On October 1, 1977, Pelé bid his official farewell to professional football while playing for the New York Cosmos, a team in the NASL of the United States, against Santos, the Brazilian club where he achieved fame and success.
Football is more than just a sport in Brazil – it’s a passion deeply rooted in the culture and hearts of millions of Brazilians. Brazil’s history on the football scene is marked by successes, trophies, and legendary talents that have captivated the world. But what makes Brazil so good at football? Is it just the fervent passion of the fans, or are there deeper factors contributing to this excellence?