Stadiums of world cup Brazil 2014:
The stadiums that are included in the world cup in Brazil happening in 2014 are amongst some of the most impressive in the entire world. This is the first time Brazil has hosted the world cup since 1950 making it only the 5th team in world history to host the event twice. Brazil has set to build and renovate 12 stadiums for the world cup in Brazil 2014. With world cup brazil 2014 being just around the corner it is only a matter of time before we can purchase world cup tickets for these events. For now however, here is a look at the world cup stadiums for the world cup in Brazil 2014.
The Arena De Sao Paulo: This arena will be newly built from the ground up for World cup Brazil 2014, out of all of the world cup stadiums this one has been chosen to host the opening match as well. The arena can hold up to 65,807 seats and will become the permanent home of the Corinthians football club when the world cup is over.
Arena Fonte Nova: This is another new world cup stadium being built for the competition. This will be built on the site of a previous world cup stadium that was decommissioned in 2007 and built for the original 1950 world cup in Brazil. It will hold 56,500 spectators.
Arena Pernambuco: This is a new arena in Recife being build specifically for the world cup Brazil 2014. Set to be completed by June 2013 its capacity is not as large as the others at only 43,921 but it will hold quite a bit of World cup action over the course of the competition.
The Maracana: This stadium is being rebuilt for its historical significance. Many of the top moments in Brazillian football since it was built for the 1950 world cup have occurred here. It has a capacity greater than any other venue for world cup brazil 2014 as well housing up to 76,935. This is where much of the world cup action will take place including the final game.
Estadio Das Dundas: This is located in Natal and is being built as a more modern venue for the area. Two stadiums were demolished to make room for the larger and more modern one to be built making Natal a host city for the world cup. World cup tickets will be available at this venue to house 42,001 people.
The Estadio Beira-Rio: This is another historic stadium that has been around since 1969 in Brazil. Home to the Inernacional football club it has a capacity of 50,287
The estadio Castelao: This stadium was built in 1973 but is going to be renovted in time for the 2013 confederations cup. The renovation will bring about an increased capacity allowing world cup tickets for this venue to be sold to 64,165 people for a single game.
The arena Amazonia: This arena is formally known as the estadio vivaldao. The organizers are hoping to make this venue entirely renewable focused at working to reduce the impact of the Brazil world cup 2014 on the environment and the rainforest by using all green products and green energy with this venue. It ha a seating capacity of 43, 710
The arena Patanal: This is another new stadium being built for the world cup. It has a sustainable approach with regards to operation and construction modeled after the Amazonia and can house 42,928.
Arena da Baixada: This is one of the oldest stadiums being used and will have renovations undergone to make it more modern. Originally built in 1914 this stadium can hold 40,400
Estadio Mineirao: This stadium was build in 1965 and will undergo remodeling for the world cup Brazil 2014. It can hold up to 66,805 and is no stranger to talent hosting professional players such as Ronaldo at its home clubs.
Estadio Nacional: Formerly the Estadio Mane Garrincha this stadium is its replacement. Opening for the 2013 confederations cup and playing host to the first game, this stadium can house 71,412 and will host seven events making it a popular venue to get world cup tickets for.
With such great world cup stadiums being built there will be plenty of great new locations for the world cup in Brazil coming in 2014.Maracana - Rio de Janeiro