The Arena, also known as Itaquerão, is located in the East Zone of São Paulo, Brasil's most populated city. The football stadium was built for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and can hold 48 thousand fans.
With 89 boxes, 59 stores, 15 elevators, 2,700 parking spaces, two restaurants, an auditorium and two sports bar, the Arena has a daring architectural project, signed by the architect Aníbal Coutinho and awarded in 2011 as the best architectural project of Brasil.
With a rectangular format and two side stands, the Arena makes it possible for fans to get closer to the field. On the East front, there is a LED panel of 170m x 20m, and on the West front, there is a glass panel made of 1350 pieces. The Arena has two large screens of 30m x 7.5m, the largest in the world in a football stadium. See the videos in 360 degrees.
During the Rio 2016 Games ™, the Arena will host ten soccer matches, including the semifinal of the men's and women's bronze's decision.
The sports store is open daily from 10:00 to 6:00 pm.
Avenida Miguel Ignácio Curi, 111, Itaquera - São Paulo - São Paulo
The closest metro stations are Corinthians-Itaquera (East entrance) and Artur Alvim (West entrance), both from line 3. Check the subway map. You can also arrive at the Arena by train (CPTM). The closest stations are Coral and Corinthians-Itaquera, both from line 11.
You can also arrive at the Arena by car. Check nearby parking lots.
Several bus lines arrive at the Arena. Bus lines.