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Ready or not, Brazil opens June 12 in Sao Paulo
December 6th, 2013 1:43AM
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[WORLD CUP 2014: Schedule] Forget for a moment the stadium isn't ready -- first FIFA said Arena Corinthians would be ready by February, now mid-April a couple of days later, following a construction accident that killed two workers -- the World Cup is scheduled to start in Sao Paulo on June 12 when Brazil opens the tournament. For the complete schedule.

June 12 in Sao Paulo
A1 vs. A2    
June 13 in Natal
A3 vs. A4    
June 17 in Fortaleza
A1 vs. A3    
June 18 in Manaus
A4 vs. A2    
June 23 in Brasilia
A4 vs. A1    
June 23 in Recife
A2 vs. A3    

June 13 in Salvador
B1 vs. B2    
June 13 in Cuiaba
B3 vs. B4    
June 18 in Rio De Janeiro
B1 vs. B3    
June 18 in Porto Alegre
B4 vs. B2    
June 23 in Curitiba
B4 vs. B1    
June 23 in Sao Paulo
B2 vs. B3    

June 14 in Belo Horizonte
C1 vs. C2    
June 14 in Recife
C3 vs. C4    
June 19 in Brasilia
C1 vs. C3    
June 19 in Natal
C4 vs. C2    
June 24 in Cuiaba
C4 vs. C1    
June 24 in Fortaleza
C2 vs. C3    

June 14 in Fortaleza
D1 vs. D2    
June 14 in  Manaus
D3 vs. D4    
June 19 in Sao Paulo
D1 vs. D3    
June 20 in Recife
D4 vs. D2    
June 24 in Natal
D4 vs. D1    
June 24 in Belo Horizonte
D2 vs. D3    

June 15 in Brasilia
E1 vs. E2    
June 15 in Porto Alegre
E3 vs. E4    
June 20 in Salvador
E1 vs. E3    
June 20 in Curitiba
E4 vs. E2    
June 25 in Manaus
E4 vs. E1    
June 25 in Rio De Janeiro
E2 vs. E3    

June 15 in Rio De Janeiro
F1 vs. F2    
June 16 in Curitiba
F3 vs. F4    
June 21 in Belo Horizonte
F1 vs. F3    
June 21 in Cuiaba
F4 vs. F2    
June 25 in Porto Alegre
F4 vs. F1    
June 25 in Salvador
F2 vs. F3    

June 16 in Salvador
G1 vs. G2    
June 16 in Natal
G3 vs. G4    
June 21 in Fortaleza
G1 vs. G3    
June 22 in Manaus
G4 vs. G2    
June 26 in Recife
G4 vs. G1    
June 26 in Brasilia
G2 vs. G3    

June 17 in Belo Horizonte
H1 vs. H2    
June 17 in Cuiaba
H3 vs. H4    
June 22 in Rio De Janeiro
H1 vs. H3    
June 22 in Porto Alegre
H4 vs. H2    
June 26 in Sao Paulo
H4 vs. H1    
June 26 in Curitiba
H2 vs. H3

June 28 in  Belo Horizonte
1A vs. 2B   
June 28 in  Rio De Janeiro
1C vs. 2D   
June 29 in  Fortaleza
1B vs. 2A   
June 29 in  Recife
1D vs. 2C   
June 30 in Brasilia
1E vs. 2F   
June 30 in Porto Alegre
1G vs. 2H   
July 1 in Sao Paulo
1F vs. 2E   
July 1 in Salvador
1H vs. 2G   

July 4 in Fortaleza
W49 vs. W50   
July 4 in Rio De Janeiro
W53 vs. W54   
July 5 in Salvador
W51 vs. W52   
July 5 in Brasilia
W55 vs. W56   

July 8 in Belo Horizonte
W57 vs. W58   
July 9 in Sao Paulo
W59 vs. W60   

July 12 in Brasilia
L61 vs. L62   

July 12 in Rio De Janeiro
W61 vs. W62

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