July 18 – Australian movement technology company DorsaVi, known for its wearable sensor technology, signs deal with Sao Paulo FC… Chelsea launches new website for an “improved experience” at Stamford Bridge.
June 20 – They came, they saw… and England were conquered. But away from the football, how are fans experiencing the Brazil World Cup. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson spoke to England supporters in Sao Paulo.
June 20 – Uruguay celebrate a 2-1 victory over England at Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo…Ticketless Chilean fans stormed Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana media centre… More inside. Compiled by Nicole Bennett.
June 15 – FIFA president is booed in Brasilia… Brazil’s politicians and Blatter have no place on stadium big screens… No comments to British press pack in mixed zone after Spain-Holland… Empty seats explained. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Salvador.
June 10 – With anti-World Cup protests possible ahead of kick-off, FIFA tries to deflect attention away from the cost of preparations and the massive profits it will pocket… Blatter praises tournament organisers, saying it will be a “great event”. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports from Sao Paulo.
June 9 – Efficient airport operations in Sao Paulo… Stadium fails to dazzle… Significant work needed on sponsors’ hospitality areas… Media cafeteria under development! INSIDER editor Mark Bisson reports from Sao Paulo.
June 6 – Buildings throughout Brasilia are illuminated in green and yellow to celebrate the 2014 World Cup…Protests in Sao Paulo nearly shut down Arena Corinthians, venue for the opening match. More inside. Compiled by Nicole Bennett.
June 3 – National teams train for Brazil 2014… The International Broadcasting Centre opens in Rio… Artists and football fans across Brazil get in the mood for the tournament kicking off next week. More inside. Compiled by Nicole Bennett.
June 2 – Around 40,000 of a possible 70,000 seats were open for Sunday’s final test match at Itaquerao.
May 30 – FIFA concerned that Natal, Porto Alegre and Sao Paulo won’t be ready… Ronaldo reveals his shame about infrastructure… FIFA launches a social, online and mobile hub for the tournament. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.