Belford Roxo stadium

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Stadium Giulite Coutinho stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Stadium Giulite Coutinho
Rua Cosmorama, 200 - Cosmorama, Mesquita
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Los Larios Stadium stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Los Larios Stadium
Estrada Rio D'ouro, 3855 - Xerém
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Nova Iguaçu F.C. Stadium Jânio stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Nova Iguaçu F.C. Stadium Jânio
Avenida Governador Roberto Silveira, 1357 - Centro, Nova Iguaçu
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Beautiful Girl soccer stadium stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Beautiful Girl soccer stadium
Rua Sul América, 950 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Bonsucesso Futebol Clube stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Bonsucesso Futebol Clube
Avenida Teixeira de Castro, 54 - Bonsucesso, Rio de Janeiro
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Aniceto Moscoso Stadium stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Aniceto Moscoso Stadium
Rua Conselheiro Galvão, 130 - Madureira, Rio de Janeiro
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Stadium Sport stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Stadium Sport
Avenida Ministro Edgar Romério - Madureira, Rio de Janeiro
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Esporte Clube Miguel Couto - stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Esporte Clube Miguel Couto -
Rua Santa Bárbara, 705 - Miguel Couto, Nova Iguaçu
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Deodoro Stadium stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Deodoro Stadium
Estrada São Pedro de Alcântara - Vila Militar, Rio de Janeiro
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Estádio João Francisco dos Santos stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Estádio João Francisco dos Santos
Rua da Chita, 638 - Bangu, Rio de Janeiro
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Estádio da Rua Bariri stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Estádio da Rua Bariri
Olaria Atlético Clube, Rua Bariri, 251 - Olaria, Rio de Janeiro
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Estádio Nilton Santos stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Estádio Nilton Santos
Rua José dos Reis, 425 - Engenho de Dentro, Rio de Janeiro
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Campo do Coqueiro stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Campo do Coqueiro
São João de Meriti
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Estádio José de Alvarenga stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Estádio José de Alvarenga
Rua Altair, 152 - Heliópolis, Belford Roxo
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Estádio José Amorim (União stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Estádio José Amorim (União
Rua Vereador Celso Moreira Guerra, 18 - Parque Alian, São João de Meriti
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Louzadão stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Louzadão
Rua Hipólito, 500 - Vila Emil
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Nova Iguaçu Olympic Village stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Nova Iguaçu Olympic Village
Rua Governador Portela - Centro, Nova Iguaçu
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Football field stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Football field
Nilópolis
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J dos Santos stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
J dos Santos
São João de Meriti
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Stadium Arthur Sendas stadium Belford Roxo Brazil
Stadium Arthur Sendas
Rua Goiás, 164, São João de Meriti
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Stadiums in Belford Roxo

Belford Roxo stadium: Stadium Giulite Coutinho, Los Larios Stadium, Nova Iguaçu F.C. Stadium Jânio, Beautiful Girl soccer stadium, Bonsucesso Futebol Clube, Aniceto Moscoso Stadium, Stadium Sport, Esporte Clube Miguel Couto -, Deodoro Stadium, Estádio João Francisco dos Santos, Estádio da Rua Bariri, Estádio Nilton Santos, Campo do Coqueiro, Estádio José de Alvarenga, Estádio José Amorim (União, Louzadão, Nova Iguaçu Olympic Village, Football field, J dos Santos, Stadium Arthur Sendas

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