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Estádio Beira-Rio


Estádio José Pinheiro Borda
Beira-Rio, Gigante da Beira-Rio
Beira-Rio Internacional - 4.jpg
Full name Estádio José Pinheiro Borda
Location Av. Padre Cacique, 621-1571, Praia de Belas, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Broke ground September 12, 1956
Opened April 6, 1969
Renovated Fall 2013
Owner Sport Club Internacional
Operator SPE Holding Beira-Rio S/A
Surface TifGrand™ (2013-present) Bermuda Green (1980-2013)
Architect Hype Studio
Capacity 51,300
Field dimensions 105 x 68 m
Tenants
Sport Club Internacional

Estádio José Pinheiro Borda, better known as Estádio Beira-Rio (Portuguese pronunciation: [esˈtadʒiu ˈbejɾɐ ˈʁiu], Riverside Stadium) due to its location beside the Guaíba River, is a football stadium in Porto Alegre, Brazil. It serves as the home stadium for Sport Club Internacional. It is named after José Pinheiro Borda, an elderly Portuguese engineer who supervised the building of the stadium but died before seeing its completion.

Estádio Beira-Rio replaced Internacional's previous stadium, the Estádio dos Eucaliptos.


Estádio Beira-Rio General Information


  • Grass: Bermuda Green (imported from the USA). After renovation: TifGrand™ .
  • Box offices: 4, with 68 booths.
  • Toilets: 39. After renovation: 81.
  • Capacity 56,000. After renovation: 51.300 (5,000 VIP seats).
  • Executive suites 33. After renovation: 125 (70 suites + 55 skyboxes).
  • Video screens 1 (42m²). After renovation 2 (100m² each).
  • Parking 2,000. After renovation: 5,500.
  • Record Attendance 106,554 (Rio Grande do Sul All-Stars team 3-3 Brazil's national team, on June 17, 1972).

Estádio Beira-Rio History


Embankment on the Rio Guaíba

In 1956, councilman Sport Club Internacional.

Estádio Beira-Rio was constructed with the help of the club's enthusiasts and supporters. They contributed bringing bricks, concrete and iron.

First years of construction

During the 1960s, Estádio Beira-Rio was ironically called "Bóia Cativa", since it seemed that never it would be concluded, especially since those were difficult times for Internacional on the field.

The stadium's debut was played on April 6, 1969, when Internacional beat Portugal's Benfica 2–1. The first goal ever scored in the stadium was done by Internacional's Claudiomiro.


Estádio Beira-Rio Current situation


Beira-Rio is the biggest stadium in the Rio Grande do Sul state and also South Brazil. Recently, the stadium's field was chosen as the best in an election by captains of the 20 teams that participate in Campeonato Brasileiro Série A. The Beira-Rio complex also houses a chapel, an events center, bars, stores and a parking lot for 3,000 cars. Parque Gigante, featuring pools, gyms, football fields, and tennis courts, is located next to it.


Estádio Beira-Rio Improvement and restoration


Rendering of stadium after current restoration

The stadium is about to undergo restoration and developments that would make it fit to host matches during the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. Internacional has a project of restoration and improvement of Beira-Rio complex named 'Gigante Para Sempre' (Giant Forever). The stadium will be adapted to an international standard, ready to host any national or international game.

Estadio Beira-Rio in 2009

Estádio Beira-Rio Parking

For the convenience of the public who frequent games, concerts, stores, and restaurants at the complex, a parking building will be constructed with a lower height than the trees. This will reduce the impact on the garden landscape. On the other side of the complex there will be another parking lot beneath the promenade.


Estádio Beira-Rio Additional Pitches

The additional pitches, used for training of the senior and youth teams will have a new arrangement. New pitches and courts will be constructed.


Estádio Beira-Rio The Lower Tier

Seats in the lower tier of the stadium will be modified, the current seats will be demolished and new seats put in closer to the pitch. Construction is well underway.


Estádio Beira-Rio 2014 FIFA World Cup


Date Time (UTC-03) Team #1 Res. Team #2 Round Attendance
June 15, 2014 16:00  France Match 10  Honduras Group E
June 18, 2014 13:00  Australia Match 20  Netherlands Group B
June 22, 2014 16:00  South Korea Match 32  Algeria Group H
June 25, 2014 13:00  Nigeria Match 43  Argentina Group F
June 30, 2014 17:00 Winner Group G Match 54 Runner-up Group H Round of 16

Estádio Beira-Rio References


Events and tenants
Preceded by
Estadio Defensores del Chaco (Asunción)
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Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Buenos Aires)
Copa Libertadores
Final Venues

1980
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Estadio Centenario (Montevideo)
Succeeded by
Estádio do Maracanã (Rio de Janeiro)
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Estadio Nacional (Santiago)
Preceded by
Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Buenos Aires)
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Estadio Palogrande (Manizales)
Copa Libertadores
Final Venues

2005
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Estádio do Morumbi (São Paulo)
Succeeded by
Beira Rio (Porto Alegre)
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Estádio do Morumbi (São Paulo)
Preceded by
Estádio Beira-Rio (Porto Alegre)
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Estádio do Morumbi (São Paulo)
Copa Libertadores
Final Venues

2006
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Estádio do Morumbi (São Paulo)
Succeeded by
Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Buenos Aires)
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Estádio Olímpico Monumental (Porto Alegre)
Preceded by
Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Buenos Aires)
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Estádio do Morumbi (São Paulo)
Recopa Sudamericana
Final Venues

2007
*
Estadio Hidalgo (Pachuca)
Succeeded by
Estadio Juan D. Perón (Avellaneda)
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Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Buenos Aires)
Preceded by
Estadio Azteca (Mexico City)
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Estadio Juan D. Perón (Avellaneda)
Copa Sudamericana
Final Venues

2008
*
Estadio Ciudad de La Plata (La Plata)
Succeeded by
Estadio Casa Blanca (Quito)
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Estádio do Maracanã (Rio de Janeiro)
Preceded by
Estadio Juan D. Perón (Avellaneda)
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Estadio Alberto J. Armando (Buenos Aires)
Recopa Sudamericana
Final Venues

2009
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Estadio Casa Blanca (Quito)
Succeeded by
Estadio Casa Blanca (Quito)
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Estadio José Luis Meiszner (Quilmes)
Preceded by
Estadio Ciudad de La Plata (La Plata)
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Mineirão (Belo Horizonte)
Copa Libertadores
Final Venues

2010
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Estadio Omnilife (Zapopan)
Succeeded by
La Bombonera (Buenos Aires)
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Estádio do Pacaembu (São Paulo)

Coordinates: 30°3′56.21″S 51°14′9.91″W / 30.0656139°S 51.2360861°W / -30.0656139; -51.2360861



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