The Brazilian Football Confederation manages the Seleço Canarinho national football team, which represents Brazil in men's international football (CBF),

Brazil is the most successful national team in FIFA World Cup history, having won the tournament five times: in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002.

The Seleço also has the best overall record in the World Cup competition, both in proportion and absolute terms

It is the only national team to have participated in every World Cup edition, with no absences or the need for playoffs.

The only team to win the World Cup on four continents: once in Europe, once in South America, and twice in North America

Brazil has also won the now-defunct FIFA Confederations Cup four times, in 1997, 2005, 2009, and 2013.

Brazil has the highest average football Elo rating and the fourth all-time peak football Elo rating, both of which were established in 1962.

Many commentators, experts, and former players regard Brazil's 1970 team as the greatest football team ever.

The Brazilian national team went undefeated in 35 consecutive matches in 1996, setting a world record that stood for 25 years.

The Granja Comary in Teresópolis, 90 kilometers (56 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, serves as Brazil's training camp.