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Fluminense football club are a Brazilian team where they recently won the Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A in the 2012 season. Currently captained by Fred who was the hero at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup wear red, white and green striped home shirts.

Fluminense Football Club is a sports club in Rio de Janeiro Brazil. The club was formed in July 1902, Fluminense play their home games in either of 2 stadiums depending on the expected crowd with smaller games at the 8,000 capacity Estadio das Laranjeiras in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and larger ones at the 103,000 capacity Estadio do Maracana, in the Maracana suburb of Rio de Janeiro.

The club's greatest players include Castilho, Pinheiro, Tele Santana, Altair, Escurinho, Rubens Galaxe, Denilson, Assis, Waldo, Marcao, Orlando Pingo de Ouro, Hercules and Harry Welfare.

Fluminense play in the club colours of maroon and green striped shirts with white trim, white shorts and socks for home fixtures. The away kit is a white shirt, maroon shorts and green socks. The colours have been donned by some well known names in the game such as Roberto Rivellino who was known for his powerful left footed shot and ranked as one of the top Brazilian footballers of all time, Carlos Alberto Torres who captained Brazil to victory in the 1970 World Cup and Romario de Souza Faria known as Romario one of Fluminense's most prolific strikers in the 1990s, who helped Brazil to win the 1994 World Cup.

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