The Seleção have worn a yellow home shirt since 1954—it's a cultural symbol that transcends football. This year's vibrant Samba Gold is an exact match to the colour used in Mexico in 1970 when the team's games were first broadcast in colour. Elegant detailing celebrates the rich history of Brazilian football, featuring the globe from the national flag, a reintroduced blue neck tape and the phrase "Você é a Seleção" ("You are the Selection").
Brazil's national team is born from passion and joy, unmatched by any other country in the world. Tight spaces in the streets and heavy sands on beaches craft Brazilians into some the most talented footballers in the world. Those street-made skills have carried the national team to championship titles in every major international tournament, including their world-leading 5 stars on the grandest stage of all—a stage they've never missed. When the Seleção step onto the pitch in Russia, they will pull on the same colours as a long line of legends and hope to add another star to their crest.
Nicknames: Seleção ("The Selects"), Canarinho ("Little Canary"), Scratch do Ouro ("Gold Squad")
Stadium: Granja Comary, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil