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Women’s World Cup: Remember Brazil’s best campaign

Women’s World Cup: Remember Brazil’s best campaign

In a week, the Brazilian national team will make its Women’s World Cup debut, against Panama, at 8:00 am (Brasilia time), at Hindmarsh Stadium, in Adelaide. Brazil is looking for its first world title, and almost won it in 2007.

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The fifth edition of the Women’s Cup was the best for the Brazilian national team. The World Cup was held in September 2007, in China, and 16 teams participated in it, Brazil and Argentina were the only ones who qualified in South America.

The one responsible for the selection was Jorge Barcelos, and among those called up there were names like Marta, Cristian, Britenha and Formiga. The group stage campaign was exemplary: three wins in three matches, and finished as leaders of Group D, which hosted China, Denmark and New Zealand.

In the quarterfinals, Brazil faced Australia and won 3-2, with the rating goal scored by Christian, who was excluded from this year’s call-up to Pia Sundage. In the semi-finals, 4-0 with the right to a beautiful goal of Queen Marta over the US team, two-time world champions.

The final match, which was held in Shanghai, China, was against the German national team, which was one of the favorites at that time. The Brazilians could not stand the pressure and ended up losing 2-0, with goals scored by Birgit Prinz, FIFA’s best in 2003, 2004 and 2005 and Simon Ludher.

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Watch the 2007 Women’s Cup squads:

Goalkeepers:

Defenders:

  • Paget

  • Monica

  • Renata Costa

  • Tanya Maranhao

Midfielders:

  • Dani Alves

  • Eileen

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  • Katya Klein

  • Maicon

  • Michelle

  • Rosanna

  • Simon

Attackers:

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Brazil’s national team in the Women’s Cup

In the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be held in Australia and New Zealand, Brazil is in Group F, along with France, Jamaica and Panama, and will play all group stage matches in Australia. The Brazilian athletes’ debut will be against Panama, on July 24, Monday, at 8 am (Brasilia time), at Hindmarsh Stadium, in Adelaide.

Brazil’s next opponent will be France, on Saturday, July 29, at 7am (Brasilia time), at Suncorp Stadium, in Brisbane. The Brazilian national team will finish the group stage against Jamaica, on August 2, Wednesday, at 7:00 am (Brasilia time), at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, in Melbourne.

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Matches in Brazil will be broadcast on Cazé TV, Casimiro Miguel’s YouTube Streamer, and on FIFA+, FIFA’s official streaming service, for free. Globo will broadcast the three matches of the Brazilian national team in Group F on open TV.

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