PresidentsFor more details on this topic, see List of Cruzeiro Esporte Clube directors and chairmen.
|Américo Gasparini||1925-26, 1928|
|Antonio Falci||1927, 1929–30|
|José Viana de Souza||1933|
|Romeo de Paoli||1936|
|Osvaldo Pinto Coelho||1936-40|
|Ennes Cyro Poni||1941-42|
| João Fantoni
|Fernando Tamietti||1947, 1950|
|Antônio Cunha Lobo||1947-49|
|Antônio Alves Simões||1949|
|Manoel F. Campos||1950|
|José Greco||1952-53, 1955|
|José Francisco Lemos Filho||1954|
|Eduardo S. Bambirra||1955-56|
|Manoel A. de Carvalho||1957-58|
|Antonio Braz Lopes Pontes||1959-60|
|Alvimar de Oliveira Costa||2003-08|
|Gilvan de Pinho Tavares||2012-present|
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