According to locals, travelling time has been reduced and the stadium has placed Itaquera on the world map
The pitch, which was laid down in June also drew the attention of the delegation made up of representatives from the federal government, FIFA and the Local Organising Committee during the visit this Monday, to the stadium that will be the stage of the World Cup opening match
Stadium has seen an increase in the pace of the finishing work being done in several work fronts, such as toilets, stairs, floorboards and internal and external walls. Delivery date has been set for December 2013
The stadium in São Paulo will be the stage of six 2014 FIFA World Cup matches, including the opening game
The fourth module of the roof's west sector has been put up
São Paulo was the last destination of the visits paid to stadiums in 2012. Fifty-eight per cent of the ground should be finished by the end of November
Stage of the opening of the 2014 World Cup, at the end of July, 45.17% of the stadium had been built.
Resources correspond to 46% of the total construction related investment in the venue
Pictures were taken by the developer last week. The Itaquera Arena will be the stage of the World Cup’s opening match
The monitoring team from the Brazilian Ministry of Sport visits stadiums, airports and urban mobility works monthly to show through pictures and videos what is being done in each of the twelve 2014 World Cup host cities. Below, the World Cup Portal publishes videos that show the development of the constructions works at the stadiums that will be the venues of the 2014 World Cup and the 2013 Confederations Cup.