28/07/2016 11h38 - Updated 28/07/2016 11h47

Manaus begins to receive on Friday the delegations of the Olympic Football Tournament Rio 2016

selections of training the start this weekend.
Photo: Alfredo Fernandes / Secom
Photo: Alfredo Fernandes / Secom

Missing a few days to the start of Rio's Olympic Football Tournament 2016 In Manaus, the teams that will compete in the Amazon Arena a place in the next stage of the competition start to land in Amazonian soil on Friday (29), and initiating the training at the weekend.

The delegation of Nigeria is the first to land at Eduardo Gomes International Airport, on Friday, however, even with the landing time not confirmed. Soon after is the turn of Sweden, arriving in Manaus at 16:30 Saturday, day 30 - The same day the Japanese delegation, disembarking at 23.40. On Sunday, day 31, Colombian land at the International Airport at 3, coming straight from Bogota.

trainings

The first activities with ball in manauaras fields also start happening this weekend, all not Sunday, day 31. Nigeria begins her activities at the Training Center (CT) Ismael Benigno, choline, in two hours, at 9:30 am and 16:30, while the men's team in Colombia also trains in two shifts - at 10h and 16h, both times in CT Carlos Zamith, Crowned in the neighborhood.

Already the selection of Sweden makes his first training session in Baré soil to 18h Sunday, no CT Carlos Zamith. At the same time, mas no CT Roberto Simonsen, within the Sesi, is the turn of Japan feel the atmosphere Amazon. All training sessions will be closed to the general public and only the press accredited by their own confederations will have access to training.

Tickets
While Manaus lives in expectation the Olympic spirit of the Rio Games 2016, the sale of tickets for the matches to be held in the Amazon Arena between days 4 e 9 August continuous full steam!

Since the Ticket Center opened in Manaus, in the Amazon Convention Center Vasco Vasques, with tickets from R $ 40, next to the Arena, but of 55% the total load of tickets sold.

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