Brazil's World Cup record

BRAZIL

IN THE

RECORD

BOOKS

A Seleção's love affair

with the FIFA World Cup

is long-standing and still healthy...


Neymar's opening goal in a 2-0 win over Mexico in the Round of 16 was Brazil's 227th at the World Cup, moving them into top spot in all-time scorers (Germany have 226)

BRAZIL'S RECORDS INCLUDE:

5

World Cup titles

(1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)


21

World Cup participations


There has, to date, never been a World Cup without Brazil competing in it.


73

Most wins by any nation


4

Times they have had the tournament top scorer. Leonidas (1938), Ademir (1950), Garrincha and Vava (1962), Ronaldo (2002).


11

Consecutive number of matches in which they won (2002-2006)

18

Consecutive matches in which they scored (1930-1958)


MARIO ZAGALLO

Was the first to ever win the World Cup as both player (1958 + 1962) and coach (1970)


EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

PELE

O Rei holds many records all by himself



He is the youngest scorer, youngest hat-trick scorer, youngest player and scorer in a Final and the only 3-time World Cup winner


Ronaldo is Brazil's all-time top scorer in the World Cup with 15 goals in 19 matches

After the Round of 16 win at Russia 2018, they now have scored 13 times against Mexico with 0 goals against in 5 World Cup matches. That equals their all-time best goal difference in the finals, with Sweden also -13 in 7 matches.

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

Brazil

have qualified for the knockout stages at every event since 1970, but they have not won it since 2002...


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