Brazil’s training schedule and hotels for Canada and Venezuela games

May 26, 2008 at 19:13 3 comments

 

 

 

On Wednesday evening (28th May), Brazil will fly out to the USA from Guarulhos international airport in São Paulo for their friendlies against Canada and Venezuela.

Brazil are set to take on Canada in the Qwest Field stadium in Seattle on May 31st and will be based at the Hotel Sheraton. Brazil will train at the stadium the day before the game.

The match vs Venezuela is on June 6th in the Gillette Stadium in Boston. Brazil will be staying at the Royal Sonesta hotel and will have their first training session at the arena on June 2nd.

 

 

 

 

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  • 1. frost  |  May 27, 2008 at 11:10

    I detest the Socialist Soviet of Seattle, but that match would almost be sufficient reason to venture there… Seattle is a most inhospitable city, and Boston is not much better. My sympathies to the Brazilian team, there are a lot of better places to play, trust me!

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  • 2. ursus arctos  |  May 27, 2008 at 16:09

    Tee hee. I wonder what Frost would have said had the match been set for Memorial Stadium in Berkeley . . .

    Two of my favourite US cities. I used to row by the Royal Sonesta when in university many moons ago.

    They should be sure to remember that the stadium isn’t in Boston, it’s in Foxboro, which is at least half an hour’s drive from the hotel.

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  • 3. heat  |  May 28, 2008 at 13:13

    Frost, Please crawl back under the nice comfortable rock you apparently live under. Granted, there are many liberal weenies here but wtf does that have to do with game here in Seattle? Nothing you idiot.

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