Brazil vs. France: Live Stream, Start Time, TV Info and More

May 30, 2012; Landover, MD, USA; Brazil midfielder Oscar (10) attempts a shot on goal against the USA during the second half of a men’s international friendly. Today, Brazil is involved in a high profile friendly against France. Mandatory Photo Credit: USA Today Sports

With everyone gearing up for next summer’s World Cup in Rio, a number of nations are scheduling high caliber opponents for international friendlies during their off time from World Cup qualifying. Today, we will get to see two of the top nations in the world going at it on the pitch at Arena do Gremio in Brazil when The Selecao take on the French.

For Brazil, it is another tough challenge that will face after drawing with England, 2-2, recently. France is looking to get in as many quality opponents before looking to improve on their last World Cup flop.

When these two sides decide to go at it, we are in for a treat. Expect nothing other than a high-enery, action-packed contest today between these two sides.

So how can you be sure to catch all of the action in this highly anticipated friendly between two of the top squads in the world? We have all of the information necessary to make sure you don’t miss a second of action on the pitch:

Date: : Sunday, June 9
Start Time:
3 p.m. ET
Location
: Porto Alegre, Brazil
Venue: Arena do Gremio
TV Info
: beIN Sport (Find out what channel beIN Sport is in your local market here)
Live StreambeIN Sport Play

This is definitely a match up that you won’t want to miss. Even with France and Brazil being ranked lower in the FIFA rankings than we are used to expecting, this high profile match up is sure to provide plenty of action.

Topics: Brazil Soccer, France Soccer

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