Internacional's Beira-Rio closer to completion for World Cup
One of the renovated stadia that will host World Cup fixtures later this year has released pictures of one of two giant screens that will allow the crowd to see the live action, and of course replays, as they happen.
The Estadio Beira-Rio, home to Internacional, underwent its transformation in 2013 and will see a capacity crowd of 51,300 be joined by the two LED screens, each of which are 86m2.
Final work on the stadium in Porto-Alegre is well under way and it is thought to be over 97% ready for an inspection date of February 28.
The Beira-Rio will host five games at the World Cup- Australia v Netherlands; France v Honduras; Nigeria v Argentina; South Korea v Algeria and one of the Second Round fixtures on June 30th.