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Brazil's Stadia are some of the most modern in the world. They are comprehensive units, with living-in accommodation for teams, restaurants, medical and dental rooms, rest and recreation rooms, parking facilities and all have special boxes for Radio and Television transmissions. The vast majority were completed during the 1960's and 1970's. There are at the present 315 first class stadia throughout Brazil, of which 155 can accommodate over 10,000 spectators; 29 over 45,000 and 10 over 100,000. In 1983, 7.3 million spectators attended 322 games - compare this figure with the total population of Denmark (5.1 million), Switzerland (6.4 million), or Austria (7.5 million), and you will get an idea of the number of fans attending matches. The main stadia are as follows:

Rio de Janeiro Maracanã 160.000
São Paulo Morumbi 150.000
Porto Alegre Beira Rio 120.000
Curitiba Pinheirão 120.000
Fortaleza Castelão 120.000
Recife José Rego Maciel 120.000
Belo Horizonte Mineirão 110.000
Salvador Fonte Nova 100.000
Maceió Rei Pelé 100.000
Florianópolis Catarinão 100.000
Goiânia Serra Dourada 80.000
São Paulo Pacaembu 70.000
Manaus Vivaldo Lima 70.000
Porto Alegre Olímpico 70.000
Cuiabá Verdão 70.000
Teresina Lindolfo Monteiro 60.000
Aracajú Lourival Batista 55.000
Campo Grande Morenão 55.000
Natal Olímpico 50.000
Rio de Janeiro São Januário 50.000
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