Estadio Do Maracana, Rio de Janeiro
All roads lead to Rio for the World Cup final on July 13.
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The famous venue was rebuilt just in time for last summer's Confederations Cup and the world will have the chance to see the stadium in all its glory for seven matches.
With its carnival atmosphere, famous beaches and tourist attractions like Sugar Loaf Mountain and the Christ the Redeemer statue, Rio will be the most popular place to visit for fans.
England will be based there for the tournament in the five-star Royal Tulip hotel.
June 15: Group F - Argentina v Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2300 BST
June 18: Group B - Spain v Chile, 2000 BST
June 22: Group H - Belgium v Russia, 1700 BST
June 25: Group E - Ecuador v France, 2100 BST
June 28: Second round - Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D, 2100 BST
July 4: Quarter-final - Winner second round 5 v Winner second round 6, 1700 BST
July 13: Final, 2000 BST