- Two Brazilian States Bypassed Biddings to Hire German Company Suspected of Bribery
The governments of the states of Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais hired without bidding the German company Mauell, a subsidiary of Bilfinger in Brazil, to supply equipment to the Integrated Command and Control Centers (IACC) in two World Cup host cities.
Published on 03/27/2015 - 09h08
- Brazilian Government Limits Football Clubs Spending to 70%
Football clubs will have to limit their gross revenue spending on professional football by 70%.
Published on 03/20/2015 - 09h33
- Neymar Reaches 39 Goals in Barcelona, Ties Romário and Surpasses Maradona
Striker Neymar scored this Sunday (15) for Barcelona and helped the team reach a score of 5-0 over Levante during the Spanish Championship.
Published on 02/17/2015 - 09h54
- Mineirão Receives Signed Shirt from German World Cup Winners
An event as surprising as Brazil's 7-1 thrashing at the hands of Germany at last year's World Cup is not easily forgotten, especially given that Brazil were playing at home.
Published on 02/10/2015 - 09h06
- Brazilian Woman Aims to Become Stand Up Paddle World Champion for Second Time
Next Friday (6), Nicole Pacelli, 23, is due to compete in the Stand Up Paddle World Championship, hoping to become champion for a second time.
Published on 02/03/2015 - 09h20
- With Almost No Fans, State Championships Begin in World Cup Arenas
After spending almost US$ 746 million to build World Cup stadiums with the argument that they also serve to revitalize regional football, Amazonas, Rio Grande do Norte and Mato Grosso have started their state championships without the promised party.
Published on 02/02/2015 - 08h51
- Inaugurated Seven Months Ago, World Cup Arena Pantanal Is Closed for Repairs
Inaugurated seven months ago, the Pantanal Arena, in Cuiabá, was closed by the State government of Mato Grosso for repairs.
Published on 01/23/2015 - 09h30
- Former Football Player's Family Puts Award Up for Sale to Fund Medical Treatment
Santos Football Club's most iconic object - the medal awarded to players after winning the club's second world title in 1963, may now help pay for the former player's Alzheimer treatment.
Published on 01/16/2015 - 09h14
- Private Sector Paid for Only 7% of the World Cup Stadiums
Official figures from the federal government show that the private sector paid for only 7.2% of the final cost of the 12 stadiums built or renovated for the 2014 World Cup.
Published on 01/07/2015 - 09h10
- Medina's Success Provides New Momentum for Brazilian Surfing
Riding on the success of world champion surfer Gabriel Medina, Brazil's most successful national surfing championship is due to return in 2015.
Published on 12/24/2014 - 08h00