Sport

Losing my favourite game

Fernando Duarte launches his new book and reveals to The Immigrant the joys and the pains of Brazilian football, and how defeat has empowered the nation

Is this the World Cup or Carnival?

As it prepares for Carnival, the first capital of Brazil is mostly indifferent to the World Cup; Anderson Sotero reports and advises tourists what to do

Brazil V Russia at Stamford Bridge

Brazil (and Neymar) are back to London and will face Russia at the Chelsea stadium. The best news? We have a pair of tickets to give away!

What’s hot in 2013 in SP and Rio

A ”perfect storm” of events will make 2013 a pretty special year in Brazil’s most famous cities, from football to good old rock and roll.

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A double dose of the beautiful game

Brazil and England lock horns in back-to-back friendlies to take place in London and Rio

Arsenal goes Portuguese!

Arsenal added another language to its self-guided tours that allow visitors to get behind the scenes at the state-of-the-art Emirates Stadium.

Chaos at Brazil v Ghana game

Brazil beat Ghana on a cold, drizzly and windy night in West London. Unfortunately for some though a lack of organisation at the ground meant that they didn’t get to see everything that they’d paid for.

Controversy behind Brazil’s 2014 World Cup

Only three years away from the official start of 2014 World Cup but Brazil still has a lot to do in order to make the country ready to host one of the most important sports events in the world.

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Brazil v Ghana @ Craven Cottage

Brazil have lined up an intriguing friendly against Ghana, which will be taken place at Craven Cottage, the home ground of Fulham FC.

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Where to Watch: Copa America

Copa America 2011 has started and, already, it’s not looking great for the hosts Argentina. After drawing their first two games their tournament is in the balance! And Brazil aren’t faring much better! Thankfully, to watch all the games this summer you can head down to Guanabara or Bar Kick.