STADIUMS

STADIUMS
The World Cup matches will be played in a total of 12 stadiums.

Estádio MineirãoLocation: Belo Horizonte
Capacity: 62,500
Status: Ready
Games: 6
Estádio Nacional Mané GarrinchaLocation: Brasilia
Capacity: 71,000
Status: Ready
Games: 7
Arena PantanalLocation: Cuiabá
Capacity: 42,900
Status: Under renovation
Games: 4
Arena da BaixadaLocation: Curitiba
Capacity: 43,000
Status: Under construction
Games: 4
Estádio CastelãoLocation: Fortaleza
Capacity: 64,800
Status: Ready
Games: 6
Arena da AmazôniaLocation: Manaus
Capacity: 42,300
Status: Ready
Games: 4
Arena das DunasLocation: Natal
Capacity: 42,000
Status: Ready
Games: 4
Estádio Beira-RioLocation: Porto Alegre
Capacity: 56,000
Status: Ready
Games: 5
Arena PernambucoLocation: Recife
Capacity: 46,000
Status: Ready
Games: 5
Estádio do MaracanãLocation: Rio de Janeiro
Capacity: 78,000
Status: Ready
Games: 7
Arena Fonte NovaLocation: Salvador
Capacity: 55,000
Status: Ready
Games: 6
Arena de São PauloLocation: São Paulo
Capacity: 65,800
Status: Under construction
Games: 6

World Cup Brazil 2014 stadiums

This video shows characteristics of the host cities and the World Cup Brazil 2014 stadiums. Many photos are not taken of the real stadiums, for the simple reason that the construction and renovation are still in progress. However it gives a clear idea which stadiums will be used for the World Cup 2014. Ignore the stadium names though, some have been replaced with the current names.