Soccer is one of the most beloved sports in the world, and it has a long and illustrious history. One of the most remarkable feats in soccer is the longest unbeaten streak in history, which was set by the Brazilian team Santos FC. This incredible team went an astonishing 55 games without a loss between 1961 and 1963. The streak began on April 9th, 1961, when Santos FC defeated Botafogo 2-1.From there, they went on to win or draw every game until their streak was finally broken on August 4th, 1963. During this time, Santos FC won an impressive 43 games and drew 12. They scored an incredible total of 149 goals while only conceding 33. The streak was so remarkable that it earned Santos FC the nickname “Os Invictos” (The Invincibles). The team was led by the legendary player Pelé, who scored an astonishing 58 goals during the streak.
He was supported by other great players such as Coutinho, Pepe, and Zito. Santos FC’s unbeaten streak is still considered one of the greatest accomplishments in soccer history. It is a testament to the skill and determination of the players and coaches who made it possible. The streak has never been matched or surpassed, making it one of the most impressive records in all of sports.