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The Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro is a football stadium in the Brazilian city of Campina Grande. It can accommodate 25,770 spectators and serves the club Campinense Clube as homestead.


The Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro in Campina Grande, the second largest city in the Brazilian state of Paraíba, was built in 1975 and still opened in the same year. For the first game in the new stadium, the future users of the venue, Campinense Clube, and Botafogo FR, a Brazilian top club Rio de Janeiro met. Since this game finished 0-0, the first goal of the stadium was scored in the second game, from Pedrinho Cangula of Campinense in a game against local rivals FC Treze ( Result: 1-1). Since 1975, the Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro in Campina Grande is used by the local club Campinense Clube as the venue for home games. The club has remained without much success, only not won it 17 times the state championship of Paraíba, where the biggest opponents but only FC Treze or Botafogo FC, ​​however, not to be confused with the famous Botafogo from Rio de Janeiro hot, and all higher class than Campinense. Currently the club plays in the third Brazilian League Série C.

The Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro today can accommodate 25,770 spectators. The attendance record in the classic almost round Brazilian style built stadium dated February 7, 1982, when Flamengo Rio de Janeiro was with a match against FC Treze in Campina Grande and 41 149 spectators saw a 3-1 victory for the visitors. At that time, the stadium was also used by FC Treze, this plays today but in its own stadium, the Estádio Presidente Vargas. The Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro is named after Ernani Sátyro, who was from 1971 to 1975 governor of Paraíba. It is often referred to as Amigão, which is due to the name Ernani Sátyro gave his constituents. He called them amigos Velhos to German old friends.