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The following cities played 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.
- 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 Arena, São 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 Arena, Cuiabá. Capacity: 42,969
- Pernambuco Arena, Recife. Capacity: 44,248.
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