Artículos de revistas
Occupancy Rate In The Brazilian Arenas Constructed For Fifa World Cup: A Matter Of Engineering And Projects
Taxa De OcupaÃ§Ã£o Das Arenas ApÃ³s A Copa Do Mundo Fifa No Brasil: Uma QuestÃ£o De Engenharia De Empreendimentos
Revista Brasileira De Futsal E Futebol. Inst Brasileiro Pesquisa & Ensino Fisiologia Exercicio- Ibpefex, v. 8, p. 280 - 285, 2016.
Marco Antonio; de Argollo Ferrao
In the year 2014 the Brazil hosted the biggest football tournament in the world, the FIFA World Cup, an event that brought together the top 32 selections today's national a tournament awaited with excitement to all lovers of the most popular sport on the planet every four years. To host this event Brazil has reformed (updated) or built 12 stadiums, which began to be called arenas, assuming the profile of contemporary large spaces for multiple use. However, some questions refer to original use of these spaces, which is sheltering football matches. Thus, what would have been the rate of occupancy of these stadiums (or, arenas) in the main football competition of the country immediately after the FIFA World Cup? This work presents the results of a survey carried out on the basis of official data from CBF to the Brazilian football championship of the first division. The numbers do not seem to be encouraging, but show that there is a way to reverse the situation and achieve in certain circumstances an occupancy rate in arenas similar to those observed during the world.830280285