All you need to know about the FIFA International team Brazil

No other country in football history has had as much success as Brazil. They have five World Cup championships (the most ever) and are the only team to have competed in every edition of the competition. Brazil’s National Football Team has produced some of the world’s top players throughout the years, and many believe its 1970 team to be the best group to ever play the game. They also have eight Copa América victories and four Confederations Cups in their trophy cabinet.

Brazil is in Group G and will play Serbia in their first match on November 24. The Selecao will next face world No. 15 Switzerland in their toughest group encounter on November 28 before concluding the group round against Cameroon four days later. Brazil’s football team, led by renowned scorer Neymar Jr, will arrive in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022 hoping to end their 20-year wait for the trophy.

History of the Brazil National Football Team

Since the first football World Cup was played in 1930, Brazil is the only side in the world to have competed in every edition. With five FIFA World Cup victories, Brazil is also the most successful team overall and comes into the Qatar World Cup as the top-ranked team in the world.

Humble beginnings

Brazil’s international football history started in 1914, with the formation of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF). That same year, the squad, comprised entirely of So Paulo and Rio de Janeiro players, played its first official match against Exeter City. Surprisingly, the game’s final score is unknown. According to some reports, Brazil won 2-0, while others indicate the game finished in a 3-3 tie. In 1919, Brazil won its first major title, defeating Uruguay in the finals of the South American Championship (later renamed Copa América). This squad was captained by outstanding striker Arthur Friedenreich, often regarded as the sport’s first great mixed-race player. This result was replicated in 1922 when the squad defeated Paraguay 3-0. Both of these tournaments were held on Brazilian soil.

Pelé’s arrival

With the arrival of the 16-year-old Pelé in 1957, the history of Brazilian and international football was permanently transformed. Even at this young age, his reputation was great enough for him to be included in the 1958 World Cup squad. Unlike in prior competitions, the squad was expected to obey some rigorous restrictions. They were given a list of 40 things they couldn’t do, including wearing headgear and smoking while wearing uniforms. Brazil beat Austria 3-0 and tied England 0-0 in their opening two games. Vicente Feola, the team’s manager, made three substitutions, inserting Zito, Garrincha, and Pelé for their encounter against the Soviet Union in the final group game. Later, the game’s opening three minutes were hailed as “the greatest three minutes in football history.” Vava scored a goal in the third and 77th minutes as Brazil easily won the game 2-0.

The remainder of the competition seemed to blur together for the mighty Seleço. They advanced to the semifinals after defeating Wales 1-0 and then Sweden and France 5-2. Pelé, who scored all six of his goals during the elimination round, was crucial to each of these victories. Brazil became the first team to win the World Cup outside of their own continent with this victory. Later, in an interview, Pelé cried as he said that the nation had come of age.

Brazil National Football Team: FIFA World Cup results

Brazil has competed in the World Cup 21 times (FIFA World Cup qualification not included).

20144th place
1990Round of 16
1982Round 2
19783rd place
19744th place
1966Group Stage
19383rd place
1934Round 1
1930Group Stage

Brazil National Football Team Most Famous Players


Neymar is unquestionably one of the world’s best players. When Paris-Saint-Germain spent €222 million for Neymar, he broke the record for the most expensive acquisition in football history. Neymar has won championships everywhere he has played. Despite all of that extravagant expenditure, Neymar has excelled for both club and country. With 64 goals, he is second among all goal scorers for his nation. At the age of 19, he and his hometown team Santos won the Copa Libertadores. With FC Barcelona, the forward won the treble in 2015. He now contributes an astounding 1.22 goals per game for Paris Saint-Germain. He has helped them to several league championships. He has more than 100 games for Brazil and won the Confederations Cup in 2013.

Roberto Carlos

Many consider Roberto Carlos to be the finest left-back in history, and he has an enviable record to back it up. Carlos was a key player for Inter Milan and Real Madrid, where he became a legend. He appeared in almost 500 games with Los Blancos, where he established himself with intelligent defense and a rocket of a left foot, winning four La Liga crowns and three UEFA Champions League wins among others. The defender played 125 times for his country and won the World Cup in 2002 as well as the Copa America in 1997 and 1999. These successes, together with his club successes, established him as one of the finest Brazilian players of all time.


Ronaldinho is one of the most recognizable football players in history. He went on to excite a generation with his perplexing abilities and exquisite ball control. Ronaldinho’s name became one of the most well-known in sports. He played for some of the world’s most prestigious clubs, including FC Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, and AC Milan. Ronaldinho won league titles in Spain and Italy, as well as the UEFA Champions League with Barcelona in 2005-06, as well as the 2002 World Cup and the Ballon d’Or in 2005. In doing so, Ronaldinho followed the Brazilian tradition of winning everything in the club and international football.

Brazil National Football Team: FIFA World Cup Group

Group G

Brazil FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule

DateMatchTime (ET)Stadium
Thurs, Nov. 24Brazil vs. Serbia2 p.m.Lusail
Mon, Nov. 28Brazil vs. Switzerland11 a.m.Stadium 974
Fri, Dec. 2Cameroon vs. Brazil2 p.m.Lusail

Brazil National Football Squad for FIFA World Cup

Eder MilitaoDefender
Thiago SilvaDefender
Alex TellesDefender
Dani AlvesDefender
Alex SandroDefender
Bruno GuimaraesMidfielder
Lucas PaquetaMidfielder
Everton RibeiroMidfielder
Gabriel MartinelliForward
Vinicius Jr.Forward
Gabriel JesusForward

Summing It Up!

Brazil will meet Serbia in their opening encounter on November 24 in Group G. On November 28, the Selecao will play world No. 15 Switzerland in their toughest group match before closing the group stage against Cameroon four days later. Brazil’s football squad, led by legendary scorer Neymar Jr, will arrive in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022, trying to end their 20-year trophy win.

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