Arena Corinthians

Neo Química Arena, previously known as Arena Corinthians, is a sports stadium located in São Paulo, Brazil, owned, operated and used by Corinthians. It has a seating capacity of... Wikipedia

  • Former names:  Arena Corinthians (2014–2020)
  • Location:  Avenida Miguel Ignácio Curi, 111, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Public transit:  Add→ Corinthians-Itaquera
  • Owner:  Corinthians
  • Operator:  Corinthians
  • Type:  Stadium
  • Genre(s):  Sporting Events
  • Executive suites:  89
  • Capacity:  49,205, 68,727 (FIFA World Cup 2014)
  • Record attendance:  63,267 (Netherlands – Argentina, 9 July 2014)
  • Field size:  105 by 68 m
  • Field shape:  rectangular
  • Surface:  Perennial Ryegrass with Artificial Fibres (Desso GrassMaster)
  • Scoreboard:  Four high-resolution 30 by 7.5 m LED screens
  • Broke ground:  30 May 2011
  • Built:  30 May 2011 – 15 April 2014
  • Opened:  10 May 2014
  • Construction cost:  R$ 965 million, US$ 435 million, € 319 million
  • Architect:  Aníbal Coutinho, Gensler
  • Project manager:  Andrés Sánchez
  • Structural engineer:  Werner Sobek
  • Services engineer:  Frederico Barbosa
  • Main contractors:  Odebrecht
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo