Arena Pantanal is a football stadium that opened in 2014 ahead of Brazil hosting the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The stadium had a capacity of 41,390 during the tournament and hosted four group matches.
The stadium was officially opened on the on 2nd April 2014 with a Copa do Brasil match between local side Mixto and Santos that finished 0-0. Following the World Cup, the ground has been the home of Cuiabá as well as smaller local clubs such as Mixto. There were plans to reduce capacity to 28,000, however this has not happened to date and current capacity is 44,000.
Tenants: Cuiabá (Brasileiro Série A)
Tickets at Arena Pantanal
Tickets for Cuiabá matches are available to purchase online, at the club store at the Shopping Estacao mall or at the stadium on matchday.
Location & Travel to Arena Pantanal
The Arena Pantanal is located approximately 3 kilometres to the west of central Cuiabá, the state capital of Mato Grosso in central Brazil.
Airport: Marechal Rondon International Airport is the city’s primary airport, primarily offering domestic flights across Brazil but with some international services to South America. The airport is approximately 7 kilometres south of downtown Cuiabá and can be reached using Bus 007.
Walk: Walking from downtown Cuiabá will take about 40 minutes.