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Brazil's record in the "Jules Rimet" Cup can never now be equalled, as it is the only country always to have reached the finals in every tournament held since the start of the competition in 1930. During this period of 14 series, Brazil won the World Cup in 1958, 1962, 1970 and 1994; were second in 1950, third in 1938 and 1978 (unbeaten), fourth in 1974. Since Brazil won the Jules Rimet Cup outright in 1970, no other World Cup winner has had a 100% record in the finals.

Other Interesting Facts
The only country to have won the World Cup four times;
The only player to be in the World Cup winning team three times: Pelé;
The only player to score in every game in one World Cup series: Jairzinho in 1970;
The only player to score in successive World Cup finals: Vavá in 1958 (2) and 1962 (1);
On three occasions to have provided the competition's leading scorer: 1938 - Leonidas: 8 goals, 1960 - Ademir: 7 goals and 1962 - Garrincha and Vavá: 4 goals each;
The only country to have two players to have scored four goals in a World Cup match: 1938 - Leonidas and 1950 - Ademir;
The only country to have had one man who has four World Cup winners medals both as a player and as a manager: Zagallo - two as a player - 1958 and 1962 and two as the Manager (1970) and Technical Supervisor 1994;
Since 1930 Brazil have played 73 World Cup matches - winning 50 and drawing 12 with 162 goals for and 70 against.

The Jules Rimet Cup (the full record is as follows)

1930 - Eliminated in the 1/8 finals

Managers: were three members of the C.B.D.;

Team: Veloso (Fluminense), Zé Luís (São Cristovão), Itália (Vasco da Gama), Hermogenes (América), Fausto (Vasco), Fernando (América), Benedito (Flamengo), Russinho (Vasco), Carvalho Leite (Botafogo), Preguinho (Fluminense), and Moderato (Flamengo).

1st match lost to Yugoslavia 2 x 1 (Preguinho scored) 2nd match beat Bolivia 4 x 0 (Preguinho scored 2 and Moderato 2).

1934 - Eliminated after one match

Manager: Luiz Vinhais;

Team: Pedrosa (Botafogo), Sylvio (São Paulo), Luiz Luz (Rio Grande), Tinoco (Vasco), Martim (Botafogo), Canalli (Botafogo), Luizinho (São Paulo), Valdemar de Brito (Syrio Libanes), Armandinho (São Paulo), Leônidas (Vasco), Patesco (Força e Luz).

1st match lost to Spain 3 x 1 (Leônidas scored).


1938 - 3rd Place

Manager: Adhemar Pimenta;

Matches: 1st vs Poland - Won 6 x 5 Scorer: Leônidas (4), Romeu e Perácio 2nd vs Czechoslovakia - Draw 1 x 1 Scorer: Leônidas 3rd vs Czechoslovakia - Won 2 x 1 Scorers: Leônidas e Roberto 4th vs Italy - Lost 1 x 2 Scorer: Romeu 5th vs Sweden - Won 4 x 2 Scores: Leônidas (2), Romeu and Perácio. (Leônidas highest scorer of the tournament with 8 goals.);

Principal Team: Batatais (Fluminense), Domingos (Flamengo), Machado (Fluminense), Zezé Procópio (Botafogo), Brandão (Corinthians), Affonsinho (São Cristovão), Luizinho (Palestra), Romeu (Fluminense), Leônidas (Flamengo), Perácio (Botafogo), Patesco (Botafogo);

Reserves: Walter (Flamengo), Jahú (Vasco), Nariz (Botafogo), Brito (América), Martim (Botafogo), Argemiro (Portuguesa), Lopes (Corinthians), Roberto (São Cristovão), Niginho (Vasco), Tim (Fluminense), Hércules (Fluminense).

1950 - Runner-Up

Manager: Flávio Costa;

Matches: 1st vs Mexico - Won 4 x 0 Scorers: Ademir (2), Jair and Baltazar 2nd vs Switzerland - Draw 2 x 2 Scorers: Alfredo and Baltazar 3rd vs Yugoslavia - Won 2 x 0 Scorers: Ademir, Zizinho 4th vs Sweden - Won 7 x 1 Scorers: Ademir (4), Chico (2), Maneca 5th vs Spain - Won 6 x 1 Scorers: Jair (2), Chico (2), Zizinho (2) 6th vs Uruguay - Lost 1 x 2 Scorer:Friaça;

Principal Team: Barbosa (Vasco), Augusto (Vasco), Wilson (Vasco), Bauer (São Paulo), Danilo (Vasco), Bigode (Fluminense), Maneca (Vasco), Zizinho (Flamengo), Ademir (Vasco), Jair (Flamengo), Chico (Vasco);

Reverves: Castilho (Fluminense), Nilton Santos (Botafogo), Juvenal (Palmeiras), Eli (Vasco), Rui (São Paulo), Noronha (São Paulo), Alfredo (Vasco), Baltazar (Corinthians), Orlando (Fluminense), Friaça (São Paulo).

1954 - 1/4 Finalists

Manager: Zezé Moreira;

Matches: 1st vs Mexico - Won 5 x 0 Scorers: Pinga (2), Didi, Baltazar e Julinho 2nd vs Yugoslavia - Draw 1 x 1 Scorer: Didi 3rd vs Hungary - Lost 2 x 4 Scorers: Djalma Santos and Julinho;

Principal Team: Castilho (Fluminense), Djalma Santos (Portuguesa), Pinheiro (Fluminense), Bauer (São Paulo), Brandãozinho (Portuguesa), Nilton Santos (Botafogo), Julinho (Portuguesa), Didi (Fluminense), Indio (Flamengo), Pinga (Vasco), Maurinho (São Paulo);

Reserves: Veludo (Fluminense), Paulinho (Vasco), Mauro (São Paulo), Alfredo (Vasco), Eli (Vasco), Dequinha (Flamengo), Rodrigues (Palmeiras), Rubens (Flamengo), Baltazar (Corinthians), Humberto (Palmeiras), Cabeção (Corinthians - extra goalkeeper).

1958 - World Champions

Manager: Vicente Feola;

Matches: 1st vs Austria - Won 3 x 0 Scorers: Mazzola (2), Nilton Santos 2nd vs U.R.S.S. - Won 2 x 0 Scorers: Vavá (2) 3rd vs England - Draw 0 x 0 4th vs Wales - Won 1 x 0 Scorer: Pelé 5th vs France - Won 5 x 0 Scorers: Pelé (3), Vavá, Didi 6th vs Sweden - Won 5 x 2 Scorers: Pelé (2), Vavá (2) and Zagalo;

Principal Team: Gilmar (Santos), De Sordi (São Paulo), Bellini (Vasco), Zito (Santos), Orlando (Vasco), Nilton Santos (Botafogo), Garrincha (Botafogo), Didi (Botafogo), Vavá (Vasco), Pelé (Santos), Zagalo (Botafogo);

Reserves: Castilho (Fluminense), Djalma Santos (Palmeiras), Mauro (Santos), Dino (São Paulo), Zózimo (Bangú), Oreco (Corinthians), Joel (Flamengo), Moacir (Flamengo), Mazzola (Palmeiras), Dida (Flamengo), Pepe (Santos).

1962 - World Champions

Manager: Vicente Feola and Aymoré Moreira;

Matches: 1st vs Mexico - Won 2 x 0 Scorer: Pelé and Zagalo 2nd vs Czechoslovakia - Draw 0 x 0 3rd vs Spain - Won 2 x 1 Scorer: Amarildo (2) 4th vs England - Won 3 x 1 Scorers: Garrincha (2) and Vavá 5th vs Chile - Won 4 x 2 Scorers: Garrincha (2) and Vavá (2) 6th vs Czechoslovakia - Won 3 x 1 Scorers: Amarildo, Zito and Vavá;

Principal Team: Gilmar (Santos), Djalma Santos (Palmeiras), Mauro (Santos), Zito (Santos), Zózimo (Bangu), Nilton Santos (Botafogo), Garrincha (Botafogo), Didi (Botafogo), Vavá (Palmeiras), Amarildo (Botafogo), Zagalo (Botafogo);

Reserves: Castilho (Fluminense), Jair Marinho (Fluminense), Bellini (Vasco), Zequinha (Palmeiras), Jurandir (São Paulo), Altair (Fluminense), Jair (Portuguesa), Mengálvio (Santos), Coutinho (Santos), Pelé (Santos), Pepe (Santos).

1966 - Eliminated in the 1/8 Finals

Manager: Vicente Feola;

Matches: 1st vs Bulgaria - Won 2 x 0 Scorers: Pelé and Garrincha 2nd vs Hungary - Lost 1 x 3 Scorer: Tostão 3rd vs Portugal - Lost 1 x 3 Scorer: Rildo;

Principal Team: Gilmar (Santos), Djalma Santos (Palmeiras), Bellini (São Paulo), Denilson (Fluminense), Paulo Henrique (Flamengo), Gérson (Botafogo), Lima (Santos), Garrincha (Corinthians), Alcindo (Internacional Porto Alegre), Pelé (Santos), Paraná (São Paulo);

Reserves: Manga (Botafogo), Fidelis (Bangu), Brito (Vasco), Orlando (Santos), Altair (Fluminense), Zito (Santos), Rildo (Botafogo), Jairzinho (Botafogo), Silva (Flamengo), Tostão (Cruzeiro), Edu (Santos).

1970 - World Champions

Manager: Mário Zagalo;

Matches: 1st vs Czechoslovakia - Won 4 x 1 Scorers: Jairzinho (2), Pelé, Rivelino 2nd vs England - Won 1 x 0 Scorer: Jairzinho 3rd vs Rumania - Won 3 x 2 Scorers: Pelé (2) and Jairzinho 4th vs Peru - Won 4 x 2 Scorers: Tostão (2), Rivelino and Jairzinho 5th vs Uruguay - Won 3 x 1 Scorers: Clodoaldo, Jairzinho and Rivelino 6th Italy - Won 4 x 1 Scorers: Pelé, Gerson, Jairzinho and Carlos Alberto;

Principal Team: Felix (Fluminense), Carlos Alberto (Santos), Brito (Flamengo), Piazza (Cruzeiro), Everaldo (Grêmio), Gerson (São Paulo), Clodoaldo (Santos), Jairzinho (Botafogo), Tostão (Cruzeiro), Pelé (Santos), Rivelino (Corinthians);

Reserves: Ado (Corinthians), Zé Maria (Portuguesa), Baldocci (Palmeiras), Joel (Santos), Marco Antonio (Fluminense), Fontana (Cruzeiro), Paulo Cézar (Botafogo), Edu (Santos), Dario (Atlético Mineiro), Roberto (Botafogo), Leão (Palmeiras - 3rd Goalkeeper).

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Thanks you Alexx :)
just a quick one , they forogot Romario in the top scorers, he is the third all time scorer for BRazil!

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Morbid humor time..........


Alexx if u r here RUN to the announcements forum, I want to see if u can "tag" along with me, we can make friends there.....

RUN FORREST, RUN

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Guys, thanks for the correction (to err on Romario is the worst, huh Ze... :) )

labas,...or maybe not. I just surfed across and pasted - hence the errors, never would have happened on my own research... :)

By the way, info is given by the London embassy of Brazil...

Rollo, finally, good to see you here after all. Plus we are already friends... :)

Now, come on, join NESF, info to be gathered at Kafka's :)

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I'm not sure either if the innocent beauty really wants you to rub your notorious Vinegar into her soft skin... :)
 

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The poor girl! She is in for the shock of her life! :)

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Rollo's vinegar recipe:

1/3 Charles Manson
1/3 Marilyn Manson
1/3 Pee Wee Hermann

don't shake & don't whisk down before midnight

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Good decision...

Plus I forgot the most importatnt thing:

...and never drink when in one room with Fernando Couto :)

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Kafka, do you have to work ? You seem to be hangin' at even later hours than me... :)
 

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I've got this mysterious part-time job in which I can work whenever I want. :) Also, I'm a student at the university, but I'm not too enthusiastic about going to classes... the result: my daily routines are very unique. :)

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