Teams: Spain, Netherlands, Chile, Australia
Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador
Games: Spain vs. Netherlands (13 June)
Did you know? The stadium complex – in Brazil’s first capital city – will house a panoramic restaurant, museum of football, shops, hotels and a concert hall.
Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba
Games: Chile vs. Australia (13 June)
Did you know? The stadium’s nickname is ‘O Verdão’ (The Big Green), due to its strong sustainable credentials and proximity to Brazil’s Pantanal tropical wetlands.
Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre
Games: Australia vs. Netherlands (18 June)
Did you know? Nicknamed the ‘Gigante do Beira-Rio’ (The Giant of Beira-Rio), the largest ground in southern Brazil is home to the Internacional club and will be revamped for 2014.
Maracanã – Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, Rio de Janeiro
Games: Spain vs Chile (18 June)
Did you know? One of the world’s most famous arenas, The Maracana is the biggest in Brazil and once held 200,000 fans. Rio’s second most popular tourist attraction will host seven matches, including the World Cup Final on July 13.
Arena da Baixada, Curitiba
Games: Australia vs. Spain (23 June)
Did you know? Also known as Estadio Joaquim Americo, the home ground of Atletico Paranaense was built in 1914 and renovated in 1999.
Arena de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
Games: Netherlands vs. Chile (23 June)
Did you know? It is hoped that construction of the brand-new home of world-famous club Corinthians will aid development of one of Sao Paulo’s most deprived areas.
Alfredo Gottardi Centre, Curitiba
Distance from Sao Paulo: 409km
Meetings space: N/A
Toca da Raposa, Belo Horizonte
Distance from Rio de Janeiro: 452km
Meetings space: N/A
Caesar Park Rio de Janeiro Ipanema by Sofitel, Rio de Janeiro
Rooms: 221 rooms
Meetings space: Seven meeting rooms with a capacity for 14-90 people
Hotel Ilha Boi, Vitoria
Distance from Rio de Janeiro: 521km
Meeting Spaces: Nine meeting rooms with a capacity for 10-300