October 3, 2015

Reference: Esri Releases Three Story Maps That Offer “Panoramic View” of the World Cup

Three story maps are now available online as the World Cup 2014 is about to get underway.

Direct to the three ESRI maps.

1. World Cup Dashboard

Get up to speed on all things related to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Explore the venues that will host the games and click through each tab to learn more about the countries in each group and to see where their matches will be played. Click each country’s flag for updated results and information related to their team.

2. World Cup Venues: From Dust to Dreams

Take a closer look at the 12 stadiums hosting this year’s matches and compare the finished buildings to recent imagery taken during construction.

3. 2014 US World Cup Roster

Explore the hometowns of the 23 men named to Team USA’s roster for the 2014 World Cup.

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