Brazil is at Group E on the World Cup 2018 draw
Bringing together teams from all over the world to the biggest sports event in the ever, FIFA held the draw for the 2018 World Cup group stage in Russia, this Friday (01), in Moscow. Neymar Jr’s Brazilian National Team is the head of Group E.
The FIFA event brought together team coaches, club presidents, football idol athletes, French artists and even a special guest appearance from President Vladimir Putin, in the opening. After the presentations, the draw was held, putting Brazil in Group E, along with Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia.
The Brazilian team will debut against Switzerland on June 17, then face Costa Rica on the 22nd and, finishing the first phase, they’ll play against Serbia, on the 27th, seeking the classification for the second phase. This will be Neymar Jr’s second World Cup, who will participate in the tournament aiming at nothing but the trophy.
Check out the first phase of the 2018 World Cup:
GROUP A: Russia | Saudi Arabia | Egypt | Uruguay
GROUP B: Portugal | Contact Us | Morocco | Iran
GROUP C: France | Australia | Peru | Denmark
GROUP D: Argentina | Iceland | Croatia | Nigeria
GROUP E: Brazil | Switzerland | Costa Rica | Serbia
GROUP F: Germany | Mexico | Sweden | South Korea
GROUP G: Belgium | Panama | Tunisia | England
GROUP H: Poland | Senegal | Colombia | Japan