Carlos on Brazil
Roberto Carlos talks to Guillem Balague about what it's like to play for the world's most football-mad country.
In an honest interview, the Brazilian legend discusses his thoughts ahead of the World Cup this summer and ruminates over whether his country will claim their sixth title.
Why I Love the World Cup - Evans
Ieuan Evans tells Sky Sports why he loves the World Cup
New York based designer, James Campbell Taylor, has produced posters of every World Cup so far - representing the vast array of cultures the tournament can provide.
Taylor's gallery includes a new design for the 1966 World Cup, while offering his alternative poster for this year's tournament in Brazil.
One to watch
No.24 - Oscar
A mainstay of the Brazil squad with 29 caps to his name at just 22 years of age, the Chelsea maestro is poised to play a prominent part for A Seleção as they look for their sixth World Cup triumph, spurred on by a home crowd. Oscar's potential is such that Jose Mourinho was happy to let Juan Mata leave to accommodate him.
Who to follow
No.24 - @Cynegeticus
Paulo Freitas is Sky Sports' correspondent for South America - and will be a fountain of knowledge for all things concerning Brazil this summer. Freitas has an extensive knowledge of Luiz Felipe Scolari's squad, and will providing a daily insight into Brazil's dangermen. He's also the the Brazilian Head Researcher for the Football Manager series.
World Cup greats
No.24 - Romario
The controversial striker scored five times as Brazil won the 1994 World Cup on penalties. Having made a solitary appearance at the 1990 tournament, Romario was the star man four years later and alongside striker partner Bebeto fired Brazil to the final, scoring the winner in the semi-final. He also scored a penalty in the final's shoot-out with Italy.