It's a common sight everywhere in Brazil to see the fun-loving natives get together spontaneously for a game of kick-about on any space they can find.
Be it that it could be an obscure back alley of any street, the famed Copacabana beaches or on those lush manicured pitches dotted around this football crazy nation, so long inches of space are made available you bound to see the Brazilians coming together to enjoy a game of street soccer.
Join host Sal Masekala of “Project Teamwork” in the following clips as he visits Florianópolis in south of Brazil, home of leading futsal (five-a-side soccer) club - ADC Florianopolis to meet up with team captain Denison Cabral and find out from him how the gospels of teamwork is spread to those players through the game of street soccer.
In these videos, Cabral and his colleagues at ADC Florianopolis, whom some Singaporeans may have seen them in action at Ngee Ann City in April, also show us how innovative products from Samsung mobile actually help the team to be the dominant force in world futsal scene.
The versatility of Android operated GALAXY S II is one such characteristic of the product that enable the team to plan their tactics on software that is made available on the gadget and little surprise that it helps the team in their recent success in this part of the world when they were crowned the “Tiger Street Football Champions”.
“Project Teamwork” is a joint collaboration by mobile communication giants Samsung Mobile with leading sports broadcaster ESPN's International Content Development group to educate people the value of teamwork through various sports.