• Estadio Mineirao

    Estadio Mineirao

    One of the most historic venues in Brazilian football and called home by Atletico Mineiro and Cruzeiro, the 58,170 capacity Estadio Mineirao is set to...

    Belo Horizonte
  • Estadio Nacional

    Estadio Nacional

    In keeping with one of the country’s most architecturally advanced cities, Brasilia’s 68,349-capacity Estadio Nacional is an imposing sight and the se...

  • Arena Pantanal

    Arena Pantanal

    Sustainability has been the major consideration for the new stadium in Cuiaba, as those visiting the 41,112-seater arena will be able to enjoy the 201...

  • Arena da Baixada

    Arena da Baixada

    Ever since renovation works were completed in June 1999, the historic Estadio Joaquim Americo – better known as the Arena da Baixada – has been consid...

  • Estadio Castelao

    Estadio Castelao

    Thanks to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, the main football stadium in the city of Fortaleza, home to both Ceara and Fortaleza, will be entirely refur...

  • Arena Amazonia

    Arena Amazonia

    While not one of the traditional hotbeds of Brazilian football, Manaus is sure to prove a major attraction at Brazil 2014 thanks to the Arena Amazonia...

  • Estadio das Dunas

    Estadio das Dunas

    Ever since it was inaugurated back in 1972, the Estadio Joao Claudio de Vasconcelos Machado – better known as the Machadão – has welcomed the biggest...

  • Estadio Beira-Rio

    Estadio Beira-Rio

    Built in a picture-postcard setting on the banks of the River Guaiba, the Beira-Rio is home to Porto Alegre’s Internacional, who share a fierce rivalr...

    Porto Alegre
  • Arena Pernambuco

    Arena Pernambuco

    Recife, a city whose passion for the beautiful game is without question,  is set to gain a brand-new arena in time to host five matches at Brazil 2014...

  • Estadio do Maracana

    Estadio do Maracana

    Built for the 1950 FIFA World Cup Brazil, and the setting for that year’s unforgettable decider between the hosts and Uruguay, the Maracana is set to...

    Rio De Janeiro
  • Arena Fonte Nova

    Arena Fonte Nova

    Brazil’s first capital city, Salvador will play host to six matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, with a new 51,900-capacity stadium being built...

  • Arena de Sao Paulo

    Arena de Sao Paulo

    Of the three biggest clubs in Sao Paulo, the only one which previously did not own a stadium with the necessary size and infrastructure to host games...

    Sao Paulo