Brazil's all-time leading scorer Marta will play at her sixth Olympics after being named in the women's soccer squad for the 2024 Paris Games unveiled by coach Arthur Elias.

The 38-year-old striker, who also played at her sixth World Cup last year in Australia, said in April she will retire from internationals at the end of the year.

Marta was part of the Brazil team that claimed silver medals at the 2004 and 2008 Games.

"She brings a lot to the table, she's the greatest athlete of all time," said Elias of the Orlando Pride player. "She's playing well, she deserved to be on this list. "Marta's performance, especially after she came back to play for her club, which is fighting for the top spot in the U.S., her behavior, with or without the ball, makes all the athletes see her as an example. I have the challenge of finding a way of playing to maximize her game. But she knows that you can only win with everyone."

Elias also called up nine players who featured at last year's World Cup, where Brazil slumped out in the group stage.

The 42-year-old took over as Brazil boss after the 2023 World Cup following Pia Sundhage's exit. He has led them in 15 matches, winning 11 and losing four.

Brazil kicks off its Olympic campaign against Group C rivals Nigeria on July 25 in Bordeaux.

They also face Japan four days later at Parc des Princes in Paris and World Cup winners Spain on July 31, also in Bordeaux.