...but how many of us will get to see it?
NEWS that Brazil have signed up to play Wales in an autumn friendly will have put a huge grin on our faces.
With Brazil known for their incredible skill, charisma and sheer carnival excitement of play, the prospect of Giggs and co lining up against Ronaldo is a mouthwatering one.
What Welsh fans will find less attractive though is the reported venue of the clash - London.
The friendly is to be held at Tottenham Hotspur's 38,000-capacity White Hart Lane in the north of the city.
That is little more than half the number who would be able to attend if the game was played at the Millennium Stadium.
It means thousands of Wales fans who regularly attend home matches will not be able to see the national team play against the side still ranked number one in world football.
And there is also the possibility that tickets will be snapped up by Londoners before Wales fans can get their hands on any.
The game has still to be officially confirmed by the Football Association of Wales but the Brazilian FA says it will go ahead on September 5, three days after Wales' first Euro 2008 qualifier with the Czech Republic.
FAW officials said yesterday that negotiations between the two associations are ongoing but it seems likely the match will go ahead.
And that would mean a travelling and ticketing headache for Wales fans, many of whom would have just flown back from the Czech Republic.
Wales fan Gwilym Boore, director of G l - Wales's first purpose-built five-aside football centre - said he would only attend if it is classified as a home game, to keep up his attendance record.
He said, "You can't blame the FAW for taking a fixture against Brazil because it's not going to be done with supporters in mind.
"But if you do go to London, it's effectively another day-and-a-half off work with the travelling.
"It's a pain because it's come just after the game in the Czech Republic but it's the same as if we were playing a double-header in the qualifying matches.
"If it's down as an away game I'll give it a miss but not if it's a home game.It depends how it's classified, if it's classified as a home game then it's irritating - it sounds to me just like an exhibition match and the FAW can't reject the opportunity.
"Brazil are playing Argentina in a game at Arsenal before and that is much less convenient for their fans. And it could be worse for us, it's not like we're having to travel to distant places in Eastern Europe.
"I would think it's being organised with some pay off for Wales which would mean them playing in Cardiff in the near future."
The last time the teams met at the Millennium Stadium in 2000, Wales lost 3-0. It was one of Wales' first games at the stadium, before a capacity crowd of 72,500.
The game was also the first international football match in Britain to be played indoors, as the roof of the newly-built stadium was kept closed. Elber, Cafu and Rivaldo were the scorers for Brazil on that night.
In 1991, Wales famously beat the Brazilians 1-0 at the old National Stadium with Dean Saunders netting the only goal of the game.
Probably the two teams' most famous encounter came in 1958 in the World Cup. Wales' star-studded and talented side was narrowly beaten by a Brazil team containing a 17-year-old player by the name of Pele, pictured - who scored the only goal of the game.
Wales might well have beaten the competition's eventual winners had the great John Charles not been injured after receiving some over-the-top treatment from opposition players in previous matches.
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