Essex-based company Grassform released an infographic in homage to the biggest soccer competition in the world that depicts all of the past FIFA World Cup stadiums. With just as much hype as the Olympics, the tournament has made a need for housing countries to create brand new facilities and stadiums.
The chart dates back to stadiums in 1931 that are both new and old. It features the newly-revamped Maracanã stadium that just started to be used yesterday in Brazil, the "timeless twin towers" of Wembley, which was used for the 1996 World Cup in England and Italy's Stadio Nazionale used for the 1934 World Cup, to name a few.
Not only does the chart depict these iconic coliseums, but it also provides a plethora of information about the winning teams and capacity in each one.