London Olympics: Brazil to face Egypt, Belorussia and New Zealand

April 24, 2012 at 09:42 1 comment

Group C seeds, Brazil, will take on Egypt, Belorussia and New Zealand in the phase of the football at the London Olympics.
Mano Menezes’ team will play Egypt on 26th July in Cardiff, followed by Belorussia at Old Trafford on the 29th and New Zealand at St James Park two days later.
If Brazil advance as Group winners, they will play runners up in Group D, which includes Spain, Japan, Honduras and Mexico on 4th August. The semi-finals of the competition come three days later with the final set for Wembley on 11th August.
See the Brazil squad in full here

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