Here is your guide to attend to your national team's matches in Brazil


Check which metro line operates in each of the 5 host cities, the items you can’t take to the stadiums and more recommendations.

CONMEBOL Copa América 2019 has arrived. This Friday, June 14, the whole continent will vibrate with the inauguration of the tournament and the first match of Group B, between the local and Bolivian national team, at the Morumbi Stadium in Sao Paulo.

If you are one of those who will be attending the tournament, consider the following suggestions so that you have a safe visit to Brazil and enjoy all the activities of the oldest tournament of national teams in the world.


Follow the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019 social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and find out all the information about the tournament. You can also check the website for press releases, team news and more.

Sitio Oficial:
Facebook: /CopaAmerica
Instragram: @copaamerica
Twitter: @CopaAmerica


  • Check the weather forecast and be prepared. However, do not wear an umbrella, as this is one of the prohibited articles. If necessary, it is better to wear a raincoat.
  • You’ll go through a security check. Prohibited or restricted items will be collected and will not be returned. The complete list of prohibited items and other conditions can be found at!/termos
  • Use public transportation. It will not be possible to park in and around the stadiums. Plan your trip in advance, as transportation and stadiums will be very crowded. Arrival and departure may be delayed.
  • Arrive early: stadium doors will open three hours before the start of the match. In the opening match and in the grand finale, the opening will be four hours before the match.
  • To facilitate your entry, avoid carrying purses or backpacks. If necessary, prefer the small ones that fit in your lap or under the seat.
  • Identify the children and other special cases with bracelets available at the Information counters.
  • If necessary, contact the Spectator Services (STS) team. They will be dressed in orange and will be able to give you the information and assistance you need.
  • Smoking is not allowed in competition areas, except when there are areas reserved for smoking. STS officials in the stadium can provide guidance.
  • Inside the Copa América facilities, payments can only be made in cash or with debit, credit or prepaid cards, preferably with MasterCard.


People with disabilities or reduced mobility, such as obese people, the elderly, pregnant women, infants and people with small children, have a preferential attention in the accesses to the facilities and in the services offered to audience in the stadiums.

Learn to read your ticket. For more information visit the following link: Spectator Guide

Learn more at the Public Information Counters.


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How to get to the stadiums:

Morumbi Stadium – São Paulo

The São Paulo Futebol Clube Home, Morumbi is the largest stadium in the city and local opening of the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019.

Address: Praça Roberto Gomes Pedrosa, 1 – Morumbi, São Paulo – SP, 05653-070.

Capacity: 67.000

How do I get there?


Morumbi Station (Line 4 – Yellow) is 1.5 km from the Morumbi Stadium.


  • 5119-10 Largo 5ão Francisco – Terminal Capelinha
  • 746H-10 Santo Amaro – Jardim Jaqueline
  • 647A-10 Pinheiros – Vaio Velho
  • 807J-10 Shopping Morumbi – Terminal Campo Limpo
  • 775F-31 Parque do Povo – Jardim das Palmas
  • 647P-10 Terminal Pinheiros – Cohab Adventista
  • 775F-10 Hospital das Clínicas – Jardim das Palmas
  • 756A-10 E.T. Água Espraiada – Jardim Paulo VI
  • 809J-10 Terminal Pinheiros – Jardim Colombo
  • 5119-22 Largo São Francisco – Terminal João Dias (overnight)
  • 807M-10 Shopping Morumbi – Terminal Campo Limpo
  • N747-11Terminal Pinheiro – Terminal João Dias (overnight)

Transport Service for Reduced Mobility

Atende+: Shuttle Metro Morumbi/ Gate 4

More information on availability in public transportation at:

Arena Corinthians – São Paulo

The Arena Corinthians is located in the eastern part of the city of São Paulo. The modern Arena, of the Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, hosted the opening of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Address: Av. Miguel Ignácio Curi, 111 – Artur Alvim, São Paulo – SP, 08295-005 

How do I get there?

East Entrance:


Line 3 Red – Corinthians-Itaquera Station


Line 11 Coral – Corinthians-Itaquera Station

Accessible station: The Corinthians-Itaquera metro and train stations are accessible. From these stations, two will be available for the greater comfort of people in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility.

West Entrance


Line 3 Red – Arthur Alvim Station

Atende+ is an accessible auxiliary transportation service offered by the prefecture of São Paulo. Learn more about accessibility in public transportation at: http://www.

Arena Fonte Nova – Salvador

The Arena Fonte Nova is located in the central area of Salvador, in one of the tourist places of the city, the Dique de Tororó. It is the only stadium in the Northeast of Brazil that hosts games of the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019.

How do I get there?

Since the opening of the Campo da Pólvora Metro station, it has become one of the best options to get to the Fonte Nova Arena, especially for those who live far from the city center.

Line 2 now operates to the Airport station. From this line, it is necessary to make a connection for line 1, at the Acceso Norte station, and continue until Campo da Pólvora.

The station is approximately 600m from the stadium. From there, the entrances of the Ladeira da Fonte das Pedras is the nearest, however, to the Dique the access is also simple.

Grêmio Arena – Porto Alegre

The modern Arena do Grêmio, inaugurated in December 2012 and located in a region close to the Salgado Filho Airport, will receive one of the semifinals of the CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019.

Address: Av. Padre Leopoldo Brentano, 110 – Humaitá, Porto Alegre – RS, 90250-590

Capacity: 60.000

How to get there?

Anchieta station is 1km away, there is also Farrapos station, which is 3 km away from the stadium, is quite used for shows and events in the arena.

Mineirão stadium – Belo Horizonte

The main stadium in the state of Minas Gerais is the Governador Magalhães Pinto stadium, known as Mineirão, a stage for countless national and international finals. It was modernized for the 2014 FIFA World Cup and will be the stage for one of the semi-finals of CONMEBOL Copa América Brazil 2019.

Address: Av. Antônio Abrahão Caram, 1001 – São José, Belo Horizonte – MG, 31275-000.

Capacity: 63.000

How to get there?

Bus lines that operate to the Mineirão.

MOVE Lines

– MOVE Line 64 (Venda Nova/Assembleia via Carlos Luz Station)

– MOVE Line 67 (Vilarinho/Santo Agostinho via Carlos Luz Station)

– MOVE Line 5106 (Bandeirantes/BH Shopping)

– MOVE Line 5401 (São Luís/Dom Cabral) 

Conventional Lines

– Line 503 (São Gabriel/Aparecida/Santa Rosa Station)

– Line 504 (São Gabriel/Santa Rosa/Aparecida Station)

– Line 506 (Ponto São José /Av. Antônio Carlos Station)

– Line S50 (Caiçara/Nova Vista via UFMG)

– Line S51 (Circular Pampulha)

– Line S53 (Confisco/Ouro Minas)

Maracanã Stadium – Rio de Janeiro

Fully renovated for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the Maracanã is the largest stadium in Brazil and will host for the second time a CONMEBOL Copa América final – the first was in the 1989 edition. 

Address: Av. Pres. Castelo Branco, Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro – RJ, 20271-130. 

Capacity: 78.000 

How do I get there?

Preferably by public transport to Maracanã metro station or São Cristovão station. It is also possible to use São Francisco Xavier station and walk.


Line 2 – Green: Maracanã (accessible station), São Cristóvão

Line 1 – Red: Saint Francis Xavier and Alfonso Pena

Train (Supervia)

Maracanã and São Cristóvão stations (all extensions).