Match Centre: England v Brazil
The Three Lions host the South Americans at Wembley in March, so find out all of the details ahead of the game
England v Brazil
Men's International Match
7pm GMT, Saturday 23 March 2024
Wembley Stadium connected by EE
Brazil in profile
Coach: Dorival Junior
From the archive: England 2-1 Brazil
See the best of the action from our last meeting at Wembley back in 2013
Head to head
The Three Lions have played Brazil at men's senior level on 26 occasions, registering four wins and drawing and losing eleven times. The first meeting came in May 1956 when the nations met in an international at Wembley which England won by 4-2 in front of a reported 97,000 fans with Tommy Taylor and Colin Grainger scoring a brace apiece.
Last three meetings v Brazil
England 0-0 Brazil, Men's International, 14 November 2017
The teams couldn't be separated on this occasion, as both teams began their preparation for the FIFA 2018 World Cup with a 0-0 draw.
Brazil 2-2 England, Men's International, 2 June 2013
In what was the opening game at the new-look Maracana Stadium, the two sides through up a thrilling game, with goals from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Wayne Rooney seemingly setting England up for a memorable win after Fred's penalty opened the scoring. A late equaliser from Paulinho meant it ended all square.
England 2-1 Brazil, Men's International, 6 February 2013
In what was a celebratory game for the FA's 150th anniversary year, Brazil were on the wrong end of a 2-1 scoreline at Wembley thanks to goals from Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard. The match also saw a memorable penalty save from Joe Hart to deny Ronaldinho an opening goal.
From the archive: Brazil 2-2 England
Take a look back at England's trip to help unveil the new Maracana Stadium in Rio and a memorable game to boot
England Squad News
How to watch or stream
This game will be shown live on Channel 4 in the UK.