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Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador

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  • The latest edition of the Summer Festival was in the Arena. Amazing structure, easy location, good signaling. Very good staff and impeccable facilities. So much for football games or concerts, not leaves something to be desired. But few attractions outside the games.
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  • The current stadium is completely new and modern. It was built for the World Cup played in Brazil. The Dique do Tororó with beautiful statues of the deities.
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  • The arena is completely redone; the place is easy to get to and around this the Dique do Tororó. The views are made from Friday to Sunday is the value of the ticket is 53 ha.and 25 ha beside. Worth checking out!
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  • Beautiful stadium. The view to the field is amazing from every angle, regardless of whether you are at pitch level or very high up. Nice "happy hour" before the match, with live music and many food trucks. Only downside is the labyrinth path from parking lot to stadium - it doesn't make sense - but not enough to take away a star.
  • I love this stadium! It's a great place to watch soccer games! If you have the time go there for the tour! You can see where the players get ready for the game and much more!
  • Beautiful arena, but it needs better service
  • This is where was located the Estadio da Fonte Nova (Fonte Nova stadium) home of the twice champion of Brazil (1959, 1988) E.C. Bahia. Their supporters are the most passionate and faithful in Brazil. Year after year E.C. Bahia have the highest average attendance in Brazilian football, even when the club was playing in the 3rd division. Now 2012 they're playing back where they belong in the 1st division. A new stadium is being built in the same place for the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil. It will be called Arena Fonte Nova. When it's finished, football fans can expect to see beautiful shows from E.C Bahia supporters from the stands as it always happen during E.C. Bahia matches.
  • Very well built stadium. But with terrible services. We're treated like dogs. Or even worst.