Estádio Aniceto Moscoso

Estádio Conselheiro Galvão
Full name Estádio Aniceto Moscoso
Location Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil
Opened June 15, 1941
Owner Madureira Esporte Clube
Surface Grass
Capacity 3,314
Field dimensions 101 m x 68 m
Madureira Esporte Clube

Estádio Aniceto Moscoso, usually known as Estádio Conselheiro Galvão, is a football stadium in Madureira neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 3,314 people.[1] The field dimensions are 101 m of length and 68 m of width. It was built in 1941.

Estádio Conselheiro Galvão is owned by Madureira Esporte Clube. The stadium is nicknamed after the street where it is located, Conselheiro Galvão Street.


In 1941, the works on Estádio Conselheiro Galvão were completed. The inaugural match was played on June 15 of that year, when Madureira beat Fluminense 3-1.

In 1995, the grass was reformed, and it was considered one of the best of Rio de Janeiro state at the time.

External links

  • Templos do Futebol
  • Madureira Official Website


Coordinates: 22°52′11.16″S 43°20′14.19″W / 22.8697667°S 43.3372750°W / -22.8697667; -43.3372750

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