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Maracanã Stadium - Rio de Janeiro 85 23.74%
Nacional Stadium - Brasília 108 30.17%
Castelao Stadium - Fortaleza 23 6.42%
Arena Pernambuco - Recife 81 22.63%
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Old June 22nd, 2013, 05:24 PM   #521
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I don't know to what kind of hotels do you guys go to, but I have leave all my personal belongings including my wallet, for example when I go to the hotel gym or swimming pool, totally unattended in hotels all over Europe, including Spain, and nothing ever happened to me.

And I have done it not once, not twice but a lot of times
Friends of mine have done the same all over Brazil as well, without any problem.
I can guarantee you the hotels I stay are usually excellent. That's not my point to say any country is safer than others. Most of my life I've lived in the USA.
I believe it's common sense. Using the safe is always a good idea.
A hotel room is not your home to feel so secure anywhere you go.
You never have a problem till the day you do.
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Friends of mine have done the same all over Brazil as well, without any problem.
I can guarantee you the hotels I stay are usually excellent. That's not my point to say any country is safer than others. Most of my life I've lived in the USA.
I believe it's common sense. Using the safe is always a good idea.
A hotel room is not your home to feel so secure anywhere you go.
You never have a problem till the day you do.
btw rumors says that the spanish squad has organized a "special party" in their room, thats the reason they are not talking about it.
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Old June 22nd, 2013, 06:03 PM   #523
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Brazilian Athen - Castelão Stadium - Brazil x Mexico - 2013 Confederations Cup
19/Jun/2013

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Old June 23rd, 2013, 12:08 AM   #524
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Arena Fonte Nova - Salvador

Italy 2 - 4 Brazil

48,874 spectators





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Old June 23rd, 2013, 12:11 AM   #525
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Eu esperava muito mais gente pra uma partida como essa..

É isso que dá meter a faca no preço dos ingressos.
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 12:13 AM   #526
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Eu esperava muito mais gente pra uma partida como essa..

É isso que dá meter a faca no preço dos ingressos.
Essas fotos foram tiradas no intervalo/início do jogo. Na realidade, o estádio estava totalmente lotado, PORÉM, tinham muitas pessoas que entram "sem pagar ingresso", por isso não é contabilizada no total pago. Por exemplo: a tribuna da imprensa, 5 mil pessoas (não são contabilizadas no público divulgado.)
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 12:15 AM   #527
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 02:07 AM   #528
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 05:57 AM   #529
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Fortaleza - Brazil




Sunday (23/06)

29ºC
23ºC

At 16:00 h (GMT -3)

Castelão Stadium




Nigeria
x Spain


Temperature: 28ºC
Real feel 29ºC
Wind: 16 km/h
Humidity: 71%
Chance of rain: 37%

http://www.accuweather.com/pt/br/for.../43346?hour=33
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 05:57 AM   #530
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Recife - Brazil




Sunday (23/06)

29ºC
21ºC

At 16:00 h (GMT -3)

Arena Pernambuco



Uruguay
x Tahiti


Temperature: 26ºC
Real feel: 26ºC
Wind: 14 km/h
Humidity: 68%
Chance of rain: 0%

http://www.accuweather.com/pt/br/rec.../45090?hour=33
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 11:01 AM   #531
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 03:56 PM   #532
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Spain present Nigeria with mission improbable

Saturday, 22 June 2013

FORTALEZA, Brazil: Buoyed by their record-breaking 10-0 rout of Tahiti at the Confederations Cup, Spain approach in today’s final Group B fixture against Nigeria needing just a point to secure a place in the semi-finals.

Thursday’s thrashing of the Pacific islanders made Spain the first team to win a game by a 10-goal margin at the finals of a FIFA tournament, and only the second to score 10 after Hungary’s 10-1 thrashing of El Salvador at the 1982 World Cup.

Fernando Torres scored four goals, and David Villa three, but perhaps the most pleasing aspect for coach Vicente del Bosque was the fact he was able to rest almost his entire first-choice starting XI.

Of the team that began the opening 2-1 win over Uruguay, only centre-back Sergio Ramos kept his place, and the likes of Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Cesc Fabregas could all return against Nigeria.

Del Bosque’s shrewd squad management was a key feature of Spain’s successes at the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012, and midfielder David Silva says rotation is something the players fully accept.

“We’re always ready to step up when we get the chance,” said the Manchester City midfielder, who scored twice in the Tahiti romp.

Spain’s strong start to the tournament means they go into today’s match at Fortaleza’s Estadio Castelao within touching distance of the last four.

Although they require a point to make sure of a semi-final place, they would need to lose to Nigeria by at least four goals to stand any chance of being overhauled.

The situation is rather more taxing for Stephen Keshi’s Nigeria, who were beaten 2-1 by Uruguay in Salvador on Thursday and enter today’s game level on points with the South American champions. If Uruguay, as expected, record a handsome win over Tahiti, Nigeria will only be able to reach the last four with a victory over the world and European champions, but coach Keshi says he has not given up hope.

“Everything is achievable,” he said.

Keshi’s plans for the game have been complicated by an injury to AC Milan forward Nnamdi Oduamadi, scorer of a hat-trick in the 6-1 win over Tahiti, who had to come off against Uruguay with an apparent ankle injury.

Del Bosque is expected to recall his leading lights, but Torres and Villa will each hope they have done enough to be selected ahead of Valencia striker Roberto Soldado. Meanwhile, Tahiti will bow out today after facing Uruguay to end what was a romantic adventure even if they slid to a record 10-0 loss to Spain along the way.

Despite that hiding, Tahiti coach Eddy Etaeta says it has been worth making the trip.

“We have been pleasantly surprised with our experiences in Brazil as, despite our losses, the people have been right behind us. We have won their hearts,” said Etaeta, whose team suffered a record loss in FIFA tournament history against the rampant Spanish world champions.

Their first outing had brought a 6-1 loss to Nigeria and now the Uruguayans, having beaten the African side, will look for an easy win as they attempt to deny Nigeria second spot in Group B and with it a place in the semi-finals.

The Uruguayans, struggling to impress in the Latin American zonal qualifying tournament for next year’s World Cup finals which Brazil will also host, hope that their win over Nigeria will provide a springboard as they look to recapture the form they showed in winning the Copa America in 2011.

“We are on track for a place in the last four,” said coach Oscar Tabarez, who believes veteran striker Diego Forlan can pull more goals out of the hat after his winner against Nigeria.
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 08:39 PM   #533
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I enjoyed the Brazil - Italy game very much although I thought the winners were lucky, an offside goal and Neymar cheating for his free kick goal. What I found amazing was how bad Brazil are when under pressure, totally shambolic!

Looking forward to tonight's game.,
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 08:47 PM   #534
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I enjoyed the Brazil - Italy game very much although I thought the winners were lucky, an offside goal and Neymar cheating for his free kick goal. What I found amazing was how bad Brazil are when under pressure, totally shambolic!

Looking forward to tonight's game.,
As if mistakes are not commonplace in soccer.
Italy, Argentina and France became champions under obscure circumstances way worse than the game Brazil played last night.
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 09:36 PM   #535
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Old June 23rd, 2013, 09:37 PM   #536
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Castelão - Fortaleza, CE



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Old June 24th, 2013, 12:47 AM   #537
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Goals and Public Stats
1st Phase - 2013 Confederations Cup (group stage only)

Source: http://pt.fifa.com/confederationscup/matches/index.html





Goals:
- Total of goals: 58 (group stage only)
- Average of goals: 4,83 by match (group stage only)


Highest Public Attendance (link to the source for each match):

(01) 73.123 - Italy 2 x 1 Mexico (Rio de Janeiro, 16/Jun/2013)
(02) 71.806 - Spain 10 x 0 Tahiti (Rio de Janeiro, 20/Jun/2013)
(03) 67.423 - Brazil 3 x 0 Japan (Brasilia, 15/Jun/2013)
(04) 57.804 - Brazil 2 x 0 Mexico (Fortaleza, 19/Jun/2013)
(05) 52.690 - Mexico 2 x 1 Japan (Belo Horizonte, 22/Jun/2013)
(06) 51.263 - Spain 3 x 0 Nigeria (Fortaleza, 23/Jun/2013)
(07) 48.874 - Brazil 4 x 2 Italy (Salvador, 22/Jun/2013)
(08) 41.705 - Spain 2 x 1 Uruguay (Recife, 16/Jun/2013)
(09) 40.489 - Italy 4 x 3 Japan (Recife, 19/Jun/2013)
(10) 26.769 - Uruguai 2 x 1 Nigeria (Salvador, 20/Jun/2013)
(11) 22.047 - Uruguay 8 x 0 Tahiti (Recife, 23/Jun/2013)
(12) 20.187 - Nigeria 6 x 1 Tahiti (Belo Horizonte, 17/Jun/2013)

- Total Public Attendance: 574.180 (group stage only)
- Macthes: 12 (group stage only)
- Average Public Attendance: 47.848 by match (group stage only)

Public Attendance by host city (group stage only):
(1) Rio de Janeiro: 144.929 in two matches, average of 72.464 by match
(2) Fortaleza: 109.067 in two matches, average of 54.533 by match
(3) Recife: 104.241 in three matches, average of 34.747 by match
(4) Salvador: 75.643 in two matches, average of 37.821 by match
(5) Belo Horizonte: 72.877 in two matches, average of 36.438 by match
(6) Brasília: 67.423 in one match, average of 67.423 by match



http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copa_das_Confedera%C3%A7%C3%B5es_FIFA_de_2013
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Goals and Public Stats
1st Phase - 2013 Confederations Cup (group stage only)

Source: http://pt.fifa.com/confederationscup/matches/index.html





Goals:
- Total of goals: 58 (group stage only)
- Average of goals: 4,83 by match (group stage only)


Highest Public Attendance (link to the source for each match):

(01) 73.123 - Italy 2 x 1 Mexico (Rio de Janeiro, 16/Jun/2013)
(02) 71.806 - Spain 10 x 0 Tahiti (Rio de Janeiro, 20/Jun/2013)
(03) 67.423 - Brazil 3 x 0 Japan (Brasilia, 15/Jun/2013)
(04) 57.804 - Brazil 2 x 0 Mexico (Fortaleza, 19/Jun/2013)
(05) 52.690 - Mexico 2 x 1 Japan (Belo Horizonte, 22/Jun/2013)
(06) 51.263 - Spain 3 x 0 Nigeria (Fortaleza, 23/Jun/2013)
(07) 48.874 - Brazil 4 x 2 Italy (Salvador, 22/Jun/2013)
(08) 41.705 - Spain 2 x 1 Uruguay (Recife, 16/Jun/2013)
(09) 40.489 - Italy 4 x 3 Japan (Recife, 19/Jun/2013)
(10) 26.769 - Uruguai 2 x 1 Nigeria (Salvador, 20/Jun/2013)
(11) 22.047 - Uruguay 8 x 0 Tahiti (Recife, 23/Jun/2013)
(12) 20.187 - Nigeria 6 x 1 Tahiti (Belo Horizonte, 17/Jun/2013)

- Total Public Attendance: 574.180 (group stage only)
- Macthes: 12 (group stage only)
- Average Public Attendance: 47.848 by match (group stage only)

Public Attendance by host city (group stage only):
(1) Rio de Janeiro: 144.929 in two matches, average of 72.464 by match
(2) Fortaleza: 109.067 in two matches, average of 54.533 by match
(3) Recife: 104.241 in three matches, average of 34.747 by match
(4) Salvador: 75.643 in two matches, average of 37.821 by match
(5) Belo Horizonte: 72.877 in two matches, average of 36.438 by match
(6) Brasília: 67.423 in one match, average of 67.423 by match



http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copa_das_Confedera%C3%A7%C3%B5es_FIFA_de_2013


Note that only one match was below 50% of occupancy, and nine matches were above the 87% overall. in relation to the six host cities, halft of them kept an average occupancy above 90%. Have a look:


Capacity of the stadium ticket sales according to FIFA (links to sources):
- Maracanã: 73.531
- Nacional: 68.009
- Castelão: 58.704
- Mineirão: 57.483
- Fte Nova: 52.048
- Arena PE: 42.849


% Occupancy in stadiums, match by match:

(01) 73.123 [99,4%] - Italy 2 x 1 Mexico (Rio de Janeiro, 16/Jun/2013)
(02) 67.423 [99,1%] - Brazil 3 x 0 Japan (Brasilia, 15/Jun/2013)
(03) 57.804 [98,5%] - Brazil 2 x 0 Mexico (Fortaleza, 19/Jun/2013)
(04) 71.806 [97,6%] - Spain 10 x 0 Tahiti (Rio de Janeiro, 20/Jun/2013)
(05) 41.705 [97,3%] - Spain 2 x 1 Uruguay (Recife, 16/Jun/2013)
(06) 40.489 [94,5%] - Italy 4 x 3 Japan (Recife, 19/Jun/2013)
(07) 48.874 [93,9%] - Brazil 4 x 2 Italy (Salvador, 22/Jun/2013)
(08) 52.690 [91,7%] - Mexico 2 x 1 Japan (Belo Horizonte, 22/Jun/2013)
(09) 51.263 [87,3%] - Spain 3 x 0 Nigeria (Fortaleza, 23/Jun/2013)
(10) 26.769 [51,4%] - Uruguai 2 x 1 Nigeria (Salvador, 20/Jun/2013)
(11) 22.047 [51,4%] - Uruguay 8 x 0 Tahiti (Recife, 23/Jun/2013)
(12) 20.187 [35,1%] - Nigeria 6 x 1 Tahiti (Belo Horizonte, 17/Jun/2013)



And in the host cities:

(1) Brasília: Capacity of 68.009, tkt sells of 67.423, occupancy of 99,1%.
(2) Rio de Janeiro: Capacity of 147.062, tkt sells of 144.929, average occupancy of 98,5% in two match so far.
(3) Fortaleza: Capacity of 117.408, tkt sells of 109.067, average occupancy of 92,9% in two match so far.
(4) Recife: Capacity of 128.547, tkt sells of 104.241, average occupancy of 81,1% in three matches.
(5) Salvador: Capacity of 104.096, tkt sells of 75.643, average occupancy of 72,7% in two match so far.
(6) Belo Horizonte: Capacity of 114.966, tkt sells of 72.877, average occupancy of 63,4% in two match so far.

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