When is Brazil’s next football match?

A soccer game in Brazil is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 15, with a capacity of about 20,000.

But the stadium in Sao Paulo where the World Cup is scheduled to be played is only the latest example of Brazil’s stadium problems.

In September, an estimated 12,000 people crowded into the Rio de Janeiro Stadium for a match between the Brazilian national team and the Argentina squad that was to be hosted there.

The match was canceled and the game was moved to the Estadio do Maracanã, a soccer venue in Rio’s favelas, which has a capacity just over 5,000 fans.

In the city of Curitiba, the stadium for Brazil’s upcoming friendly against Russia is nearly empty.

The country’s Olympic and Paralympic teams have been forced to pull out of the city due to the lack of a soccer stadium.

In April, the country’s stadium was the site of a massive riot, during which dozens of people were killed.

That same month, the Brazilian government issued a decree calling for the construction of a new stadium for the 2018 World Cup in Brazil.

The stadium was constructed at a cost of $2.7 billion.

The city of São Paulo is also struggling to get a new soccer stadium built.

The government recently approved a bill that would build a new 16,000-seat stadium for Brazilian soccer, but the project has been blocked by the federal government.