Still a work in progress but already in use by the players.
this one is particularly cool:
It's actually meant to resemble a temple. It's quite plain and square, just like old greek or roman temples. The initial idea about the name would be "Temple of the Faithful Ones" (Faithful it's Corinthians' fans 'nickname', "Fielzão" something like "Big Faithful") but the naming rights will be...
And here's the full guide for all brazilian stadiums, with Morumbi stadium yet to be swaped by Corinthians':
In your left, under "Estádios escolhidos" (which is right under the link "Copa FIFA 2010") there's a list with all the names, their...
Let's face it - saopaulinos should be the last people on earth to state ANYTHING about public money on stadiums. Period.
Just a respectful - no irony here - opinion.
It just pisses me that people raise this question so frequently since the very moment the stadium was announced, when it was...
Public money? Where?
It's Odebrecht's money, not government's.
And why a Corinthians' stadium?
Because Brazil and specially São Paulo deserve a goddmamn new stadium, not a rehauled crap built back in the 40's.
It's Corinthians' stadium, yet to be built.
Deadline: March 2013.
The initial project was designed for 48,000 atendants, expansible to 70,000, acording to FIFA's norms for WC stadiums.