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Brazil National Soccer Team

Manager: Dorival Júnior (2024-present)

Star Players: Neymar, Alisson, Ederson, Casemiro

Legendary Former Players: Pele, Garrincha, Ronaldo, Rivaldo, Roberto Carlos, Kaka, Socrates, Romario, Ronaldinho, Cafu, Zico

FIFA World Cup Appearances: 22

Championship Titles: FIFA World Cup (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002), Copa America (9 times, most recent in 2019)

Brazil National Soccer Team

The Brazil National Soccer Team (Seleção) is by many measures the most successful national soccer team on Earth, as well as one of the most instantly recognizable with their canary yellow shirts, blue shorts, and green socks (the three colors of Brazil’s flag). Brazil is the only country in the word to have appeared in every single World Cup (22 and counting), has won the World Cup 5 times (more than anyone else), and has famously produced many of the world’s most talented players. And yet people are often surprised to learn that Brazil had a rough introduction to World Cup soccer. The Seleção performed below expectations through many of their early tournaments, including in 1950 when they hosted the World Cup for the first time and lost the World Cup Final to Uruguay 2-1 in the Maracana Stadium in front of an eye-watering 173,850 devastated fans. Making the loss even worse was the fact that due to the tournament’s weird format back then, all Brazil had needed was a draw (and they had already printed all the newspapers celebrating the team’s victory in advance). It would take until 1958, when a young prodigy known as Pele would emerge on the scene, leading Brazil to its first ever World Cup triumph at the tender age of 17. Brazil’s famous team of that era would go on to win the World Cup again in 1962 and 1970, thrilling fans worldwide with their flamboyant style, elaborate passing moves, and incredible tricks with the ball. Superstars like Zico and Socrates continued the magic through the 1980s but could not quite claim another trophy, leaving it to the class of 1994 to win a fourth World Cup in a sweltering duel with Italy in America’s Rose Bowl. It was the first ever World Cup Final to go to a penalty shootout (after a turgid scoreless 120 minutes). The incomparable striker Ronaldo (not Cristiano, the other one…ask your dad!) led Brazil back to the World Cup Final in France ‘98, where they were crushed 3-0 by the hosts, but the Seleção redeemed themselves in 2002 in Yokohama, Japan by beating Germany 2-0 to make it an incredible 5 World Cups. The years since have seen Brazil fade to some extent, struggling to capture their past magic and turning, at times, to quite cynical displays of gamesmanship. 2014 marked a particular nadir for the country when they hosted the World Cup for the first time since the trauma of 1950, and history repeated itself, with the Maracana Stadium once more witnessing the team’s destruction, this time an unbelievable 7-1 drubbing at the hands of Germany. Times might be tough right now, and other South American nations (especially archrivals Argentina) can smell blood in the water, but only a fool would count out the greatest soccer nation of them all in the years to come. This summer, in 2024, led by the aging but still magical Neymar and two of the best goalkeepers in the world in Alisson and Ederson, Brazil will attempt to wrest the Copa America back from Argentina and hope to begin their rise back to the heights of the game where their many fans believe they belong. 

How can I get cheap tickets to Brazil National Soccer Team games?

To see Brazil playing soccer is more than just something to tell your friends about or post on social media. It is one of the great experiences that any sports fan can have. No matter the era, no matter the result, watching Brazil always seems to carry an aura about it, a sense that in any moment the soccer could disappear and a magic show begin. Demand for tickets anywhere that Brazil plays is always high, particularly with world famous stars like Neymar in the ranks. Tickets generally sell out well in advance. For your best chance at getting your hands on the cheapest tickets to upcoming Brazil Soccer matches, keep checking the TicketX listings on this page, using our handy TicketX seating chart to compare prices and seat locations. Tickets can be purchased from TicketX with a single click for the lowest commission fees! 

How much do tickets to Brazil National Soccer Team games cost?

Tickets to Brazil National Soccer Team games starting from $96.72 at Allegiant Stadium on Jun 28 are available from TicketX. Prices are subject to change due to demand and other factors, so beat the offside trap and buy your tickets today!

Upcoming Brazil National Soccer Team Games

The Brazil National Soccer Team has several big upcoming games that you definitely won’t want to miss (all in the USA!):

Brazil National Soccer Team Rivalries

Brazil’s rivalry with neighbors Argentina is one of the greatest rivalries in all of sport, with genuine enmity for the other mixed with a grudging respect and knowledge that a hero is nothing without a villain. What would Sherlock Holmes be without Moriarty, Harry Potter without Voldemort, Luke Skywalker without Darth Vader? Who is who depends on which country you support! Despite their visceral rivalry, Brazil and Argentina have met just three times in the World Cup itself, with Brazil winning the first 2-1 in 1974, violence winning the second in 1978 (a horrendous goalless draw), and Brazil winning the third 3-1 in 1982. The Pele-Maradona debate also meanders tediously on (though it has now been replaced by the even more tedious Messi-Ronaldo debate!). The two countries have met many times in the Copa America and this will be the matchup that fans will be hoping to see in the latter stages of that tournament this summer in the United States. Brazil also has a rivalry with Italy known as the Clássico Mundial as well as rivalries with Uruguay, England, Germany, and the Netherlands.

Are Brazil National Soccer Team games exciting?

Attending a Brazil National Soccer Team match will be something that you will never forget. Along with the tricks and flicks (and probably dives…) that you will witness on the field, the color and music (samba!) in the stands are just as much a part of the game. Any soccer game involving Brazil is far more than just a game; it is a cultural event that showcases the country’s passion for soccer and for life itself! Get your tickets now to see the Brazil National Soccer Team in action from TicketX, before they sell out! Do not miss this chance!

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