Golden Team Soccer

Brazil’s soccer fans have been watching soccer on TV for years, but this is the first time a soccer game has been played on TV.

The match between Brazil and Argentina in Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday was played on the Brazilian TV channel Globo, which has been used to stream Brazil’s domestic games since the end of the 2015 World Cup.

The game started in real time and it was the first ever broadcast of a World Cup match on television.

The Brazil players played in the match, which was broadcast live on TV with the help of the Brazilian television network Globo.

Brazil’s team won the game, with Brazil claiming a 2-1 victory.

The Globo broadcast showed a team of five players who were on the field at the same time, and a coach in the dugout, the BBC reported.

The referee, Luis Almagro, said the Brazil team did not get tired in the game.