All about Brazil Women’s Football Team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Brazil Women's Football Team will going to fight for their first World Cup in FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and Newzealand.

Brazil Women’s Football Team never won any major trophy, which is quite surprising for everyone because Brazil produced the most talented player over the century in football, but the women’s team still finding their way to win their first major tournament title.

The closes chance they got to lift the trophy was in 2007, in which they lost the final against the German team, and the last two world cups have not been great for the team because, in both editions, they were knocked out in the round of 16 of FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Brazil have some serious attacking players who can turn around any match against any team, but all they need to get support from midfielder and defenders. One of the most talent forward in the world, Marta scored 115 goals in 175 appearances for her national team, which is quite an amazing feat by her.

The wingers Adriana and Ary Borges will support the striker with their amazing ball play and assisting talent. Kerolin and Luana will be the heart of Brazil’s midfield which will control the pace of the game and also look to support defenders.

Brazil Women’s Football Team will be going to fight for their first World Cup in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia and Newzealand.

Brazil’s defense line is always up on the field because of their attacking high-line play, which gives their forwards amazing support from the mid and also from the right backs.

The Squad of the Brazil Women’s Football Team for the FIFA World Cup 2023

Goalkeepers: Camila – Santos FC (Brazil), Leticia Izidoro – Corinthians (Brazil), Barbara – CR Flamengo (Brazil)

Defenders: Antonia – Levante UD (Spain), Bruninha – NJ/NY Gotham (USA), Kathellen – Real Madrid (Spain), Mônica – CFF Madrid (Spain), Lauren – Madrid CFF (Spain), Tamires – Corinthians (Brazil), Rafaelle – Arsenal (Great Britain)

Midfielders: Adriana – Orlando Pride (USA), Ary – Racing Louisville (USA), Ana Vitória – SL Benfica (Portugal), Duda Sampaio – Corinthians (Brazil), Luana – Corinthians (Brazil), Kerolin – North Carolina Courage (USA)

Forwards: Bia Zaneratto – Palmeiras (Brazil), Gabi Nunes – Madrid CFF (Spain), Geyse – FC Barcelona (Spain), Marta – Orlando Pride (USA), Nycole Raysla – SL Benfica (Portugal), Debinha – Kansas City Current (USA), Andressa Alves – AS Roma (Italy)

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