Brazil and Italy are two of the world's leading football powers who have memorably met on the pitch on many occasions, but they come together in a more unusual way thanks to one small club. Clube Atlético Juventus are a small team based in a neighbourhood of Sao Paulo called Mooca, and were formed by Italian workers in the area in 1924. The Italian Juventus was the obvious inspiration for the club's name, but the team's colours were taken from another Italian club. Pele once stated that the most beautiful goal of his career was scored against Juventus, an event which is marked by a plaque at the club's ground.
Associacao Portuguesa de Desportos, usually called Portuguesa or Lusa, a Brazilian soccer team from Sao Paulo in Sao Paulo state, founded on August 14, 1920 by the Portuguese population of the city presented its new third soccer jersey for the 2011/12 season made by Penalty Cavalera.
Esporte Clube Vitoria or simply known as Vitoria is a Brazilian soccer team from Salvador in Bahia, founded back on May, 1899. On Monday the club nicknamed Leao da Barra presented its new third kit for the 2011/12 season made by the Brazilian Sportswear company Penalty in partnership with Cavallera.