Sustainability Report – FIFA World Cup, 2014

Sustainability Report – FIFA World Cup, 2014

This document, delivered by FIFA, introduces the sustainability projects of the last FIFA World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

Staging the FIFA World Cup™, the biggest single-sport event in the world, involves a broad range of activities, including major investment in stadiums and infrastructure, transporting millions of people to the matches and Fan Fests while catering for their health and safety, dealing with waste in the stadiums, recruiting and training thousands of volunteers, providing an event that is accessible for everyone, and servicing the 32 participating teams and world media.

This scale inevitably has an impact on society and the environment that must be mitigated. It also represents a unique opportunity to create a positive legacy in the host country. FIFA and the LOC recognise the responsibility that comes with organising this mega-event. Concrete steps are being taken towards sustainability, creating best practices for other major sporting events, and hopefully inspiring others to pursue and implement sustainability initiatives.

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