Frequent question: Who is Brazil’s most famous footballer?

Who is Brazil’s greatest soccer player?

Pelé is widely regarded as the best Brazilian to ever grace a football pitch, but many have even labelled him as the greatest player of all time, often rivalling fellow South American, the late, great Diego Maradona in the polls. The Brazil legend remains his country’s all-time top scorer with 77 goals in 92 games.

Who is the famous player of Brazil?

List of players

Player Pos Goals
Pelé FW 77
Rivellino MF 26
Kaká MF 29
Dida GK

Who is Brazil greatest player of all time?

Ronaldo, Pele, Ronaldinho and Rivaldo have been voted the four greatest Brazilian footballers of all time – with ‘O Fenomeno’ edging out Pele to claim top spot. The 32-player knockout poll, conducted by football magazine FourFourTwo, saw a spicy Ronaldo vs Pele final.

Who are Brazil’s most famous athletes?

Top 10

  1. Adhemar da Silva (1927 – 2001) With an HPI of 61.82, Adhemar da Silva is the most famous Brazilian Athlete. …
  2. Nelson Prudêncio (1944 – 2012) …
  3. Vanderlei de Lima (1969 – ) …
  4. João Carlos de Oliveira (1954 – 1999) …
  5. Joaquim Cruz (1963 – ) …
  6. Torben Grael (1960 – ) …
  7. Robson da Silva (1964 – ) …
  8. Robert Scheidt (1973 – )
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Who is the highest goal scorer in Brazil?

Top Goal Scorers

Top Scorers
Rank Player Name Goals Scored
#1 Pelé 77
#2 Ronaldo 62
#3 Neymar* 57

Who is the best footballer?

From its inception to 2017, it was known as The Guardian 100 Best Footballers In The World.


Year Player Club
2017 Lionel Messi Barcelona
2018 Luka Modrić Real Madrid
2019 Lionel Messi Barcelona
2020 Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich

Who is the best player of the world?

Player of the Year

Player FIFA World Player of the Year (1991–2009) The Best FIFA Men’s Player (2016–current)
Lionel Messi 1 1
Cristiano Ronaldo 1 2
Ronaldo 3
Zinédine Zidane 3

Why is Brazil the best soccer team?

Although there are several different reasons why the team is so good, the biggest reason is the commitment that the players and supporters display. Soccer is often regarded as the second religion in Brazil, and everyone is passionate about the sport.