Here is where the legendary late footballer Pele and the three-time World Cup winner played for during his club career, list of all the teams and their name
After the 82-year-old legendary player of the Brazilian Football Team Pele passed away this evening, football fans all over the world will be in mourning. Not just fans, the players worship him and will be grieving for his demise.
Given that Pele has been receiving treatment for colon cancer since 2021, his health has been a source of concern for a long. Pele was found to require more care earlier this month after it was discovered that he had cardiac problems in November of this year.
Pele Football Club Career, First And Last Club Name, Goals And Stats List
Pele passed away at the age of 82, and it seems reasonable to recognise his incredible career and extraordinary accomplishments now. Pele will always be remembered as a legendary player in football thanks to his three World Cup wins. He is one of the best footballers of all time and there is absolutely no doubt about it.
After scoring against Argentina in 1957 at the age of 16 years and 9 months, Pele is still Brazil’s youngest-ever goal scorer.
The passing of the greatest footballer of all time is already the biggest saddening news right now and footballers all around the world are already paying tribute to him.
Who did Pele play for?
Pele actually began his professional career at Bauru, a team where his father Dondinho was a star. Sadly, the club stopped operating in the 1960s. By then, Pele had already left, joining Santos in 1956, and that decision undertook a truly amazing career.
Pele was an extraordinary player who reportedly made 659 game appearances and scored 643 goals, and won six league titles with Santos. His time at Santos was tremendous that includes two Copa Libertadores titles, two Intercontinental Cups, one Intercontinental Supercup, and ten Campeonato Paulista victories.
Some people might be surprised to learn that Pele never played for a European team. Young South American athletes are now frequently shipped to Europe before they turn 23.
However, Pele did depart Santos in 1975 and join the North American Football League’s New York Cosmos.
Pele, who was already far into his 30s and a household name in America, scored 66 goals in 107 games. The only two teams Pele ever played for were Santos and the New York Cosmos.
For his national team, Brazil, Pele won three World Cups where he scored 77 goals in 92 games over 14 years. Not everyone can have a career like Pele’s, and Santos will always appreciate what he did for them.
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