Teams: Colombia, Greece, Cote D’Ivoire, Japan
Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte
Games: Colombia vs. Greece (14 June)
Did you know? Another sustainable venture, the remodelled ‘Mineirão’ – home to Atletico Mineiro and Cruzeiro – can capture, store and re-use up to 6,270,000 litres of rainwater.
Arena Pernambuco, Recife
Games: Cote D’Ivoire vs. Japan (14 June)
Did you know? Recife is home to three famous clubs: Santa Cruz, Sport and Nautico, with the latter taking over the new stadium post-World Cup as its new home.
Estadio Nacional, Brasilia
Games: Colombia vs. Cote D’Ivoire (19 June)
Did you know? The second-largest World Cup stadium is another environmentally friendly project and will be used for concerts and major cultural events in the nation’s capital.
Estadio das Dunas, Natal
Games: Japan vs. Greece (19 June)
Did you know? The new stadium’s ‘daring undulating structure’ is designed to imitate the incredible sand dunes that the Natal area of Brazil is famous for.
Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba
Games: Japan vs. Colombia (24 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 Castelao, Fortaleza
Games: Greece vs. Cote D’Ivoire (24 June)
Did you know? The remodelled Castelao will form part of a complex with restaurants, cinemas, a hotel and an Olympic centre in preparation for Rio 2016.
President Laudo Natel Athlete Formation Centre (CFA), Cotia
Distance from Sao Paulo: 37km
Meetings space: N/A
Radisson Hotel Aracaju, Aracaju
Distance from Rio: 1,829km
Rooms: 148 rooms
Meetings space: A conference centre for up to 800 people
Oscar Inn Eco Resort, the Waters of Lindoia, Aguas de Lindoia
Distance from Sao Paulo: 180km
Meetings space: 170sqm convention hall with a capacity for 140 people and an additional 900sqm auditorium
Sport Spa Resort, Itu
Distance from Sao Paulo: 103km
Rooms: 32 apartments
Meetings space: N/A