Where can you find national football(soccer)team's(e.g. Brazil, England, etc.) schedules for the entire year

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Usually, the full schedules ( or "fixtures" as they are called in England) for most national teams are not finalized until around a few months in advance, so they dont really exist a whole year ahead, at least not in full.

    The reason for that is because national schedules only include two types of matches: friendlies and tournaments.

    Friendly games are really only intended as full-scale practice matches and are often arranged at pretty short notice, and depend on which opponents are available on a day that suits your national team ...so they can frequentlly be finalized only two months or even less before the date they are played on.

    Tournament matches, in particular the qualifying games for the World Cup and the various continental cups, are different...they are often arranged at least two years in advance, and so you should be able to find the schedule on the relevant website for the individual national soccer association for each country....for instance in England its www.thefa.com/.

  • 1 decade ago

    Usually, the full schedules ( or "fixtures" as they are called in England) for most national teams are not finalized until around a few months in advance, so they dont really exist a whole year ahead, at least not in full.

    The reason for that is because national schedules only include two types of matches: friendlies and tournaments.

    Friendly games are really only intended as full-scale practice matches and are often arranged at pretty short notice, and depend on which opponents are available on a day that suits your national team ...so they can frequentlly be finalized only two months or even less before the date they are played on.

    Tournament matches, in particular the qualifying games for the World Cup and the various continental cups, are different...they are often arranged at least two years in advance, and so you should be able to find the schedule on the relevant website for the individual national soccer association for each country....for instance in England its www.thefa.com

    Source(s): Arcadia
  • Brian
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Arcadia is right on. You can also try your specific country's website.

  • 1 decade ago

    fifa.com

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