Rio’s city hall permits public to attend Flamengo’s Libertadores soccer match

On Friday (30), the state government allowed soccer fans to occupy 10% of the total capacity of the Maracanã stadium.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Another victory for Flamengo to return to play in front of their fans in the stands. After coming to Brasilia and performing to an audience, the Cariocas will no longer have to leave "home".

On Friday morning (30/7), Rio de Janeiro allowed fans to be present at Maracanã stadium for the next game of the "Rubronegro" in the Libertadores Cup competition, which will be against Olimpia Paraguay. The match is scheduled for August 18.

However, only 10% of the stadium's capacity was authorized for fans to be present, well below the 25% released in . . .

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