2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™

12 June - 13 July

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Work continuing on Brazil 2014 stadiums

Work is progressing on the stadiums that will host matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™. The latest pictures released by Arena, the company providing technical support services to the Local Organising Committee’s stadiums project, were taken this month and show how the match venues are shaping up.

As the new images reveal, some of the new stadiums being built for the tournament are starting to take shape, with work on the foundations now complete. Meanwhile, refurbishments at existing stadiums are also moving along.

The 12 stadiums to be used at Brazil 2014 are as follows: Mineirao (Belo Horizonte), Estadio Nacional (Brasilia), Arena Pantanal (Cuiaba), Arena da Baixada (Curitiba), Castelao (Fortaleza), Arena Amazonia (Manaus), Arena das Dunas (Natal), Beira-Rio (Porto Alegre), Arena Pernambuco (Recife), Maracana (Rio de Janeiro), Arena Fonte Nova (Salvador) and Itaquerao (Sao Paulo).

Check the photo gallery to see how work is coming along at all the venues.

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