The Caju Olympic Village, which received the competition, is considered “stadium 13” of the World Cup by FIFA President
The trophy is expected to arrive in Brazil on 22 April
Stadium's inspection is part of a series of visits that have taken the officials to Manaus and Brasilia
Delegation with officials from FIFA, Local Organising Committee and federal government visited the new stadium in Manaus this Sunday
According to Luis Fernandes, additional measures adopted to speed up construction works at the Baixada Arena will secure the city in the World Cup. Valcke encouraged fans to buy tickets and book flights
After meeting of the Local Organising Committee Management Board, the Acting Minister of Sport emphasised the increase in the number of flights and the liaison work being done to ensure the hotel sector charges fair prices
FIFA and the federal, state and municipal governments visited the stadium this Tuesday
Ronaldo was joined by Brazil’s Deputy Sports Minister Luis Fernandes and FIFA’s Communications & Public Affairs Director Walter De Gregorio. Brazil to pay a visit to the two European qualified teams, namely Italy and Spain on 21 and 23 April respectively.
During the meeting, the state presented a detailed roadmap of the final construction phases and Test Events while also discussing with FIFA and the LOC the operational set-up plan, particularly the temporary infrastructure required for the FIFA Confederations Cup starting with IT and cabling.