Brazil set to play USA, Japan and Australia this summer
Brazil face some tough challenges ahead as they plan many international friendly matches for 2017.
Brazil Women’s National Team have a hectic and exciting schedule ahead with some strong opponents to battle against according to reports in Brazilian media.
On April 9, an official FIFA date, Brazil will play Bolivia at the Arena da Amazônia. Emily Lima has announced her 24-player squad selection to play Bolivia in the International friendly.
From 22 July to 3 August (to be confirmed), the team led by Emily Lima are reportedly taking part in a competition hosted in the United States where they will face USA, Japan and Australia.
Seleção encara Bolívia em abril, no Brasil; torneios em EUA e Austrália já têm data https://t.co/2hp0J0bpS6
— Cíntia Barlem (@cintiabarlem) March 14, 2017
From 11 to 19 September (to be confirmed), Brazil will travel to Australia where they will play their hosts as well as a match against New Zealand.
The calendar is still not completely finished, they have agreed details for matches against Spain (in June), Germany (in July) and Sweden. It is also a strong possibility that Brazil will play China in October and Korea Republic in November.
Some of the proposed fixtures have not been confirmed and are dependent on signed contracts.
— Womens Soccer United (@WomensSoccerUtd) March 15, 2017
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