Arena Cachambi

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Arena Cachambi
ArenaCachambi.jpg
Image of stadium
LocationEstado Virtual da Guanabara Rio de Janeiro
OwnerCachambi CF
Capacity25,000
OperatorCachambi SAD
Field size105x68 meters
SurfaceGrass
ScoreboardPaper
BuiltFeb 2018 - Dec 2018
Opened1 Feb 2019
Guanabara 1 - 0 RUPA
Tenants

The Arena Cachambi is a football stadium located in Rio de Janeiro, Guanabara, which is the home ground of the local football club Cachambi CF. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 25,000 which makes it the second-largest football stadium in Guanabara.

History

Since its foundation in 1997, it played in the former Campo da Cachambi. That had as main entrance by Rua Cachambi (Cachambi Street), main street of the neighborhood, including given the name of the neighborhood. At the site, there was a small stadium with concrete bleachers and seating up to 10,000 people. But due to poor conservation rarely received release to receive this public. The club has run its games for 21 years at the venue between 1997 and 2018.

But in 2018, the stadium and the bleachers built in 1997 were demolished for the construction of Arena Cachambi, a modern stadium with a capacity for 25,000 people.

Construction

The total cost of construction was around C$30 million in Contos. The stadium was built between February and December 2018.

First Official Match

The first game happened on February 1, 2019. The Guanabara National Football Team won by 1 - 0 RUPA. Goal from striker Fabrício Martins, from Clube Atlético Ipanema.


See also