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All the "behind schedule" stadiums of the World Cup 2014



Belo Horizonte (100%)


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Fortaleza (100%)


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Salvador (100%)


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Rio de Janeiro (100%)


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Recife (100%)


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Brasília (100%)


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São Paulo (92%)


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Natal (90%)


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Porto Alegre (87%)


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Manaus (87%)


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Cuiabá (85%)


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Curitiba (82%)


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Like Qatar, our World Cup is scheduled for the winter, but the winter here begins in June. Even so, the BBC World Cup site says we have six stadiums ready, but the construction on all other stadiums are delayed.

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Even so, the BBC World Cup site says we have six stadiums ready, but the construction on all other stadiums are delayed.

BBC International. News you can trust. Pretty much.

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A fire interrupted the works at Cuiaba Stadium today. It was controlled by firemans but not sure how this will afect Cuiabá's preparation for the WC.

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just checked the news: it was just some styrofoam panels in the underground area of the stadium that combusted.

Luckily it was not a big deal. Uff!

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All the "behind schedule" stadiums of the World Cup 2014

Happy to see the progress of every stadium :) .Looks so decent ;).

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Where's the stadium for Cuiritabaleza? :blink:

Works in Curitabaleza are delayed and will not be ready in time, but Curitabaleza can be a venue for 2030 World Cup Argentina/Brazil.

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SÃO PAULO
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CUIABA
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CURITIBA
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PORTO ALEGRE
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MANAUS
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NATAL
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BEL |...................100%|
FOR |...................100%|
SAL |...................100%|
RIO |...................100%|
REC |...................100%|
BRA |...................100%|
NAT |...................94%.|
SAO |...................93%.|
POR |..................92%..|
MAN |..................90%..|
CUI |.................85%...|
CUR |................82%....|
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Bezzi,Where are the sea kelps of Porto Alegre ,they looked so delicious. :P And I see a light brown apartment is connected to the Curitiba stadium.(left down corner of 2nd pic.)Can the residents enter directly and for free?Or is this simply a part of it?

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The stadium in Porto Alegre is called Beira Rio (river edge), but it's actually a big lake. About the building, it's very close but there is no connection with the stadium. That part of the stadium was not there before. Some buildings that were too close are being demolished.

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The stadium in Porto Alegre is called Beira Rio (river edge), but it's actually a big lake. About the building, it's very close but there is no connection with the stadium. That part of the stadium was not there before. Some buildings that were too close are being demolished.

Thank you so much for answering my questions :) . I'm sure Brazil will host excellent games ;) .

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I wouldn't be that sure about it, Mr. Pallette. But hopefully your positivism wont be proved wrong.

Btw, is Mr. Bezzi a Gremista? Haha. Beira-Lago is what Gremistas call the beira-rio. That little tidbit of information sounded suspicious to me. Was that a jab towards the colorados, Mr. Bezzi?


Oh, and Natal's stadium is looking really awesome.

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I'm Flamengo. The picture looks like a sea. I just gave the correct information. The Guaíba river flows into Lagoa dos Patos and the stadium is on the edge of the lake, not the river.

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On the stadiums, the one that surprised me most compared to the render was São Paulo. I'm iking more and more this stadium. Will do well in the opening. And I agree with Pallette about the tournament. I think it will be a great world cup in various aspects.

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I wouldn't be that sure about it, Mr. Pallette. But hopefully your positivism wont be proved wrong.

Oh, and Natal's stadium is looking really awesome.

Natal's stadium at night is distinctive,good choice of photo ;) .

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I'm Flamengo. The picture looks like a sea. I just gave the correct information. The Guaíba river flows into Lagoa dos Patos and the stadium is on the edge of the lake, not the river.

I know you gave the correct information. I was more curious about your intentions. "Is he a perfectionist or was he throwing jabs at the colorados?" That was my thought process at the time. Because only recently it was officially accepted that the Guaíba is not a River, just a big Lake, even scientists proved it was a lake since the 80's.

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The others should be fine, but Curitiba...you've got your work cut out to get that done by June. Good luck... :)

Actually, they must get the stadium done by December.

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I agree... Probably FIFA will allow Curitiba to have few more weeks to deliver the stadium...

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FIFA can talk deadlines all they want. The reality is all they can do is deliver warnings to the WC organizers. The only deadline that really counts is in June when the tournament begins. So some of the stadiums won't get to have to test events? That's something FIFA can live with.

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