In the upcoming Exhibition game , the famous Brazilian national soccer team will face another incredible team in a match that many are anticipating. This is, after all, a team that has won the FIFA World Cup several times, as well as a number of other highly competitive tournaments and championships. Nicknamed the Little Canary, the Brazilian team is a member of the Confederacao Brasileira de Futebol and part of the CONMEBOL confederation. It can be seen live in action with Cheap Exhibition Brazil tickets in hand.
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The Brazil national soccer team's head coach is Dunga with Thiago Silva as the captain. Cafu holds the record for the most caps, at one hundred and forty two, with Pele holding the record for the most goals scored, at seventy seven. The team has been ranked Number One by FIFA in the world a record one hundred and fifty one times. Similarly, it has been ranked Number One in the world by the Elo rankings a record seven thousand and seven hundred and eight times. The very first international game played by the team pitted it against the Argentina national soccer team. Its biggest win so far has been against the Nicaraguan national soccer team, which it soundly defeated by 14–0.
The Brazilian team has played many exhibition games. The five time FIFA World Cup champions have appeared a record twenty times in the FIFA World Cup; appearing in every FIFA World Cup every since the tournament first took place in 1930. They have appeared thirty three times in the Copa America and won it a record eight times, with the last two wins taking place in 2004 and 2007. They have also played in three CONCACAF Gold Cups and emerged as the runners–up twice.
Brazil's national soccer team has been a member of FIFA since 1923 and a member of the CONMEBOL confederation since 1916. As one of the most successful teams in the history of the FIFA World Cup, with five FIFA World Cup championships to its name, the team has the best overall performance in the history of the tournament. The team has scored the largest number of wins in the World Cup, having won seventy of all one hundred and four matches it has played in. It has had a one hundred and nineteen goal difference, won two hundred and twenty seven points with only seventeen losses.
The Brazilian national soccer team is also the most successful team when it comes to the FIFA Confederations Cup and it has won four championships in 1997, 2005, 2009 and 2013. The team have won a total of sixty two international titles so far, a world record that no other team has matched to date. It is thus dubbed as the most glorious and successful of all national teams from South America and the World, by CONMEBOL.
Brazil has also scored the highest all–time average on the Elo Rankings, with many considering their 1970 team to be the greatest ever assembled in the history of soccer. The team is also the only one to win the FIFA World Cup on four different continents. It has won the Cup once in Europe, twice in North America, once in South America and once in Asia.
Brazil also holds the record for the largest number of consecutive matches undefeated, at thirty five. The team has also won eight Copa America tournaments, two Panamerican Championships, three Silver Medals and two Bronze Medals at the Olympics, four Pan American Games and seven CONMEBOL Men Pre–Olympic Tournaments. Catch this team live in action with Brazil Exhibition tickets in hand.