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Arena da Floresta
Arena da Floresta
Full name Arena da Floresta
Location Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil
Opened December 17, 2006
Owner Acre State Government[1]
Surface Grass
Capacity
20,000[1]
Field dimensions
100 m x 75 m
Tenants
Rio Branco-AC

Arena da Floresta (English: Forest Arena) is a multi-use stadium in Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 20,000.[1] It was built in 2006.

History

The stadium, built in 2006, was inaugurated on December 17 of that year, when Rio Branco-AC beat Brazil national under-20 football team 2-1.[2] The stadium's attendance record currently stands at 23,000, set on that match.[1]

References

Coordinates: 10°00′08″S 67°48′14″W / 10.00222°S 67.80389°W / -10.00222; -67.80389


Arena da Floresta
Full name Arena da Floresta
Location Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil
Opened December 17, 2006
Owner Acre State Government[1]
Surface Grass
Capacity
20,000[1]
Field dimensions
100 m x 75 m
Tenants

Rio Branco-AC

Arena da Floresta (English: Forest Arena) is a multi-use stadium in Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 20,000.[1] It was built in 2006.

History

The stadium, built in 2006, was inaugurated on December 17 of that year, when Rio Branco-AC beat Brazil national under-20 football team 2-1.[2] The stadium's attendance record currently stands at 23,000, set on that match.[1]

References

Coordinates: 10°00′08″S 67°48′14″W / 10.00222°S 67.80389°W / -10.00222; -67.80389


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