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At 17, Pelé made his debut for Brazil and became the youngest player in a World Cup final, where he scored 2 goals to help his team beat Sweden.
Pelé plays on the winning Brazilian national team at his second FIFA World Cup in Chile.
After England won in 1966, Brazil made a triumphant comeback in 1970, netting Pelé his third contribution to helping his national team lift the coveted trophy.
Always having been a passionate advocate for children’s rights, Pelé was awarded the International Peace Award for his work with UNICEF.
Atari made the game ‘Pelé’s Soccer’, arguably the first time that a living person was honored with a widely distributed sports video game named after him.
Received an honorary British Knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II.
He was crowned Athlete of the Century by the International Olympic Committee.
BBC Sports present Pelé with the prestigious Person of the Year award, for his lifetime achievements, on and off the field of sports.
Receives FIFA Ballon d’Or Prix d’Honneur, one of the most prestigious awards in the sport.
Pelé’s biopic “Pelé: Birth of a Legend” premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
In 2018, Pelé launched his namesake global legacy foundation, The Pelé Foundation.
In partnership with the Pelé Foundation
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