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Three Stadiums to Miss FIFA World Cup Deadline
Sky Sports News, December 4th, 2013 11:55AM

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FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke has said he is not concerned that three of Brazil’s 12 World Cup stadium venues will not be completed by the organization’s stated deadline of Dec. 31st. While the 65,000-capacity stadium in Sao Paulo has been delayed after a crane collapsed on part of it last week, killing two, the 41,000-seater in Curitiba won’t be ready until the end of February. The 43,000-capacity stadium in Cuiaba also won’t be completed until four months before the tournament’s opening game.

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  1. Ochena Bikel
    commented on: March 24, 2014 at 2:23 p.m.
    All 3 stadiums will be ready within 1 month. Though, Brazil has passed hard situations in building up the stadiums, now they are just waiting for the grand opening of the stadiums for <a href="http://www.fifaworldcup2014livestream.com/">2014 fifa world cup</a>


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