Brazil announce friendly with Portugal in September
The Brazilian Football Confederation has announced the national team will face Portugal in a friendly game in September.
The match will take place at the Gillette Stadium in Boston on September 9, and will be the first time Brazil face Portugal since the World Cup. The last game between them ended in a 0-0 draw in Durban.
Brazil will face England and France before the Confederations Cup, the matches will be played in Rio de Janeiro and Porto Alegre respectively.
This will be Brazil's third game after the Confederations Cup, as the Seleção will face Switzerland in August and a so far not determined opponent in Brasília on September 6.
Brazil will also play two games against Argentina for the Superclásico de las Américas tournament, the games will feature only domestic-based players.
The Seleção have won only one game since Luiz Felipe Scolari became the manager and pressure to have him sacked has already started to increase.