Synonyms for bangu or Related words with bangu

ipatinga              paysandu              barueri              bonsucesso              itabaiana              olaria              esportivo              bragantino              goianiense              mineiro              fluminense              campinense              mirassol              barreirense              londrina              paranaense              cabofriense              pelotas              aparecidense              figueirense              desportiva              santista              palmeiras              caldense              coritiba              felgueiras              itumbiara              uberaba              luverdense              paulista              quilmes              botafogo              ituano              barbarense              anapolina              torreense              paulistano              sorocaba              treze              friburguense              arouca              juventude              cianorte              alagoano              ypiranga              oliveirense              goytacaz              ituiutaba              coruripe              baixada             

Examples of "bangu"
In 1890, Bangu railway station was inaugurated, stimulating the neighborhood's growth and development. Bangu became a proletarian neighborhood, exporting fabric to Europe.
Bangu is a neighborhood in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is a middle-class neighborhood. It is located in the western area of the city being one of the most populated districts, with 244,518 inhabitants (according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics - IBGE - Demographic Census 2000) [1] distributed in an area of 4570.69 ha. Located in the geographic center of the city, the neighborhood is close to Campo Grande, Senador Camará, Vila Aliança, Padre Miguel and Realengo. On November 22, 2004 the mayor of Rio de Janeiro César Maia created by decree the district Gericinó. The neighborhood was originally part of the neighborhood of Bangu, the region where the penitentiary of Bangu is located, besides Bangu dump. The region is where Gericinó was located containing the sub-district of the Aqueduct (Aqueduct of the Seine). Since 2004, the complex of Bangu and dump of Bangu, no longer belong to the neighborhood of Bangu.
The club has its origins in Fábrica Bangu (Bangu Factory), located in Bangu neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro. Some Britons that worked at the factory, especially Thomas Donohoe, introduced football to the factory workers by bringing footballs to the place and organizing the first football match in Brazil. In December 1903, Andrew Procter suggested the foundation of a club, when he realized how enthusiastic his colleagues were for football. The club was founded on April 17, 1904 as Bangu Atlético Clube. Bangu was the first football club in Brazil to feature black and mulatto players.
The Bangu Textile Factory closed in 2004. The process of bankruptcy started in the 1970s because of the creeping transition to “favelas” from neighborhoods of the South Side to the West Side of Rio, a problem which made the regions of Bangu and Realengo less appealing. In 2007 all the historic sites of the factory became a shopping mall called Bangu Shopping.
On March 8, 1893, the Fábrica de Tecidos Bangu (Bangu Fabrics Factory) was inaugurated, with the presence of the country's vice-president, Floriano Peixoto and the Federal District's mayor. The factory was a major textile player in Brazil and the world throughout the 20th Century, making the name "Tecidos Bangu" a well known household name.
Bangu Atlético Clube, or Bangu as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football club from Bangu district, Rio de Janeiro city in Rio de Janeiro state, founded on April 17, 1904. The club competed in the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A several times, finishing as runner-up in 1985.
On October 30, 2007, a major shopping mall named "Bangu Shopping" started its operation in the same building previously occupied by "Fábrica de Tecidos Bangu", now located in the city of Petrópolis, also in the state of Rio de Janeiro.
In June 2015, Drummy was offered the manager's job at Brazilian side Bangu.
"Tied on points 3–3, Bangu advanced on greater goal difference."
On April 20, 1980, Palmeiras beat Bangu 1-0. The match's attendance was 16,779 people.
Julio Cesar Souza dos Santos is a Brazil footballer who plays for Bangu.
Group B: Bangu, Boavista, Botafogo, Flamengo, Friburguense, Macaé, Mesquita and Volta Redonda.
Among the clubs he coached were Bangu, Palmeiras, Portuguesa, Botafogo-RJ]], São Paulo, Galícia and Panathinaikos.
Bangu Station is a closed train station on the Gyeongbuk Line.
He coached Bangu. In 1968 he was Primera División Argentina champion with San Lorenzo de Almagro.
Carlos Alberto de Almeida Jr.known as Carlinhos (born 17 June 1980), is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Bangu.
The bangu pictured is a highly decorative version, whilst more normal versions can be seen on Paul Noll's website:
After his contract with Bangu was done, China joined Série B side ABC on May 18, 2011.
The stadium's attendance record currently stands at 18,000, set on April 30, 1997, when Flamengo beat Bangu 3-1.
He played for several clubs, including Sampaio Corrêa, Ituano, América-SP, Al-Qadisiya, Al Hazm, Paysandu, Madureira, Bangu and Ceará.