The developer in charge of the building of the Corinthians Stadium, stage of the opening match of the 2014 World Cup, has published 360 degree images of the construction works of the stadium, located in the neighbourhood of Itaquera, in the city of São Paulo. At the end of July, 45.17% of the stadium had been built.
The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES), through its programme BNDES ProCopa Arenas, approved financing in the order of R$ 400 million for the building of the Corinthians Arena, in the Itaquera region in Sao Paulo, stage of the 2014 World Cup opening match.
Odebrecht, contractor in charge of the Itaquera Arena development (Stadium of Corinthians Sport Club) in São Paulo, publicised images from last week showing how much the building works have evolved. Until the 7th of May, 34.6% of the building works had been finalised.
Expected to be finished by December 2013, the venue will be the stage of six 2014 FIFA World Cup matches in total, including a quarter-final and a semi-final.
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The venue for the Opening Match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, the Arena de São Paulo is not short of public transport solutions, with two metro stations and a train station serving the stadium, making it easily accessible for fans.