Guide to Brazil

Living the World Cup in Brazil

We want to provide you with insightful information about the experience of living the World Cup in Brazil and how the event influences the country’s economy, business, and culture

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With the elections out of the way, Brazil turns its attention to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After being immersed in economic woes and political polarization, a historic sixth world title would be extremely welcome for the population — as it has been a while since Brazil has tasted glory.

Since winning its fifth trophy in 2002, Brazil has fallen short in four successive World Cups — and off the pitch, the country has changed significantly since.

But before you get started …

Keep in mind that this is no ordinary World Cup guide.

You won’t find Brazil’s fixture...

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