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  1. Predicting the 2018 World Cup CONMEBOL Qualifiers

    Compared to the massive qualifying competitions that UEFA and AFC use to determine which countries will and will not get to send teams to the World Cup, the CONMEBOL qualifiers are downright simplistic. Featuring just 10 teams who play each other in a round robin series of home and away matches, the 2018 World Cup CONMEBOL qualifiers don't involve any complicated group stage calculations or multi-round qualification steps. Instead, each team plays 18 matches apiece, and the four or five at the top of the standings when those are done get to participate in FIFA's global football tournament.

    Still, while the CONMEBOL qualifiers look simple on paper, South American football teams actually have to play more matches apiece than any UEFA countries do. As a result, CONMEBOL qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup will begin relatively soon-October 2015, versus the UEFA start date of September 2016. So what does the schedule look like for the first matches? And which teams should be expected to

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  2. Brazil Top Copa America 2015 Group C Despite Colombia Loss

    The Brazil national football team is on track to contend for its ninth Copa America title. The big news story of the moment is that Brazil top Copa America 2015 Group C, in doing this they have qualified for a slot in the knockout stages. Surprisingly, though, the Brazilians didn't sail to easy victory, in fact they didn't even win every group stage game, Brazil suffered one loss-against Colombia.

    A Growing Rivalry

    The rivalry between Brazil and Colombia has become increasingly heated since last summer's World Cup. Historically, this rivalry-if you could even call it that-has been remarkably one-sided, with the Brazilian side walking away with 18 wins in 28 fixtures (and draws in most of the others). But last summer's quarterfinal World Cup match between these two football teams got ugly.

    A little background info: Colombia had the breakout star of the 2014 World Cup tournament in James Rodriguez, who ultimately won

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  3. Japan and Brazil Lead the Way Following Women's World Cup 2015 Group Stage

    The national women's football teams from Japan and Brazil won three games apiece in the Women's World Cup 2015 group stage, establishing themselves as early tournament frontrunners. The FIFA tournament will now move into the knockout stage, with the round of 16 set to begin tomorrow (20th June 2015). Other knockout stage qualifiers include England, the United States, France, Germany, and the Canadian host team.

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    Groups A, B, and C

    The group stage for the 2015 Women's World Cup was split into six groups of four. The top two teams from each qualified to advance to the round of 16, as did the four highest ranked third-place teams.

    Of all the groups in the tournament, Group A likely proved to be the weakest. Despite having the home field advantage,

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  4. Copa America 2015 Group C: Our Predictions

    If Group B of the Copa America 2015 is going to play host to a contentious battle between Argentina and Uruguay, then Copa America 2015 Group C is going to be defined by a budding rivalry between Brazil and Colombia. The quarterfinal match between these two teams at last year's 2014 World Cup was one of the tournament's fiercest and most competitive, and neither soccer squad exited the game on top. Colombia lost the fixture 1-2, but Brazil's star player Neymar suffered a back injury that took him out of the tournament and derailed the host country's chances at victory. In other words, no one really won the soccer game.

    Since that memorable (and sure to be infamous) July 4th fixture, Brazil and Colombia have played each other one other time: in a "friendly" fixture on September 9th of last year. The Brazilian side won that match as well, beating the Colombia side 1-0. However, Colombia have won seven friendlies in a row since that game, and are actually

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  5. Neymar Has High Hopes for the Brazil Football Team at the 2016 Olympics

    The Brazil national football side might have five World Cup titles under its belt, but the team has never Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup Away Shirtwon the event in front of a home audience. Neymar, currently the team's biggest star, couldn't change that fact in 2014, when Brazil hosted the tournament. The squad ended up eliminated from the cup after the semifinals, and lost the third place consolation fixture against the Netherlands. Rather than just be satisfied with his team's numerous away triumphs, Neymar wants home audiences in the Brazilian football kit to bear witness to a big victory on Brazilian soil.

    In this case, that means a win at the 2016 Summer Olympics, scheduled to be held in Rio de Janeiro starting on August 5th of next year. Neymar has gone on record saying that he wants to lead the Brazil

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  6. 2014 a Mixed Bag for the Brazil National Football Team

    It's not difficult to see why the Brazil national football team is often cited as the greatest on the planet. The country has won five World Cup titles, more than any other nation, and they are also the only team that has played in all 20 incarnations of Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup Away ShirtFIFA's prestigious tournament. With that said, 2014 was a bit of a mixed bag for the wearers of the Brazil football strip, boasting big wins and disappointing losses-as well as the second time that the Brazilian side has failed to win a global soccer trophy in front of home audiences.

    That's not to say 2014 was a bad year for the team. On the contrary, they won the vast majority of their games, and Neymar marked himself as the global star player that everyone knew he was. In other words, as the year comes to a close, there

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  7. Brazil Football Team Wraps 2014 with a String of Winning Friendlies

    It's been a whirlwind year for the Brazilian national football side. From hosting the 2014 World Cup to contending for the title, the country's squad has certainly gotten a workout over the past 11 months. They recently wrapped up 2014 play with a streak of six friendly fixture wins, a multitude of victories that will at least somewhat atone for the team's failure to win FIFA's biggest Brazil Kids Away Jersey 2014 - 2015event at home. With the holidays around the corner, it might be the perfect time to pick up a new junior Brazil football kit for the young football fanatics in your family!

    Soccer Box has an array of different kit items for the Green and Yellow. If you are shopping for the junior fan in your life, check out the Brazil kids away shirt 2014 2015. The Brasil squad wore this radiant, sapphire blue Nike shirt this year,

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  8. Battle for South American Supremacy

    The 2014 FIFA World Cup is being hosted in Brazil. The South American country is thought of as the best football nation on the world. It has been said that the 'Brazilians perfected the game, which the English invented'. The Brazil home kit has been an overwhelming sight at every game, whether Brazil were playing or not. South American teams, precisely, Argentina and Brazil have dominated many World Cup tournaments, but another team, Columbia is vying for position and the opportunity to knock the home nation out of the tournament.

    The Brazil football jersey has of course had an immense presence at the 2014 World Cup, with many diehard football fans choosing to support the host nation. If you are ready to get on board and cheer for the hosts or fancy a different team World Cup football shirt we still have stock left at Soccer Box. The stylish yellow and green Nike Brazil soccer jersey is selling fast, so order now to ensure you get one.

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  9. Brazil in Dramatic Penalty Shoot-Out!

    Based on the action of the group stages, the 2014 FIFA World Cup has been one of the most exciting World Cup's ever, and the first game of the knockout stage didn't disappoint either. The Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte was filled with Brazil football
    jerseys as fans of the host nation turned out for the clash between Brazil and Chile. Brazil scraped their way into the quarterfinals after a dramatic penalty shoot-out.

    The Brazil 2014 World Cup home shirt is a yellow Nike football jersey with green trim. The Brazil home kit was redesigned after the 1950 World Cup that was also hosted by Brazil. On that occasion Brazil lost in the final to Uruguay, resulting in the redesigned yellow kit that is seen as patriotic, and is certainly the symbol of the 2014 tournament.

    Soccer Box still has stock of the Brazil football jerseys, and many other 2014 World Cup soccer shirts and team merchandise. With the tournament in full flow, and every match more exciting than the

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  10. The Brazil Away Kit and the Battle of the Number 10 Jerseys

    Brazil 2014 FIFA World Cup Third JerseyGoing into this year's World Cup, no player was more hyped than Neymar. The 22-year-old Brazilian winger/forward may have been an unproven commodity on the World Cup stage, but with the tournament set to take place in Neymar's home country, and with the young player's strong performances at recent football events like the 2012 Summer Olympics, the 2013 Confederations Cup, and the World Cup qualifiers, there seemed little doubt that Neymar would be the star of both the Brazil home jersey and the Brazil away kit.

    As a result of the hype for Neymar and the Brazil team as a whole, Brazilian jerseys have been flying off the shelves at Soccer Box all year, from the home and away kits to Neymar's number 10 jersey, all the way to the Brazil 2014 World Cup third jersey. The latter is a black Nike jersey with the Brazil national team crest embroidered on the chest in a regal gold color. The shirt won't make as many appearances at the World Cup this year as, say, the yellow home shirt
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