Saturday 08 May 2021

The venues of Brazil struggle to meet the deadline of World Cup

After the spate of building various problems and the public complaints in Brazil, Fifa, which is the governing body of the world football, again and again warned that there could be “without any compromise” over delivery of the stadiums of World Cup. However with the end-of-year looming deadline of Fifa, various stadiums are well behind the schedule and Cuiaba, the host city has even told BBC that not just that it will be not capable to finish their stadium on accurate time, but there are also not sufficient rooms of hotel for the visiting fans.

Although Fifa just insisted on the minimum of 8 stadiums to host World Cup, moreover Brazil also decided to go with these twelve; such was interest and also demand from various parts of this big nation to become part of tournament.

On the other hand, in reflection, has Brazil even bitten more than it is able to chew?

In northern city of Manaus, these are concluding an arena which bears little similarity to the popular Nest Stadium of Bird in Beijing: the elaborate structure of steel which is imported from Portugal and which envelops the area of playing such as original woven basket.

However, the project that is being built with about $300m or £186m of the public money is also way behind the specific schedule.

The stern end-of-year deadline of Fifa for various stadiums to get ready is generally upon us, and in the Manaus these are against the clocks who are struggling with hot, complex design as well as tropical weather.

Although Nacional, the local team hardly attracts about 3,000 fans, officials specify that the expenditure is justified and stadium will have the purpose subsequent to World Cup.

As an intense tropical rain usually kept several of his men away from their respective tasks, Miguel Capobianco even said that teams are working for 24 hours every day.

Although several of the roof supports even yet have replaced about half of seats which are well installed, so even the co-ordinator of stadium was quite confident it will finally be seen as valuable venture.

Mr Capobianco also said that “the opportunity that World Cup offers to us is motivation, high momentum to make high investments,” as they sheltered from rain under the portion of transparent new roof which was about to finished. He even added that “The World Cup would truly help to enhance the economic development of region and city.”