who are we
We are BUSA Grêmio United, we're the union of the amazing Grêmio and BUSA. We're here to play the #GenuineBrazilianSoccer and help the athletes to develop their skills. The ideia is to get the best of the Brazilian Soccer that we know and admire from Grêmio, and all the knowledge an experience that BUSA has in America. Is the best of the both worlds.
Lucas Uebel/Grêmio FBPA
Welcome to BUSA
Many call it soccer. We call it passion.
We love this game, it's an art.
It's our culture.
That's why we're not yelling at you,
We're coaching you, teaching you how to
touch the ball, how to make a pass
How to handle your emotions, handle
Even teaching you to run, to score
that beautiful goal you will never forget,
framed in your living room.
We are the ones that raise your head up high,
when you feel that you're not doing right.
When you say I can't, we hold your hand.
We're the ones who make you're proud to be part (of), you hold up our flag in both squared places that you love the most.
We are the ones that leads the way for you to make an impact, on and off-field.
When you join the BUSA, you're not joining just a team.
You're joining a family.
To celebrate the sport, to celebrate the belonging.
And all of this comes from
The game that made us
And to the community that gave us,
Welcome to grêmio
Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense was born from a soccer ball, as should happen with a club predestined for greater glory. The victorious trajectory began with the paulista Cândido Dias da Silva, working for some time in Porto Alegre and his soccer ball.
It was on September 15, 1903, that thirty-two boys got together at Salão Grau, and started the history of a winning club, willing to overcome all challenges. Carlos Luiz Böhrer was elected the first President, never imagining the worldwide projection that the newborn club would one day achieve.
The club is located in Porto Alegre, RS, on the south of Brazil. It has more than 6 millions supporters, and as main titles, the club won: The FIFA Clubs World Cup in 1983, the Libertadores Cup in 1983, 1995, and 2017, the Brazil Cup in 1989, 1994, 1997, 2001, and 2016, and the Brazilian Championship in 1981 and 1996.
The imortal, as is well known in Brazil, has an amazing stadium in Porto Alegre, the Gremio Arena, it has almost 60000 seats in the grandstand and is always packed with fans.