Less than a week after the World Cup ended, the world's gaze is already turning toward Brazil.
The country will host the next event in 2014, and South Africa's will be a show to beat.
FIFA has already put the pressure on the country, asking them to hurry their preparation for the stadium, including renovation and infrastructure, the AP reported.
Brazil also needs to finish work on things visitors will use, like airports.
FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke called Brazil's lack of improvement "amazing," the AP reported.
President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva defended his country's efforts.
"The World Cup in Africa is over and now everybody is asking, 'Where are the Brazilian airports? Where are the Brazilian stadiums? Where are the Brazilian trains?'" Silva said. "As if we were a bunch of idiots who didn't know how to do things and define priorities."
The AP reports that Brazil has "barely started working" on the 12 necessary stadiums and Sao Paulo doesn't have a stadium at all.