The Brazilian Men’s National Team, under the guidance of coach Fernando Diniz, has officially announced the roster for the forthcoming 2026 World Cup qualifiers. As of now, Brazil sits atop the qualifiers table with an impressive tally of six points.
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Full list of Brazil’s players for the 2026 World Cup qualifiers
Here’s a detailed breakdown of the players selected by Fernando Diniz:
1. Alisson – Liverpool (England)
2. Ederson – Manchester City (England)
3. Lucas Perri – Botafogo
1. Renan Lodi – Olympique (France)
2. Caio Henrique – Monaco (France)
3. Danilo – Juventus (Italy)
4. Vanderson – Monaco (France)
5. Bremer – Juventus (Italy)
6. Gabriel Magalhães – Arsenal (England)
7. Marquinhos – PSG (France)
8. Nino – Fluminense
1. André – Fluminense
2. Bruno Guimarães – Newcastle (England)
3. Casemiro – Manchester United (England)
4. Gerson – Flamengo
5. Raphael Veiga – Palmeiras
1. Gabriel Jesus – Arsenal (England)
2. Vinicius Junior – Real Madrid (Spain)
3. Richarlison – Tottenham (England)
4. Rodrygo – Real Madrid (Spain)
5. Neymar – Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia)
6. Matheus Cunha – Wolverhampton (England)
7. Raphinha – Barcelona (Spain)
Looking ahead, Brazil is scheduled to go head-to-head with Venezuela at the Arena Pantanal in Cuiabá (MT) on October 12th at 9:30 pm in the third round of the Qualifiers.
Subsequently, they will face Uruguay at the Centenario Stadium in Montevideo (URU) on the 17th of the same month at 9 pm. These crucial matches will play a pivotal role in shaping Brazil’s journey towards the 2026 World Cup.
Lista divulgada! 🤩🇧🇷
O treinador Fernando Diniz convocou os 23 atletas para os duelos de outubro contra a Venezuela, no dia 12, e contra o Uruguai, no dia 17.
Com seis pontos, o Brasil é líder das Eliminatórias da Copa do Mundo 2026.
Vai, Brasil! 💪 pic.twitter.com/GE0g9bTqZT
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