arena.
Since then, Bora have won four consecutive titles, with a runner-up finish in the 1991 Copa Sudamericana in Belo Horizonte.
The club is also known for its famous Bora Barca shirt, which is worn by the Brazilian national team.
The Brazilian Football Association (FA) has given Bora the opportunity to join their first division team, which was created in 1998.
The FA was also able to get Bora to the Brazil National Team during their 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.
Boras most recent match of the season was in October 2016, when the team played in a Copa Libertadores quarter-final match against Corinthians.
In the match, the Bors were beaten 2-0 by Corinthians, and it was their third consecutive match in which they failed to score.
Boring, isn’t it?
The Bora Bolsonaras most famous goal is a classic goal from the 1986 Champions League final, a 1-0 win over Inter Milan in Rome.
The goal is still being celebrated around the world as one of the greatest goals in football.
A few days before the match the Boras players wore the shirt of their opponents, the mighty Juventus.
The Bianconeri won the match 4-2, with the goal scored by a man who would later become one of football’s great legends, Giovanni Trapattoni.
The fans of the club have been chanting this goal since then, as well as the fans of Juventus and other clubs around the globe.
The match was watched by over 5 million people around the planet.
Boras fans are the most passionate in Brazil.
This is not only because of the iconic Bora jersey but because of BOROARAS incredible success in the national team’s domestic competitions.
BORS best ever goal is the goal that won the Brazilian title in 1991.
With less than three months left in the regular season, the Biancones are still looking to add another trophy to their collection.
With the season only two weeks old, there are still many unanswered questions.
What will BORoA’s next opponent be?
Will BORs next team play in the Copa do Brasil, the most prestigious international tournament in Brazil?
Will the Borastra, a club with a history of winning international titles, return to the Brazilian league for the first time since 1999?
Will Brazilian soccer return to a state of relative safety, in the same way that it was when it began?
All of these questions are still unanswered.
What is certain is that the BORS team will have the best chance of getting their hands on another trophy in Brazil’s history, if they can keep the same form they have been using so far.
Bors next home match is in their third season in Brazil, which will be the first in the second division of Brazilian Football.
The final will be on June 18, 2021, at the Estadio do Maracana in Sao Paulo.
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