The exquisitely skilful Uruguayan attacker Pedro Rocha was billed as the man most likely to deal an early blow to England's dreams of footballing glory in the opening match of the 1966 World Cup finals at Wembley.
Here is the full itinerary for Brazil
A five-story building under construction collapsed last night in the Sao Paulo suburb of Guarulhos, although there were no immediate reports of casualties.
Fifa concerned at slow construction pace and Brazilian public’s protests over costs
His puma-like agility was allied to a dignified unflappability in the heat of hectic action
He was nominated by Pele in his list of the 125 greatest living footballers
Atletico Mineiro stopper Victor was angered at the end of his team's goalless draw
Construction must be accelerated to meet Fifa requirements
Demonstrations continues in a dozen cities despite government attempts to appease protesters
Protesters are full of hope that Brazil, the perennial pais do futuro (country of the future), might finally be stirring from its torpor. Numbers at the protests have backed such optimism. Over a million Brazilians flooded on to the streets on Thursday, and last night more were expected to turn out.
A million people have taken to the streets in anti-government demonstrations
23-year-old says she faced 'psychological torture' from military police after being arrested
Reports claim fans of visiting team Ceara were shot in head from passing vehicle
More than 20 years after police in Sao Paulo put down a jail riot by allegedly executing more than 100 prisoners, 26 officers have gone on trial accused of murder.
Midfielder Britto and Rafael Silva of Uniao Barbarense both wore the number five
Argentine side Tigre claim they were attacked by police and stadium staff but Fifa insists finals security worries unfounded