How big was the live crowd of spectators at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil?
3.43 million people
World Cup attendances – additional information A total of 3.43 million people watched the 64 games of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil live in the stadium.
How many stadiums were built in Brazil?
Nearly a year after the 2014 World Cup, many of the 12 stadiums Brazil built and renovated for the event have fallen into disuse.
How many stadiums did Brazil built for the World Cup?
The stadium took 4 years to build. It’s estimated to have cost the Brazilian government $220-$300 million. Three workers died during construction. It’s one of 12 stadiums Brazil built for the 2014 World Cup.
What happened at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil?
The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil generated various controversies, including demonstrations, some of which took place even before the tournament started. Most centred on officiating, with referees coming under criticism for their performances.
What went wrong with World Cup 2014 stadium construction?
Stadium construction for the 2014 World Cup was plagued by accidents, cost overruns and delays, with eight workers dying in various accidents while building the World Cup’s 12 arenas.
Who scored Brazil’s goal against Chile in round of 16?
^ “FIFA confirms Brazil’s goal vs. Chile in Round of 16 was scored by David Luiz, not ruled an own goal by Gonzalo Jara”. NYDailyNews.com. Associated Press. 29 June 2014. Retrieved 29 June 2014. ^ “BBC Sport – World Cup 2014: Brazil had to stay in tournament – Gary Lineker”.
Why is there alcohol at the World Cup in Brazil?
FIFA demanded that Brazil allow alcohol sales at the World Cup because Budweiser, a major World Cup sponsor, was the “Official Beer of the FIFA World Cup”, a role it had played since 1986. In response, Brazil passed a law paving the way for alcohol sales in the World Cup, nicknamed the “Budweiser Bill”.