The editions of the World Cup won by Brazil and those missed by the green and gold team during the history of the tournament.
Simply the most famous national football team in the world. The Brazil represents for everyone, even for non-enthusiasts, the footballing reference point worldwide.
And not only for the many top quality footballers born in the immense South American country and who have enriched the most prestigious teams, but also and above all for the number of times Seleçao has won the World Cup.
HOW MANY TIMES HAS BRAZIL WON THE WORLD CUP?
Five. In 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. No one has as many titles as the Brazilian national team. It is no coincidence that the players who wear the classic green and gold jacket are nicknamed Pentacampeões, precisely “five times champions”.
In addition, Brazil played two other finals, which however they lost: in 1950, right at home, in the famous match against Uruguay that went down in history as “Maracanazo” and in 1998 against France. In its palmares the green and gold also boast two bronze medals won in the 1978 editions.
BRAZIL NEVER OUT OF THE WORLD CUP
Brazil has taken part in all 22 editions of the World Cup that have been contested. All the others, on at least one occasion, attended the demonstration from home.
Not the Brazilians, who are the only ones to have participated in all editions of the World Cup.
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