Estádio Serra Dourada

Estádio Serra Dourada

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name = Estádio do Governo do Estado de Goiás
nickname = Serra Dourada

location = Goiânia,
Goiás, Brazil
broke_ground =
opened = 1975
owner = Goiás State Government
operator =
construction_cost =
architect = Paulo Mendes da Rocha
tenants = Goiás
Vila Nova
Atlético Goianiense

seating_capacity = 60,000

The Estádio Serra Dourada is a football stadium inaugurated on March 9, 1975 in Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil, with a maximum capacity of 60,000 people. It was designed by the Pritzker Prize-winner Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. The stadium is owned by the Goiás state Government, and is the home ground of Goiás Esporte Clube and Vila Nova Futebol Clube.


Serra Dourada was completed in 1975 and was inaugurated on March 9 of that same year. It was one of the venues of the 1989 Copa América. The stadium was also the neutral ground used by CONMEBOL in the 1981 Copa Libertadores group stage replay match between Flamengo and Atlético Mineiro, in which Flamengo was declared the winner by CONMEBOL, after five Atlético Mineiro players were sent off by the polemic referee José Roberto Wright.

The inaugural match was played on March 9, 1975, when Goiás State All-Stars beat the Portugal national team 2-1. The first goal of the stadium was scored by Portugal's Octávio. The stadium's attendance record currently stands at 79,610, set in the inauguration match.

The inauguration of Serra Dourada opened the way for Goiás Esporte Clube supremacy in the Goiás State Championship. From 1975 onwards (the so-called "Serra Dourada Era") the club won the State Championship seventeen times, while Goiânia, once the biggest team in the state, would never win the championship again.


*"Enciclopédia do Futebol Brasileiro", Volume 2 - Lance, Rio de Janeiro: Aretê Editorial S/A, 2001.

External links

* [ Templos do Futebol]
* [ Oficial Site (pt)]

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