The Brazilian Men’s Football Team

History:

1900-1948 The national football crew did not take an interest in the Olympic Games (Paris’00, St.Louis ’04, London ’08, Stockholm ’12, Antwerp ’20, Paris ’24, Amsterdam ’28, Berlin ’36, London ’48).

1920-1979 Brazil just won a South American Cup title.

1930 At the World Cup in Montevideo (Uruguay), the Brazilian squad completed 6th…

1934 The Brazilian national group put thirteenth at the FIFA World Tournament.

1938 The national squad completed third in the World Championships in Europe.

1940 Edson Arantes do Nascimento, otherwise called Pelè, was conceived on October 23, 1940 in Tres Coracoes, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Under his initiative, Brazil earned three World Cup titles (1958, 1962, 1970). At 17 years of age of age, he was at that point a top of the line player. He ended up a standout amongst the most popular competitors on the planet.

1950 Brazil facilitated the World Cup.This was the second time the World Cup had occurred in Latin America. Amid the World Cup last, the nearby group endured a standout amongst its most embarrassing annihilations: Uruguay beat Brazil.

1952 The Brazilian men’s soccer crew contended in the Summer Olympic Games out of the blue. Brazil turned into the fourth South American nation to fit the bill for the Olympic Games…

1954 The national squad put 6th at the FIFA World Championships.

1958 World Cup in Stockholm, Sweden. Seventeen-year-old footballer Edson Arantes of Brazil drummed up some excitement when he drove the Brazilian group to World Cup title. Pelè turned into the most youthful Latin American World boss ever…

1959 Pan American Games in the United States. The Brazilian men’s soccer crew showed up…

1960 Rome, Italy. Brazil partook in its second Olympic Tournament.

1962 World Cup in Santiago de Chile. The national squad astounded everybody by completing first. The soccer star Garrincha, who was conceived in Rio de Janeiro, was named the Most Valuable Player.Brazil turned into the second Latin American country to win the World Cup…

1963 At the Pan American Games in Sao Paulo, Brazil, have nation, won the men’s soccer tournament…Santos (Brazilian club) won the Intercontinental Cup for the second successive time…

1964 The national group fit the bill for the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.

1964-1975 Brazil did not win any Copa Libertadores title.

1966 Brazil set 12nd at the World Championships in London, England…Edson Arantes do Nascimento wrote in Sports Illustrated, “No one in the diversion had a fabulous time than I did when I originally turned into an expert. This vacation reached an unexpected end at some point around 1960. I was constantly denoted the entire time at whatever point and wherever I played, and on the off chance that I maintained a strategic distance from the denoting, the boot went in. I’ve been kicked from column to post, especially in those up-nation alliance diversions where the home group conclude this is the best way to stop Pelè and Santos. At first I was stunned, and after that I wound up furious. Some of the time I hit back and on the grounds that my name was Pelè, updates on such episodes made each paper in Brazil…”

1968 Mexico City. At the Olympic Games, Brazil baffled fans by completing in eleventh set up…

1970 Pelè drove Brazil to triumph in the World Championships in Mexico. The Brazilian squad won every one of its matches.

1972 Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. Brazil couldn’t fit the bill for the semi-finals. In the first round, they were beaten by Denmark and Iran…

1974 The national group set fourth at the FIFA World Championships. They were top picks…

1976 The Brazilian soccer squad was disposed of in the semi-finals at the Summer Olympic Games in Montreal (Canada).

1978 The national group set third in the World Championships in Buenos Aires-behind Argentina (have nation) and Holland. Carlos Roberto de Oliveira and Dirceu Josè Guimaraes were the best players…

1979 The Brazilian group completed fourth at the Youth South American Tournament, however did not meet all requirements for the Youth World Championships in Asia.

1982 World Championships in Spain. Brazil couldn’t win the all inclusive trophy. The Latin American squad was one of the top picks to win the worldwide trophy…

1983 Brazil beat Argentina to take the World title in the men’s football at the FIFA World Youth Cup in Mexico City…

1984 The national group guaranteed silver at the Summer Olympic in Los Angeles, California, USA. In the gold award coordinate, France beat Brazil 2-0.The best players were Gilmar Popoca and Carlos Caetano Bledorn (“Dunga”).

1986 Mexico City. For the fourth time, Brazil neglected to win the all inclusive title.

1988 Brazilian individuals were astonished when they realized that the Brazilian men’s football crew did not win the gold decoration at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. This South American group was one of the top picks. The best footballer was Romario de Souza.

1990 World Cup in Rome, Italy. The Brazilian men’s soccer crew put tenth…

1991 Brazil did not take part in the Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba.

1992 The Latin American squad did not meet all requirements for the Olympics in Spain.

1994 Under the bearing of Carlos Alberto Parreira, Brazil wound up World boss in the United States. This South American country was the fifteenth World hero. Ronaldo, 17, was the most youthful individual from the Brazilian group. Romario de Souza was named the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament.

1995 During the Pan American Games in Mar del Plata, Honduras beat Brazil 1-0.

1996 During the Atlanta Olympic Games, the Japanese men’s soccer crew vanquished group Brazil, which has never won an Olympic gold award, 1-0. Japan gave an exercise of soccer…The squad South American participated in nine versions of the Summer Olympics somewhere in the range of 1952 and 1996.

1996-1997 Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima, the undisputed pioneer of the Brazilian group, was chosen the Most Valuable Player on the planet. He has vied for Brazil in the past World Cup and the last Olympic Games.

1998 Paris, France. The national squad was sprinter up at the FIFA World Cup. Like France, Argentina and Germany, Brazil was one of the top picks to win the widespread title…

2002 South Korea and Japan. The Brazilian men’s soccer squad earned the worldwide title. Amid the World Cup last, Brazil played a standout amongst the best matches of its history against Germany. The score was 2-0…

2004 Kakà, whose unique name is Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, turned into the United Nations World Food Program’s Youngest Ambassador…The Olympic Soccer Tournament occurred without Brazil.

2006 Brazil put seventh at the FIFA World Cup in Germany…Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil, made a team, with specialists of the service of remote relations, human improvement, equity, economy, the travel industry and sports, to have the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Ricardo Teixeira, leader of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), stated, “With this technique we plan to demonstrate FIFA, its leader Joseph Blatter and the entire world football network how truly the Brazilian government is attempting to make Brazil the host nation for the 2014 Championship. I trust that, with this help, the procedure of office is as of now at a propelled stage”.

2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). The neighborhood group put fifth, behind Ecuador (gold decoration), Jamaica (silver award), Mexico (bronze award) and Bolivia. In the first round, Ecuador beat Brazil 4-2…The FIFA picked Brazil to have the World Cup in 2014-30 percent of the offices are now set up.

2008 Unlike Argentina (Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008), Uruguay (Paris 1924 and Amsterdam 1928), France (Los Angeles 1984), Great Britain (Paris 1900, London 1908, Stockholm 1912), Brazil did not win the Olympic gold award… The Brazilian group is one of the top choices to meet all requirements for the World Cup in 2010. This South American squad has fit the bill for every single World Cup (1930-2006).

Alejandro Guevara Onofre: He is an independent author. Alejandro is of Italian, African and Peruvian parentage. He has distributed more than seventy-five research paper in English, and more than twenty in Spanish, concerning the world issues, olympic games, nations, and the travel industry. His next exposition is designated “The Dictator and Alicia Alonso”. He is a specialist on remote undertakings. Alejandro is the principal writer who has distributed a world-book reference book in Latin America.

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