Brazil is the record world champion, with no equal to them yet, with a total of 5 world cups to their name, one ahead of both Germany and Italy, their closest challengers to the claim of being the best footballing nation in the world. In recent tournaments, they have not performed well and have fallen short consecutively of extending their record wins to 6. They are one of the very few teams to have managed to qualify for every FIFA world cup that has been held so far, with 22 qualifications out of 22 tournaments held.
Their record at the previous confederations cup was impressive as well, winning four confederations cups and qualifying seven times out of the 10 cups that were held. They are now scrapped in place of the club world cup that will now be held. They are also one of the most prosperous nations in Copa America, with 9 titles to their name from a possible 47 tournaments and 37 qualifications in their history.
Brazil Team FIFA World Cup Kits
The revolution that has been seen in kits will only continue, as fans from around the globe like kits that are good-looking and want to wear them to different places like pubs and cafes and when they want to have a kick about with their friends.
Nike is the kit manufacturer for Brazil, and the emblem of the Brazilian FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. The Brazilian national team will be using their two most iconic colours for their kits, yellow and blue.
Their first kit, which is the yellow kit, has followed the same base since the 1950s in some capacity. The kit is predominantly yellow, with green used in the collar and sleeves, along with blue highlights for better personification of the Brazilian flag. The emblem and logo are placed on the chest on either side of the kit.
The second kit, which is the blue kit, has followed the same base for a while now, and in all honesty, this was not the best design in recent memory. The kit is predominantly a lighter shade of blue, but only subtly, with cheetah-like prints on the sleeves with lime and greenish colour to blend the pattern. Green is used on the sleeves of the kit, and there are no noteworthy designs in the current kit that make it appealing to any extent.