Home (World Youth manga): White shirt with red and black parallel stripes on the chest, white collar with red collar stripes, white shorts with and red and black stripes and white socks with red and black stripe on top. This uniform resembles the one worn by São Paulo in the 1993 Intercontinental Cup and in the 1993 season in real life.
Home (Road to 2002 manga): White shirt with red and black parallel stripes on the chest, white collar with red-white-black collar stripes and sleeve borders , white shorts with and red and black stripes and white socks with red and black stripe on top. This uniform resembles the one worn in the 1999 and 2000 seasons in real life.
In the Captain Tsubasa J anime, due to authoral rights, like many club teams, Sao Paulo was renamed as São Pas and and their uniforms changed with the parallel stripes on the front shirt with its colors inverted, the upper stripe being black and the lower stripe being red rather than the other way around, as well the shorts having only a red stripe.
In the Road to 2002 anime, for the same reason, São Paulo was renamed as FC Brancos and its symbol and uniforms were changed. Their uniforms changed from a white uniform with red and black parallel stripes to a white uniform with two dark blue twin chevrons on the chest and red accents.
When Tsubasa debuted on the team, he became the pivot gamemaker, with the assist of captain Radunga as volante. Tsubasa in the two year gap before the Battle of World Youth arc, he mastered the Flying Drive Shot which he used to score, together with the overhead, volleys, and other great techniques of his own, as well as doing great assists with his Drive pass. Even so, Tsubasa also relied on his sempais two-top forwards and later on with the help of Pepe (who debuted later on), he was able to make the São Paulo Combi with him. On the match against Santana's CR Flamengo, he learnt to do the Santana Turn and in Road to 2002 manga, he was able to do a two-step overhead in order to do the final goal.