World Cup Time!Mar 11th 2013

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For the first time in over 60 years, Brazil will host the 2014 World Cup, soccer biggest celebration.

The country is gearing up for a great showing and we want to be ready, in every sense of the word. Stadium renovations are under way, and so have the preparations of all the different venues and infrastructures in the different cities that will host World Cup games. Brazil has a single goal while hosting the tournament:

To ensure that the World Cup stays right at home.

The matches of the World Cup 2014 in Brazil will be staged in 12 venues, spread across 12 host cities.

STADIUM..................................Host City.

Mineirão............................Belo Horizonte.

National Stadium.........................Brasília.

Arena Pantanal.............................Cuiabá.

Arena da Baixada........................Curitiba.

Castelao....................................Fortaleza.

Arena Amazonia..........................Manaus.

Arena das Dunas............................Natal.

Beira-Rio.............................Porto Alegre.

Arena Pernambuco......................Recife.

Maracana..........................Rio de Janeiro.

Fonte Nova................................Salvador.

Arena Itaquera........................São Paulo.

Brazil has won five World Cup championships in history.

Luiz Felipe Scolari is back in charge of Brazil’s national soccer team, 10 years after leading it to the 2002 World Cup title in South Korea and Japan. The idea of having players like Cassio, Casemiro, Ganso, Dedé, Pato, Kaka, Robinho, Leandro Damiao and Neymar practicing together sporadically before the big date in the summer of 2014, and getting into Felipe Soclari’s groove, will surely get Brazil that much closer to facing the World Cup as a top contender next summer.

(source: voxxi.com huffingtonpost.com)

So make sure to get your TICKETS and enjoy the World Cup!

Passa a bola Brazil! Let’s go Brazillll!


Article by: Virna Souza [BrazilChicago]

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