Fifa World Cup 2014: host cities

Updated: Jun 12, 2014 18:06 IST

12 cities across Brazil will play host to matches at Fifa World Cup 2014. A look at some of them.Altitude: Sea level.Climate: June and July are Rio's coolest months, but the daily temperature peak is typically 25C. Those months tend to be dry, but humidity remains fairly high all year.Time Zone: GMT -3 hours.Where is it?: On the Atlantic coast, close to the Tropic of Capricorn.Fixtures: 15 June, Argentina v Bosnia-Hercegovina, 23:00; 18 June, Spain v Chile, 20:00; 22 June, Belgium v Russia, 17:00; 25 June, Equador v France, 21:00; 28 June, Second-round, Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D, 21:00; 4 July, Quarter-final, Winner Second-round 5 v Winner Second-round 6, 17:00; 13 July, World Cup final, 20:00.
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12 cities across Brazil will play host to matches at Fifa World Cup 2014. A look at some of them.Altitude: Sea level.Climate: June and July are Rio's coolest months, but the daily temperature peak is typically 25C. Those months tend to be dry, but humidity remains fairly high all year.Time Zone: GMT -3 hours.Where is it?: On the Atlantic coast, close to the Tropic of Capricorn.Fixtures: 15 June, Argentina v Bosnia-Hercegovina, 23:00; 18 June, Spain v Chile, 20:00; 22 June, Belgium v Russia, 17:00; 25 June, Equador v France, 21:00; 28 June, Second-round, Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D, 21:00; 4 July, Quarter-final, Winner Second-round 5 v Winner Second-round 6, 17:00; 13 July, World Cup final, 20:00.

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