Having photographed football in Brazil for two decades, no one understands the country’s passion for the sport better than Christopher Pillitz. From Brazil’s sun-kissed beaches to its densely populated favelas, Pillitz reveals the sport as Brazil’s religion. His bold and brightly colored photographs show players of every age and walk of life.
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