Tag Archives: Brazil

Jimmy Baikovicius
UFWC Review of the Year 2015

15 matches, 38 goals and 5 different champions. That’s the story in brief of the Unofficial Football World Champions in 2015. It was a year in which the UFWC title was held exclusively within South America, and was contested at the Copa America tournament. The year began with Brazil holding the title, and ended with Uruguay as unofficial champions. Welcome to the UFWC Review of the Year 2015.

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DSanchez17
Chile prove UFWC credentials against Brazil

Chile got their World Cup qualification off to a great start in Santiago, and retained the UFWC title. It was a relatively straightforward win against a fairly toothless Brazil, who were without Neymar and looked to have lost their recent spark. Chile are the form team, and were favourites ahead of the match, so it was no surprise for UFWC-watchers to see the Unofficial Football World Champions prove their claim to that title.

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DSanchez17
Chile face Brazil as UFWC favourites

Current UFWC champions Chile take on Brazil in a World Cup qualifier that doubles up as a UFWC title match this Thursday, 8 October. Chile have home advantage and are on a great run of form, while Brazil are without their talisman and best player Neymar. Can Chile retain the UFWC title, or will Brazil become Unofficial Football World Champions once again?

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DSanchez17
UFWC Copa America Preview

The 2015 Copa America – the 44th edition of the South American international football competition – gets underway today. Chile are the hosts, and Uruguay are the reigning Copa holders. Argentina and Colombia, both highly placed in Fifa’s rankings, will be among the favourites to win the tournament. But few pundits will discount the current Unofficial Football World Champions – Brazil.

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Crystian Cruz
UFWC champions Brazil face Mexico and Honduras

Unofficial Football World Champions Brazil play two Copa America warm-up matches this week, against Mexico and Honduras. The Seleção face Mexico in Sao Paolo on Sunday 7 June, and then Honduras in Porto Alegre on Wednesday 10 June, before travelling to Chile for the Copa. The Mexico game is a UFWC title match and, should Brazil retain the title, the Honduras match will be, too.

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