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Brazil vs. Honduras Tickets: Ticket Down Has Slashed Pricing on All Tickets for the Epic Match Between Soccer Powerhouses Brazil and Honduras in Miami on November 16th
Date:11/9/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) November 09, 2013

Ticket Down announces that they have lowered prices on tickets for the upcoming showdown between Brazil and Honduras at the Sun Life Stadium on Saturday, November 16th.

As national soccer teams continue to get ready for the 2014 World Cup being held in Brazil, there are numerous interesting matches being held around the United States to also get their fans ready. Among the intriguing matchups American fans can see with their favorite international teams are Argentina vs. Ecuador at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey; Argentina vs. Bosnia at Busch Stadium in St. Louis; and Brazil vs. Honduras at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, FL.

Brazil is widely considered one of the worldwide powerhouses in the sport and holds the record for the most World Cup victories in the history of the sport. Brazil, the current FIFA No. 11 ranked team has won five World Cup championships, one more than second place Italy. They last won the World Cup when it was held in Japan in 2002, defeating Germany 2-0 in the finals. Brazil has also advanced to two finals in which they weren't the victor, with the most recent being in 1998 when France beat them 3-0 in France.

Honduras is currently ranked as the 34th best team in the world according to FIFA and has been as high as 20. The nation hasn't had the best history in the World Cup. In their first appearance in the big tournament in 1982, they finished last in their group with two points. They didn't reach the World Cup again until 2010 and finished group play last in their bracket, scoring just a single point. The nation has qualified for the 2014 event and will be looking to reverse their for
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