What is the ‘pogo’ club?

This is a story about sports, not politics.

That is, the fact that this club is actually called the ‘Club pogo’.

The term club pogo was coined by a team of Brazilian soccer players, who named themselves the Club Pogo (or, in Portuguese, Club Português), after a Portuguese soccer team.

The club was founded in 1999, and the current name, Pogo, is the acronym for Portuguese for ‘football club.’

The club is a Brazilian soccer team, but its roots are in Brazilian soccer, and that’s where the name comes from.

The Club pogo name is a nod to the Portuguese roots of the club.

The team is based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but there are currently 14 members in the team.

It is a member-run organization, with only six players on the current roster.

According to the club’s website, the team plays its home games at Estadio Mineirão, an old soccer stadium in Sao Pereira, which was built in 1888, and played host to the famous Brazil team of the 1920s.

The stadium has been converted into a soccer field since then, and it’s been home to the Brazil National Team since 2013.

The Pogo team plays in the lower tier of Brazilian football, the Second Division, where the top teams compete against each other.

The first season of the team was played in 2002, and there have been four consecutive seasons since that time.

The Brazil national team has won five of the last six editions of the tournament, including the 2014 World Cup.

Pogo has a history in Brazil, as the club has a long history in the country.

The history of the Club pago is intertwined with that of the city of Sao Pereirão.

In the 1920’s, the stadium was used for matches between the local soccer teams, the São Paulo National team and the S.P.A. Brasil team.

After the SPSA Brasil folded in the late 1970s, the club folded as well.

The São Pereira Municipal stadium is still home to some of the SPAB’s oldest and most beloved members, as it was used as a training field for the SSA national team for more than a decade.

The Stadium Pogo was formed in 1996 by the club members to help the local Brazilian soccer teams compete at the national level.

In 2002, the Sao Pereirinhas’ local team, S. Pereiranha, played its first match at the stadium.

The goal of the match was to decide the SAA Brazil Cup, which the SPMB Brasil club won, and which is held annually in Rio de Janeiro.

The winning team was named the “First Player to Score a Goal in the First Round of the World Cup,” and that was how the Club was named.

The soccer team played its home matches at the old stadium, and in 2002 the team’s coach was the former player, Luis Carlos Gárate, and he helped the club make its debut in the competition.

In 2004, the local club, the Santos Brasil National Team, played their first game at the new stadium.

Since then, the current team has been playing its home match at Estanción Doce.

The current S. P.A., S. Paulo, is headed by former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and was formed to help bring the national team back to the Brazilian national team.

Brazilian soccer is still a young sport in Brazil.

It’s been around for nearly 40 years.

The last World Cup was held in 1994, and for the past two World Cups, there have not been any major tournaments for Brazilian soccer.

The next World Cup is scheduled to be held in 2019.

The Brazilian soccer league, the Primera Division, is led by Brazil’s most successful soccer player, Neymar.

He played for Brazil for more, than a dozen years.

Brazil has a soccer history that is unmatched anywhere else in the world.

As the world’s third-largest country, Brazil has produced the most footballers in the game, including some of football’s most famous names.

Brazilian football has also grown and developed as a major international sport.

Brazil is the fifth-largest nation in the continent, and its top players have gone on to be among the greatest players in the history of soccer.

In recent years, Brazil’s national team’s playing style has been criticized by many for its focus on attacking and possession.

Brazilian players have also been accused of cheating the system and cheating the game.

FIFA, which governs the world soccer governing body, has recently taken a tough stance against the Brazilian league, claiming that it lacks integrity and that it is an obstacle to the growth of soccer in Brazil and throughout the world, according to the Associated Press.

Brazil’s football is an international sport that has been around since the 1920ís.

Brazilian teams have won seven of the past eight World Cups.

Brazilian sports has also been a popular