Rio's famous stadiums accommodate over 100,000 people and have been host to many championship games over the years, including the 1950 World Cup and Pele's last game.
From January through May, Rio de Janeiro's Championship is played in two cups: Gunabara's Cup and Rio's Cup. The two champions of each cup will play the final in two games and become Rio de Janeiro's champion team.
From May through December, the Brazilian Championship will take place, in which 20 teams play against each other to determine the Country's best team.
General seating is individual and under cover, and your guide is always in attendance. Note that the schedule is subject to change without prior notice.