Estádio Vivaldo Lima, usually known by its nickname Vivaldão, stadium in Manaus, Brazil. The stadium holds 43,000. It was built in 1970.
The Vivaldão is owned by the government of Amazonas state. The stadium is named after Vivaldo Lima, who was the founder of Nacional Fast Clube and it is the home ground of América Futebol Clube (AM), Nacional Futebol Clube and Atlético Rio Negro Clube.
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