383 sets of brothers have played at the same time and 103 on the same team, 104 once opening day comes with the upton brothers on the Braves
The Wright brothers (Orville and Wilbur) were the first team to make a successful air flight.
The Wright brothers (Orville and and Wilbur) were the first team to make a successful air flight.
Both, Phil and Gary Neville, played for the premier league club - Manchester United.
It was honduras, with the three Palacios brothers, Johnny, Jerome and Wilson.
Champ Bailey and Boss Bailey. They played on the same team in 2008, Denver Broncos.
Rafael and Fabio
Earl Campbell has younger brothers, Tim and Steve, that are twins. They also played football at UT. Earl is not a twin.
40 years ago.
Peyton and eli manning
I would have to say maybe 15 pairs
Jerome & Kevin-Prince Boateng
Nick played on a team at one point, but I'm not sure if his brothers ever did. I'm sure they play it for fun, though.
Keith and Jim Fahnhorst (49ers in 1985)
The Vikings have EJ and Erin Henderson. Both of them are linebackers.
The Sutter Brothers, had 6 out of 7 brothers in the NHL. Behind them is the Staal brothers they currently have all 4 brothers in the NHL. And behind them is The Niedermayer brothers have two brother in the NHL, the Niedermayer brothers are both the only brothers to ever play for the same NHL team .
Rory and Tony Underwood.
NO! BUT, there have been 18 sets of brothers to play in the Super Bowl, one set having three brothers, but none have ever faced each other. Only 2 sets have played in the same Super Bowl but were on the same team. Glenn & Lyle Blackwood for the Dolphins twice (1983 & 1985) and Archie & Ray Griffin for the Bengals (1982). Keith and Jim Fahnhorst were both on the 49ers in Super Bowl 85 but Jim was inactive for the game.
Gary and Phillip Neville when they played for Manchester United circa 1990's. Ashley and Andy Cole (no relation) played together in the England national team for a while.
It was Honduras with the Palacios brothers Wilson, Johnny and Jerome.
Eddie Mathews played for the Braves in Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta.