The Brazilian National team have a tight 2021 ahead of them as the Verde-Amarela will continue the road to the 2022 World Cup with a full slate of qualifying games and in the middle of the year, they will play in the 2021 Copa America. Brazil will not only look to solidify their standing in qualifying but defend their Copa America title won in 2019.

Brazil currently stands first in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying with a perfect 4-0 record. Along with Argentina, they are the only two undefeated teams, but that may not last long as the two South American powerhouses will face each other in March.

Neymar and company will kick off their Copa America in June in Group B action with co-host Colombia, Qatar, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Peru. Brazil have been looking better and better under Tite and 2021 could be a dress rehearsal for what we will see come Qatar 2022! Here is the full 2021 schedule for Brazil!

Brazil Results in 2021

Brazil have not played any official international games in 2021 yet. Let's check out their schedule for the rest of the year.

Brazil at the 2022 CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers

The Brazilian national team will take on the surprise team of qualifying so far, Ecuador at home in Salvador, Brazil. The game will be played on June 3 and it will be in the seventh game of qualifying. Then, on June 8, Brazil will travel to Paraguay to play in round eight of the World Cup qualifying on June 8th.

Brazil at the 2021 Copa America

Brazil open up Group B action in the 2021 Copa America against Venezuela. The game will be played on June 13, in Medellin, Colombia. Next, five days later, they will travel to Cali to play against Peru in their second group game in the 2021 Copa America. On June 24, Brazil stays in Barranquilla to play against co-host Colombia in the fourth game of group play in the 2021 Copa America. Four days later, Brazil close out Copa America group play against Ecuador in a match that will be held in Bogota, Colombia.

Brazil at the 2022 CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers

Brazil resume World Cup qualifying in September as they travel to Santiago on September 2 to play Chile in the ninth round of qualification. Then, on September 7, Brazil host Peru in Porto Alegre in the tenth round of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualification. The next month, on October 7, Venezuela welcome them this time, prior to the Brazil NT hosting Uruguay on October 12. In the final two games of the year, Neymar's team will play against Colombia at home, on November 11, and Argentina away on November 16.