Brazil have shone at FIFA World Cups over the years and aside from being the only nation to have participated at all 20 tournaments to date - with Russia 2018 representing their 21st appearance - they are also the only country to have won the title five times. Tickets to watch this Brazil side will be in high demand and there is not many more iconic sights in international football than watching the famous yellow and blue first hand. Football Ticket Pad will have plenty of Brazil tickets listed for all of their matches in Russia so be quick and book your 2018 World Cup tickets today before they sell-out.
The legendary Pele heads a long list of Brazilian players to have taken the tournament by storm and Brazil will be looking to clinch their first World Cup triumph since 2002 where Ronaldo took the Golden Boot Award. Neymar will be looking to emulate his success this summer and write his own piece of history for Brazilian football. The Canarinho were the first side to join the hosts at Russia 2018, doing so in March 2017. They turned things around to take the CONMEBOL group by storm after a poor start, with coach Tite instrumental in their change in fortunes.
After the disappointment of coming fourth as hosts of the 2014 World Cup, Brazil are out to make amends at Russia 2018 and abolish the memories that linger from that tragic 7-1 defeat to Germany in their home World Cup in Belo Horizonte. Four years on, they have a squad bursting with talent – superstar Neymar is the poster boy but they also have a appealing blend of quality, youth and experience needed to recover their identity and standing.
Brazil became the first nation to achieve qualification for World Cup 2018 after a campaign of two halves. After faltering under previous coach Dunga, the arrival of Tite in June 2016 saw the five-time world champions completely transformed as they went on to win eight consecutive matches and secure their berth in Russia. Brazil ended qualifying with twelve wins from their eighteen matches, with five draws and one defeat - a 2-0 loss to Chile in Ocotber 2015 - to finish ten points clear of Uruguay in second place.