The highly anticipated 2014 World Cup from Brazil has finally arrived. Today, at 4 p.m. ET, the host nation will take the pitch against Croatia in the opening match of the tournament in the Corinthians Arena, in São Paulo.
Brazil has twelve stadiums in twelve cities ready to host a multitude of World Cup games over the next several weeks.
To better acquaint yourself with the stadiums that will host the games, FanSided has compiled a slideshow featuring stunning and informative infographics of each stadium created by copa in Brazil.
Be sure to stick with FanSided throughout the World Cup as we will have full coverage of every game, every highlight, and all the news from outside the pitch.
Below are the twelve cities and twelve arenas that will host World Cup games:
Belo Horizonte- Mineirão Stadium
Brasilia- National Mané Garrincha Stadium
Cuiaba- Pantanal Arena
Curitiba- Baixada Arena
Manaus- Amazonia Arena
Natal- Dunas Arena
Porto Alegre- Beira-Rio
Recife- Arena Pernambuco
Rio de Janeiro- Maracanã
Salvador- Fonte Nova Arena
São Paulo- Corinthians Arena