If you’re a football (fútbol) fan, you know it’s not just a game – it’s a way of life. This summer, the 2014 FIFA World Cup has literately taken Brazil by storm. Spread across from coast to coast and the heart of Brazil, thirty two countries were unified under one roof.
“The FIFA World Cup being held in such a multi-cultural society is bound to bring people together. There are no differences in football; social classes don’t exist.”
FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter quotes that such an event will only bring people together from around the world. Brazil 2014 will involve thirty two teams and twelve host cities across the five regions of Brazil, featuring modern stadiums which have been built or renovated for the tournament. They represent the jewel in the crown of the respective cities.
Whether it is the main structure or supporting roofing and facades, steel was the material of choice for all newly build or renovated…
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