This Monday, the stadium hosted its seventh and final match in the 2022 World Cup
This Tuesday, the dismantling of Estádio 974 began, the day after it hosted the seventh and final match of the 2022 World Cup, to make room for green and recreational areas.
Brazil’s 4-1 victory over South Korea, in the round of 16 of the 2022 World Cup, was the last match at the stadium that hosted six other matches in the competition, including Portugal’s first match against Ghana, 3-2, on November 24. , for the H group.
The case was built from 974 shipping containers, having been christened in this way with the state telephone code (00974), the first of three containers in the competition to disappear after the “eights”.
This morning, all the fabrics and nets that surrounded the stadium were removed, and the adjacent areas were cleaned, in a process that is taking place even before the end of the 2022 World Cup.
The cost of the work amounted to 300 million euros, and it became the first detachable stadium in the history of the World Cup, allowing it to be quickly assembled and disassembled.
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