Among other nationalities, Brazil is one of the most represented countries in the English Premier League, evident in the historical record of players who have competed in the league.
Historically, some of the most prominent Brazilian players who have played for an EPL team include Oscar, Ramires, Roberto Firmino, Fernandinho, Juninho, etc.
This season, we have some new Brazilian players alongside household names like Richarlison, Douglas Luiz, Alisson Becker, etc.
List of Brazilian players in the Premier League 2023/2024
Alisson Becker (Liverpool FC)
Between the sticks for Liverpool FC, Alison is not just one of the best Brazilians but one of the most highly rated in Europe.
The 31-year-old goalkeeper won every trophy with Liverpool, including the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League, Club World Cup, etc.
Antony (Manchester United)
Highly rated signing (£86m) from Ajax, Antony made the anticipated switch to Old Trafford as one of the promising wingers in Europe.
Although he is yet to hit his prime level in the Premier League, he has ample time to make it to the highest level amid the ups and downs he’s faced lately.
Thiago Silva (Chelsea FC)
A veteran who showed to be a leader on the pitch. Thiago Silva moved to England and successfully made an immediate impact at Chelsea.
So far, he’s won the UEFA Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup, his first after eight years.
Joelinton (Newcastle United)
Perhaps one of the biggest names in the Premier League right now, Joelinton is part of the army under Eddie Howe that has held the Premier League.
Neto (AFC Bournemouth)
Rated as one of the best goals in the EPL, Neto is on course to making a name for himself in the English top flight.
The 34-year-old is on the books for AFC Bournemouth and has made some spectacular performances.
Lucas Paquetá (West Ham United)
A rare gem increasingly becoming a centre of attraction, Lucas Paquetá gradually established himself as one of the most creative midfielders.
He played a significant role in the team’s triumph in the UEFA Europa Conference League.
João Pedro (Brighton Hove Albion)
One of the fastest-rising forwards, João Pedro, moved to Brighton Hove Albion in the new season from Watford and has had an immediate impact.
Pedro is a creative forward with a good record in front of goal, even though he is not at the highest level.
Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal FC)
Gabriel Jesus’ success in the Premier League cannot go unnoticed, from his time at Manchester City to becoming the key man in the Arsenal frontline.
Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle United)
Ranked among the best midfielders in the Premier League, Bruno Guimaraes is the difference maker in Newcastle United’s midfield.
Casemiro (Manchester United)
Real Madrid legend Casemiro switched to Manchester United and immediately became one of the mainstays of the midfield. He helped the club to lift the EFL Cup.
Ederson (Manchester City)
Ederson has been one of the most consistent players in the Premier League, having won the number one spot in Pep Guardiola’s squad at Manchester City.
Although the citizens boast one of the best defences, the Brazilian has made some spectacular saves that make him stand out.
Richarlison (Tottenham Hotspur)
Richarlison, from the Blue side of Merseyside, switched to Tottenham Hotspur to play a more significant role at a higher level.
Although it has not been all roses, he has been regaining his best form in North London.
Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
Part of Mikel Arteta’s army at the Emirates Stadium, Gabriel Martinelli remains one of the key players at Arsenal.
Gabriel Magalhães (Arsenal)
Arsenal’s defence has been much better, with some meaningful contributions from Gabriel Magalhães, one of the most reliable options at the back.
Diego Carlos (Aston Villa)
Diego Carlos laces his boots for Aston Villa. The defender moved to the EPL after a successful stint at Sevilla.
Douglas Luiz (Aston Villa)
Douglas Luiz is a household name in English football. The midfielder has continued to make a name for himself at Aston Villa since joining from Manchester City.
Emerson Royal (Tottenham Hotspur)
Emerson Royal plays for Tottenham Hotspur. He is also not new to English football.
Andreas Pereira (Fulham FC)
The former Manchester United star is now in the books of Fulham. So far, he has been in good form for the Cottagers.
Willian (Fulham FC)
From leading the Chelsea frontline to Fulham, Willian reminds us of the days when the Brazilian trio, including Ramirez and Oscar, ruled the Premier League with Chelsea.
João Gomes (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
João Gomes plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Matheus Cunha (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Matheus Cunha is one of the Brazilian contingents in the EPL. The Former Atletico Madrid star is now in the books of Wolves.
Carlos Vinícius (Fulham)
Carlos Vinícius has achieved a place in Marco Silva’s plans at Fulham. So far, he’s played a significant role as the Cottagers continue with their excellent form
Danilo (Nottingham Forest)
Danilo plays as a midfielder for Nottingham Forest.
Murillo (Nottingham Forest)
Murillo is a centre-back who is also in the books of Nottingham Forest.
Rodrigo Muniz (Fulham FC)
Rodrigo Muniz is the centre forward in the books of London-based Fulham.
Vinícius Souza (Sheffield United)
Vinícius Souza settled at Sheffield United after loan stints at Mechelen and Espanyol. This season, he has been an integral part of the team.
Vitinho (Burnley FC)
Vitinho is in the books of newly promoted Premier League side Burnley FC.