Brazil announce friendly vs Republic of Ireland March 2010

January 15, 2010 at 13:51 6 comments

Kentaro, the company that organizes international fixtures for Brazil, has announced that the South Americans will play Ireland in Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium on 2nd March.

Brazil are familiar with the venue having played Argentina, Portugal and Sweden in friendlies there over recent years.

The match vs Ireland will be Brazil’s only fixture before the World Cup finals in South Africa.

Dunga’s team start their World Cup campaign against North Korea on 15th June. Five days later they play Ivory Coast and then finish the Group stage against Portugal on 25th June.

Brazil’s probable line-up vs the Republic

See the Brazil squad here

Tickets go on sale for fixture

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