Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Jornal Mário Filho Stadium or so-called Maracana Stadium is a football stadium located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This stadium is the biggest stadium in South America and Brazil. It has a capacity of 95,000 seats. Used for the 1950 FIFA World Cup and the final of the FIFA World Cup 2014. This stadium is the home club Flamengo and Fluminense FC CR.
Historically, because everyone in Brazil likes soccer (football), the Brazilian Parliament to make the stadium with a capacity of 125,000 seats, with offices in Rio de Janeiro. Unfortunately, the place and even then is likely to be expanded. The stadium was deliberately built for the sake of World Cup 1950 to accommodate 200,000 fans overwhelmed the two teams who competed in the World Cup there in 1950. This historic stadium to spend $ 40 million for restructuring costs in the United States.
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