The 12 World football stadiums in Brazil 2014

Name: Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova

City: Salvador de Bahía

Design: Marc Duwe and Claas Schulitz

Maximum Capacity: 52.048 espectadores

Name: Estádio Beira-Rio

City: Porto Alegre

Design: Rui German (1969) – Hype Studio Architecture (reshuffle)

Maximum Capacity: 42.991 espectadores

P Alegre

Name: Estádio do Maracanã

City: Río de Janeiro

Design: Rafhael Galvão, Orlando Azevedo, Antonio Dias, Pedro Paulo Bernardes

Maximum Capacity: 74.689 espectadores

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Name: Estádio Mineirão

City: Belo Horizonte

Design: Eduardo Mender, Guimarães Júnior, Gaspar Garreto

Maximum Capacity: 58.259 espectadores

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Name: Estádio das Dunas

City: Natal

Design: Populous

Maximum Capacity: 38.958 espectadores

INAUGURACIÓN DEL ESTADIO ARENA DAS DUNAS

Name: Arena Amazônia

City: Manaos

Design: GMP

Maximum Capacity: 39.118 espectadores

Manaos

Name: Arena de São Paulo

City: Sao Paulo

Design: Aníbal Coutinho

Maximum Capacity: 61.606 espectadores

Arena de Sao Paulo

Name: Estádio Castelão

City: Fortaleza

Design: José Liberal de Castro, Gehard Ernst Borman, Reginaldo Mendes Rangel, Marcílio Dias de Luna, Ivan da Silva Britto

Maximum Capacity: 60.348 espectadores

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Name: Itaipava Arena Pernambuco

City: Recife

Design: Daniel Fernandes

Maximum Capacity: 42.583 espectadores

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Name: Arena Pantanal

City: Cuibá

Design: GCP Arquitetos

Maximum Capacity: 39.859 espectadores

Cuibara

Name: Estádio Nacional

City: Brazil

Design: Ícaro de Castro Mello, Eduardo Castro Mello/GMP (reshuffle)

Maximum Capacity: 69.432 espectadores

Brasilia

Name: Arena da Baixada

City: Curitiba

Design: Carlos Arcos (reshuffle)

Maximum Capacity: 38.533 espectadores

FIFA Secretary General, Jerome Valcke takes a tour of the Arena da Baixada during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Host City Tour on May 21, 2014 in Curitiba, Brazil.

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