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.
The photo gallery, with the option of high resolution image download shows an overview of what the 2014 World Cup stadiums looked like at the end of the year
The new multifunctional arena in Belo Horizonte will be the stage for two important international competitions: the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2014 FIFA World Cup
External and internal demolition works, lowering of the pitch and the installing of tuned mass dampers have all been completed
The Mineirão Stadium may stage two of Brazil’s matches, in the second round and the semi-finals. In addition, FIFA decided that the capital of the state of Minas Gerais will host five of the 2014 World Cup matches
Dilma Rousseff strolled through the Mineirão works and examined the model of the future Minas Gerais state stadium, with expected delivery for December 2012