Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Explore The World Cup Stadiums on Google Maps

stadium4.jpg
stadium1.jpg
stadium2.png
stadium3.png

There was a lot of debate about whether they'd ever actually be finished, but Brazil's stadiums are ready and waiting for the big kick-off in a week's time.

So much so that they've even let the Google cameras in to take a look around; the result is the opportunity to virtually emulate Steven Gerrard and the boys by stepping onto the pitch at any of the 12 grounds that will be used for the tournament. In addition, there's also the chance to view Brazil's iconic painted streets, alongside some other beautiful areas of the country, including Iguaçu National Park and St. Michael of the Missions.

Just click here to take a sneaky peek round all of the grounds; England kick off on Saturday June 14th against Italy at Arena da Amazônia - click here to get a taste of it before the action begins.

Related

alli.jpg

The World's 15 Most Amazing Stadiums

hero5.jpg

15 World Cup Predictions

hero3.jpg

How to win the World Cup

main4.jpg

20 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About The World Cup

shilts2.jpg

Peter Shilton's Top 5 World Cup Moments

iusco2.jpg

Best Players Not Going To The 2014 World Cup

englandhero.jpg

All The World Cup Kits So Far

hero4.jpg

The 10 Worst World Cup Team Slogans

football3.jpg

Most shocking World Cup moments

hero1.jpg

Fantastic World Cup Team Posters

hero2a.jpg

The 10 Worst World Cup Songs

owen.jpg

Tony Cottee's Top 5 World Cup Moments

Comments

More

Boxing doesn’t need Mayweather, but MMA needs McGregor

Who doesn't love a shit-talking, hard-punching antihero?

by Sam Diss
01 Dec 2016

Whatever happened to the Premier League's youngest goalscorers?

Following the EFL Cup heroics of Liverpool youngster Ben Woodburn, we look at pubescent hotshots of yore

30 Nov 2016

Here's how the footballing world paid tribute to Chapecoense

by Joe Ellison
30 Nov 2016

The SPOTY Award nominees are boring. Try these instead

30 Nov 2016

Watch footballer pass ball to steward after mistaking him for player

Not entirely his fault...

by Dave Fawbert
22 Nov 2016

5 Vines that prove Jamie Redknapp is a master of football analysis

by Joe Ellison
31 Oct 2016

Ballon d’Or: Who’s a fraud and who's not

We weigh up the merits of the 30 footballers recently deemed the planet's best

26 Oct 2016

Luis Suarez talks English football and the toughest PL defenders

He's a lover, not a biter

19 Oct 2016

Gary Lineker talks crisps, Rooney and "Sh*t on pitch"

Crisp don Gary Lineker reminisces about the time Diego Maradona nearly fell off a balcony

by Alex Christian
19 Oct 2016

Park Ji-sung now plays for De Montfort University's student side

And can't even prevent them from getting utterly drubbed

by Tristan Cross
14 Oct 2016