The Brazilian national team will be playing at the Stage Front Stadium this month when they host Guinea on Saturday 17th June.
With the club season over, the Temple will play centre stage to the five-times world champion this month, with kick-off on Saturday night at 9:30pm CEST.
The Seleção are playing two friendlies during the international break, first against Guinea before travelling to Lisbon to face Senegal on 20th June. This is part of the Brazilian Football Confederation’s campaign to raise awareness of the fight against racism, an ever-important issue for both football and society (#ComRacismoNaoTemJogo).
There will be a number of Brazilian stars on show, including Vinícius Junior, Manchester United’s Casemiro and goalkeeper pair Alisson and Ederson of Liverpool and Manchester City respectively.
The Brazilian team will also train throughout the week at the Ciutat Esportiva Dani Jarque - behind closed doors - and at the RDE Stadium on the Friday before the match.
Ticket details will be announced in due course.
The Stage Front Stadium is an ideal setting to host top-level international matches, joining a long list of internationals to be hosted at the Temple: Morocco vs Chile, Peru vs New Zealand, Catalonia vs Nigeria, Mexico vs Chile and Colombia vs Tunisia.