Doubts surrounding the readiness of the 2014 World Cup's stadiums and infrastructure have surrounded the event since work began on hosting the tournament.
Since our last update in December, though, we can now see projects becoming reality with the opening of the first World Cup stadia in Fortaleza and Belo Horizonte.
There are, however, ten more stadiums to complete.
For the moment, FIFA and the local organising committee insist that every stadium is on track for the games, while infrastructure improvements in the cities are being streamlined to ensure completion ahead of the Confederations Cup this summer and World Cup next year.
Let's take a look then at the progress of the twelve stadia set for use at the 2014 World Cup.