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Brazil to win Women’s World Cup 2023 odds: Confirmed squad, best players, line-up and form

By Ben Green

Brazil to win Women's World Cup 2023 odds- Confirmed squad, best players, predicted line-up and form

Published: 13:45, 29 July 2023

South American champions Brazil will look to win their first Women’s World Cup this summer.

Pia Sundhage’s Canarinhas won the Copa America Femenina last year after beating Colombia 1-0 in the final at the Estadio Alfonso Lopez in Bucaramanga, securing the nation a record eighth continental title in the process.

They now venture down under looking to replicate their Colombian exploits and bounce back from a recent defeat to England in the 2023 Women’s Finalissima.

Latest Brazil odds to win the Women’s World Cup


Betting Market Odds
Brazil to win the Women’s World Cup 30/1
Brazil to reach the semi-finals 4/1
Brazil to win Group F 6/4
Beatriz to win Golden Boot 17/1
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Brazil’s route to the Women’s World Cup Final

Group Stage fixtures

Fixture Stadium Date
Brazil 4-0 Panama Hindmarsh Stadium 24 July, 11.30am BST
France 2-1 Brazil Lang Park 29 July, 11am BST
Jamaica vs Brazil Melbourne Rectangular Stadium 2 August, 11am BST

Who could Brazil meet in the knockout rounds?

If Brazil top a difficult-looking Group F that also includes France, then they will face the runners-up of Group H, which contains Germany, Morocco, Colombia and South Korea. Win that and it’s the winners of Group B or the runners-up of Group D in the quarter-finals. From there, they can expect to face England in the semi-finals, or Germany if they win Group H and bypass the quarters. Then, of course, you’re looking at the reigning and record champions United States in the final.

Route as Group F winners Potential Opponent
Round of 16 Colombia
Quarter-Final Canada
Semi-Final England
Final United States

If Brazil were to win finish as runners-up, they’d will face the winners of Group H. After that, it’s either the Group D winners or the runners-up of Group B, where England and Canada are likely to be in the mix.

From then on it will most likely be France in the semi-final and then USWNT in the final.

Route as Group F runners-up Potential Opponent
Round of 16 Germany
Quarter-Final England
Semi-Final Brazil
Final United States

Confirmed Brazil Women’s World Cup squad

Player Name Position Age Club
Barbara Goalkeeper 35 Flamengo
Leticia Izidoro Goalkeeper 28 Corinthians
Camila Goalkeeper 22 Santos
Antonia Defender 28 Levante
Kathellen Defender 26 Real Madrid
Rafaelle Defender 31 Orlando Pride
Tamires Defender 35 Corinthians
Bruninha Defender 21 Gotham FC
Lauren Defender 20 Madrid CFF
Monica Defender 36 Madrid CFF
Luana Midfielder 30 Corinthians
Ana Vitoria Midfielder 23 Benfica
Duda Midfielder 22 Corinthians
Adriana Midfielder 26 Orlando Pride
Ary Borges Midfielder 23 Racing Louisville
Kerolin Midfielder 23 North Carolina Courage
Angelina Midfielder 23 OL Reign
Andressa Alves Forward 30 Roma
Debinha Forward 31 Kansas City Current
Marta Forward 37 Orlando Pride
Beatriz Forward 29 Palmeiras
Geyse Forward 24 Barcelona
Gabi Nunes Forward 26 Madrid CFF

Brazil players to watch at this year’s Women’s World Cup

Brazil World Cup Golden Boot contender – Andressa Alves

Marta is, of course, Brazil’s all-time top goalscorer, but just coming back from an ACL injury and now being 37 years old, it remains to be seen whether the Selecao legend can rekindle the flames of her once prolific self — who remembers her seven goals at the 2007 World Cup? In that regard, Andressa Alves could be Brazil’s most lethal force up front. She finished fifth in the 2022/23 Serie A scoring charts as Roma won the league — finishing on 12 goals, just one below team-mate and Roma’s top scorer Valentina Giacinti — and will be hoping to carry that form into the World Cup.

Brazil player to watch – Marta

However, Marta is still the pre-eminent Brazil star to keep an eye on. She embodies the panache, flair and silk of Samba football and once elicited men’s World Cup winner Gilberto Silva to remark: “It’s impossible not to admire Marta. She is inspiring all of us in Brazil and people around the world”. This will be her sixth and final World Cup, and what a career it has been.

Brazil emerging player to look out for – Angelina

Fans will have been looking forward to watching Nycole at this World Cup but the forward had to pull out on the eve of the tournament due to an ankle sprain, being replaced by Angelina. The OL Reign midfielder is an interesting prospect, also 23 years old but she hasn’t played for her club yet this season, who will make her World Cup debut this summer. Angelina has been training with the Brazil squad and has been been tried in a couple of positions by Pia Sundhage, including in defence – a good utility option?

Brazil tactical analysis & formation at the World Cup

Pia Sundhage tends to line up with a back-three, utilising overlapping wing-backs, typically Tamires and Antonia — Ary Borges has also been utilised as a No. 2 at times. However, so far at the World Cup it’s been a back four, with Ary Borges playing slightly further forward. Kathellen has been the one to drop out of the Brazilian defence with Rafaelle and Lauren the centre-back pairing, while Kerolin, Luana and Leal complete the midfield four alongside Ary. Up front Debinha has been the started, first joined by Beatriz and then Geyse.

Where are Brazil in the FIFA world rankings?

Brazil are currently eighth in the FIFA world rankings.

Who is the Brazil manager?

Pia Sundhage was named Brazil manager in July 2019.

Who is the current Brazil captain?

Rafaelle Souza is currently Brazil’s captain, though Marta will be the leader of the backroom.

How many times have Brazil won the World Cup?

Brazil are yet to win the World Cup, finishing as runners-up in 2007.

How many times have Brazil competed in the World Cup?

Brazil have competed in every World Cup to date, with 2023 being their ninth appearance.

Who has scored Brazil’s most goals in World Cup tournaments?

Marta is Brazil’s top scorer at World Cup tournaments, netting 17 goals.