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the before and after is amazing, that climate really does a number on concreate. now everything looks new, my favorites are Sao Paulo and Belo Horizonte. Brazilia was once a favotie but all this tim

I finally saw the Brazil vs. Chile highlight's, great stadium for a game of football and a great equalizer by Chile, what a goal!

I bet most media sites base their entire article(s) on the *forever reliable* Google image searches Researcher: Oh look! There's a picture of a beautifully finished stadium field Article Writer: B

Percentage of construction works so far:

Fortaleza...........71%

Belo Horizonte...62%

Salvador............60%

Brasília..............59%

Rio de Janeiro...54%

Cuiabá...............45%

Recife................43%

Manaus.............40%

São Paulo.........38%

Porto Alegre......30%

Natal.................23%

Curitiba.............20%

UPDATE June-July 2012

HOST CITY | Stadium | Construction progress (%) | Scheduled delivery

BELO HORIZONTE
| Mineirão Stadium |
70%
|
December 2012

BRASÍLIA
| National Stadium |
62%
|
December 2012

CUIABÁ
| Pantanal Arena |
45%
|
December 2012

CURITIBA
| Baixada Arena |
53%
|
June 2013

FORTALEZA
| Castelão Stadium |
78%
|
December 2012

MANAUS
| Amazônia Arena |
41%
|
June 2013

NATAL
| Dunas Arena |
25%
|
December 2013

PORTO ALEGRE
| Beira-Rio Stadium |
30%
|
December 2013

RECIFE
| Pernambuco Arena |
49%
|
February 2013

RIO DE JANEIRO
| Maracanã Stadium |
59%
|
February 2013

SALVADOR
| Fonte Nova Arena |
65%
|
December 2012

SÃO PAULO
| Itaquera Arena |
42%
|
December 2013
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I'm also worried about Natal... They need to put a lot of money and workers to get this stadium ready with some reasonable time for testing events.

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Soon i will post the pictures of July. The diference from last month is big. I disagree whit Dannyel. Stadiums is the last thing we have to worry, even Natal or Manaus. These cities won't participate in confederations cup, so no need to hurry.

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Soon i will post the pictures of July. The diference from last month is big. I disagree whit Dannyel. Stadiums is the last thing we have to worry, even Natal or Manaus. These cities won't participate in confederations cup, so no need to hurry.

Let's say I'm a bit worry only, but it's totally achievable to finish the stadium with a enough time for test events.

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