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Copa America 2021 Stadiums: Iconic Maracana stadium to host final

The Brazilian government and the Brazilian Football Confederation announced on 1 June 2021, the cities of Brasília, Goiânia, Cuiabá and Rio de Janeiro as the hosts of the competition, after following CONMEBOL announced that due to rising COVID-19 cases and strict lockdown in Argentina, they were removed as hosts, Brazil will be the new host of Copa America 2021.  On 2 June, the CBF decided to use the Nilton Santos as the second stadium in Rio de Janeiro. Mané Garrincha will host the opening on 13 June, the final will be in Maracanã on 10 July.

 

Rio de Janeiro

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Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos

Capacity: 46,931 seats

Opening: 2007

Matches:

5x Group Stage

1x Quarter Final

1x Semi Final

 

Goiânia

Copa America 2021 Stadiums: Iconic Maracana stadium to host final
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Estádio Olímpico Pedro Ludovico

Capacity: 13,500 seats

Opening: 1941

Matches:

5x Group Stage

2x Quarter Final

 

Cuiabá

Copa America 2021 Stadiums: Iconic Maracana stadium to host final
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Arena Pantanal

Capacity: 41,390 seats

Opening: 2014

Matches:

5x Group Stage

 

Brasília

Copa America 2021 Stadiums: Iconic Maracana stadium to host final
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Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha

Capacity: 72,788 seats

Opening: 1974

 

Matches:

5x Group Stage

1x Quarter Final

1x Semi Final

1x Third Place Match

 

Rio de Janeiro

Copa America 2021 Stadiums: Iconic Maracana stadium to host final
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Estádio do Maracanã

Capacity: 74,738 seats

Opening: 1950

 

Matches:

1x Final

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