BRAZIL NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM
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World Cup Wins: 5 (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)
Head Coach: Tite
Current Team Captain: Dani Alves
Brazilian National Soccer Team TicketsFor what seems like forever, Brazil has been one of the true superpowers in the world of international soccer, earning a record five World Cup victories and producing an extraordinary list of legendary players that include the likes of Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Zico, Garrincha, Sócrates, Jairzinho, Romário and Pelé. After over a century in existence, the Brazilian National Team has racked up a list of honors and accolades, both global and continental, that invariably impresses all who contemplate it. That tradition of excellence continues today, with Brazil’s current generation of players being some of the most skilled and elegant in the game. StubHub empowers both Brazilian soccer fans who want to follow their home team and die-hard fans in general who simply want to see excellence and grace on the pitch to come together and enjoy the spectacle of the Brazilian National Team at work. Join the legions of soccer fans who long to see the very best perform and get your Brazilian National Soccer Team tickets at StubHub today.
Which players have formed the Brazilian National Team’s starting eleven in recent games?In most of its recent games, both as part of World Cup qualifying and in other instances, Brazil uses more-or-less the following lineup to start its games: Alisson Ramses Becker as goalkeeper; Marquinhos, Fabinho, Dani Alves, Danilo and Alex Sandro as frequent defenders; Casemiro, Philippe Coutinho and Arthur as frequent midfielders or attacking midfielders; and forwards and strikers like Neymar, Gabriel Jesus and Richarlison. There is some variation in this list depending on which other squad Brazil is set to play, but all of the aforementioned players make frequent appearances.
What are some recent games involving the Brazilian National Soccer Team?Most recently, the Brazilian National Soccer Team has played a series of international friendly games against Peru, Senegal, Nigeria, Argentina and South Korea. Each of these games occurred on September 10, 2019; October 10, 2019; October 13, 2019; November 15, 2019; and November 19, 2019, respectively. Brazil lost to Peru and Argentina by one goal, reached 1-1 draws with both Senegal and Nigeria, and defeated South Korea 3-0.
What are some future games for the Brazilian National Soccer Team?As part of the 2020 Copa América (or the South American Football Championship), the Brazilian National Soccer Team is set to play a game against Venezuela on June 14, 2020; another game against Peru on June 18, 2020; another game against Qatar on June 23, 2020; one more game against co-host country Columbia on June 27, 2020; and yet another game against Ecuador on July 1, 2020. As part of CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifying Games, Brazil will also be playing a game against Bolivia on March 26, 2020; against Peru on March 31, 2020; against Venezuela on September 8, 2020; and against Columbia on October 8, 2020, among other games. Be sure to regularly check the Brazilian National Team’s StubHub page to get up-to-date information about and tickets to upcoming games.
What are some venues where the Brazilian National Team plays frequently or has played especially important games?The Brazilian National Soccer Team has played games and won championships at important sporting venues all over the world. For instance, the team won the 2002 World Cup Final against Germany at Yokohama Stadium in Japan. The team also won the 1994 World Cup Final against Italy at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. It has also played at major venues across South America like the Estadio do Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, the Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín’ in Bogotá, Columbia.
What are some other teams and soccer events that Brazilian National Team fans may be interested in?Soccer fans who love watching the Brazilian National Team play might also enjoy watching other powerhouses in international soccer like the Argentinian, German, Italian, French, Belgian, Portuguese and Spanish national teams. As World Cup qualifying games are going on right now, soccer fans will also be sure to love having World Cup tickets when the time comes to hold the most important international tournament in the sport. Fans of South American soccer in particular can also get Copa América tickets thanks to StubHub.
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