Brazil national football team competitive record

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The Brazil national football team has a long competitive record in playing association football.

Contents

Competitive record[edit]

Copa América/South American Championship
Total: 8 Titles
Year Position Year Position Year Position
Argentina 1916 Third place Peru 1939 Withdrew Uruguay 1967 Withdrew
Uruguay 1917 Third place Chile 1941 Withdrew 1975 Semi-finals
Brazil 1919 Champions Uruguay 1942 Third place 1979 Semi-finals
Chile 1920 Third place Chile 1945 Second place 1983 Second place
Argentina 1921 Second place Argentina 1946 Second place Argentina 1987 Round 1
Brazil 1922 Champions Ecuador 1947 Withdrew Brazil 1989 Champions
Uruguay 1923 Fourth place Brazil 1949 Champions Chile 1991 Second place
Uruguay 1924 Withdrew Peru 1953 Second place Ecuador 1993 Quarter-finals
Argentina 1925 Second place Chile 1955 Withdrew Uruguay 1995 Second place
Chile 1926 Withdrew Uruguay 1956 Fourth place Bolivia 1997 Champions
Peru 1927 Withdrew Peru 1957 Second place Paraguay 1999 Champions
Argentina 1929 Withdrew Argentina 1959 Second place Colombia 2001 Quarter-finals
Peru 1935 Withdrew Ecuador 1959 Third place Peru 2004 Champions
Argentina 1937 Second place Bolivia 1963 Fourth place Venezuela 2007 Champions
World Cup matches (By team)
Total: 97 games played – 67 Wins – 15 Draws – 15 Losses
Against W D L Tot Against W D L Tot Against W D L Tot
 Sweden 5 2 0 7  Peru 2 0 0 2  Germany 1 0 0 1
 Czechoslovakia 3 2 0 5  Austria 2 0 0 2  Ghana 1 0 0 1
 Spain 3 1 1 5  Soviet Union 2 0 0 2  Japan 1 0 0 1
 Italy 2 1 2 5  Uruguay 1 0 1 2  Morocco 1 0 0 1
 England 3 1 0 4  Hungary 0 0 2 2  Northern Ireland 1 0 0 1
 Scotland 3 1 0 4  Algeria 1 0 0 1  New Zealand 1 0 0 1
 Poland 3 0 1 4  Australia 1 0 0 1  Romania 1 0 0 1
 Argentina 2 1 1 4  Belgium 1 0 0 1  Russia 1 0 0 1
 Yugoslavia 1 2 1 4  Bolivia 1 0 0 1  United States 1 0 0 1
 France 1 1 2 4  Bulgaria 1 0 0 1  Wales 1 0 0 1
 Netherlands 1 1 2 4  Cameroon 1 0 0 1   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
 Mexico 3 0 0 3  China PR 1 0 0 1  Zaire 1 0 0 1
 Chile 3 0 0 3  Denmark 1 0 0 1  Norway 0 0 1 1
 Turkey 2 0 0 2  Croatia 1 0 0 1  North Korea 1 0 0 1
 Costa Rica 2 0 0 2  East Germany 1 0 0 1  Ivory Coast 1 0 0 1
 Portugal 0 1 1 2

Below is a list of all matches Brazil have played against FIFA recognised teams[2] Updated as 4 July 2014.

Opponent Played Won Drawn Lost Goals for Goals against  % Won
 Argentina 95 35 24 36 145 151 36.8%
 Paraguay 74 45 19 10 163 63 60.8%
 Uruguay 71 33 19 19 127 91 46.5%
 Chile 69 48 14 7 163 59 72.3%
 Peru 39 27 9 3 83 27 69.2%
 Mexico 39 22 7 10 71 36 55%
 Ecuador 28 23 3 2 88 22 82.1%
 Bolivia 27 19 3 5 91 25 69.2%
 Colombia 26 16 8 2 57 12 62.5%
 England 25 11 10 4 34 23 45.83%
 Venezuela 22 18 3 1 82 6 81.81%
 Germany 21 12 5 4 39 24 57.1%
 Portugal 20 13 3 4 39 16 65.0%
 United States 18 17 0 1 37 11 94.4%
 Yugoslavia 18 9 7 2 36 23 50.0%
 Czechoslovakia 16 9 5 2 27 14 56.2%
 Czech Republic[3] 17 10 5 2 29 14 55-60%
 France 16 6 5 5 24 21 33.3%
 Italy 16 8 3 5 30 23 50.00%
 Sweden 15 10 3 2 35 17 65-70%
 Netherlands 11 3 5 3 15 15 27.2%
 Russia[4] 11 8 3 0 23 7 +70%
 Poland 12 9 2 1 37 19 75.0%
 Wales 10 8 1 1 20 5 80.0%
 Scotland 10 8 2 0 16 3 80.0%
 Japan 10 8 2 0 27 4 80.0%
 Costa Rica 9 8 0 1 31 9 88.9%
 Bulgaria 9 8 1 0 19 2 88.9%
 Spain 9 5 2 2 14 8 55.5%
 Austria 8 5 3 0 12 4 62.5%
  Switzerland 8 3 3 2 10 7 37.5%
 Australia 7 5 1 1 17 1 71.4%
 Soviet Union 6 5 1 0 13 5 +70%
 Egypt 6 6 0 0 18 4 100.0%
 Honduras 6 4 1 1 21 6 66.6%
 Republic of Ireland 6 4 1 1 12 2 66.6%
 South Africa 5 5 0 0 12 3 100.0%
 Romania 5 4 1 0 9 4 80.0%
 South Korea 5 4 0 1 8 4 80.0%
 Cameroon 5 4 0 1 11 2 +75.0%
 Turkey 5 3 2 0 6 3 60.0%
 Hungary 5 1 1 3 7 11 20%
 Saudi Arabia 4 4 0 0 16 3 100.0%
 Algeria 4 4 0 0 8 0 100.0%
 Ghana 4 4 0 0 13 2 100.0%
 East Germany 4 3 1 0 10 4 75.0%
 Norway 4 0 2 2 5 8 0.0%
 Belgium 4 3 0 1 10 6 75.0%
 Denmark 4 3 0 1 10 10 66.7%
 Canada 4 2 2 0 8 4 50.0%
 Croatia 4 2 2 0 6 3 50.0%
 Israel 3 3 0 0 11 1 100.0%
 New Zealand 3 3 0 0 10 0 100.0%
 Panama 3 3 0 0 14 0 100.0%
 Finland 3 3 0 0 9 3 100.0%
 China PR 3 2 1 0 12 0 66.6%
 Jamaica 3 2 1 0 2 0 66.7%
 Haiti 2 2 0 0 10 0 100.0%
 Iceland 2 2 0 0 9 1 100.0%
 El Salvador 2 2 0 0 8 0 100.0%
 Morocco 2 2 0 0 5 0 100.0%
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 2 0 0 3 1 100.0%
 Guatemala 2 1 1 0 4 1 50.0%
 Greece 2 1 1 0 3 0 50.0%
 United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 0 8 0 100.0%
 Thailand 1 1 0 0 7 0 100.0%
 Hong Kong 1 1 0 0 7 1 100.0%
 Iraq 1 1 0 0 6 0 100.0%
 Slovakia 1 1 0 0 5 0 100.0%
 Malaysia 1 1 0 0 4 0 100.0%
 Tunisia 1 1 0 0 4 1 100.0%
 Andorra 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Latvia 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Nigeria 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Northern Ireland 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Zaire 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Lithuania 1 1 0 0 3 1 100.0%
 Ireland 1 1 0 0 4 3 100.0%
 Nicaragua 1 1 0 0 14 0 100.0%
 Estonia 1 1 0 0 1 0 100.0%
 Oman 1 1 0 0 2 0 100.0%
 Zimbabwe 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Tanzania 1 1 0 0 5 1 100.0%
 North Korea 1 1 0 0 2 1 100.0%
 Ivory Coast 1 1 0 0 3 1 100.0%
 Iran 1 1 0 0 3 0 100.0%
 Ukraine 1 1 0 0 2 0 100.0%
 Gabon 1 1 0 0 2 0 100.0%
 Zambia 1 1 0 0 2 0 100.0%

Matches[edit]

FIFA World Cup[edit]

Uruguay 1930[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
14 July 1930 Group 2 Estadio Gran Parque Central, Montevideo  Yugoslavia 1–2 Preguinho Goal 62'
20 July 1930 Group 2 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Bolivia 4–0 Moderato Goal 37'73'
Preguinho Goal 57'83'
Second in group, eliminated

Italy 1934[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
27 May 1934 First round Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa  Spain 1–3 Leônidas Goal 55'

France 1938[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
5 June 1938 First round Stade de la Meinau, Strasbourg  Poland 6–5 (a.e.t.) Leônidas Goal 18'93'104'
Romeu Goal 25'
Perácio Goal 44'71'
12 June 1938 Quarter-finals Parc Lescure, Bordeaux  Czechoslovakia 1–1 (a.e.t.) Leônidas Goal 30'
Machado Red card 14'
Zezé Procópio Red card 89'
14 June 1938 Quarter-finals Replay Parc Lescure, Bordeaux  Czechoslovakia 2–1 Leônidas Goal 57'
Roberto Goal 62'
16 June 1938 Semi-finals Stade Vélodrome, Marseille  Italy 1–2 Romeu Goal 87'
19 June 1938 Third-Place Match Parc Lescure, Bordeaux  Sweden 4–2 Romeu Goal 44'
Leônidas Goal 63'74'
Perácio Goal 80'

Brazil 1950[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
24 June 1950 Group 1 Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Mexico 4–0 Ademir Goal 30'79'
Jair Goal 65'
Baltazar Goal 71'
28 June 1950 Group 1 Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo   Switzerland 2–2 Alfredo Goal 3'
Baltazar Goal 32'
1 July 1950 Group 1 Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Yugoslavia 2–0 Ademir Goal 3'
Zizinho Goal 69'
First in group, progressed
9 July 1950 Final Round Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Sweden 7–1 Ademir Goal 17'37'51'59'
Chico Goal 39'87'
Maneca Goal 85'
13 July 1950 Final Round Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Spain 6–1 Ademir Goal 15'57'
Jair Goal 21'
Chico Goal 29'55'
Zizinho Goal 74'
16 July 1950 Final Round Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Uruguay 1–2 Friaça Goal 47'
Second in group, runners-up

Switzerland 1954[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
16 June 1954 Group 1 Charmilles Stadium, Geneva  Mexico 5–0 Baltazar Goal 23'
Didi Goal 30'
Pinga Goal 34'43'
Julinho Goal 69'
19 June 1954 Group 1 Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne  Yugoslavia 1–1 (a.e.t) Didi Goal 69'
First in group, progressed
27 June 1954 Quarter-finals Wankdorf Stadium, Bern  Hungary 2–4 Djalma Santos Goal 18' (pen.)
Julinho Goal 65'
Nílton Santos Red card 71'
Humberto Red card 79'

Sweden 1958[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
8 June 1958 Group 4 Rimnersvallen, Uddevalla  Austria 3–0 Mazzola Goal 37'85'
Nílton Santos Goal 50'
11 June 1958 Group 4 Ullevi, Gothenburg  England 0–0
15 June 1958 Group 4 Ullevi, Gothenburg  Soviet Union 2–0 Vavá Goal 3'77'
First in group, progressed
19 June 1958 Quarter-finals Ullevi, Gothenburg  Wales 1–0 Pelé Goal 66'
24 June 1958 Semi-finals Råsunda Stadium, Solna  France 5–2 Vavá Goal 2'
Didi Goal 39'
Pelé Goal 52'64'75'
29 June 1958 Final Råsunda Stadium, Solna  Sweden 5–2 Vavá Goal 9'32'
Pelé Goal 55'90'
Zagallo Goal 68'

Chile 1962[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
30 May 1962 Group 3 Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Mexico 2–0 Zagallo Goal 56'
Pelé Goal 73'
2 June 1962 Group 3 Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Czechoslovakia 0–0
6 June 1962 Group 3 Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Spain 2–1 Amarildo Goal 72'86'
First in group, progressed
10 June 1962 Quarter-finals Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  England 3–1 Garrincha Goal 31'59'
Vavá Goal 53'
13 June 1962 Semi-finals Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Chile 4–2 Garrincha Goal 9'32', Red card 83'
Vavá Goal 47'78'
17 June 1962 Final Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Czechoslovakia 3–1 Amarildo Goal 17'
Zito Goal 69'
Vavá Goal 78'

England 1966[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
12 July 1966 Group 3 Goodison Park, Liverpool  Bulgaria 2–0 Pelé Goal 15'
Garrincha Goal 63'
15 July 1966 Group 3 Goodison Park, Liverpool  Hungary 1–3 Tostão Goal 14'
19 July 1966 Group 3 Goodison Park, Liverpool  Portugal 1–3 Rildo Goal 70'
Third in group, eliminated

Mexico 1970[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
3 June 1970 Group 3 Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Czechoslovakia 4–1 Rivelino Goal 24'
Pelé Goal 59'
Jairzinho Goal 61'81'
7 June 1970 Group 3 Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  England 1–0 Jairzinho Goal 59'
10 June 1970 Group 3 Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Romania 3–2 Pelé Goal 19'67'
Jairzinho Goal 22'
First in group, progressed
14 June 1970 Quarter-finals Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Peru 4–2 Rivelino Goal 11'
Tostão Goal 15'52'
Jairzinho Goal 75'
17 June 1970 Semi-finals Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Uruguay 3–1 Clodoaldo Goal 44'
Jairzinho Goal 76'
Rivelino Goal 89'
21 June 1970 Final Estadio Azteca, Mexico City  Italy 4–1 Pelé Goal 18'
Gérson Goal 66'
Jairzinho Goal 71'
Carlos Alberto Goal 86'

West Germany 1974[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
13 June 1974 Group 2 Waldstadion, Frankfurt  Yugoslavia 0–0
18 June 1974 Group 2 Waldstadion, Frankfurt  Scotland 0–0
22 June 1974 Group 2 Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen  Zaire 3–0 Jairzinho Goal 12'
Rivelino Goal 66'
Valdomiro Goal 79'
Second in group, progressed
26 June 1974 Group A Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover  East Germany 1–0 Rivelino Goal 60'
30 June 1974 Group A Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover  Argentina 2–1 Rivelino Goal 32'
Jairzinho Goal 49'
3 July 1974 Group A Westfalenstadion, Dortmund  Netherlands 0–2 Luís Pereira Red card 84'
Second in group, progressed
6 July 1974 Third-Place Match Olympiastadion, Munich  Poland 0–1

Argentina 1978[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
3 June 1978 Group 3 Estadio José María Minella, Mar del Plata  Sweden 1–1 Reinaldo Goal 45'
7 June 1978 Group 3 Estadio José María Minella, Mar del Plata  Spain 0–0
11 June 1978 Group 3 Estadio José María Minella, Mar del Plata  Austria 1–0 Roberto Dinamite Goal 40'
Second in group, progressed
14 June 1978 Group B Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza, Mendoza  Peru 3–0 Dirceu Goal 15'27'
Zico Goal 72' (pen.)
18 June 1978 Group B Estadio Gigante de Arroyito, Rosario  Argentina 0–0
21 June 1978 Group B Estadio Ciudad de Mendoza, Mendoza  Poland 3–1 Nelinho Goal 13'
Roberto Dinamite Goal 58'63'
Second in group, progressed
24 June 1978 Third place match Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires  Italy 2–1 Nelinho Goal 64'
Dirceu Goal 71'

Spain 1982[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
14 June 1982 Group 6 Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Seville  Soviet Union 2–1 Sócrates Goal 75'
Éder Goal 87'
18 June 1982 Group 6 Estadio Benito Villamarín, Seville  Scotland 4–1 Zico Goal 33'
Oscar Goal 49'
Éder Goal 65'
Falcão Goal 87'
23 June 1982 Group 6 Estadio Benito Villamarin, Seville  New Zealand 4–0 Zico Goal 28'31'
Falcão Goal 55'
Serginho Goal 69'
First in group, progressed
2 July 1982 Group C Estadio Sarriá, Barcelona  Argentina 3–1 Zico Goal 11'
Serginho Goal 66'
Júnior Goal 75'
5 July 1982 Group C Estadio Sarriá, Barcelona  Italy 2–3 Sócrates Goal 12'
Falcão Goal 68'
Second in group, eliminated

Mexico 1986[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
1 June 1986 Group D Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Spain 1–0 Sócrates Goal 62'
6 June 1986 Group D Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Algeria 1–0 Careca Goal 66'
12 June 1986 Group D Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Northern Ireland 3–0 Careca Goal 15'87'
Josimar Goal 42'
First in group, progressed
16 June 1986 Round of 16 Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Poland 4–0 Sócrates Goal 30' (pen.)
Josimar Goal 55'
Edinho Goal 79'
Careca Goal 83' (pen.)
21 June 1986 Quarter-finals Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  France 1–1 (a.e.t.)
Penalties
3–4
Careca Goal 17'
Penalties
Sócrates Penalty missed
Alemão Penalty scored
Zico Penalty scored
Branco Penalty scored
Júlio César Penalty missed

Italy 1990[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
10 June 1990 Group C Stadio delle Alpi, Turin  Sweden 2–1 Careca Goal 40'63'
16 June 1990 Group C Stadio delle Alpi, Turin  Costa Rica 1–0 Müller Goal 33'
20 June 1990 Group C Stadio delle Alpi, Turin  Scotland 1–0 Müller Goal 82'
First in group, progressed
24 June 1990 Round of 16 Stadio delle Alpi, Turin  Argentina 0–1 Ricardo Gomes Red card 85'

United States 1994[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
20 June 1994 Group B Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto  Russia 2–0 Romário Goal 26'
Raí Goal 52' (pen.)
24 June 1994 Group B Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto  Cameroon 3–0 Romário Goal 39'
Márcio Santos Goal 66'
Bebeto Goal 73'
28 June 1994 Group B Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac  Sweden 1–1 Romário Goal 46'
First in group, progressed
4 July 1994 Round of 16 Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto  United States 1–0 Bebeto Goal 72'
Leonardo Red card 43'
9 July 1994 Quarter-finals Cotton Bowl, Dallas  Netherlands 3–2 Romário Goal 53'
Bebeto Goal 63'
Branco Goal 81'
13 July 1994 Semi-finals Rose Bowl, Pasadena  Sweden 1–0 Romário Goal 80'
17 July 1994 Final Rose Bowl, Pasadena  Italy 0–0 (a.e.t.)
Penalties
3–2
Penalties
Márcio Santos Penalty missed
Romário Penalty scored
Branco Penalty scored
Dunga Penalty scored

France 1998[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
10 June 1998 Group A Stade de France, Saint-Denis  Scotland 2–1 César Sampaio Goal 4'
Boyd Goal 73' (o.g.)
16 June 1998 Group A Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes  Morocco 3–0 Ronaldo Goal 9'
Rivaldo Goal 45+2'
Bebeto Goal 50'
23 June 1998 Group A Stade Vélodrome, Marseille  Norway 1–2 Bebeto Goal 78'
First in group, progressed
27 June 1998 Round of 16 Parc des Princes, Paris  Chile 4–1 César Sampaio Goal 11'27'
Ronaldo Goal 45+1' (pen.)70'
3 July 1998 Quarter-finals Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes  Denmark 3–2 Bebeto Goal 11'
Rivaldo Goal 27'60'
7 July 1998 Semi-finals Stade Vélodrome, Marseille  Netherlands 1–1 (a.e.t.)
Penalties
4–2
Ronaldo Goal 46'
Penalties
Ronaldo Penalty scored
Rivaldo Penalty scored
Emerson Penalty scored
Dunga Penalty scored
12 July 1998 Final Stade de France, Saint-Denis  France 0–3

Korea/Japan 2002[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
3 June 2002 Group C Munsu Cup Stadium, Ulsan  Turkey 2–1 Ronaldo Goal 50'
Rivaldo Goal 87'
8 June 2002 Group C Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seogwipo  China PR 4–0 Roberto Carlos Goal 15'
Rivaldo Goal 32'
Ronaldinho Goal 45' (pen.)
Ronaldo Goal 55'
13 June 2002 Group C Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon  Costa Rica 5–2 Ronaldo Goal 10'13'
Edmílson Goal 38'
Rivaldo Goal 62'
Júnior Goal 64'
First in group, progressed
17 June 2002 Round of 16 Kobe Wing Stadium, Kobe  Belgium 2–0 Rivaldo Goal 67'
Ronaldo Goal 87'
21 June 2002 Quarter-finals Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka  England 2–1 Rivaldo Goal 45+2'
Ronaldinho Goal 50', Red card 57'
26 June 2002 Semi-finals Saitama Stadium, Saitama  Turkey 1–0 Ronaldo Goal 49'
30 June 2002 Final International Stadium, Yokohama  Germany 2–0 Ronaldo Goal 67'79'

Germany 2006[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
13 June 2006 Group F Olympiastadion, Berlin  Croatia 1–0 Kaká Goal 44'
18 June 2006 Group F FIFA WM Stadion München, Munich  Australia 2–0 Adriano Goal 49'
Fred Goal 90'
22 June 2006 Group F FIFA WM Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund  Japan 4–1 Ronaldo Goal 45+1'81'
Juninho Goal 53'
Gilberto Goal 59'
First in group, progressed
27 June 2006 Round of 16 FIFA WM Stadion Dortmund, Dortmund  Ghana 3–0 Ronaldo Goal 5'
Adriano Goal 45+1'
Zé Roberto Goal 84'
1 July 2006 Quarter-finals FIFA WM-Stadion Frankfurt, Frankfurt  France 0–1

South Africa 2010[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
15 June 2010 Group G Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  North Korea 2–1 Maicon Goal 55'
Elano Goal 72'
20 June 2010 Group G Soccer City, Johannesburg  Ivory Coast 3–1 Luís Fabiano Goal 25'50'
Elano Goal 62'
Kaká Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 85', 88'
25 June 2010 Group G Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban  Portugal 0–0
First in group, progressed
28 June 2010 Round of 16 Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg  Chile 3–0 Juan Goal 35'
Luís Fabiano Goal 38'
Robinho Goal 59'
2 July 2010 Quarter-finals Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth Netherlands Netherlands 1–2 Robinho Goal 10'
Felipe Melo Red card 73'

FIFA Confederations Cup[edit]

Saudi Arabia 1997[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
12 December 1997 Group A King Fahd II Stadium, Riyadh  Saudi Arabia 3–0 César Sampaio Goal 65'
Romário Goal 73'80'
14 December 1997 Group A King Fahd II Stadium, Riyadh  Australia 0–0
16 December 1997 Group A King Fahd II Stadium, Riyadh  Mexico 3–2 Romário Goal 41' (pen.)
Denílson Goal 61'
Júnior Baiano Goal 66'
First in group, progressed
19 December 1997 Semi-finals King Fahd II Stadium, Riyadh  Czech Republic 2–0 Romário Goal 54'
Ronaldo Goal 83'
21 December 1997 Final King Fahd II Stadium, Riyadh  Australia 6–0 Ronaldo Goal 15'27'59' (pen.)
Romário Goal 38'53'75'

Mexico 1999[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
24 July 1999 Group B Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Germany 4–0 Zé Roberto Goal 62'
Ronaldinho Goal 72' (pen.)
Alex Goal 86'87'
28 July 1999 Group B Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  United States 1–0 Ronaldinho Goal 13'
30 July 1999 Group B Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  New Zealand 2–0 Marcos Paulo Goal 45+2'
Ronaldinho Goal 88'
First in group, progressed
1 August 1999 Semi-finals Estadio Jalisco, Guadalajara  Saudi Arabia 8–2 João Carlos Goal 8'
Ronaldinho Goal 11'65'90+2'
Zé Roberto Goal 33'
Alex Goal 36'86'
Roni Goal 62'
4 August 1999 Final Estadio Azteca, Mexico City  Mexico 3–4 Serginho Goal 43' (pen.)
Roni Goal 47'
Zé Roberto Goal 63'
João Carlos Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 46', 90+2'

Korea/Japan 2001[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
31 May 2001 Group B Japan Kashima Soccer Stadium, Ibaraki  Cameroon 2–0 Washington Goal 53'
Miguel Goal 57'
2 June 2001 Group B Japan Kashima Soccer Stadium, Ibaraki  Canada 0–0
4 June 2001 Group B Japan Kashima Soccer Stadium, Ibaraki  Japan 0–0
Second in group, progressed
7 June 2001 Semi-finals KoreaSuwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon  France 1–2 Ramon Goal 30'
9 June 2001 Third place play-off KoreaMunsu Cup Stadium, Ulsan  Australia 0–1

France 2003[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
19 June 2003 Group B Stade de France, Saint-Denis  Cameroon 0–1
21 June 2003 Group B Stade de Gerland, Lyon  United States 1–0 Adriano Goal 22'
23 June 2003 Group B Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Étienne  Turkey 2–2 Adriano Goal 23'
Alex Goal 90+3'
Ronaldinho Yellow cardYellow cardRed card 75', 90+3'
Third in group, eliminated

Germany 2005[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
16 June 2005 Group B Zentralstadion, Leipzig  Greece 3–0 Adriano Goal 41'
Robinho Goal 46'
Juninho Goal 81'
19 June 2005 Group B AWD-Arena, Hanover  Mexico 0–1
22 June 2005 Group B RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne  Japan 2–2 Robinho Goal 10'
Ronaldinho Goal 32'
Second in group, progressed
25 June 2005 Semi-finals Frankenstadion, Nuremberg  Germany 3–2 Adriano Goal 21'76'
Ronaldinho Goal 43' (pen.)
29 June 2005 Final Waldstadion, Frankfurt  Argentina 4–1 Adriano Goal 11'63'
Kaká Goal 16'
Ronaldinho Goal 47'

South Africa 2009[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
15 June 2009 Group B Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein  Egypt 4–3 Kaká Goal 5'90' (pen.)
Luís Fabiano Goal 12'
Juan Goal 37'
18 June 2009 Group B Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria  United States 3–0 Felipe Melo Goal 7'
Robinho Goal 20'
Maicon Goal 62'
21 June 2009 Group B Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria  Italy 3–0 Luís Fabiano Goal 37'43'
Dossena Goal 45' (o.g.)
First in group, progressed
25 June 2009 Semi-finals Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg  South Africa 1–0 Daniel Alves Goal 88'
28 June 2009 Final Coca-Cola Park, Johannesburg  United States 3–2 Luís Fabiano Goal 46'74'
Lúcio Goal 84'

Brazil 2013[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
15 June 2013 Group A Estádio Nacional, Brasília  Japan 3–0 Neymar Goal 3'
Paulinho Goal 48'
Goal 90+3'
19 June 2013 Group A Estádio Castelão, Fortaleza  Mexico 2–0 Neymar Goal 9'
Goal 90+3'
22 June 2013 Group A Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador  Italy 4–2 Dante Goal 45+1'
Neymar Goal 55'
Fred Goal 66'89'
First in group, progressed
26 June 2013 Semi-finals Estádio Mineirão, Belo Horizonte  Uruguay 2–1 Fred Goal 41'
Paulinho Goal 86'
30 June 2013 Final Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Spain 3–0 Fred Goal 2'47'
Neymar Goal 44'

Copa América/South American Championship[edit]

Argentina 1916[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
8 July 1916 Final round Estadio G.E.B.A., Buenos Aires  Chile 1–1 Demósthenes Goal 29'
10 July 1916 Final round Estadio G.E.B.A., Buenos Aires  Argentina 1–1 Alencar Goal 23'
12 July 1916 Final round Estadio G.E.B.A., Buenos Aires  Uruguay 1–2 Friedenreich Goal 8'
Third in group, third place

Uruguay 1917[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
3 October 1917 Final round Parque Pereira, Montevideo  Argentina 2–4 Neco Goal 8'
Lagreca Goal 39' (pen.)
7 October 1917 Final round Parque Pereira, Montevideo  Uruguay 0–4
12 October 1917 Final round Parque Pereira, Montevideo  Chile 5–0 Caetano Goal 21'
Neco Goal 23'
Haroldo Goal 26'59'
Amílcar Goal 41'
Third in group, third place

Brazil 1919[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
11 May 1919 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Chile 6–0 Friedenreich Goal 19'38'76'
Neco Goal 21'83'
Haroldo Goal 79'
18 May 1919 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Argentina 3–1 Héitor Goal 22'
Amílcar Goal 57'
Millón Goal 77'
26 May 1919 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Uruguay 2–2 Neco Goal 29'63'
First in group, progressed
29 May 1919 Final round Playoff Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Uruguay 1–0 (a.e.t.) Friedenreich Goal 122'

Chile 1920[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
11 September 1920 Final round Estadio Valparaíso Sporting Club, Viña del Mar  Chile 1–0 Alvariza Goal 53'
18 September 1920 Final round Estadio Valparaíso Sporting Club, Viña del Mar  Uruguay 0–6
25 September 1920 Final round Estadio Valparaíso Sporting Club, Viña del Mar  Argentina 0–2
Third in group, third place

Argentina 1921[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
2 October 1921 Final round Sportivo Barracas Stadium, Buenos Aires  Argentina 0–1
12 October 1921 Final round Sportivo Barracas Stadium, Buenos Aires  Paraguay 3–0 Machado Goal 21'44'
Candiota Goal 46'
23 October 1921 Final round Sportivo Barracas Stadium, Buenos Aires  Uruguay 1–2 Zezé I Goal 53'
Second in group, runners-up

Brazil 1922[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
17 September 1922 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Chile 1–1 Tatú Goal 9'
24 September 1922 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Paraguay 1–1 Amílcar Goal 14'
1 October 1922 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Uruguay 0–0
15 October 1922 Final round Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Argentina 2–0 Neco Goal 42'
Amílcar Goal 86' (pen.)
First in group, progressed
22 October 1922 Final round Playoff Estadio das Laranjeiras, Rio de Janeiro  Paraguay 3–0 Neco Goal 11'
Formiga Goal 48'89'

Uruguay 1923[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
11 November 1923 Final round Parque Central, Montevideo  Paraguay 0–1
18 November 1923 Final round Parque Central, Montevideo  Argentina 1–2 Nilo Goal 15'
25 November 1923 Final round Parque Central, Montevideo  Uruguay 1–2 Nilo Goal 59'
Fourth in group, fourth place

Argentina 1925[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
6 December 1925 Final round Sportivo Barracas Stadium, Buenos Aires  Paraguay 5–2 Moderato Goal 16'
Friedenreich Goal 21'
Lagarto Goal 42'47'
Nilo Goal 72'
13 December 1925 Final round Sportivo Barracas Stadium, Buenos Aires  Argentina 1–4 Nilo Goal 22'
17 December 1925 Final round Estadio Ministro Brin y Senguel, Buenos Aires  Paraguay 3–1 Nilo Goal 30'
Lagarto Goal 57'61'
25 December 1925 Final round Estadio Ministro Brin y Senguel, Buenos Aires  Argentina 2–2 Friedenreich Goal 27'
Nilo Goal 30'
Second in group, runners-up

Argentina 1937[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
27 December 1936 Final round Estadio Gasómetro, Buenos Aires  Peru 3–2 Roberto Goal 7'
Afonsinho Goal 30'
Niginho Goal 57'
3 January 1937 Final round Estadio Camilo Cichero, Buenos Aires  Chile 6–4 Patesko Goal 2'26'
Carvalho Leite Goal 6'
Luizinho Goal 35'40'
Roberto Goal 68'
13 January 1937 Final round Estadio Gasómetro, Buenos Aires  Paraguay 5–0 Patesko Goal 31'67'
Luizinho Goal 42'51'
Carvalho Leite Goal 59'
19 January 1937 Final round Estadio Gasómetro, Buenos Aires  Uruguay 3–2 Carvalho Leite Goal 36'
Bahia Goal 72'
Niginho Goal 77'
30 January 1937 Final round Estadio Gasómetro, Buenos Aires  Argentina 0–1
First in group, progressed
1 February 1937 Final round Playoff Estadio Gasómetro, Buenos Aires  Argentina 0–2 (a.e.t.)

Uruguay 1942[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
14 January 1942 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Chile 6–1 Patesko Goal 1'78'
Pirillo Goal 23'63'86'
Cláudio Goal 66'
17 January 1942 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Argentina 1–2 Servílio Goal 37'
21 January 1942 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Peru 2–1 Amorim Goal 43'56'
24 January 1942 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Uruguay 0–1
31 January 1942 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Ecuador 5–1 Tim Goal 10'
Pirillo Goal 12'29'76'
Zizinho Goal 60'
5 February 1942 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Paraguay 1–1 Zizinho Goal 5'
Third in group, third place

Chile 1945[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
18 January 1945 Final round Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Colombia 3–0 Jorginho Goal 13'
Heleno Goal 15'
de Almeida Goal 38'
28 January 1945 Final round Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Bolivia 2–0 Ademir Goal 48'
Tesourinha Goal 80'
7 February 1945 Final round Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Uruguay 3–0 Heleno Goal 8'32'
Rui Goal 20'
15 February 1945 Final round Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Argentina 1–3 Ademir Goal 32'
21 February 1945 Final round Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Ecuador 9–2 Ademir Goal 3'10'75'
Heleno Goal 22'28'
Zizinho Goal 40'65'
Jair Goal 67'68'
28 February 1945 Final round Estadio Nacional, Santiago  Chile 1–0 Heleno Goal 20'
Second in group, runners-up

Argentina 1946[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
16 January 1946 Final round Gasómetro de Boedo, Buenos Aires  Bolivia 3–0 Heleno Goal 47'78'
Zizinho Goal 65'
23 January 1946 Final round Gasómetro de Boedo, Buenos Aires  Uruguay 4–3 Jair Goal 1'16'
Heleno Goal 39'
Chico Goal 44'
29 January 1945 Final round Estadio Independiente, Avellaneda  Paraguay 1–1 Norival Goal 63'
2 February 1946 Final round Gasómetro de Boedo, Buenos Aires  Chile 5–1 Zizinho Goal 4'41'46'71'
Chico Goal 89'
10 February 1946 Final round Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires  Argentina 0–2
Second in group, runners-up

Brazil 1949[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
3 April 1949 Final round Estádio São Januário, Rio de Janeiro  Ecuador 9–1 Tesourinha Goal 3'42'
Octavio Goal 10'
Jair Goal 13'35'
Simão Goal 16'25'
Zizinho Goal 67'
Ademir Goal 88'
10 April 1949 Final round Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo  Bolivia 10–1 Nininho Goal 16'39'86'
Jair Goal 17'
Zizinho Goal 25'80'
Cláudio Goal 49'84'
Simão Goal 71'79'
13 April 1949 Final round Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo  Chile 2–1 Zizinho Goal 20'
Cláudio Goal 49' (pen.)
17 April 1949 Final round Estádio do Pacaembu, São Paulo  Colombia 5–0 Tesourinha Goal 20'
Canhotinho Goal 24' (pen.)
Orlando Goal 44'
Ademir Goal 47'87'
24 April 1949 Final round Estádio São Januário, Rio de Janeiro  Peru 7–1 Arce Goal 11' (o.g.)
Augusto Goal 15'
Jair Goal 17'20'
Simão Goal 54'
Ademir Goal 82'
Orlando Goal 88'
Zizinho Red card 40'
30 April 1949 Final round Estádio São Januário, Rio de Janeiro  Uruguay 5–1 Jair Goal 15'40' (pen.)
Zizinho Goal 24'
Danilo Alvim Goal 79'
Tesourinha Goal 89' (pen.)
8 May 1949 Final round Estádio São Januário, Rio de Janeiro  Paraguay 1–2 Tesourinha Goal 33'
First in group, progressed
11 May 1949 Final round Playoff Estádio São Januário, Rio de Janeiro  Paraguay 7–0 Ademir Goal 17'27'48'
Tesourinha Goal 43'70'
Jair Goal 72'89'

Peru 1953[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
1 March 1953 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Bolivia 8–1 Julinho Goal 18'20'42'52'
Rodrigues Goal 25'44'
Pinga Goal 39'60'
12 March 1953 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Ecuador 2–0 Ademir Goal 18'
Cláudio Goal 55'
15 March 1953 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Uruguay 1–0 Ipojucan Goal 87'
19 March 1953 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Peru 0–1
23 March 1953 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Chile 3–2 Julinho Goal 1'
Zizinho Goal 53'
Baltazar Goal 70'
27 March 1953 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Paraguay 1–2 Nílton Santos Goal 12'
Second in group, progressed
1 April 1953 Final round Playoff Estadio Nacional, Lima  Paraguay 2–3 Baltazar Goal 56'65'

Uruguay 1956[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
24 January 1956 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Chile 1–4 Maurinho Goal 38'
29 January 1956 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Paraguay 0–0
1 February 1956 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Peru 2–1 Alvaro Goal 10'
Zezinho Goal 80'
5 February 1956 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Argentina 1–0 Luizinho Goal 88'
10 February 1956 Final round Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Uruguay 0–0
Fourth in group, fourth place

Peru 1957[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
13 March 1957 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Chile 4–2 Didì Goal 20'26'44'
Pepe Goal 46'
21 March 1957 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Ecuador 7–1 Evaristo Goal 22'89'
Pepe Goal 25'
Zizinho Goal 34' (pen.)
Joel Goal 43'68'
Didì Goal 78'
24 March 1957 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Colombia 9–0 Pepe Goal 27'
Evaristo Goal 41'44'45'75'86'
Didì Goal 50'60'
Zizinho Goal 85'
28 March 1957 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Uruguay 2–3 Evaristo Goal 68'
Didì Goal 70'
31 March 1957 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Peru 1–0 Didì Goal 73'
3 April 1957 Final round Estadio Nacional, Lima  Argentina 0–3
Second in group, runners-up

Argentina 1959[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
10 March 1959 Final round Monumental de Nuñez, Buenos Aires  Peru 2–2 Didì Goal 24'
Pelé Goal 48'
15 March 1959 Final round Monumental de Nuñez, Buenos Aires  Chile 3–0 Pelé Goal 43'45'
Didì Goal 89'
21 March 1959 Final round Monumental de Nuñez, Buenos Aires  Bolivia 4–2 Pelé Goal 16'
Paulo Valentim Goal 18'26'
Didì Goal 89'
26 March 1959 Final round Monumental de Nuñez, Buenos Aires  Uruguay 3–1 Paulo Valentim Goal 62'80'89'
Orlando Red card 32'
Almir Red card 32'
29 March 1959 Final round Monumental de Nuñez, Buenos Aires  Paraguay 4–1 Pelé Goal 25'60'63'
Chinesinho Goal 35'
4 April 1959 Final round Monumental de Nuñez, Buenos Aires  Argentina 1–1 Pelé Goal 58'
Second in group, runners-up

Ecuador 1959[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
5 December 1959 Final round Estadio Modelo, Guayaquil  Paraguay 3–2 Paulo Goal 25'39'
Zé de Mello Goal 55'
12 December 1959 Final round Estadio Modelo, Guayaquil  Uruguay 0–3
19 December 1959 Final round Estadio Modelo, Guayaquil  Ecuador 3–1 Paulo Goal 23'
Geraldo Goal 42'
Zé de Mello Goal 45'
22 December 1959 Final round Estadio Modelo, Guayaquil  Argentina 1–4 Geraldo Goal 64'
Third in group, third place

Bolivia 1963[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
10 March 1963 Final round Félix Capriles, Cochabamba  Peru 1–0 Flávio Goal 16'
14 March 1963 Final round Hernando Siles, La Paz  Colombia 5–1 Flávio Goal 7'82'
Marco Antônio Goal 31'
Oswaldo Goal 56'
Fernando Goal 83'
17 March 1963 Final round Hernando Siles, La Paz  Paraguay 0–2
24 March 1963 Final round Hernando Siles, La Paz  Argentina 0–3
27 March 1963 Final round Félix Capriles, Cochabamba  Ecuador 2–2 Oswaldo Goal 5'60'
31 March 1963 Final round Félix Capriles, Cochabamba  Bolivia 4–5 Marco Antônio Goal 26'
Almir Goal 28'
Flávio Goal 63'66'
Fourth in group, fourth place

1975[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
31 July 1975 Group 1 VenezuelaEstadio Olímpico, Caracas  Venezuela 4–0 Romeu Goal 2'
Danival Goal 50'
Palhinha Goal 82'88'
6 August 1975 Group 1 BrazilMineirão, Belo Horizonte  Argentina 2–1 Nelinho Goal 31'55' (pen.)
13 August 1975 Group 1 BrazilMineirão, Belo Horizonte  Venezuela 6–0 Roberto Batata Goal 6'79'
Nelinho Goal 9'
Danival Goal 37'
Campos Goal 53'
Palhinha Goal 65'
16 August 1975 Group 1 ArgentinaCor de León, Rosario  Argentina 1–0 Danival Goal 45'
First in group, progressed
30 September 1975 Semi-finals first leg BrazilMineirão, Belo Horizonte  Peru 1–3 Roberto Batata Goal 54'
4 October 1975 Semi-finals second leg PeruEstadio Alejandro Villanueva, Lima  Peru 2–0 Mélendez Goal 10' (o.g.)
Campos Goal 61'
3–3 on aggregate, eliminated by drawing of lots

1979[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
26 July 1979 Group B BoliviaEstadio Hernando Siles, La Paz  Bolivia 1–2 Roberto Dinamite Goal 30' (pen.)
2 August 1979 Group B BrazilEstádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Argentina 2–1 Zico Goal 2'
Tita Goal 54'
16 August 1979 Group B BrazilEstádio Morumbi, São Paulo  Bolivia 2–0 Tita Goal 46'
Zico Goal 90'
23 August 1979 Group B ArgentinaEstadio Monumental, Buenos Aires  Argentina 2–2 Passarella Goal 38'
Díaz Goal 71'
Américo Gallego Red card
First in group, progressed
24 October 1979 Semifinals first leg ParaguayDefensores del Chaco, Asunción  Paraguay 1–2 Palhinha Goal 79'
31 October 1979 Semifinals second leg BrazilEstádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Paraguay 2–2 Falcão Goal 29'
Sócrates Goal 61' (pen.)
3–4 on aggregate, eliminated

1983[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
17 August 1983 Group B EcuadorEstadio Olímpico Atahualpa, Quito  Ecuador 1–0 Roberto Dinamite Goal 14'
24 August 1983 Group B ArgentinaEstadio Monumental, Buenos Aires  Argentina 0–1
1 September 1983 Group B BrazilEstádio Serra Dourada, Goiânia  Ecuador 5–0 Renato Gaúcho Goal 12'
Roberto Dinamite Goal 46'55'
Éder Goal 58'
Tita Goal 60'
14 September 1983 Group B BrazilMaracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Argentina 0–0
First in group, progressed
13 October 1983 Semifinals first leg ParaguayDefensores del Chaco, Asunción  Paraguay 1–1 Éder Goal 88'
20 October 1983 Semifinals second leg BrazilParque de Sabiá, Uberlandia  Paraguay 0–0
27 October 1983 Final UruguayEstadio Centenario, Montevideo  Uruguay 0–2
4 November 1983 Final BrazilEstádio Fonte Nova, Salvador  Uruguay 1–1 Jorginho Goal 23'

Argentina 1987[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
28 June 1987 Group B Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carreras, Córdoba  Venezuela 5–0 Edú Marangón Goal 33'
Morovic Goal 39' (o.g.)
Careca Goal 66'
Nelsinho Goal 72'
Romário Goal 89'
3 July 1987 Group B Estadio Olímpico Chateau Carreras, Córdoba  Chile 0–4
Second in group, eliminated

Brazil 1989[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
1 July 1989 Group A Estádio Fonte Nova, Salvador  Venezuela 3–1 Bebeto Goal 2'
Geovani Goal 36' (pen)
Baltazar Goal 57'
3 July 1989 Group A Estádio Fonte Nova, Salvador  Peru 0–0
7 July 1989 Group A Estádio Fonte Nova, Salvador  Colombia 0–0
9 July 1989 Group A Estádio do Arruda, Recife  Paraguay 2–0 Bebeto Goal 47'82'
Second in group, progressed
12 July 1989 Final round Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Argentina 2–0 Bebeto Goal 48'
Romário Goal 55'
14 July 1989 Final round Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Paraguay 3–0 Bebeto Goal 16'52'
Romário Goal 58'
16 July 1989 Final round Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro  Uruguay 1–0 Romário Goal 49'
First in group, champions

Chile 1991[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
9 July 1991 Group B Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Bolivia 2–1 Neto Goal 5' (pen)
Branco Goal 47'
11 July 1991 Group B Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Uruguay 1–1 João Paulo Goal 29'
13 July 1991 Group B Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Colombia 0–2
15 July 1991 Group B Estadio Sausalito, Viña del Mar  Ecuador 3–1 Mazinho Oliveira Goal 8'
Márcio Santos Goal 54'
Luiz Henrique} Goal 89'
Second in group, progressed
17 July 1991 Final round Estadio Nacional de Chile, Santiago  Argentina 2–3 Branco Goal 5'
João Paulo Goal 52'
19 July 1991 Final round Estadio Nacional de Chile, Santiago  Colombia 2–0 Renato Goal 29'
Branco Goal 76'pen'
21 July 1991 Final round Estadio Nacional de Chile, Santiago  Chile 2–0 Mazinho Oliveira Goal 8'
Luiz Henrique Goal 55'
Second in group, runners-up

Ecuador 1993[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
18 June 1993 Group B Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar, Cuenca  Peru 0–0
21 June 1993 Group B Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar, Cuenca  Chile 2–3 Müller Goal 36'
Palhinha Goal 55'
24 June 1993 Group B Estadio Alejandro Serrano Aguilar, Cuenca  Paraguay 3–0 Palhinha Goal 15'72'
Edmundo Goal 62'
Second in group, progressed
27 June 1993 Quarter-finals Estadio Monumental, Guayaquil  Argentina 1–1
Penalties
5–6
Müller Goal 37'
Penalties
Zinho Penalty scored
Cafu Penalty scored
Müller Penalty scored
Roberto Carlos Penalty scored
Luisinho Penalty scored
Boiadeiro Penalty missed

Uruguay 1995[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
7 July 1995 Group B Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera, Rivera  Ecuador 1–0 Ronaldão Goal 73'
10 July 1995 Group B Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera, Rivera  Peru 2–0 Zinho Goal 77'pen'
Edmundo Goal 82'
13 July 1995 Group B Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera, Rivera  Colombia 3–0 Leonardo Goal 30'
Tulio Goal 76'
Higuita Goal 85'og'
First in group, progressed
17 July 1995 Quarter-finals Estadio Atilio Paiva Olivera, Rivera  Argentina 2–2
Penalties
4–2
Edmundo Goal 9'
Túlio Goal 81' Penalties
Roberto Carlos Penalty scored
Túlio Penalty scored
André Cruz Penalty missed
Dunga Penalty scored
Edmundo Penalty scored
20 July 1995 Semi-finals Estadio Campus Municipal, Maldonado  United States 1–0 Aldair Goal 13'
22 June 1995 Final Estadio Centenario, Montevideo  Uruguay 1–1
Penalties
3–5
Túlio Goal 30'
Penalties
Roberto Carlos Penalty scored
Zinho Penalty scored
Túlio Penalty missed
Dunga Penalty scored

Bolivia 1997[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
13 June 1997 Group C Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz  Costa Rica 5–0 Djalminha Goal 20'
González[disambiguation needed] Goal 34'og'
Ronaldo Goal 47'54'
Romário Goal 60'
16 June 1997 Group C Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz  Mexico 3–2 Aldair Goal 47'
Romero[disambiguation needed] Goal 59'og'
Leonardo Goal 77'
19 June 1997 Group C Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz  Colombia 2–0 Dunga Goal 11'
Edmundo Goal 67'
First in group, progressed
22 June 1997 Quarter-finals Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz  Paraguay 2–0 Ronaldo Goal 9'34'
26 June 1997 Semi-finals Estadio Ramón Aguilera, Santa Cruz  Peru 7–0 Denilson Goal 1'
Flavio Conceição Goal 28'
Romário Goal 36'49'
Leonardo Goal 45'55'
Djalminha Goal 77'
29 June 1997 Final Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz  Bolivia 3–1 Edmundo Goal 40'
Ronaldo Goal 79'
Zé Roberto Goal 90'

Paraguay 1999[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
30 June 1999 Group B Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, Ciudad del Este  Venezuela 7–0 Ronaldo Goal 28'62'
Emerson Goal 40'
Amoroso Goal 54'81'
Ronaldinho Goal 74'
Rivaldo Goal 82'
3 July 1999 Group B Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, Ciudad del Este  Mexico 2–1 Amoroso Goal 20'
Alex Goal 45'
6 July 1999 Group B Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, Ciudad del Este  Chile 1–0 Ronaldo Goal 36'pen'
First in group, progressed
11 July 1999 Quarter-finals Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, Ciudad del Este  Argentina 2–1 Rivaldo Goal 32'
Ronaldo Goal 48'
14 July 1999 Semi-finals Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi, Ciudad del Este  Mexico 2–0 Amoroso Goal 24'
Rivaldo Goal 42'
18 June 1999 Final Estadio Defensores del Chaco, Asunción  Uruguay 3–0 Rivaldo Goal 20'27'
Ronaldo Goal 46'

Colombia 2001[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
12 July 2001 Group B Estadio Pascual Guerrero, Cali  Mexico 0–1
15 July 2001 Group B Estadio Pascual Guerrero, Cali  Peru 2–0 Guilherme Goal 9'
Denilson Goal 85'
18 July 2001 Group B Estadio Pascual Guerrero, Cali  Paraguay 3–1 Alex Goal 60'
Belletti Goal 89'
Denilson Goal 90'
First in group, progressed
23 July 2001 Quarter-finals Estadio Palogrande, Manizales  Honduras 0–2

Peru 2004[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
8 July 2004 Group C Estadio Arequipa, Arequipa  Chile 1–0 Luís Fabiano Goal 90'
11 July 2004 Group C Estadio Arequipa, Arequipa  Costa Rica 4–0 Adriano Goal 45'54'67'
Juan Goal 49'
14 July 2004 Group C Estadio Arequipa, Arequipa  Paraguay 1–2 Luís Fabiano Goal 35'
Second in group, progressed
17 July 2004 Quarter-finals Estadio Miguel Grau, Piura  Mexico 4–0 Alex Goal 26 (pen.)'
Adriano Goal 65'78'
Oliveira Goal 87'
21 July 2004 Semi-finals Estadio Nacional, Lima  Uruguay 1–1
Penalties
5–3
Adriano Goal 46'
Penalties
Luisão Penalty scored
Luís Fabiano Penalty scored
Adriano Penalty scored
Renato Penalty scored
Alex Penalty scored
25 July 2004 Final Estadio Nacional, Lima  Argentina 2–2
Penalties
4–2
Luisão Goal 45'
Adriano Goal 90+3
Penalties
Adriano Penalty scored
Edu Penalty scored
Diego Penalty scored
Juan Penalty scored

Venezuela 2007[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
27 June 2007 Group B Polideportivo Cachamay, Puerto Ordaz  Mexico 0–2
1 July 2007 Group B Estadio Monumental de Maturín, Maturín  Chile 3–0 Robinho Goal 36' (pen.)84'87'
4 July 2007 Group B Estadio Olímpico Luis Ramos, Puerto la Cruz  Ecuador 1–0 Robinho Goal 56' (pen.)
Second in group, progressed
7 July 2007 Quarter-finals Estadio Olímpico Luis Ramos, Puerto la Cruz  Chile 6–1 Juan Goal 16'
Baptista Goal 23'
Robinho Goal 27'50'
Josué Goal 68'
Vágner Love Goal 85'
10 July 2007 Semi-finals Estadio José Pachencho Romero, Maracaibo  Uruguay 2–2
Penalties
5–4
Maicon Goal 13'
Baptista Goal 41'
Penalties
Robinho Penalty scored
Juan Penalty scored
Gilberto Silva Penalty scored
Afonso Penalty missed
Diego Penalty scored
Fernando Penalty missed
Gilberto Penalty scored
15 July 2007 Final Estadio José Pachencho Romero, Maracaibo  Argentina 3–0 Baptista Goal 4'
Ayala Goal 40' (o.g.)
Alves Goal 69'

Argentina 2011[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
3 July 2011 Group B Estadio Ciudad de La Plata, La Plata  Venezuela 0–0
9 July 2011 Group B Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Córdoba  Paraguay 2–2 Jádson Goal 38'
Fred Goal 89'
13 July 2011 Group B Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Córdoba  Ecuador 4–2 Pato Goal 28'61'
Neymar Goal 48'71'
First in group, progressed
17 July 2011 Quarter-finals Estadio Ciudad de La Plata, La Plata  Paraguay 0–0
Penalties
0–2
Lucas Leiva Red card 103'
Penalties
Elano Penalty missed
Thiago Silva Penalty missed
André Santos Penalty missed
Fred Penalty missed

Football at the Summer Olympics[edit]

Finland 1952[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
16 July 1952 Preliminary round Turku  Netherlands 5–1 Humberto Tozzi Goal 25'
Larry Goal 33 (pen.)'36'
Jansen Goal 81'
Vavá Goal 86'
20 July 1952 First round Kotka  Luxembourg 2–1 Larry Goal 42'
Humberto Tozzi Goal 49'
24 July 1952 Quarter-finals Helsinki  Germany 2-4 (a.e.t.) Larry Goal 12'
Zózimo Goal 74'

Italy 1960[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
26 August 1960 Group B Livorno  Great Britain 4–3 Gérson Goal 2'
China Goal 61'72'
Wanderley Goal 64'
29 August 1960 Group B Rome  Republic of China 5–0 Gérson Goal 13'16'47'
Roberto Dias Goal 73'87'
1 September 1960 Group B Florence  Italy 1–3 Waldir Goal 4'
Second in group, eliminated

Japan 1964[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
12 October 1964 Group C Tokyo  United Arab Republic 1–1 Roberto Goal 10'
14 October 1964 Group C Yokohama  South Korea 4–0 Zé Roberto Goal 30'
Elizeu Goal 44'54'
Roberto Goal 73'
16 October 1964 Group C Tokyo  Czechoslovakia 1–0 Valošek Goal 77'
Third in group, eliminated

Mexico 1968[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
14 October 1968 Group B Azteca Stadium, Mexico City  Spain 0–1
16 October 1968 Group B Estadio Cuauhtémoc, Puebla  Japan 1–1 Ferreti Goal 9'
18 October 1968 Group B Estadio Cuauhtémoc, Puebla  Nigeria 3–3 Ferreti Goal 50'
Olumodeji Goal 59' (o.g.)
Tião Goal 65'
Third in group, eliminated

Germany 1972[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
27 August 1972 Group C Passau  Denmark 3–2 Dirceu Goal 68'
Zé Carlos Goal 69'
29 August 1972 Group C Olympic Stadium, Munich  Hungary 2–2 Pedrinho Goal 67'
Dirceu Goal 73'
31 August 1972 Group C Regensburg  Iran 0–2
Fourth in group, eliminated

Canada 1976[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
18 July 1976 Group A Varsity Stadium, Toronto  East Germany 0–0
20 July 1976 Group A Olympic Stadium, Montreal  Spain 2–1 Rosemiro Goal 7'
Chico Fraga Goal 47'p.k.'
First in group, progressed
25 July 1976 Quarter finals Varsity Stadium, Toronto  Israel 4–1 Jarbas[disambiguation needed] Goal 56'74'
Erivelto Goal 72'
Júnior Goal 88'
27 July 1976 Semi finals Varsity Stadium, Toronto  Poland 0–2
29 July 1976 Bronze medal match Olympic Stadium, Montreal  Soviet Union 0–2

United States 1984[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
30 July 1984 Group C Rose Bowl, Pasadena  Saudi Arabia 3–1 Gilmar Popoca Goal 12'
Silvinho} Goal 50'
Dunga Goal 59'
1 August 1984 Group C Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto  West Germany 1–0 Gilmar Popoca Goal 86'
3 August 1984 Group C Rose Bowl, Pasadena  Morocco 2–0 Dunga Goal 64'
Kita[disambiguation needed] Goal 70'
First in group, progressed
6 August 1984 Quarter finals Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto  Canada 1–1 (a.e.t.)
Penalties
4–2
Gilmar Popoca Goal 72'
Penalties
8 August 1984 Semi finals Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto  Italy 2–1 (a.e.t) Gilmar Popoca Goal 53'
Ronaldo Goal 95'
11 August 1984 Gold medal match Rose Bowl, Pasadena  France 0–2

South Korea 1988[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
18 September 1988 Group D Hanbat Stadium, Daejeon  Nigeria 4–0 Edmar Goal 59'
Romário Goal 74'84'
Bebeto Goal 86'
20 September 1988 Group D Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul  Australia 3–0 Romário Goal 20'57'61'
22 September 1988 Group D Hanbat Stadium, Daejeon  Yugoslavia 2–1 André Cruz Goal 25'
Bebeto Goal 56'
First in group, progressed
25 September 1984 Quarter finals Dongdaemun Stadium, Seoul  Argentina 1–0 Geovani Goal 76'
27 September 1984 Semi finals Olympic Stadium, Seoul  West Germany 1–1 (a.e.t.)
Penalties
3–2
Romário Goal 79'
Penalties
1 October 1984 Football at the 1984 Summer Olympics#Gold Medal match Olympic Stadium, Seoul  Soviet Union 1–2 (a.e.t) Romário Goal 29'

United States 1996[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
21 July 1996 Group D Orange Bowl, Miami  Japan 0–1
23 July 1996 Group D Orange Bowl, Miami  Hungary 3–1 Ronaldo Goal 35'
Juninho Goal 61'
Bebeto Goal 84'
25 July 1996 Group D Orange Bowl, Miami  Nigeria 1–0 Ronaldo Goal 30'
First in group, progressed
28 July 1996 Quarter finals Orange Bowl, Miami  Ghana 4–2 Duodu Goal 18' (o.g.)
Ronaldo Goal 56'62'
Bebeto Goal 72'
31 July 1996 Semi finals Sanford Stadium, Athens  Nigeria 3–4 (a.e.t) Flavio Conceição Goal 1'38'
Bebeto Goal 28'
2 August 1996 Bronze Medal game Sanford Stadium, Athens  Portugal 5–0 Ronaldo Goal 4'
Flavio Conceição Goal 10'
Bebeto Goal 46'53'74'

Australia 2000[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
14 September 2000 Group D Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Slovakia 3–1 Edu Goal 30'
Cisovský Goal 68' (o.g.)
Alex Goal 90+'
17 September 2000 Group D Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  South Africa 1–3 Edu Goal 11'
20 September 2000 Group D Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Japan 1–0 Alex Goal 5'
First in group, progressed
23 September 2000 Quarter-finals Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Cameroon 1–2 (a.e.t) Ronaldinho Goal 90+'

China 2008[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
7 August 2008 Group C Shenyang Olympic Stadium, Shenyang  Belgium 1–0 Hernanes Goal 79'
10 August 2008 Group C Shenyang Olympic Stadium, Shenyang  New Zealand 5–0 Anderson Goal 3'
Pato Goal 33'
Ronaldinho Goal 55'61' (pen.)
Sóbis Goal 90+3'
13 August 2008 Group C Qinhuangdao Olympic Sports Center Stadium, Qinhuangdao  China PR 3–0 Diego Goal 18'
Thiago Neves Goal 69'73'
First in group, progressed
16 August 2008 Quarter-finals Shenyang Olympic Stadium, Shenyang  Cameroon 2–0 (a.e.t) Sóbis Goal 101'
Marcelo Goal 105'
19 August 2008 Semifinals Beijing Workers' Stadium, Beijing  Argentina 0–3
22 August 2008 Bronze medal match Shanghai Stadium, Shanghai  Belgium 3–0 Diego Goal 27'
Goal 45'90+2'

London 2012[edit]

Date Stage Venue Opponent Score Brazil scorers
26 July 2012 Group C Millennium Stadium, Cardiff  Egypt 3-2 Rafael Silva Goal 16'
Leandro Damião Goal 26'
Neymar Goal 30'
29 July 2012 Group C Old Trafford, Manchester  Belarus 3-1 Pato Goal 15'
Neymar Goal 65'
Oscar Goal 90+3'
1 August 2012 Group C St James' Park, Newcastle  New Zealand 3-0 Danilo Goal 23'
Leandro Damião Goal 29'
Sandro Ranieri Goal 52'
First in group, progressed
4 August 2012 Quarter-finals St James' Park, Newcastle  Honduras 3-2 Leandro Damião Goal 38'60'
Neymar Goal 50' (pen.)
7 August 2012 Semi-finals Old Trafford, Manchester  South Korea 3-0 Rômulo Goal 38'
Leandro Damião Goal 57'64'
11 August Final Wembley Stadium, London  Mexico 1–2 Hulk Goal 90+1'

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