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Berlin StadiumOlympic Stadium - where the World Cup matches are being played in Berlin. The Final will be played here on the 9th July.

Fan Festival

The boulevard between Belin's two famous monuments - Brandenberg Gate and the Siegessaulle - will become a fan festival with giant screens to show all the football action.

World of Football

A replica of the Olympic Stadium, where up to 10,000 people are able to watch every game in an 'authentic' stadium atmosphere.


These are the games being played at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. This stadium was built for the 1936 Olympic Games, and renovated at a cost of $380 million. The capacity of the ground is 66,021 and the population of the city 3.39 million.

Date Group Teams Time
Tuesday 13 June F Brazil v Croatia 2000
Thursday 15 June B Sweden v Paraguay 2000
Tuesday 20 June A Ecuador v Germany 1500
Friday 23 June H Ukraine v Tunisia 1500
Friday 30 June Quarter-Final 1 Winner Game 1 v Winner Game 2 1600
Sunday 9 July Final Winner Semi-Final 1 v Winner Semi-Final 2 1900

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