Created by former Brazilian international Oscar, who captained his country at the 1982 World Cup, also runs a youth development academy at the site. The small town is most famous for its hot springs, although it not particularly accessible by air, with the nearest airport ¬– Viracopos–Campinas – more than a two-hour drive away.
Their first match, against Japan, is in Recife, some 1,300 miles away and a flight time of just over two and a half hours.
They then play Colombia in Brasilia. This is a one hour flight and 496 miles from Viracopos airport. The final group match is the furthest away, 1,443 miles and two hours 55 mins to Fortaleza to play Greece.