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Brasil Global Tour
Brasil Global Tour
OwnerPitch International LLP.
IntroducedOctober 16, 2012; 7 years ago (2012-10-16)
MarketsWorldwide
Tagline"The five-time World Cup winners are bringing their unique brand of football to iconic stadiums across the world"
Websitebrasilglobaltour.com
The former logo of the Brasil Global Tour which was sponsored by Gillette, and was in use from 2012 to 2015.

Brasil Global Tour, officially with sponsorship the Chevrolet Brasil Global Tour, is a package of all the friendlies of the Brazil National Team from October 2012 until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.[1] The CBF has used the fact that Brazil is one of the most sought after teams in the world to market itself and Brazil's friendly games on the international stage. The contract between CBF and Pitch International, the company that operates the tour, started in October 2012, and runs through the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Brazil, being the host of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, had no qualification games for the tournament as they automatically qualified as the hosts. This led to Brazil only playing friendly games for the first few years of the contract.

Pitch International was appointed in August 2012 with the first game to begin in October of the same year. The deal saw Pitch International replace Kentaro, an agency which had previously organized a package of Brazil friendlies around the world before 2012.[2][3]

CBF stated that before working with Pitch International, it was having trouble making money off of its home friendly games, despite Brazil's relatively big status in the game. The deal with Pitch International sees the CBF paid a fee of approximately $1 million a game and Pitch International typical receives a match fee of in between $2-3 million per game.[4]

To date there have been 51 games against various opponents on all 6 inhabited continents. Brazil has played once in Africa, 6 times in Asia, 2 times in Oceania, 17 times in Europe, 13 times in North America, and 12 times in South America.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16]

Games

Date Home Result Guest Stadium Location Attendance
16 October 2012  Brazil 4-0  Japan Stadion Miejski Poland Wroc?aw, Poland 36,000
14 November 2012  Brazil 1-1  Colombia MetLife Stadium United States East Rutherford, NJ, United States 38,624
6 February 2013  England 2-1  Brazil Wembley Stadium United Kingdom London, England 87,453
22 March 2013  Italy 2-2  Brazil Stade de Genève Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland 28,000
25 March 2013  Brazil 1-1  Russia Stamford Bridge United Kingdom London, England 35,206
6 April 2013  Bolivia 0-4  Brazil Estadio Ramón Tahuichi Aguilera Bolivia Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia 35,000
24 April 2013  Brazil 2-2  Chile Mineirão Brazil Belo Horizonte, Brazil 53,331
2 June 2013  Brazil 2-2  England Maracanã Stadium Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 66,015
9 June 2013  Brazil 3-0  France Arena do Grêmio Brazil Porto Alegre, Brazil 51,919
14 August 2013   Switzerland 1-0  Brazil St. Jakob-Park Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland 31,100
7 September 2013  Brazil 6-0  Australia Estádio Nacional de Brasília Brazil Brasília, Brazil 40,996
10 September 2013  Brazil 3-1  Portugal Gillette Stadium United States Foxboro, MA, United States 62,310
12 October 2013  South Korea 0-2  Brazil Seoul World Cup Stadium South Korea Seoul, South Korea 65,038
15 October 2013  Brazil 2-0  Zambia Beijing National Stadium China Beijing, China 48,000
17 November 2013  Honduras 0-5  Brazil Hard Rock Stadium United States Miami Gardens, FL, United States 71,124
20 November 2013  Brazil 3-1  Chile Rogers Centre Canada Toronto, Canada 53,331
5 March 2014  South Africa 0-5  Brazil FNB Stadium South Africa Johannesburg, South Africa 67,616
3 June 2014  Brazil 4-0  Panama Estádio Serra Dourada Brazil Goiânia, Brazil 20,000
6 June 2014  Brazil 1-0  Serbia Estádio do Morumbi Brazil São Paulo, Brazil 67,042
6 September 2014  Brazil 1-0  Colombia Hard Rock Stadium United States Miami Gardens, FL, United States 73,479
9 September 2014  Brazil 1-0  Ecuador MetLife Stadium United States East Rutherford, NJ, United States 35,975
11 October 2014  Brazil 2-0  Argentina Beijing National Stadium China Beijing, China 52,313
14 October 2014  Japan 0-4  Brazil National Stadium Singapore Kallang, Singapore 51,557
12 November 2014  Turkey 0-4  Brazil Atatürk Olimpiyat Stad? Turkey Istanbul, Turkey 50,509
18 November 2014  Austria 1-2  Brazil Ernst-Happel-Stadion Austria Vienna, Austria 48,500
26 March 2015  France 1-3  Brazil Stade de France France Saint-Denis, France 81,338
29 March 2015  Brazil 1-0  Chile Emirates Stadium United Kingdom London, England 60,007
7 June 2015  Brazil 2-0  Mexico Allianz Parque Brazil São Paulo, Brazil 34,659
10 June 2015  Brazil 1-0  Honduras Estádio Beira-Rio Brazil Porto Alegre, Brazil 22,305
5 September 2015  Brazil 1-0  Costa Rica Red Bull Arena United States Harrison, NJ, United States 19,600
8 September 2015  United States 1-4  Brazil Gillette Stadium United States Foxboro, MA, United States 29,308
30 May 2016  Brazil 2-0  Panama Dick's Sporting Goods Park United States Commerce City, CO, United States 11,000
25 January 2017  Brazil 1-0  Colombia Estádio Nilton Santos Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 18,695
9 June 2017  Brazil 0-1  Argentina Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia Melbourne, Australia 95,969
13 June 2017  Australia 0-4  Brazil Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia Melbourne, Australia 49,847
10 November 2017  Japan 1-3  Brazil Stade Pierre-Mauroy France Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France 16,992
14 November 2017  England 0-0  Brazil Wembley Stadium United Kingdom London, England 84,595
23 March 2018  Russia 0-3  Brazil Luzhniki Stadium Russia Moscow, Russia 59,263
27 March 2018  Germany 0-1  Brazil Olympiastadion Germany Berlin, Germany 72,717
3 June 2018  Brazil 2-0  Croatia Anfield Stadium United Kingdom Liverpool, England 48,500
10 June 2018  Austria 0-3  Brazil Ernst-Happel-Stadion Austria Vienna, Austria 54,000
7 September 2018  United States 0-2  Brazil MetLife Stadium United States East Rutherford, NJ, United States 32,489
11 September 2018  Brazil 5-0  El Salvador FedEx Field United States Landover, MD, United States 28,511
12 October 2018  Saudi Arabia 0-2  Brazil King Fahd International Stadium Saudi Arabia Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 23,401
16 October 2018  Argentina 0-1  Brazil King Abdullah Sports City Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 62,345
16 November 2018  Brazil 1-0  Uruguay Emirates Stadium United Kingdom London, England 35,000
20 November 2018  Brazil 1-0  Cameroon Stadium MK United Kingdom Milton Keynes, England 29,699
23 March 2019  Brazil 1-1  Panama Estádio do Dragão Portugal Porto, Portugal 33,600
26 March 2019  Czech Republic 1-3  Brazil Eden Arena Czech Republic Prague, Czech Republic 19,116
5 June 2019  Brazil 2-0  Qatar Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha Brazil Brasília, Brazil 34,204
9 June 2019  Brazil 7-0  Honduras Estádio Beira-Rio Brazil Porto Alegre, Brazil 16,521
6 September 2019  Brazil 2-2  Colombia Hard Rock Stadium United States Miami Gardens, FL, United States 65,232
10 September 2019  Brazil 0-1  Peru Los Angeles Coliseum United States Los Angeles, CA, United States 32,287
10 October 2019  Brazil 1-1  Senegal Singapore National Stadium Singapore Kallang, Singapore 20,621
13 October 2019  Brazil 1-1  Nigeria Singapore National Stadium Singapore Kallang, Singapore 20,385
15 November 2019  Brazil 0-1  Argentina King Saud University Stadium Saudi Arabia Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 22,451
19 November 2019  Brazil 3-0  South Korea Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 9,000
30 May 2020  Brazil  Kazakhstan International Stadium Yokohama Japan Yokohama, Japan TBD

References

  1. ^ "Pitch International Will Manage CBF Friendly Matches Until 2022 World Cup". www.sportsbusinessdaily.com. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ "Pitch International to manage Brazil friendlies until 2022 World Cup". sportskeeda.com. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Chevrolet to title sponsor Brasil Global Tour". Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ "England v Brazil: next stop Stamford Bridge for the great travelling circus of world football". Telegraph.co.uk. 6 Feb 2013.
  5. ^ "Event Management - Pitch International". pitchinternational.com. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "Brasil Global Tour: The Schedule - Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "Welcome to the Brasil Global Tour - Goal.com". 7 October 2013. Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ https://twitter.com/BGT_ENG
  9. ^ https://www.facebook.com/BrasilGlobalTour
  10. ^ https://www.gettyimages.com/photos/brazil-global-tour?sort=mostpopular&mediatype=photography&phrase=brazil%20global%20tour
  11. ^ https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/jun/09/argentina-beat-brazil-as-superclasico-takes-underwhelming-detour-to-mcg
  12. ^ https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/brazil-don-t-want-to-play-argentina-in-mcg-clash-says-tite?cid=inbody:neymar-wont-make-trip-for-friendlies-against-australia-argentina
  13. ^ http://www.sportingnews.com/ca/soccer/news/brasil-global-tour-venues-fedexfield/17ftyez0l0jrm17qm6c5t4tq04
  14. ^ https://www.albawaba.com/sport/brazils-schedule-saudi-arabia-week-1196980
  15. ^ https://www.goal.com/en-us/news/brasil-global-tour-venues-the-emirates-stadium/pulswp0votcy13cgmkmrq8tsv
  16. ^ https://sponsorship.sportbusiness.com/news/pitch-international-brokers-fiat-cimed-american-airlines-deals-for-brasil-global-tour/

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