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Pacaembu Stadium, Sao Paulo

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The first match at Pacaembu Stadium took place on April 27, 1940. Named after Paulo Machado de Carvalho, the stadium seats 37,952 people and has a pitch of 104 m (341.2 ft) by 70 m (230 ft). Although you’ll see a sea of seats for about 40,000 people at the stadium, the attendance record is over 71,000 for a soccer match between Sao Paulo and the Corinthians. Besides the cheering of crowds and the shouting of “goal, goal, goal,” the stadium also saw action as a pit stop in the Amazing Race and as a venue for Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Brazil. Use our Sao Paulo tourist route planner to add Pacaembu Stadium and other attractions to your Sao Paulo vacation plans.
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  • As much as the Santos do not receive the structure of new arenas, he continues welcoming as an extension of the House of everyone! Snack bars to your back, the proximity of the field and the stage of great games, well worth knowing!
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  • Firstly, Park easy on the huge Square Charles Miller, ahead the Football Museum and adjoining a sporting goods store with football uniforms of teams of Brazil and abroad, the entrance is magnificent, in the background is the Toboggan, of questionable taste but incorpordo already, is allowed to walk the track around the field without stepping on the lawn! The back of the field, has the two tennis courts (one open), the gym and the pool sport pole.
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  • a place of a lot of history to the football with your museum showing a part of the history of world football and Brazilian
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