Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho - Estadio Do Maracana Seating Plan
Details of Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho - Estadio Do Maracana and the Ticket Luck value
FIFA 2014 is around the corner and all the major venues of Brazil are ready to host a number of football matches. The newly renovated, Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho - Estadio Do Maracana is ready to accommodate almost 80,000 spectators this year. As some thrilling games take place at the arena, make sure you have Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho - Estadio Do Maracana tickets in hand to catch the action live.
Opened in June 1950, Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho is an open air stadium which was referred to as the world's largest stadium at the time of its inauguration. The arena recorded an attendance of 199,854 fans in 1950 in a game played between Brazil and Uruguay. Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho is a venue that is said to be perfect from every aspect ranging from sitting arrangements and acoustics to audience view and cleanliness of the premises. Today, the venue has a capacity to accommodate almost 80,000 spectators making Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho, Brazil's and South America's largest stadium. In order to provide the attendees with the best experience at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the stadium authorities went through a renovation project in 2013.
The previous concrete roof has now been replaced with fiberglass which covers 95% of the seats inside the stadium. A new one-tier seating bowl has been constructed and the seats are painted with fresh and attractive colors. All those who have previously attended a sports event or a live concert at Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho, will see a major difference in the overall design and setup of the place. All these renovations have been done to make the 2014 FIFA World Cup a memorable experience for all the football fans living in or travelling to Brazil from other countries. Some of the games to be played here include Chile vs. Spain and Argentina vs. Bosnia. So don't miss live action and be ready with your tickets.