Meet Clube Paulistano
Founded in 1900, Club Athletico Paulistano is one of the most traditional social, cultural and sports associations of São Paulo. Located in the privileged neighborhood of Jardim América in an area of over 41,000 m2.
It daily promotes sports, cultural and social activities. There are on average 40 sports, cinema with updated programming, theater, parties, concerts, art exhibitions, courses and workshops.
It stands out mainly for the quality of leisure and entertainment it offers to the members. The club receives an average of 4,300 members daily that participate in the various activities offered.
Qualified audience of a variety of age groups, predominantly classes A and B, with high purchasing power and potential consumer of a wide range of products and services.
About 50% belong to the age group from 40 years of age, 20% between 26 and 40 years of age and 30% among children, teenagers and consumers up to 25 years.
The history of Paulistano begins at the turn of the nineteenth century, when a group of young people had the idea of founding a genuinely Brazilian club, in contrast to the existing ones at the time, of English or German origin. The official foundation was on November 30, 1900.
The Club had its first headquarters on Rua da Consolação, where the Velodrome was located. At the time, cycling, rowing on the river Tietê and golf on Morro dos Ingleses were the most popular sports in São Paulo.
The aim of the new club was to promote soccer in the Velodrome, which idea was successful in the first 15 years of history of CAP.
In 1915, the place was expropriated to build Rua Nestor Pestana, where Teatro Cultura Artística is currently located. Club Athletico Paulistano moved to a new place.
On December 29, 1917 its current head office was inaugurated between Rua Honduras and Rua Estados Unidos on Jardim América.
Aerobike, Gymnastic in the Pool, Badminton, Basketball, Beach Tennis, Billiards, Boxing, Capoeira, Cycling, Running, Fencing, School Sports, Adult Soccer, Children’s Futsal, Children’s’ Soccer, Footvolley, Backgammon, Aerobic Gymnastics, Artistic Gymnastics, Integrative Gymnastics, Re-educative Gymnastics, Trampoline Gymnastics, Golf, Table Top Game, Judo, Karate, Female Minitennis, Male Minitennis, Body Building, Swimming, Masters Swimming, Basque Pelota, Water Polo, Female Water Polo, Rowing, Squash, Female Tennis, Children and Young Adult Tennis, Hiking, Triathlon, Volleyball, Master Male Volleyball, Chess, Game Room Chess