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Twelve stadiums have been selected to host the 2014 Football World Cup in Brazil. Over £ 550 million has been invested in new stadiums and upgrades to existing stadiums in twelve cities. More than half the stadiums that will be used to host World Cup matches were built specifically to host games during the tournament.
|Estadio do Maracana||Estadio Mane Garrincha||Arena Pernambuco|
|Rio de Janeiro||Brasilia||Recife|
|Capacity: 76,395||Capacity: 70,042||Capacity: 46,154|
|Bowl, 2 tiers||Bowl, 2 tiers||Bowl, 2 tiers|
|Estadio Mineirao||Arena Fonta Nova||Arena Pantanal|
|Capacity: 62,547||Capacity: 56,000||Capacity: 42,968|
|Bowl, 2 tiers||Bowl, 3 tiers||2 grandstands|
|Arena Das Dunas||Arena Da Baixada||Estadio Castelao|
|Capacity: 42,086||Capacity: 43,981||Capacity: 64,846|
|Bowl, 2 tiers||Box, 4 stands||Bowl, 2 tiers|
|Arena Corinthians||Arena Amazonia||Estadio Beira-Rio|
|Sao Paulo||Manaus||Porto Alegre|
|Capacity: 68,000||Capacity: 42,374||Capacity: 51,300|
|4 grandstands||Bowl, 2 tiers||Bowl, 2 tiers|
The stadiums used for the World Cup will range in size from the 42,086 seater Arena das Dunas in Natal, to the 76,935 seater Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro. Extensive infrastructure upgrades have accompanied the construction and refurbishment of the 2014 World Cup stadiums, with a focus on upgrading transport facilities to and from the host cities and their stadiums.
Click through on our stadium profiles for more information, including maps, stadium history and specifications along with World Cup fixtures and results for each stadium.