|35 000 (Covered seats)
|FC São Paulo
|Morumbi (nickname), Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (1960–2023)
|Cr$ 79 million
|146 032 (Corinthians – Ponte Preta)
|João Batista Vilanova Artigas
|Praça Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, 1 – Morumbi, São Paulo
Brazil: Stadium name change in São Paulo after over 60 years
Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo, commonly known as Morumbi, is changing its name following a three-year contract for the naming rights sold to the company Mondelez International. This marks the first name change for São Paulo's home venue since its opening in October 1960.
Brazil: An innovation centre opened at Estádio do Morumbi
Earlier this year the home stadium of São Paulo FC entered a three-year sponsorship deal with cryptocurrency platform Bitso. Now, another tech initiative is going to prosper at the venue. The innovation centre called “Inova.São” has just been inaugurated there.
Sao Paulo: Lucky them for not hosting the World Cup
The prestige of FIFA World Cup led to many new stadiums in Brazil, which now hardly have a stable future. Corinthians are burried in debt after hosting the opening game. Meanwhile FC São Paulo can be relieved that their stadium was dropped from the list.
COVID-19 crisis: South America turns stadiums to hospitals
Though the continent hasn't yet seen as many cases as Europe or North America, football clubs are donating their stadiums, first of which are being converted into field hospitals or used for other purposes.
Brazil: Only 16 stadiums ranked above average
Brazilian sports ministry ranked 155 football stadia across the country, giving them notes of 1-5 stars. Just 16 venues were given 4-5 stars, while 88 were ranked 1-2.
Ranking: New stadiums change football in the Americas
15 most valuable clubs of both Americas represent only 4 countries. But the ranking may have some surprises as new stadiums pull Mexican and US teams forward, leaving Argentinean giants behind.