30/07/2016 14h35 - Updated 30/07/2016 14h58

Swedish and Japanese come to Manaus to the football contest at the Olympics

The Amazonia Arena stadium will host three double rounds of competition in Rio 2016, in the days 4, 7 e 9 of August.
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Sweden's soccer players are the first to disembark in Manaus on Saturday (30) for the Olympic Football Tournament. The Amazonia Arena stadium will host three double rounds of competition in Rio 2016, in the days 4, 7 e 9 of August. The estimated time of arrival of the Swedes is 16:30. The Japanese will also land on Saturday in soil manauara, por volta the 23:30.

Early Sunday morning (31), Nigeria and Colombia reach the capital of Amazonas. The arrival of the Nigerian delegation was scheduled for the afternoon of Friday (29), but was postponed.

The teams have already started to train tomorrow. The team will be in Colombia Training Center (CT) Carlos Zamith, Crowned in the neighborhood, at 10h and 16h. At the same place, players from Sweden will train to 18h. Nigeria should start the activities at 16:30 on CT Ismael Benigno, stadium known as the Hill, in two hours, at 9:30 am and 16:30. The first training session of the Japanese team will be in CT Roberto Simonsen, within the Sesi.

The arrival of the women's teams of Colombia, South Africa, United States and Brazil are scheduled for 7 of August.

The delegations will be staying at Hotel Tropical, in the neighborhood of Ponta Negra, passing an inspection today to receive teams.

Safety
The federal government reported that the interim president, Michel Temer, authorized, in this Saturday, the role of the Armed Forces at the hotel until the day 12 of August.

The increase was asked by the governor of Amazonas, Jose Melo, "Which showed the depletion of the capacity of the state police to work in security delegations will be staying in that hotel during the period of the Olympic Games Rio 2016.".

They were sent 600 Military Army and Navy to the capital of Amazonas.

Source: Agency Brazil

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