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I do think to delays stadiums to this point... To have works still happening less than six months before the World Cup is a shame.

Brazil should rethink all the laws regarding to work and tenders. We can't reach any deadlines with such stupid bureaucracy for everything.

Since the beginning I said: my biggest fear about preparations in Brazil is bureaucracy...

Meanwhile our justice system works like a turtle and "lei de licitações" be like the one we have now, Brazil is fucked...

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Well, back to pictures...

Arena de São Paulo in São Paulo

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Curitiba works getting to an end, finally

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Why are the stadiums so sterile? I hope they add some colour.

Both Curitiba and Sao Paulo are club-owned stadiums, so they carry the colors of the clubs.

Apart of it, the stadiums when packed with people tend to be very colorful.

And not to forget, we also have it:

Rio de Janeiro

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Manaus

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Valcke warns of "Race against time" as he tours Fifa World Cup Venues. Full story here - http://www.insidethegames.biz/sports/summer/football/732-world-cup/1019619-valcke-warns-of-race-against-time-as-he-tours-fifa-world-cup-venues - Source: Inside the Games.

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So is this it for Curitiba stadium? =\

Yes,

THere are better pictures in the other pages of this thread.

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Hmmm. Ok the renders were beautiful #womp . I believe it was the cheapest one though if I'm not mistaken. It looks alright

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It's the cheapest one since it's a expansion/refurbishment.

As I said in the Rio 2016 threads, I'll take a break from GB.

Not in my best mood and people here is ruining in part my excitement about World Cup at home, so see you guys back in some days/weeks.

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Curitiba's Arena da Baixada final works

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Porto Alegre's Beira Rio Stadium is totally done

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Sao Paulo is by far the most delayed venue... Anyway, the stadium still on works and part of the roof internal revestment WILL NOT BE FINISHED before the World Cup (Where is Ibirapuera and other fellow Paulistas now to said that "when SP wants, SP achieves?)

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^shame . Btw have we ever had unfinished stadiums on past editions ? Curious to know

Mineirao should've been awarded the opening.

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^shame . Btw have we ever had unfinished stadiums on past editions ? Curious to know

Mineirao should've been awarded the opening.

Yes, I can recall Brazil in 1950, Maracana was not completed, the ramps were finished only in the 60s, but I read somewhere than in South Africa part of a stadium was finished after the World Cup too.

I think Brasilia would be the one for the opening match. Enormous and beautiful stadium in the capital of the country.

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The first test in Arena Corinthians:

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Source: FIFA World Cup Facebook page

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Sao Paulo and Curitiba really worried me, but it seems that FIFA will receive all the 12 stadiums later this month. Now we just wait for the ball to roll June 12.

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Training Venue? Allianz Park in Sao Paulo Construction Updates - http://stadiumdb.com/constructions/bra/arena_palestra_italia - Source: StadiumDB.com

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They were not picked by any national team and won't be training venue.

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It's bad that Arena Corinthians won't be 100 per cent ready for the World Cup. Lining isn't ready, so the steel is exposed.

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Whatever, the World Cup COMES HOME!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHEzQ1ysfEo

Incorrect. Wembley and England is home of football, even pele said.

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Incorrect. Wembley and England is home of football, even pele said.

ESPN said Football comes home. International media wins over Brazilian citizens arguments. Do you remember? You said that trillions of times.

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