FIFA announce 2013 Confederations Cup cities

May 12, 2011 at 23:24 1 comment

The Maracanã

FIFA have named the five cities and stadiums that will host the Confederations Cup in Brazil in 2013. They are: Rio de Janeiro (Maracanã), Belo Horizonte (Mineirão), Porto Alegre (Beira-Rio), Brasília (Estádio Nacional) and Salvador (Fonte Nova).

All five venues are currently undergoing reconstruction in time for the World Cup in 2014.

The city of São Paulo hopes to stage the opener in 2014 but as yet work on Corinthians new stadium, the Arena Itaquera (Fielzão), has not started.

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  • 1. Daniel Powell  |  May 14, 2011 at 15:59

    Might want to crack on with that new stadium of corinthian’s, after all the problems with wembley! These things take time>>>

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