The Brazilian World Cup stadiums 2014

The Brazilian World Cup stadiums 2014

Twelve stadiums will be responsible for hosting the World Cup in Brazil 2014. Far from the already dilapidated enclosures 1950, the 12 courts shall have a minimum capacity 40.000 spectators and all measures of comfort and safety called for in a work of the XXI century. We presented in Colgados for football:

1- Maracana: launched a 16 June 1950, He has undergone a major refurbishment that has taken him throughout its history to have a capacity of 200.000 people to 78.000 that will feature this summer. No longer phone booth on the pitch and the stands are closer to the players. The public does not get wet but still Maracana Maracana. It will host the grand finale, among others.

Price: 79 millions of euros.

Capacity: 78.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
15 of June, 2014 First phase Argentina Argentina's flag
vs
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia y Herzegovina
18 of June, 2014 First phase Spain Spanish flag
vs
Chile's flag Chile
22 of June, 2014 First phase Belgium Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
vs
Russian flag Russia
25 of June, 2014 First phase Ecuador Ecuador Flag
vs
Flag of France France
28 of June, 2014 Final Round 1C
vs
2D
4 of July, 2014 Quarter finals W53
vs
W54
13 of July, 2014 Final W61
vs
W62

2- Estadio Mane Garrincha: the great and historical fellow player Pele in the years 60 It has its own stadium in Brazil. A work of art capable 70.000 People who already hosted the Confederation Cup and gave birth in 1974 although now it presented completely changed. Covered all seats, outside the new Wembley reminds viewers close to allowing players greater interaction. Capacity: 70.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
15 of June, 2014 First phase Switzerland Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg
vs.
Ecuador Flag Ecuador
19 of June, 2014 First phase Colombia Colombia's flag
vs.
Flag of Ivory Coast Ivory Coast
23 of June, 2014 First phase Cameroon Cameroon flag
vs.
Brazil's flag Brazil
26 of June, 2014 First phase Portugal Portugal's flag
vs.
Ghana flag Ghana
30 of June, 2014 Knockout 1º E Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º F
5 of July, 2014 Quarter finals winner P55 Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? winner P56
12 of July, 2014 Third place Perdedor P61 Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? Perdedor P62

3- Arena Corinthians: possibly the most modern, partly because it is new. It's the future Corinthians stadium in Sao Paulo. You will have a capacity of about 70.000 viewers, but the most spectacular is perhaps not inside but outside. Outside the enclosure it will be worn by a huge LED screen 120 meters where you can watch the games and trademarks may offer its best face. After the World Cup will be reduced to 48.000 viewers. A luxury that is not yet completely finished and has cost the lives of two people. Capacity: 68.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
12 of June, 2014 First phase Brazil Brazil's flag
vs.
Croatian flag Croatia
19 of June, 2014 First phase Uruguay Uruguay flag
vs.
England flag England
23 of June, 2014 First phase Netherlands Flag of the Netherlands
vs.
Chile's flag Chile
26 of June, 2014 First phase South Korea Flag of South Korea
vs.
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium
1 of July, 2014 Knockout 1º F Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º E
9 of July, 2014 semifinals W59 Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? W60
Arena Corinthians is the most modern stadium ever built.
Arena Corinthians is the most modern stadium ever built.

 

4- Estadio Mineirao: created in 1964 and located in the city of Belo Horizonte is another who has shrunk its capacity to the World. Far is its former capacity 130.000 passing souls 64.000 viewers. Your system 1,5 MW, allows supply by solar photovoltaic electricity demand in the stadium. It will host one of the semifinals. Capacity: 64.000 viewers

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
14 of June, 2014 First phase Colombia Colombia's flag
vs.
Greece flag Greece
17 of June, 2014 First phase Belgium Flag of Belgium (civil).svg
vs.
Algeria flag Algeria
21 of June, 2014 First phase Argentina Argentina's flag
vs.
Iran flag Iran
24 of June, 2014 First phase Costa Rica Costa Rica's flag
vs.
England flag England
28 of June, 2014 Knockout 1º A Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º B
8 of July, 2014 Semifinal W57 Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? W58


5- Arena Castelao: Spain here played two games in the Confederations Cup and meet here can play if it is first knockout group. Accommodating 67.000 viewers will much too hot strength, however, viewers will fight effectively through its steps covered and air conditioning. It will host six matches of the World Cup. Capacity: 67.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
14 of June, 2014 First phase Uruguay Uruguay flag
vs.
Costa Rica's flag Costa Rica
17 of June, 2014 First phase Brazil Brazil's flag
vs.
Mexican flag Mexico
21 of June, 2014 First phase Germany Germany flag
vs.
Ghana flag Ghana
24 of June, 2014 First phase Greece Greece flag
vs.
Flag of Ivory Coast Ivory Coast
29 of June, 2014 Knockout 1º B Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º A
4 of July, 2014 Quarter finals W49 Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? W50

6- Stadium Beira-Rio. Gone is the year 69 where he inaugurated an International Portoalegre-Benfica and where fans wore cement and bricks to top it all off. Now the story is different. The enclosure has all the luxuries you want, including 289 security cameras to control their over 50.000 viewers. Topping hits a stadium spectacular that will see Messi or Ribery among others.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
15 of June, 2014 First phase France Flag of France
vs.
Honduras flag Honduras
18 of June, 2014 First phase Australia Australia flag
vs.
Flag of the Netherlands Holland
22 of June, 2014 First phase South Korea Flag of South Korea
vs.
Algeria flag Algeria
25 of June, 2014 First phase Nigeria Nigeria flag
vs.
Argentina's flag Argentina
30 of June, 2014 Knockout 1º G Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º H
Twelve stadiums will host the World Cup in Brazil.
Twelve stadiums will host the World Cup in Brazil.

 

7- Arena Fonte Nova: Salvador could not overlook this edition of the World and present a rejuvenated Fonte Nova Arena can accommodate 50.000 viewers who will be far from the exhibition that opened in 1955. His first match will be a clash star: Spain-Netherlands, Reissue of the final pass of the World Cup. a miniMaracaná.

Capacity: 50.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
13 of June, 2014 First phase Spain Spanish flag
vs.
Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands
16 of June, 2014 First phase Germany Germany flag
vs.
Portugal's flag Portugal
20 of June, 2014 First phase Switzerland Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg
vs.
Flag of France France
25 of June, 2014 First phase Bosnia y Herzegovina Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina
vs.
Iran flag Iran
1 of July, 2014 Knockout 1º H Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º G
5 of July, 2014 Quarter finals W51 Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? W52

8- Arena Pernambuco: seldom stadium construction has contributed so much to a city like Recife. The construction of the Arena Pernambuco includes a villa with a high specialty hospital, a university, a school of technology in addition to the expansion of the west line of Recife Metro. Almost nothing.

Capacity: 46.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
14 of June, 2014 First phase Ivory Coast Flag of Ivory Coast
vs.
Japan's flag Japan
20 of June, 2014 First phase Costa Rica Costa Rica's flag
vs.
Italian flag Italy
23 of June, 2014 First phase Croatia Croatian flag
vs.
Mexican flag Mexico
26 of June, 2014 First phase U.S United States flag
vs.
Germany flag Germany
29 of June, 2014 Knockout 1º D Flag of ?
vs.
Flag of ? 2º C

9- Amazonia Arena: in the Amazon, in the city of Manaus stadium it built this spectacular rises in the middle of a lost city in the middle of nature. Enjoys all possible equipment, including a retractable roof that will come in handy if the tremendous heat and expected rains make an appearance.

Capacity: 44.000 viewers.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
14 of June, 2014 First phase England England flag
vs.
Italian flag Italy
18 of June, 2014 First phase Cameroon Cameroon flag
vs.
Croatian flag Croatia
22 of June, 2014 First phase U.S United States flag
vs.
Portugal's flag Portugal
25 of June, 2014 First phase Honduras Honduras flag
vs.
Flag of Switzerland (Pantone).svg Switzerland
Manaus will have a spectacular stadium in the background Amazon.
Manaus will have a spectacular stadium in the background Amazon.

 

10-Arena Dunes: Natal has built a stadium almost to 45.000 grooves reminiscent of those raised at the World Cup in Korea and Japan 2002. Although almost the most spectacular will be out. Mall, theater, park and even an artificial lake for anyone to miss the World Cup in style.

Capacity: 43.000

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
13 of June, 2014 First phase Mexico Mexican flag
vs.
Cameroon flag Cameroon
16 of June, 2014 First phase Ghana Ghana flag
vs.
United States flag U.S
19 of June, 2014 First phase Japan Japan's flag
vs.
Greece flag Greece
24 of June, 2014 First phase Italy Italian flag
vs.
Uruguay flag Uruguay

11- Arena Pantanal: Cuirabá host the World Cup and will do so with a cozy stadium 42.000 people. No need to be big to be beautiful, comfortable and draw attention. A city very close to Paraguay where Bororo accustomed to fish with bow and arrow. And it is that Brazil has everything.

Capacity: 42.000 people.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
13 of June, 2014 First phase Chile Chile's flag
vs.
Australia flag Australia
17 of June, 2014 First phase Russia Russian flag
vs.
Flag of South Korea South Korea
21 of June, 2014 First phase Nigeria Nigeria flag
vs.
Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia y Herzegovina
24 of June, 2014 First phase Japan Japan's flag
vs.
Colombia's flag Colombia

12- Arena Bixada: Atletico Panaerense enclosure is the smallest with just 41.000 maximum capacity as spectators. It is also the oldest since its inauguration dates from 1914. Of course it has nothing to do with the current which will be in Brazil where you have to sunroofs and where Spain will close first phase against Australia.

Date Phase Team Result Team viewers
16 of June, 2014 First phase Iran Iran flag
vs
Nigeria flag Nigeria
20 of June, 2014 First phase Honduras Honduras flag
vs
Ecuador Flag Ecuador
23 of June, 2014 First phase Australia Australia flag
vs
Spanish flag Spain
26 of June, 2014 First phase Algeria Algeria flag
vs
Russian flag Russia

 

Julio Muñoz

Julio Muñoz

Journalist, specialist in international football and retro. I write in Colgadosporelfutbol.com and you can follow me at @ juliomv1982

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