Pay per head sports news: Sao Paulo stadium still not ready?

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pay-per-head-world-cup-stadium-sao-pauloWith a week and a half to go until the World Cup, the 65,000-seat Itaquerão stadium in São  Paulo is still not completed.

The stadium held its last test occasion on Sunday — a diversion between Brazilian top-flight groups Botafogo and Corinthians. Because of numerous development postpones throughout the most recent 15 months, it wasn't a full dress practice.

With a week and a half to go until the World Cup, the 65,000-seat Itaquerão stadium in São  Paulo is still not completed.

The stadium held its last test occasion on Sunday — a diversion between Brazilian top-flight groups Botafogo and Corinthians. Because of numerous development postpones throughout the most recent 15 months, it wasn't a full dress practice.

Just 37,000 of the 65,000+ seats were filled on the grounds that a segment of transitory stands behind one of the objectives had yet to be affirmed for utilization by the blaze office. This comes two weeks after the development organization accountable for the task advertised that the glass top intended to ensure fans from the downpour wouldn't be finished until after the competition.

On June 12 the ~$400 million enclosure will have the opening round of the World Cup, between Brazil and Croatia, and it will do so without a leading full test occasion.

The Los Angeles Times reports that parts of the stadium were obviously unfinished, with development materials and uncovered solid around the concourse.

The stadium is great, yet its not even completed! Furthermore that is totally unsuitable. It ought to have been carried out months prior.

Three laborers passed on taking a shot at the stadium, postponing the development different times. The first FIFA due date for stadium fulfillment was Dec. 31, 2013.

Photographs from Sunday's diversion indicate that there is still a lot of work to be carried out.

The vacant stand, still yet to be affirmed for onlookers.

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