Posts Tagged 'Brazilian Football'

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.


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.


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.

Flamengo x Vasco

August 28th – 16h Engenhao Stadium Rua Arquias Cordeiro Engenho de Dentro Tickets: From R$ 40 ( The fiercest rivals lock horns in search for precious points in the 2011 Brazilian Championship, with Vasco still celebrating the conquest of the

Brazil v Scotland @ the Emirates

Sunday 27th March could be your last chance to see Ronaldo in a Brazil shirt before his retirement finally sinks in and he bows out from the game. He will be the guest of honour at the Emirates Stadium as

A friendly rivalry in gay Paris

Brazil vs France has long been a top fixture in any football enthusiast’s calendar and the match will once again be played at Paris’ Stade de France on February 9th, the site of the French national team’s most famous victory

Watch Brazil v Netherlands with JungleDrums

This afternoon, the Brazilians and the Dutch go head to head for a place in the World Cup Semi Finals, and JungleDrums is bringing Copa Jungle back to Camino, where it all began just over two weeks ago, when we

Where to watch the World Cup

As this year’s World Cup builds arrives this June we’ve put together a rather handy lowdown of the best places to enjoy all the action from the Brazil matches, and all the venues and parties with Latin American connections or

World Cup Carnival 2010

From 11th June to 11th July the iconic Shepherds Bush Pavilion is being transformed into a mecca to World Cup football and entertainment.