Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro is of the most iconic soccer temples in the world. It was built for the World Cup of 1950, and fully renovated for the World Cup 2014. The main entrance with the statue of Bellini is where panoramic city tours stop for a quick photo. But, if you are interested, you can visit the stadium itself on guided visits offered daily! And, if you are lucky, even enjoy a match in person.


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The Olympic National Sports Complex is a multi-use sports and recreation facility in Kyiv, Ukraine, located on the slopes of the city’s central Cherepanov Hill, Pechersk Raion. The stadium is the premier sports venue in Ukraine and the second largest in Eastern Europe after Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. The complex beside its stadium also features several other sports facilities and is designed to host the Olympic Games (the stadium hosted some football matches at the 1980 Summer Olympics).
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Estádio Joaquim Américo Guimarães, commonly referred to as Arena da Baixada , is a football stadium in the Água Verde neighborhood of Curitiba, Paraná. Opened in 1914, it is the home stadium of Atlético Paranaense, who also own and operate it. The stadium will be one of the host venues for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
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Estádio Olímpico Monumental (Monumental Olympic Stadium, in English) also known as Estádio Olímpico de Porto Alegre (Porto Alegre Olympic Stadium), or simply Estádio Olímpico, was a football stadium in the city of Porto Alegre, in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, with a maximum capacity of 45,000 people. The stadium was owned by Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense. Inaugurated in September 1954, the stadium was the home field of the Grêmio football club before being replaced by Arena do Grêmio in December 2012.
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Architects Josep Soteras Mauri and Francesc Mitjans Miró created a stadium project based on a structure in concrete and steel with 2 rings of continuous tiers. The upper ring lowers to give way to a roof structure above the main tribune. The roof contains 26 supporting beams in steel and has a simple profile that narrows towards the playing field. In the early years, the stadium had a capacity of 93 000 spectators.


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It was Francesc Miró-Sans, president of FC Barcelona in 1953, that took the initiative to build a new stadium after an electoral campaign. There was a strong cry to build a new stadium for the all mighty Catalan club. The campaign was represented with the slogan: “We need, we want and we’ll have a new stadium!”. After just 4 months upon approval of the project, works started at Camp Nou, the New Stadium as it is named in Catalan. The stadium was finally inaugurated in 1957. Officially it is named L’Estadi.


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Estadio Azteca (Aztecs Stadium) is the only stadium to have hosted two World Cup finals (in 1970 and in 1986).
The stadium was projected by the architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Rafael Mijares Alcerra. The name of the stadium, Aztecs, is a homage to the ancient society that lived in the region. The stadium is built on lava ground of the extinguished volcano Xitle. Construction began in 1962 with the appointment of 12 architects, 34 engineers, 15 technicians, and 800 workmen that continuously worked to erect one of worlds largest stadiums.IMG_3596

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