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  • The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brasilia

    Estadio National

    Estadio National ©Ricardo Tulio Gandelman/Flickr

    Located in the western part of the central region of the country, Brasilia is the capital city of Brazil. The city of nearly 3 million Brazilians, Brasilia is a beautiful city with exceptional architecture and an impressive stadium that you will here about later.

    Brasilia is cultivating a rich football culture as it is home to two prominent clubs, the Brasiliense Futebol Clube and the Sociedade Esportiva do Gama. For all those interested in the events of the 2014 World Cup, below you will find everything you want to know about the role of the city in the games.

    Estadio National Mane Garrincha

    The second largest of the 12 stadiums hosting matches during the World Championship, the Estadio National Mane Garrincha has got over 72 thousand seats for football fans. The arena was originally built in 1974 and completely renovated for the 2014 games: metal roof, new facade, lowered pitch for a better view, it became almost brand new.

    Estadio National

    Estadio National Ricardo ©Tulio Gandelman/Flickr

    Matches hosted by Brasilia

    The Estadio National will host 7 matches in total, including one of the semi-finals. Check out all the knockout matches in the table and you can decide which one you would like to see – on TV or live…

    Knockout matches in Brasilia
     Date Time Team 1 Team 2
    June 15  13:00  Switzerland flag Switzerland Ecuador flag Ecuador 
    June 19  13:00  Colombia flag Colombia  Cote d'Ivoire flag Cote d’Ivoire 
    June 23  17:00  Cameroon flag Cameroon  Brazil flag Brazil 
    June 26  13:00  Portugal flag Portugal  Ghana flag Ghana 

    Stay in Brasilia for the World Cup

    For the date of each match in Brasilia we have found the cheapest hotel deals for each day, so you do not have to worry about hotel costs after you have paid for a flight to Brasilia and a ticket for the match.

    Hotel deals
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    Motel Colorado June 15 2014/
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    Nobile Suites June 26 2014/
    June 27 2014

    Airfares to Brasilia from the US

    The only airport serving the capital city is commonly known as Brasilia International Airport (IATA code: BSB). Mostly domestic flights arrive to the airport from all over the country operated by Avianca Brazil, TAM Airlines or Gol Transportes Aereos – just to mention the largest ones.

    Brasilia International Airport

    Brasilia International Airport ©Andreia Bohner/Flickr

    If you are flying from the United States, you can travel from Atlanta, GA with Delta Air Lines or from Miami, FL with American Airlines.

    If you travel to Brazil for the World Cup book everything, flight, hotel, tickets and so on well in advance. Everything will be sold out very soon, especially affordable staff!

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