Brazil vs Japan head to head

Brazil vs Japan head to head

Brazil vs Japan head to head

Brazil vs Japan next match in Bangladesh time

International friendly match.

Japan vs Brazil.

Date and time: 06-06-22 at 4:20 p.m. (BD time).

Venue: Japan National Stadium.

Brazil vs Japan head to head

Total matches: 12

 Brazil wins: 10

Japan won: 0

Drawing games: 2

International friendly.

Date: 23 July 1989.

Brazil vs. Japan.

Result: 1-0.

Umbro Cup

Date: 06 June 1995.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-3.

International friendly

Date: 09 August 1995.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 1-5.

International friendly

Date: 13 August 1997.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-3.

International friendly

Date: 31 March 1999.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-2.

FIFA Confederations Cup

Date: 04 June 2001.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Result: 0-0.

FIFA Confederations Cup

Date: 22 June 2005.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 2-2.

FIFA World Cup

Date: June 22, 2006.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 1-4.

International friendly

Date: 16 October 2012.

Brazil vs. Japan.

Result: 4-0.

FIFA Confederations Cup

Date: 15 June 2013.

Brazil vs. Japan.

Result: 3-0.

International friendly

Date: 14 October 2014.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-4.

International friendly

Date: 10 November 2017.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 1-3.

Brazil vs Japan head to head
Brazil vs Japan head to head

When was the Japan National Stadium established?

Japan National Stadium (formerly New Japan National Stadium) is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Shinjuku Kasumigaoka, Tokyo, Japan. It is officially known as the National Stadium.

The stadium will be used as the main stadium for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2020 Olympics, as well as the track and field athletics venues for the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.

The old national stadium was demolished in May 2015, and construction of the new stadium was allowed to begin on December 11, 2016.

The original plan for the new stadium was scrapped in July 2015 by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who announced the rejection following a public outcry over rising construction costs.

As a result, the new design was not ready for the 2019 Rugby World Cup as expected. To replace the original design, a new design by architect Kengo Kumar was chosen in December 2015, according which the construction of the stadium was completed on November 30, 2018.

Frequently Asked Questions

Date and time: 06-06-22 at 4:20 p.m. (BD time).

International friendly.

Date: 23 July 1989.

Brazil vs. Japan.

Result: 1-0.

 

Umbro Cup

Date: 06 June 1995.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-3.

 

International friendly

Date: 09 August 1995.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 1-5.

 

International friendly

Date: 13 August 1997.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-3.

 

International friendly

Date: 31 March 1999.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-2.

 

FIFA Confederations Cup

Date: 04 June 2001.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Result: 0-0.

 

FIFA Confederations Cup

Date: 22 June 2005.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 2-2.

 

 

FIFA World Cup

Date: June 22, 2006.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 1-4.

 

International friendly

Date: 16 October 2012.

Brazil vs. Japan.

Result: 4-0.

 

FIFA Confederations Cup

Date: 15 June 2013.

Brazil vs. Japan.

Result: 3-0.

 

 

International friendly

Date: 14 October 2014.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 0-4.

 

International friendly

Date: 10 November 2017.

Japan vs. Brazil.

Results: 1-3.

 

Japan National Stadium (formerly New Japan National Stadium) is a multi-purpose football stadium located in Shinjuku Kasumigaoka, Tokyo, Japan. It is officially known as the National Stadium. The stadium will be used as the main stadium for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2020 Olympics, as well as the track and field athletics venues for the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.

 

The old national stadium was demolished in May 2015, and construction of the new stadium was allowed to begin on December 11, 2016.

 

The original plan for the new stadium was scrapped in July 2015 by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who announced the rejection following a public outcry over rising construction costs. As a result, the new design was not ready for the 2019 Rugby World Cup as expected. To replace the original design, a new design by architect Kengo Kumar was chosen in December 2015, according which the construction of the stadium was completed on November 30, 2018.

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