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Stadia for Brazil 2014

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There are 12 stadia for the 2014 Brazil FIFA World Cup, in 12 different cities.

stadium city notes
Mineirão Belo Horizonte Planned capacity: 70,000 (upgraded)
Estádio Nacional Brasília Planned capacity: 71,500 (upgraded)
Verdão Cuiabá Planned capacity: 42,500 (new stadium)
Arena da Baixada Curitiba Planned capacity: 41,375 (upgraded)


Fortaleza Planned capacity: 66,700 (upgraded)
Arena Manaus Manaus Planned capacity: 50,000 (new stadium)

Arena das Dunas

Natal Planned capacity: 45,000 (new stadium)
Estádio Beira-Rio Porto Alegre Planned capacity: 62,000 (upgraded)
Cidade da Copa Recife Planned capacity: 46,160 (new stadium)
Maracanã Rio de Janeiro Planned capacity: 90,000 (upgraded)
Fonte Nova Salvador Planned capacity: 55,000 (new stadium)
Morumbi São Paulo Planned capacity: 62,000 (upgraded)

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