Brazil's matches at Stade de France
About the Brazilian football team
During international football competitions, Brazil is represented by a selection of professional players called the "Seleção Brasileira de Futebol" in Portuguese.
The Brazilian team also has nicknames such as Seleção, Canarinho or Auriverdes. Founded in 1914, the Brazilian Football Confederation is currently chaired by the politician and former player, Jose Maria Marin. A former player, Carlos Caetano Bledorn Verri, known as Dunga, is the current coach of the team. Brazil's matches are played at Maracanã Stadium. Since its inception, iconic players such as Pelé, Ronaldo and Cafu have created the legend of the Seleção. Currently, other players such as Neymar, Kaka and Ronaldinho still continue the history of this team and promise fabulous BRAZIL Matches at Stade de France. Known for its yellow and blue colours, the Brazilian team is among the best national teams in the world thanks to its trophy cabinet and its records. Today, Brazil is still the only team to have reached the final stages of the World Cup twenty times. Moreover, the team has won this international football competition five times. Among others, four Confederations Cups, eight Copa America and three Junior World Cups, are the titles already won by the Seleção since its inception. If it is currently in sixth place in the FIFA world rankings, the Brazilian team has been ranked first from 1994 to 2006.
Brazil's previous matches at Stade de France
At Stade de France, on 26 March 2015, the Brazilian team played a friendly match against France. At the end of this meeting, Dunga's men were victorious. Neymar and company scored three goals against one for the French.
The friendly match played on 9 February 2011 between Brazil and France was won by the French. During this BRAZIL Match at Stade de France, the two teams were separated by a final score of 0-1.