Just in the nick of time, Google has added Street View data for all the World Cup stadiums to its GoogleMaps service.
With just seven days until the first match of the 2014 World Cup kicks off fans will now be able to survey the stadiums that they’ll be visiting, as well as find out how to get there by virtually walking the surrounding areas. New points of interest have also been added for these areas.
As well as these Brazilian updates, new imagery for Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru has been added to this latest release.
The first match between Brazil and Croatia kicks off on Thursday 12 June at the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paolo.