Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Workers to star at Estadio Nacional

It may not be the pitch that will be used at the next FIFA World Cup™, though anyone who visits the construction works taking place at the Estadio Nacional de Brasilia will already be able to get an idea of what the new playing surface – set to appear within a few months – will be like.
Indeed, the workers toiling on the stadium’s construction have laid a small pitch in order to play their own private league, thus giving them the opportunity to be the first ‘stars’ to shine at the Estadio Nacional.
This stadium is set to host the opening game of the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup and seven matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, one of which will feature the Brazilian national team as well as the match for third place. The construction process is moving forward, and work has already begun on installing the final tier of the stands.
To see up-to-date pictures of the construction work at the Estadio Nacional, take a look at this gallery.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Which Seven Men Have Failed To Convince Fabio Capello They Deserve A Place At World Cup 2010?

Fabio Capello already knows the 23 men that he will take to South Africa, but is keeping his lips tightly sealed until Tuesday when the final squad is announced. 

The England manager has had close to a fortnight to examine 30 footballers, experimenting with different systems and, most importantly, testing them out in two friendly matches against Mexico and Japan. 

Monday, May 31, 2010

Felipe Melo Dismisses Reports Of Training Ground Spat With Kaka

Juventus midfielder Felipe Melo has dismissed reports of a training ground spat with Brazilian team-mate Kaka, suggesting the media had blown the whole episode out of proportion. “I was working and when I got home I saw an Italian site saying I had put a strong tackle in on Kaka. This is not true,” Melo told Globo. “I am not a bad character and would never do anything to take a team-mate out of the World Cup.”

Cristiano Ronaldo To Shine For Portugal

Real Madrid and Portugal star Pepe has spoken of his delight at being declared fit for World Cup duty and warned the rest of the world that Cristiano Ronaldo will be the man to watch in South Africa this summer. "I feel good,” Pepe told Real Madrid's official website following his lengthy recovery from the torn cruciate ligament he suffered in December.

The way to get World Cup 2010 tickets

probably every football fan dreams to watch the most important match of every four year from the seats of stadium. this year it will be hosted on newly built soccer city stadium in Johannesburg, south Africa. the stadium itself is the amazing and very beautiful, it will be real dream come true to attend final there. where you might be the witness of players becoming legends,