2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
10-1-0, 1st in FIFA World Cup Qualifying - CONMEBOL
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5dAssociated Press

Brazil teammates to Neymar: Please don't quit

Neymar's Brazil teammates are hoping he will remain with the national team after next year's World Cup, despite him saying it could be his last.

Is the pressure of the Brazilian national team too much for Neymar? (1:03)
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10dAssociated Press

Brazilian footballer sacked for kicking ref in head

A Brazilian footballer was arrested and sacked by his club after kicking a referee in the head during a second-division game, authorities said.

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17dAssociated Press

Brazil great Pele leaves hospital after weeks

Brazilian legend Pele has been discharged from the hospital where he received treatment for nearly a month.

Playful Pele exercises with a ball during physiotherapy (0:35)
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23dAdriana Garcia

Brazil call up eight Prem-based players for WCQ

Brazil coach Tite has included eight Premier League-based players for next month's World Cup qualifiers at Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay.

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David Luiz joins Brazilian club Flamengo

Former Brazil centre-half David Luiz has joined Rio de Janeiro side Flamengo, the club announced on Saturday.

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37dAssociated Press

South America's Prem stars won't face FIFA ban

Premier League clubs which blocked South American players from traveling to World Cup qualifiers will be able to play them this weekend.

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37dAssociated Press

Brazil's Alves leaves Sao Paulo over money

Dani Alves will no longer be playing for Sao Paulo due to delayed salary payments owed to him, the club admitted.

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37dAdriana Garcia

Neymar demands more respect from Brazil fans

Neymar has said he doesn't get the respect he deserves from the Brazilian media and fans after breaking a new record for the national team.


Messi breaks Pele's South American goals record

Argentina's Lionel Messi has surpassed the record set by Brazil legend Pele for the most international goals scored by a South American man.

RankingsFIFA World Cup Qualifying - CONMEBOL

Goal Difference22
Goals Scored26
Goals Conceded4