- Address: Rua Turiaçu, São Paulo
- Country: Brazil
- Capacity: 43,000
- Opened: 19 November 2014
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Palmeiras (football)
Extra stadium info – Allianz Parque
The construction of the venue named Allianz Parque started in 2010. It opened with a football match. Several world famous artists performed at the stadium. The venue is known as the home of Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras, one of the first Brazilian sports clubs with 1 million followers on its main social media page. The club was founded in 1914 under a different name. They won the Brazilian cup tournament in 1998 for the first time in their history after defeating Cruzeiro. In 2018, SE Palmeiras became the first Brazilian football club with 10 domestic top-flight league titles. They drew an average attendance of 32,000 in 19 home games in that domestic league season. Palmeiras won the Brazilian super cup in 2023 for the first time in their history after beating Flamengo.
Palmeiras in 1999
In 1999, Palmeiras won the South American championship for football clubs for the first time in their history. They won the title after beating the Colombian side Deportivo Cali in a two-legged final. Later that year, Palmeiras played their first-ever decisive world championship match. The game took place in the Japanese city of Tokyo in front of a crowd of 53,000. The world famous English club Manchester United won the match. Roy Keane, the former Irish midfielder who played hundreds of matches for Manchester United, scored the only goal of the game.
Palmeiras in the 2020s
In 2020, Palmeiras were crowned South American football champions for the second time in their history. They won the title after defeating Santos FC in Rio de Janeiro. Breno Henrique Vasconcelos Lopes scored the only goal in the final between Palmeiras and Santos FC. In 2021, Palmeiras were crowned South American football champions for the third time in their history. They won the title after beating Flamengo 2-1. 55,000 spectators showed up for the final, which took place in the Uruguayan city of Montevideo.