World Cup 2014

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Maracanã Stadium, in Rio de Janeiro

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be held in Brazil from June 12 to July 13, 2014. It will be the second time the tournament is staged in Brazil.

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Host cities[edit]

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The following cities will play host to matches during the tournament:

  • Belo Horizonte – 4 group matches, 1 round-of-16 match, and 1 semi-final match
  • Brasília – 4 group matches, 1 round-of-16 match, 1 quarter-final, and the 3rd place match.
  • Cuiabá – 4 group matches.
  • Curitiba – 4 group matches.
  • Fortaleza – 4 group matches, 1 round-of-16 match, and 1 quarter-final match.
  • Manaus – 4 group matches.
  • Natal – 4 group matches.
  • Porto Alegre – 4 group matches and 1 round-of-16 match.
  • Recife – 4 group matches, and 1 round-of-16 match.
  • Rio de Janeiro – 4 group matches, 1 round-of-16 match, 1 quarter-final, and the final match.
  • Salvador – 4 group matches, 1 round-of-16 match, and 1 quarter-final.
  • São Paulo – 4 group matches including the opening game, 1 round-of-16 match, and 1 semi-final match.

Venues[edit]

  • Amazônia Arena (Vivaldo Lima Arena), Manaus. Capacity: 42,374.
  • Baixada Arena (Estádio Joaquim Américo Guimarães), Curitiba. Capacity: 41,456.
  • Beira-Rio Stadium (Estádio José Pinheiro Borda), Porto Alegre. Capacity: 48,849.
  • Corinthians ArenaSão Paulo. Capacity: 65,807.
  • Castelão (Estádio Plácido Aderaldo Castelo), Fortaleza. Capacity: 64,846.
  • Dunas Arena (João Cláudio de Vasconcelos Machado), Natal. Capacity: 42,086.
  • Fonte Nova Stadium (Arena Professor Octávio Mangabeira), Salvador. Capacity: 56,500.
  • Mané Garrincha Stadium (Estádio Nacional de Brasília), Brasília. Capacity: 70,064.
  • Maracanã Stadium (Estádio Mário Filho), Rio de Janeiro. Capacity: 76,804.
  • Mineirão (Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto), Belo Horizonte. Capacity: 62,160.
  • Pantanal ArenaCuiabá. Capacity: 42,968.
  • Pernambuco ArenaRecife. Capacity: 44,248.

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The emergency line in Brazil is 190.

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