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Federação Brasileira de Sports

1914-1916

CBF1914

Federação Brasileira de Football

1916-1917

CBF1915

Confederação Brasileira de Desportos

1917-1938

Brasil 1930 logo

Until 1979, all the National sports teams of Brazil were managed by Confederação Brasileira de Desportos (Brazilian Sports Confederation).

1938-1950

Brasil 1938 logo

1950-1954

Brasil 1950 logo

1954-1958

Brasil 1954 logo

1958-1962

Brasil 1956 logo

1962-1967

Brasil 1962 logo

1967-1974

Brasil 1967 logo

1974-1976

Brasil 1971 logo

The three stars were added on the top, to represent the three World Cup titles won by Brazil.

1976-1980

Brasil 1976 logo

Confederação Brasileira de Futebol

1980-1985

Brasil 1980 logo

In 1980, the new logo with the CBF acronym (which was the new denomination, Confederação Brasileira de Futebol) and the Jules Rimet cup is introduced.

1985- April 1, 1991

Brasil 1985 logo

The circle with "Café do Brasil" coffee grain logo was withdrawn from the shield possibly due to FIFA prohibiting sponsorship on national teams jerseys.

April 1, 1991-present

CBF logo (shield only)

April 1, 1991-July 17, 1994

CBF 3 Star

During the 1994 FIFA World Cup three stars sat above the shield, which became four after Brazil won it.

July 18, 1994-June 30, 2002

CBF 4 Star

July 1, 2002-December 18, 2022

July 1, 2002-February 16, 2014
CBF logo (five green stars, with wordmark)

A fifth star was added after Brazil won the 2002 FIFA World Cup.

February 17, 2014-December 18, 2022
CBF logo (five green stars, no wordmark)

December 19, 2022-present (coming soon)

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