SaoPaulo600The Arena Corinthians, known as the Arena de São Paulo throughout the World Cup, hosted Brazil v Croatia in the opening match of the tournament and will also be the venue for England v Uruguay on Thursday. Normally it has a capacity of 48,234 but that has been extended to 61,606 with temporary seats.

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