Teams: Germany, Ghana, Portugal, USA
Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador
Games: Germany vs. Portugal (16 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.
Estadio das Dunas, Natal
Games: Ghana vs. USA (16 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.
Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza
Games: Germany vs. Ghana (21 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.
Arena Amazonia, Manaus
Games: USA vs. Portugal (22 June)
Did you know? In the heart of the Amazon, the sustainable, rainwater-collecting stadium is built to resemble a straw basket. Oh, and England played their opener here, in case you hadn't noticed.
Arena Pernambuco, Recife
Games: USA vs. Germany (26 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: Portugal vs. Ghana (26 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.
Tivoli Sao Paulo Mofarrei, Sao Paulo
Rooms: 220 rooms
Meeting Space: 11 meeting rooms with a capacity for up to 1,100 people
The Palms, Campinas
Distance from Sao Paulo: 97km
Meetings space: A total capacity of 3,700 people across 36 rooms
Radisson Hotel Maceió, Alagoas
Distance from Rio de Janeiro: 2,079km
Meetings space: Six meeting rooms with a capacity for 30-800 people
Germany opted to build its own private, purpose-built training base in Porto Seguro names Campo Bahia. The facilities include 14 two-storey houses where the team will stay.