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Stadiums of FIFA World Cup 2014

Stadiums of FIFA World Cup 2014
  • Arena de Sau Paulo, Sao Paulo This brand new venue will host six matches, including the opening game of Brazil 2014, a round 16 tie and a semi final. The stadium will have a capacity of approximately 65,807.
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    Arena de Sau Paulo, Sao Paulo This brand new venue will host six matches, including the opening game of Brazil 2014, a round 16 tie and a semi final. The stadium will have a capacity of approximately 65,807.

  • Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador The venue has a capacity of 55,000 and is home to EC Bahia and EC Vitoria. The stadium will host six games at Brazil 2014, including a round 16 match and a quarter final. This venue will host potentially epic group games with Spain taking on Netherlands and Germany playing Portugal.
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    Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador The venue has a capacity of 55,000 and is home to EC Bahia and EC Vitoria. The stadium will host six games at Brazil 2014, including a round 16 match and a quarter final. This venue will host potentially epic group games with Spain taking on Netherlands and Germany playing Portugal.

  • Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro This is the largest football stadium in Brazil, with a seating capacity of 78,800. The venue will host seven matches in total, including a round 16 tie, a quarter final and the grand final. The venue has been renovated in such a way that its heritage was retained.
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    Estadio do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro This is the largest football stadium in Brazil, with a seating capacity of 78,800. The venue will host seven matches in total, including a round 16 tie, a quarter final and the grand final. The venue has been renovated in such a way that its heritage was retained.

  • Arena Pernambuco, Recife Opened in 2013, this is a newly constructed stadium located in the suburbs of Recife. The venue will host five matches at Brazil 2014. It has a capacity of 44,248 and is the home ground for Clube N utico Capibaribe.
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    Arena Pernambuco, Recife Opened in 2013, this is a newly constructed stadium located in the suburbs of Recife. The venue will host five matches at Brazil 2014. It has a capacity of 44,248 and is the home ground for Clube N utico Capibaribe.

  • Estadio Beira Rio, Porto Alegre Constructed in 1969, the Estadio Beira Rio is located in the south of Brazil on the banks of the Guaiba River. Recently renovated, the stadium features a creative metal roof. The venue is home to SC Internacional and can hold 48,849 fans inside the stadium. The venue will host five matches, including a round 16 game.
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    Estadio Beira Rio, Porto Alegre Constructed in 1969, the Estadio Beira Rio is located in the south of Brazil on the banks of the Guaiba River. Recently renovated, the stadium features a creative metal roof. The venue is home to SC Internacional and can hold 48,849 fans inside the stadium. The venue will host five matches, including a round 16 game.

  • Estadio das Dunas, Natal Opened in 2013, the stadium has a capacity of 42,086. The stadium has been named after and inspired by large sand dunes A feature famous in the Natal region. The venue will host four group matches of the tournament.
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    Estadio das Dunas, Natal Opened in 2013, the stadium has a capacity of 42,086. The stadium has been named after and inspired by large sand dunes A feature famous in the Natal region. The venue will host four group matches of the tournament.

  • Arena Amazonia, Manaus The venue was refurbished in 2013 and has a capacity of 42,374. The stadium is made up of a metal structure, which resembles a straw basket a product famous to this region. Four group games will be played at this venue, including England's opening Group D match against Italy.
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    Arena Amazonia, Manaus The venue was refurbished in 2013 and has a capacity of 42,374. The stadium is made up of a metal structure, which resembles a straw basket a product famous to this region. Four group games will be played at this venue, including England's opening Group D match against Italy.

  • Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza Opened in 1972, and renovated for Brazil 2014, the venue now has a massive capacity of 63,903. A newly high tech white roof is able to reduce heat and cover every tier. The stadium will host Brazil's second group game, plus three more group matches and two knock out ties.
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    Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza Opened in 1972, and renovated for Brazil 2014, the venue now has a massive capacity of 63,903. A newly high tech white roof is able to reduce heat and cover every tier. The stadium will host Brazil's second group game, plus three more group matches and two knock out ties.

  • Arena da Baixada, Curitiba Historically constructed in 1914, it was refurbished in 1999 and has since been among Brazil's most contemporary stadiums. The stadium has been upgraded further for Brazil 2014, as it will stage four group matches. African giants Nigeria will play here against Iran. This is quite a small stadium with a capacity of 41,456.
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    Arena da Baixada, Curitiba Historically constructed in 1914, it was refurbished in 1999 and has since been among Brazil's most contemporary stadiums. The stadium has been upgraded further for Brazil 2014, as it will stage four group matches. African giants Nigeria will play here against Iran. This is quite a small stadium with a capacity of 41,456.

  • Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Freshly constructed for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Arena Pantanal is a nice looking stadium, particularly in the evening. The venue is ECO friendly as it has been built with an emphasis on recycled material, soil and air quality. The stadium has a capacity 43,500 and will host four group games.
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    Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Freshly constructed for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Arena Pantanal is a nice looking stadium, particularly in the evening. The venue is ECO friendly as it has been built with an emphasis on recycled material, soil and air quality. The stadium has a capacity 43,500 and will host four group games.

  • Estadio Nacional, Brasillia The stadium holds a capacity of 72,788, making it the second largest stadium in Brazil. The venue will host seven games, including a quarter final match. Cameroon against Brazil is one of the highlight games at this stadium.
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    Estadio Nacional, Brasillia The stadium holds a capacity of 72,788, making it the second largest stadium in Brazil. The venue will host seven games, including a quarter final match. Cameroon against Brazil is one of the highlight games at this stadium.

  • Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte The Mineir o is one of Brazil's largest Stadiums, with a capacity of 62,160. This newly modernised stadium will host six games for the tournament, including a last 16 game and one semi final. The Group D game between Costa Rica and England will also be played here.
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    Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte The Mineir o is one of Brazil's largest Stadiums, with a capacity of 62,160. This newly modernised stadium will host six games for the tournament, including a last 16 game and one semi final. The Group D game between Costa Rica and England will also be played here.

  • Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte The Mineir o is one of Brazil's largest Stadiums, with a capacity of 62,160. This newly modernised stadium will host six games for the tournament, including a last 16 game and one semi final. The Group D game between Costa Rica and England will also be played here.
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    Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte The Mineir o is one of Brazil's largest Stadiums, with a capacity of 62,160. This newly modernised stadium will host six games for the tournament, including a last 16 game and one semi final. The Group D game between Costa Rica and England will also be played here.

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