World Cup Tickets
It’s never too early to start thinking about World Cup tickets, and GoTickets.com will be ready with the best soccer tickets for all the matches in Brazil. We can get you there with futbol tickets for every game from the first round to the championship game. Check out our great selection of 2014 FIFA World Cup tickets and make your plans to be in Brazil for the world’s biggest sporting event.
2014 FIFA World Cup Schedule
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World Cup 2014 Ticket Information
The next World Cup begins June 12, 2014. It will be the second time that Brazil has hosted soccer’s biggest event. The last time that Brazil hosted the World Cup was way back in 1950, so needless to say Brazilians are excited to have it back. Finding World Cup tickets will be no easy task, but rest assured that GoTickets will have a great selection. If you plan on making it to South America, be sure to buy your 2014 World Cup tickets from GoTickets.
There are a total of 12 venues for the World Cup in 2014. Notable cities include Rio de Janiero, Sao Paulo, and Salvador. The World Cup Final will be played on July 13th at Estadio do Maracana in Rio. The last World Cup was held in South Africa and saw Spain walk away with the trophy. Brazil is expected by many soccer experts to make a deep run in the World Cup 2014. The passionate soccer fans that reside in Brazil will be snatching up tickets to the World Cup by the handfuls, and should be very helpful as the Brazilian National Team looks to hoist their ninth World Cup.
The world’s best soccer players will gather in South America for arguably the biggest sporting event of all. Much like the Olympics, the World Cup comes only once every four years which it makes it all the more special to soccer fans, and makes World Cup tickets in 2014 all the more in demand.
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World Cup Stadiums & Seating Charts
Estadio do Maracana – Rio de Janiero, RJ
Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha – Brasilia, DF
Arena de Sao Paulo – Sao Paulo, SP
Estadio Castelao – Fortaleza, CE
Estadio Mineirao – Belo Horizonte, MG
Estadio Beira-Rio – Porto Alegre, RS
Arena Fonte Nova – Slavador, BA
Arena Pernambuco – Recife, PE
Arena Pantanal – Cuiaba, MT
Arena Amazonia – Manaus, AM
Arena das Dunas – Natal, RN
Arena Baixada – Curitba, PR