- Pelé Criticizes Reaction of Santos Goalkeeper to Racist Offenses
For Pelé, 73, the Santos goalkeeper Aranha was "hasty" in his response to Grêmio supporters who directed monkey chants at him during the Copa do Brasil match in Porto Alegre, on August 28.
Published on 09/11/2014 - 09h03
- Brazilian Football Club Grêmio Is Disqualified After Historic Ruling of Racism
The Brazilian Court of Arbitration for Sport passed a unanimous vote to have the Brazilian football club Grêmio kicked out of the Brazilian Cup championship.
Published on 09/04/2014 - 09h11
- Brazilian Football Already Has 12 Accusations of Racism in 2014
"Stinky nigger," Grêmio fans shouted at the goalkeeper of Santos, Aranha, during the football match in Porto Alegre on Thursday, August 28. "Monkey," others called him.
Published on 09/01/2014 - 08h43
- Santos Goalkeeper Victim of Racist Abuse in Copa do Brasil Match
The goalkeeper of Santos, Aranha, 33, alleges he was racially abused during Santos' 2-0 win over Grêmio on Thursday (28) in the last sixteen of the Copa do Brasil.
Published on 08/29/2014 - 11h54
- Dunga's First Call Up Has 10 World Cup Players
There is no devastated land after losing 7 to 1 to Germany in the World Cup, the worst in the history of the Brazilian national team, and 3 to 0 to the Netherlands in the third place match at Brazil's World Cup.
Published on 08/20/2014 - 08h53
- Attendance at Football Matches Up 36% Since World Cup
The World Cup has increased attendance at Brazilian football matches.
Published on 08/19/2014 - 08h47
- Lack of Centre-Forwards Is Dunga's First Challenge
Dunga likes his teams to have centre-forwards on the pitch.
Published on 08/18/2014 - 09h10
- Rio de Janeiro Has to Finish 76% of the Construction of Olympic Arenas
Two years before the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games, construction of sports facilities has reached 24% of the total. There are some arenas ready and others at an advanced stage, but others have advanced little from the initial bureaucratic phase.
Published on 08/04/2014 - 08h05
- Brazilian Soccer Team Gets a Museum in Rio
The CBF (Brazilian Football Confederation) will open to the public on Friday (1st) the Brazilian soccer team museum in Rio. Filled with technology and interactivity, the space, with about 1,000 m², tells the story of Brazil's soccer team.
Published on 08/01/2014 - 07h54
- Former Brazil's Coach Scolari Received Payoff of More than US$ 1.8 Million from Brazilian Football Confederation
The three most senior members of the Brazilian national side's former technical team have received severance pay amounting to nearly US $4 million following the team's doomed campaign at the recent World Cup.
Published on 07/30/2014 - 09h07