Amazon documentary to showcase Brazil’s Copa América triumph

The Pitch International agency has announced a new series of ‘All or Nothing’, which will feature the Brazilian national football team and will be made available on Amazon Prime Video.

The multi-part series will capture Brazil’s recent Copa América victory on home territory, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the team.

The series is set to launch on Amazon Prime Video early next year and will be available in over 200 countries and territories. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has provided unprecedented behind-the-scenes access for the documentary, with fans to be given a glimpse into the day-to-day routine of coach Tite and the first-team squad.

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The series will include coverage from the team’s Granja Comary training facility and in the changing room during matches. It will also feature interviews with players, coaches and managers and executive meetings.

Pitch International is an existing partner of the CBF. In 2012, the agency signed a 10-year agreement with the body to handle all organisational and commercial aspects of Brazil’s friendly matches both at home and abroad.

Jonathan Rogers, managing director at Pitch International, said: “Pitch Productions has evolved quickly into one of the leading sports documentary makers and we are excited to be able to work with our long-term partner, the CBF, to deliver this front-row seat to their latest triumph for their many fans around the world.”

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