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Cuiaba

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Established
2001 (23 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Arena Pantanal
(42,968 Capacity)

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Location
Cuibá, Brazil

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Competitions
Brazilian Serie A
Copa do Brasil
Copa Sudamericana

Last Edit
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Upcoming
13/03 Portuguesa R - Cuiaba
13/04 Atletico PR - Cuiaba
17/04 Cuiaba - Vitoria
20/04 Gremio - Cuiaba
27/04 Cuiaba - Atletico MG

Results
22/02 Real Noroest 1 - 4 Cuiaba
07/12 Cuiaba 3 - 0 Atletico PR
03/12 Flamengo 2 - 1 Cuiaba
29/11 Cuiaba 0 - 2 Internaciona
26/11 Sao Paulo 0 - 0 Cuiaba

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Cuiabá Esporte Clube, or Cuiabá, as they are usually called, is a Brazilian football team from Cuiabá in Mato Grosso, founded on December 12, 2001.

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Stadium or Home

Arena Pantanal is a multi-use stadium in Cuiabá, Brazil. Completed on 26 April 2014, it is used mostly for football and hosted four group stage matches during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. During the World Cup, the arena had a capacity of 41,390, and currently can seat 44,003 spectators.

Prior to its use for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the venue received much criticism. It suffered a fire in October 2013, due to polystyrene insulation panels catching alight. Although nobody was injured, the fire came within 24 hours of the state governor of Mato Grosso warning that it may not be finished for the World Cup. On the day of its opening, on 24 April 2014, 5,000 seats were still to be installed in the stadium. Next to the football stadium is the Ginásio Aecim Tocantins.

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