• Neymar can lead Brazil to glory: Carlos Brazil are among the World Cup favourites and Neymar can lead them to their sixth title, according to former winner Roberto Carlos. Nov 14
  • Brazil bring big guns for 2018 qualifiers Brazil's head coach has called up all of the country's biggest stars for World Cup qualifying matches in the coming weeks against Ecuador and Colombia. Aug 10
  • Brazil replace Jesus with Firmino Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino will replace Gabriel Jesus in the Brazil team to play Uruguay in Thursday's crunch World Cup qualifier, coach Tite said on Wednesday. Mar 22
  • Brazil winning back support of soccer fans Before the arrival of new soccer coach Adenor Bacchi, Brazilians were gloomy about their national team's prospects. Oct 4
  • Dunga urges fans to get behind Brazil Brazil have never lost a match in Salvador's Fonte Nova stadium but the home fans must be patient when they take on Peru in Tuesday's World Cup qualifiers, Brazilian coach Dunga said. Nov 16
  • Docos shine light on Brazil World Cup Last year's World Cup in Brazil may have been the "cup of cups" for soccer fans, but for Brazilian taxpayers, who forked out some $US11.5 billion ($A15.84 billion) for the month-long tournament, its legacy has proven negative, according to two new films. Oct 13
  • Brazil without Neymar for WC qualifying Much has changed for Brazil's national team since last year's humiliating World Cup exit, but as the 2018 qualifying campaign gets underway on Thursday one worrying factor stays the same: the absence of superstar Neymar. Oct 5
  • FIFA gives $108m to Brazil from World Cup Football's world governing body FIFA says it has set up a $US100 million ($A108 million) World Cup Legacy Fund for Brazil, aimed at sports facilities, youth and women's football, and medical and health projects. Jan 20
  • Scolari's resignation confirmed by CBF Luiz Felipe Scolari has resigned as Brazil's coach after the team's failure to win the World Cup, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) confirmed. Jul 14
  • Scolari punted as Brazil coach Brazil's football confederation will not renew the contract of national coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, local media reported on Monday, after the five-time World Cup winners were mauled by Germany in a humiliating 7-1 defeat on home soil. Jul 14
  • Brazil celebrates Argentina's WC defeat Brazilians bitter about their team's disastrous World Cup have celebrated Argentina's defeat in the final by dancing and launching fireworks. Jul 13
  • Fred says he's finished with Brazil team Brazil player Fred, who was whistled at and jeered by home fans during the World Cup, has had enough of the national team. Jul 13
  • Brazil press wants coach out Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has to be sacked, the Brazilian media say, after the national team's disastrous World Cup campaign ended in a "knock-out" and "new humiliation". Jul 13
  • Dutch down Brazil to finish third at World Cup Brasilia, Brazil (SportsNetwork.com) - Brazil's World Cup ended in disappointing fashion as the host nation suffered a 3-0 loss in Saturday's third-place match at the Estadio Nacional. Jul 12
  • Scolari leaves decision on future to CBF Luiz Felipe Scolari has left a decision on his future as coach of Brazil to the country's federation after the World Cup hosts' campaign ended in more disappointment. Jul 12
  • Playoff loss disgusts Brazil fans Brazil fans have expressed disgust with their team after the hosts lost 3-0 to the Netherlands the World Cup third place play-off. Jul 12
  • Brazil congratulates itself for WC success Well before the first kick-off, the World Cup was playing against the odds, with Brazil rushing to finish stadiums, chaos at airports and violent protests in the streets. Jul 11
  • After mauling, Brazil seeks soccer reform Brazil's players and the coach asked for the fans' forgiveness after their record 7-1 mauling by Germany. Jul 11
  • Brazil's future boss backs Scolari The incoming Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) boss has backed beleaguered Luiz Felipe Scolari to stay on as coach despite Brazil's humiliating World Cup exit. Jul 11
  • Scolari not to blame for debacle: Silva Brazil captain Thiago Silva has defended coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, who has come in for a barrage of criticism in the wake of the World Cup hosts' embarrassing semi-final defeat to Germany. Jul 11