São Paulo vs Flamengo: Nation continues to sell out visitor tickets for Brazil

In the Brasileirão 2022, there was not a Flamengo game away from home in which Mais Querido played without the support of its fans. Thus, the Nation has sold out tickets for all the away games so far. Against São Paulo it was no different. There are no more tickets for the visiting sector of Morumbi, for the match on Saturday (6), which takes place at 8:30 pm (Brasilia time).

São Paulo Flamengo
São Paulo Flamengo

Of the 21 Brasileirão games so far, including the match against São Paulo, there are 11 away games. That is, 11 times selling out tickets for the visiting sector. In all, Mengo has already put more than 30,000 fans in stadiums playing away from home.

This reflects support within the home. The Nation is always present in any place in Brazil, in any stadium. Therefore, the club has the five largest audiences in Brazilian football in 2022, four playing at Maracanã and one at Mané Garrincha.

65,392 – Flamengo 4 x 0 Youth – Mané Garrincha (Brasileirão)
64,816 – Flamengo 0 x 0 Palmeiras – Maracanã (Brasileirão)
64,709 – Fluminense 1 x 1 Flamengo – Maracanã (Cariocão)
62,624 – Flamengo 2 x 0 Atlético-MG – Maracanã (Brazil Cup)
61,335 – Bangu 0 x 6 Flamengo – Maracanã – (Cariocão)
Flamengo’s upcoming matches
After the Brasileirão game against São Paulo, Mengão has some decisions ahead. On Tuesday (9), at 9:30 pm, Mengo will face Corinthians again for the quarterfinals of Libertadores. The Mais Querido won the first leg by 2 to 0 and seeks to confirm the spot in Maracanã.

For the Brasileirão, on August 14, Rubro-Negro faces the first of two consecutive clashes against Athletico. But the first game takes place at the Maracanã at 16:00 and may give clues to what will happen on the return to the quarter-finals of the Copa do Brasil.

The Most Wanted tried, but did not get out of the goalless tie in the first leg. At Arena da Baixada, the team will try not to be surprised and win on August 17, at 9:30 pm. Finally, Flamengo will go to São Paulo to face Palmeiras for the Brasileirão on August 21, at 4 pm.

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