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Old Posted May 22, 2010, 2:53 PM
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2014 FIFA World Cup (BRAZIL) - Projects and Host Cities

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be the 20th World Cup, an international tournament for football,
that is expected to take place between June and July 2014 in Brazil.
This will be the second time the country has hosted the competition,
the first being the 1950 FIFA World Cup. Brazil will become the fifth country to have hosted the FIFA World Cup twice,
after Mexico, Italy, France and Germany.




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São Paulo
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Ponte Estaiada - Brooklin Paulista - São Paulo
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Old Posted May 22, 2010, 9:05 PM
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If Costa Rica manages to qualify AND they draw a game in Manaus, consider my ticket punched! Plus that stadium looks terrific. No doubt Brazil will host an amazing tournament.
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Brazil's team does good everywhere so I expect them to do really good at home.
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I'm hoping to go to the Belo Horizonte game, as I have a lot of family there.
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Brasilia, the capital

Brasília, Federal Capital
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Im going to meet up with a bunch of friends in Porto Alegre. Can't wait.

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^^ tenho certeza que será tri legal!
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^^ tenho certeza que será tri legal!
sera o maximo.

nao aguento mais esperar...LOL
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Brazil's team does good everywhere so I expect them to do really good at home.
well, Brazil hosted the World Cup in 1950 and didnt won. In fact, its the only World Cup Winner that never won a World Cup at home. (Uruguay 1930 (1st title), Italy in 1934 (1st title), England in 1966 (first title), Germany in 1974 (2nd title), Argentina in 1978 (1st title) and France in 1998.

with exception of Germany, all other world cup nations won their first cup at home. France is the only one that only won at home at their second home World Cup.

if Brazil wins in 2014, it will be our 6th (or 7th, depending on South Africa) title and the first at home, on the second time we host a World Cup.
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Wonderful stuff!

We (Australia) are aiming to host the world cup in 18 or 22 and i can only hope that we can live up to the standard you guys are showing.

Beautiful stadiums, amazing and diverse cities!
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Wonderful stuff!

We (Australia) are aiming to host the world cup in 18 or 22 and i can only hope that we can live up to the standard you guys are showing.

Beautiful stadiums, amazing and diverse cities!
Good luck! I'd like to watch a cup there... I hope it too, and we will
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how much is this going to cost and can brazil afford it, i see today that france got euro 2016 and even though they only held the WC 12 years ago and have all the facilities in place they are still planning to spend 1.7bn euro or over $2bn on renovations
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Brazil's team does good everywhere so I expect them to do really good at home.

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It seems that Brazilians are putting a lot of effort for the FIFA World Cup. Brazil is my favorite team and I wish I could travel there to be a part of this mega event.
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It seems that Brazilians are putting a lot of effort for the FIFA World Cup. Brazil is my favorite team and I wish I could travel there to be a part of this mega event.
Hope you like it

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Here's the Google Earth treatment for the 2010 WC

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Nice!

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