New Maracana Stadium

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The Journalist Mário Filho Stadium, better known as Maracanã, the popular Maraca ("like a rattle" in Tupi-Guarani, due to the sound of birds that lived around there), is a football /soccer stadium located in Rio de Janeiro and opened in 1950, having been used in the World Cup Football that year. Since then, the Maracanã was the scene of great moments of Brazilian and world football, as the thousandth goal of Pele, the Brazilian Championship finals, and international competitions. It was one of the scenes of the Pan American Games of 2007, receiving the football/soccer, the opening and closing ceremonies. Host the football and the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in the city of Rio de Janeiro. It is also the venue of the final match of the FIFA World Cup 2014.

 

 

R. Prof. Eurico Rabelo, Maracanã   map

Site: maracanaonline.com.br
world cup 2014 matches at maracana


    Visiting Hours:
  • Guided visit – Mon to Thu– R$ 36,00 (half price R$18,00) / Fri to Sun & hollidays – R$ 40,00 (half price R$ 20,00)
  • Non-guided visit – Mon to Thu – R$ 24,00 (half price R$12,00) / Fri to Sun & hollidays – R$ 30,00 (half price R$ 15,00)
  • Kids under 5 - free entry. Students, kids between 6 and 12, and elders older than 60 pay half price.


(Photo: Divulgação)
Aerial view of the Maracana New Complex.
Maracanã New Complex
Placing Canvas coverage reaches nearly 50% (Photo: Carlos Eduardo Cardoso/O Dia/Agência Estado)
Placing Canvas coverage reaches nearly 50% (Photo: Carlos Eduardo Cardoso/O Dia/Agência Estado)
BedRoom
(Photo: Divulgação)
Aerial view of the Maracana stadium
(Photo: Divulgação) Aerial view of the Maracana stadium

desenvolvimento:Claudia Valle