This is the Brazil’s squad for the World Cup in Qatar, selected by coach, Tite. The final squad was announced on the 7th of November, 2022.

Brazil is the country with the most World Cup titles, having won the competition five times. They play in the South American region.

They playin group G, together with SwitzerlandSerbia and Cameroon.

#PosPlayerDate of BirthCapsGoalsClub
1GKAlisson2 October 1992 (aged 30)570Liverpool
12GKWeverton13 December 1987 (aged 34)80Palmeiras
23GKEderson17 August 1993 (aged 29)180Manchester City
2DFDanilo15 July 1991 (aged 31)461Juventus
3DFThiago Silva (captain)22 September 1984 (aged 38)1097Chelsea
4DFMarquinhos14 May 1994 (aged 28)715Paris Saint-Germain
6DFAlex Sandro26 January 1991 (aged 31)372Juventus
13DFDani Alves6 May 1983 (aged 39)1248UNAM
14DFÉder Militão18 January 1998 (aged 24)231Real Madrid
16DFAlex Telles15 December 1992 (aged 29)80Sevilla
22DFBremer18 March 1997 (aged 25)10Juventus
5MFCasemiro23 February 1992 (aged 30)655Manchester United
7MFLucas Paquetá27 August 1997 (aged 25)357West Ham United
8MFFred5 March 1993 (aged 29)280Manchester United
15MFFabinho23 October 1993 (aged 29)280Liverpool
17MFBruno Guimarães16 November 1997 (aged 25)81Newcastle United
26MFÉverton Ribeiro10 April 1989 (aged 33)213Flamengo
9FWRicharlison10 May 1997 (aged 25)3817Tottenham Hotspur
10FWNeymar5 February 1992 (aged 30)12175Paris Saint-Germain
11FWRaphinha14 December 1996 (aged 25)115Barcelona
18FWAntony24 February 2000 (aged 22)112Manchester United
19FWGabriel Jesus3 April 1997 (aged 25)5619Arsenal
20FWVinícius Júnior12 July 2000 (aged 22)161Real Madrid
21FWRodrygo9 January 2001 (aged 21)51Real Madrid
24FWGabriel Martinelli18 June 2001 (aged 21)30Arsenal
25FWPedro20 June 1997 (aged 25)21Flamengo