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History of the Brazil National Football Team

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) was founded in June 1914, as part of the Brazilian Sports Federation.

Just three months later the Brazil national team played its first-ever international fixture. It came against neighbours Argentina and took place in Buenos Aires, resulting in a 3-0 defeat for Brazil.

The Seleção endured a rocky few years after formation, before winning the South American Championship (today known as Copa America) for the first time in 1919 and again three years later.

Brazil won the continental showpiece just once more prior to winning a first World Cup title in 1958.

As one of the most successful national teams of all time, Brazil has held top spot of the FIFA World Ranking on several occasions. The nation dropped to its lowest-ever ranking of 22nd in 2013.

The following year Brazil suffered its heaviest defeat, on home soil, against Germany in the World Cup semi-finals. The eventual champions beat the hosts by a staggering seven goals to one, before going on to edge Argentina in the final at the Maracanã Stadium.

Brazil National Team at Major Tournaments

No country has been crowned FIFA World Cup champions more times than Brazil, having won its fifth title in 2002. The Seleção is also the only team to have taken part in every edition of the World Cup finals to date.

After winning back-to-back World Cup titles in 1958 and 1962, the Brazilians were once again crowned world champions in 1970. More than two decades passed before they ascended to the throne again in 1994, becoming the first nation to win the World Cup four times.

In 2002, Brazil added a fifth World Cup to its collection by beating Germany 2-0 at the International Stadium Yokohama.

Meanwhile, Copa America championships had been relatively few and far between until the late 20th century.

Brazil won this competition for a fourth time in 1989, 20 years after their previous success. They claimed the Copa trophy in 1997 and again two years later, as well as in 2004 and 2007.

In 2019, Brazil were the winners of Copa America for a ninth time. Only Argentina and Uruguay had conquered the continental tournament more often than the men in yellow.

Brazil at the FIFA World Cup

Year Host Country Performance
1938 France Third place
1950 Brazil Runners-up
1958 Sweden Winners
1962 Chile Winners
1970 Mexico Winners
1974 West Germany Fourth place
1978 Argentina Third place
1994 United States Winners
1998 France Runners-up
2002 South Korea/Japan Winners
2014 Brazil Fourth place

Best Brazilian Football Players

The list of legendary Brazilian footballers goes on and on.

Perhaps the most famous of them all is Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pelé. Nicknamed 'O Rei' (The King), Pelé is the only three-time winner of the FIFA World Cup and he is considered by many as the greatest football player of all time. He earned 92 caps for Brazil and scored 77 goals, a record which stood until it was surpassed by Neymar Jr in 2023.

Pelé was at the forefront of Brazil's 'Joga Bonito' style of play in the mid-20th century. He was aged just 17 when he won the World Cup for the first time in 1958.

Four years later it was his teammate, Garrincha, who starred with two goals versus England in the quarter-finals and another brace against Chile in the semis.

Another who played alongside Pelé, Carlos Alberto captained the Seleção Canarinha to World Cup glory in 1970. The defender also scored the fourth and final goal for his team in the final, a 4-1 triumph over Italy.

Cafu is the most-capped Brazil player of all time with 142 international appearances to his name. He was the captain of the World Cup-winning team of 2002 and, at club level, he spent more than a decade playing in the Italian top flight – first for AS Roma before switching to AC Milan in 2003.

Ronaldo Nazario earned 98 caps for Brazil and is widely considered as one of the greatest-ever strikers. He scored 15 goals at the FIFA World Cup, of which eight came at the 2002 tournament alone. As a youngster, Ronaldo set the Eredivisie alight during his time with PSV Eindhoven before going on to represent several well-known European teams including FC Barcelona, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and AC Milan.

Roberto Carlos featured 125 times for the Brazil national team and made more than 500 appearances for Real Madrid. Ronaldinho, meanwhile, was a 97-cap international and plied his trade for teams such as Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and AC Milan.

Romario (85 caps) and Rivaldo (74) are another two well-known Brazil stars who played for Barcelona.

Kaká retired from football in 2017, having played for Brazil on 92 occasions. He was a winner of the UEFA Champions League and the recipient of the prestigious Ballon d'Or award in 2007 during his time with AC Milan, before later signing for Real Madrid.

More recently, the Seleção has been captained by Dani Alves (127 caps), Thiago Silva, Neymar Jr and Casemiro – all of whom have excelled in Europe at club level. Silva joined English Premier League side Chelsea in 2020 and Casemiro signed for Manchester United in 2022.

Some current and future Brazil stars include the likes of Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo and Gabriel Martinelli.

Brazil Football Icons

Name Caps International Career
Cafu 142 1990–2006
Dani Alves 127 2006–2022
Roberto Carlos 125 1992–2006
Lúcio 105 2000–2011
Cláudio Taffarel 101 1988–1998
Ronaldo 98 1994–2006; 2011
Ronaldinho 97 1999–2013
Pelé 92 1957–1971
Kaká 92 2002–2016
Jairzinho 81 1964–1982

Brazil National Team – Home Stadium

Brazil home matches are played across several venues across the country, but mostly at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. This ground has a capacity just under 79,000 and it hosted the final of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Another popular ground, Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha is located in the capital city of Brasilia and it was named after Brazil national team icon Garrincha. This stadium holds an estimated capacity of 72,000.

Estadio Morumbi is the home of Sao Paulo FC and can accommodate around 70,000 people.

Frequently Asked Questions about Brazil tickets

How to buy Brazil football tickets?

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On SeatPick, fans can choose from 6,991 Brazil tickets across 17 upcoming events. Up next will be Mexico vs Brazil at Kyle Field. For this match, you can now secure tickets starting from $68 on our platform.

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Those hoping to buy cheap Brazil football tickets are often advised to attend international friendly matches. Yet, there's no need to limit yourself to friendlies. On our platform, it’s also possible to snap up affordable tickets to see Brazil in a competitive fixture.

On SeatPick, the cheapest Brazil tickets are for Mexico vs Brazil, with availability from $68. Kyle Field in College Station will be the venue for the match on June 8, 2024, with the cheapest tickets located in the 342 Section.

When do Brazil tickets go on sale?

For most matches, Brazil tickets go on sale in the months leading up to the match. SeatPick stands out with the biggest inventory of Brazil tickets. We offer fans an abundance of choices by aggregating options across a variety of trusted ticket sites. Today, supporters can choose from 6,991 Brazil national football team tickets on our platform.

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How much are Brazil tickets?

Brazil ticket prices will vary depending on the importance of the match and the seating location within the stadium. Friendly matches are often cheap but prices to see Brazil play at a major international tournament will be higher.

Today, you can take your pick of Brazil football tickets starting from $68 on SeatPick, while the average ticket cost is $211 on our platform.

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Brazil will be playing at the following cities and venues in the upcoming 2023/2024 season, if Brazil currently has any scheduled games then you can scroll up this page and find the full Brazil Fixtures list, pick the event you are looking for and buy your Brazil match tickets.

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