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THEN 1950

1950 Football
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Now 2014

2014 Country flags

WORLD CUP OF FIRSTS

First tournament where group stages were introduced. Increasing ticket sales & revenues

England were denied a goal against Germany in 2010, when Frank Lampard’s goal was wrongly judged not to have crossed the line.

Brazil 2014 will be the first tournament where goal line technology will be introduced.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

  • Uruguay_flag1930
  • Italy_flag
  • Italy_flag
  • Uruguay_flag1950
  • Germany_flag
  • Brazil_flag
  • Brazil_flag1962
  • England_flag
  • Brazil_flag
  • Germany_flag
  • Argentina_flag
  • Italy_flag
  • Argentina_flag
  • Germany_flag1990
  • Brazil_flag
  • France_flag
  • Brazil_flag2002
  • Italy_flag
  • Spain_flag

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

1,043,500
3,300,000 expected

FINAL STANDINGS

URUGUAY BRAZIL SWEDEN SPAIN
1st 2nd 3rd 4th
expected
BRAZIL10/3 ARGENTINA9/2 GERMANY5/1 SPAIN11/2

teams COMPETING

1950 Country flags 1950 Country flags 13
2014 Country flags 2014 Country flags 2014 Country flags 2014 Country flags 32

Games Played

22
64

GOALS SCORED

88
145(2010)

TOP SCORERS

ADEMIR 8 Goals
2014 favourites...
LIONEL MESSI10/1
NEYMAR10/1
CRISTIANO RONALDO16/1

ENGLAND’S STAR MAN

Sir Stanley Matthews Wayne Rooney
  • city Manaus
  • stadium Arena Amazônia
  • capacity 42,374
  • city Cuiabá
  • stadium Arena Pantanal
  • capacity 42,968
  • city Fortaleza
  • stadium Estádio Castelão
  • capacity 64,846
  • city Natal
  • stadium Arena das Dunas
  • capacity 42,086
  • city Recife
  • stadium Arena Pernambuco
  • capacity 46,154

In 1950 the stadium used in Recife was Estádio Ilha do Retiro with a 10,000 capacity.

  • city Salvador
  • stadium Arena Fonte Nova
  • capacity 56,000
  • city Brasilia
  • stadium Estadio Nacional
    Mane Garrincha
  • capacity 70,042
  • city Belo Horizonte
  • stadium Estádio Mineirão
  • capacity 62,547

In 1950 the stadium used in Belo Horizonte was Estádio Sete de Setembro with a 30,000 capacity.

  • city Rio de Janiero
  • stadium Estádio do Maracanã
  • capacity 76,935

In 1950 this was the world's largest stadium with a capacity of 199,854.

  • city São Paulo
  • stadium Arena de São Paulo
  • capacity 68,000

In 1950 the stadium used in São Paulo was Estádio do Pacaembu with a 60,000 capacity.

  • city Curitiba
  • stadium Arena da Baixada
  • capacity 43,981

In 1950 the stadium used in Curitiba was Estádio Durival de Britto with a 10,000 capacity.

  • city Porto Alegre
  • stadium Estádio Beira-Rio
  • capacity 51,300

In 1950 the stadium used in Porto Alegre was Estádio dos Eucaliptos with a 30,000 capacity.

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Stadiums

12
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6 stadiums have been built for the 2014 World Cup, with 6 being upgraded total stadium investment £550 million
Rio de Janeiro

capital city

Brasilia
52,000,000 Population201,000,000
$1.3 BILLION Gdp$2. 4 trillion

Airports

£2 billion spent upgrading
airports for the World Cup
55.3% spent overhauling the major airports in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro
3 airports privatised plans for further airports to be privatised
500,000 overseas fans expected to take 6-14 flights each
Airports in
  • Porto Alegre
  • Brasilia
  • Fortaleza
  • Cuiaba
have upgraded metro, light rail or monorail networks
Meanwhile, airports in
  • Belo Horizonte
  • Curitiba
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Recife
now have Bus Rapid Transit linking to the stadiums and city centres

Total cost

of hosting the World Cup in 2014, including stadiums, transport and security is

£8.64 billion.

£3.08 billion South Korea / Japan 2002
£3.70 billion Germany 2006
£2.46 billion South Africa 2010
£8.64 billion Brazil 2014

expected increase to Brazil's GDP

£51.12 billion.

Total cost

of hosting the World Cup in 2014, including stadiums, transport and security is

£8.64 billion.

£3.08 billion South Korea / Japan 2002
£3.70 billion Germany 2006
£2.46 billion South Africa 2010
£8.64 billion Brazil 2014
Chapman Freeborn
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