American soccer fans have a rare opportunity to witness one of the sport's storied rivalries. Argentina vs. Brazil will take place in the United States for the first time at 3 p.m. on Saturday at the 82,566-seat MetLife Stadium. The stadium is located just 10 miles west of New York in East Rutherford, N.J., and serves as the home of the NFL's New York Giants and New York Jets. Those who have previously purchased international friendly tickets for games played here were able to watch both Argentina and Brazil take on the American squad. Brazil defeated the United States by a 2-0 score in 2010, and Argentina and the U.S. tied 1-1 in 2011. Both of those games drew more than 77,000 fans. Argentina Soccer Tickets: http://www.queenbeetickets.com/
This intense rivalry dates to 1914, and people who have purchased Brazil vs. Argentina soccer tickets have witnessed one of the most evenly matched rivalries in the world. The teams have met 94 teams, and both squads have won 34 meetings. There have been 24 draws. The vast majority of these contests have understandably taken place in South America. QueenBeeTickets.com has Brazil vs. Argentina soccer tickets available at affordable prices for what will surely be an intense, exciting contest.
Argentina won the World Cup in 1978 and 1986. The country has also claimed the Copa América on 14 occasions and the Confederations Cup once. In the team’s first two games of 2012, Argentina knocked off Switzerland in Berne, 3-1, and defeated Ecuador at home in Buenos Aires by a 4-0 score. A game in Frankfurt versus Germany follows on Aug. 15 before the team returns to the qualifying process for the 2014 World Cup with a home game on Sept. 7 versus Paraguay. Argentina leads South America in World Cup qualifying with a 3-1-1 record. The top four teams automatically qualify for the event, and the fifth-place squad advances to a playoff with Asia’s fifth-place team for a World Cup berth. Brazil Soccer Tickets: http://www.queenbeetickets.com/
Brazil has won the World Cup a record five times. Those titles were claimed in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. The Brazilians do not need to qualify for the 2014 event as the country was given an automatic berth after being officially awarded hosting rights in 2007. Brazil has claimed eight Copa América titles and three Confederations Cup championships. Brazil has played four games so far in 2012. The team defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina in Switzerland, 2-1, Denmark in Germany, 3-1, and the United States in Washington, 4-1, before falling to Mexico, 2-0, in Arlington, Texas. The squad’s next game will be on Aug. 15 in Solna, Sweden, versus the Swedish national team. Soccer Tickets for Sale: http://www.queenbeetickets.com/
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