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In this upcoming friendly, Brazil is scheduled to take on Ecuador. Five-time FIFA World Cup champions Brazil, will face Ecuador, a team that, despite representing one of the smallest nations in FIFA, has appeared thrice in the FIFA World Cup. See them face each other, titan versus underdog, after buying Brazil vs Ecuador tickets.
The Brazil national soccer team, nicknamed Canarinho or Little Canary in English, is a member of the Confederecao Brasilieira de Futebol and the CONMEBOL South American confederation. Brazil's head coach is Dunga and the team is captained by Thiago Silva. The soccer team has been ranked first in the world a record one hundred and fifty one times.
Brazil's biggest win so far has been against Nicaragua, which it defeated 14–0. The team has participated in all FIFA World Cup tournaments ever held and has emerged as the champion a record five times. The Brazilian national soccer team has also won the Copa American ten times, out of thirty three appearances. They have also played in the CONCACAF Gold Cup and emerged the runners–up twice. Brazil has produced some of the best players in the world like Pele, Ronaldo and Neymar amongst others.
The Brazilians will take on Ecuador in their upcoming fixture. The Ecuador national team is nicknamed La Tricolor or the Tricolor and is a member of the Federacion Ecuatoriana de Futbol. The Ecuador national soccer team is also a member of CONMEBOL.
Sixto Vizuete is the team's head coach while Antonio Valencia is the team's captain. Ivan Hurtado holds the team's record for the most caps, at one hundred and sixty seven, while Austin Delgado is the team's top scorer with thirty one goals.
Ecuador's first international match was against Bolivia's national soccer team, resulted in a draw. Its biggest win so far has been against Peru, which it defeated 6–0.
Since 2002, the Ecuadorian national soccer team has played in three FIFA World Cups and has made it to the Round 16 in the tournament. The team has also participated in twenty four Copa America tournaments and emerged fourth twice. Ecuador has also played in one CONCACAF Gold Cup.
You can watch both these teams live in action by buying Brazil vs Ecuador tickets.