Let’s dive into the most historic and noteworthy football stadiums and statues in the history of football on this World Heritage Day. A brief history of the most notable venues and the iconic figures of the game. MARACANA STADIUM […]
Pelé is regarded by many as the G.O.A.T. of football, although many people born after the 1980s would argue that Maradona, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have overtaken him as the greatest of all time, he is still considered the best […]
In the thrilling world of sports, sporting stadiums stand for the pride, accomplishment, and financial status of the country. This is more significant when it comes to football stadiums, as the game is played and enjoyed by millions across the […]
Peru will face Brazil in the final in Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana stadium on Sunday while Chile will play against Argentina for the third place
For Argentina, it marked another disappointing end to a major tournament. The Albiceleste have not won a trophy since the 1993 Copa America
Will Brazil turn their misfortunes with a silverware or will Messi & Co. rampage through the tournament?
Brazil coach Tite will keep his job until at least the 2022 World Cup, regardless of the team’s performance as hosts of this year’s Copa America.
Brazilian football great Ronaldinho has been inducted into the Maracanã stadium’s hall of fame, joining legends such as Pele, Garrincha and Zico. The 38-year-old had his footprints moulded into a ceramic plaque during a ceremony at the iconic venue in Rio de Janeiro.
Given their proud history and superb recent form, it comes as little surprise that Brazil will be among the favorites to win the World Cup when the tournament begins on June 14.
The author, Mark Wilson is a Professor and Program Director, Urban & Regional Planning, School of Planning, Design and Construction, Michigan State University. This article was originally published in The Conversation, an independent source of news and views from the […]
Argentina’s Independiente secured their second Copa Sudamerica title by completing a 3-2 aggregate victory over Brazilian side Flamengo. Wednesday’s 1-1 draw in the second leg followed Independiente’s 2-1 victory in greater Buenos Aires last week. Brazil under-20 midfielder Lucas Paqueta […]
There will be a sense of deja vu for Real Madrid loanee Lucas Silva when he walks onto the Maracana pitch for Cruzeiro in the first leg of their Copa do Brasil final against Flamengo on Thursday.