Rio Summer Olympics Venues 2016

Venue Sports Capacity
Deodoro Arena D Fencing 5,000
Olympic Aquatics Stadium D Swimming and Synchronized swimming 18,000
Olympic BMX Center D Cycling (BMX) 7,500
Olympic Tennis Center D Tennis 18,250
Olympic Training Center – Hall 1 D Basketball 16,000
Olympic Training Center – Hall 2 D Judo and  Taekwondo 10,000
Olympic Training Center – Hall 3 D Wrestling 10,000
Olympic Training Center – Hall 4 D Handball 12,000
Olympic Whitewater Stadium D Canoe/Kayak (slalom) 8,000
Existing competition venues
Venue Sports Capacity
João Havelange Stadium B Athletics (track and field) 60,000
Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas B Rowing and Canoe/Kayak (sprint) 14,000
Estádio do Maracanã A Football 90,000
Maracanãzinho Arena A Volleyball 12,000
Maria Lenk Aquatic Center B Diving and Waterpolo 6,500
Marina da Glória B Sailing 10,000
National Equestrian Center B Equestrian 14,000
National Shooting Center B Shooting 6,850
Rio Olympic Arena (normally called HSBC Arena) A Gymnastics 12,000
Rio Olympic Velodrome B Cycling (track) 5,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 2 A Boxing 9,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 3 A Table tennis 7,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 4 A Badminton 6,500
Sambódromo B Archery and Athletics (marathon) 36,000
Temporary competition venues
Venue Sports Capacity
Copacabana Stadium C Beach volleyball 12,000
Deodoro Modern Pentathlon Park C Modern pentathlon 20,000
Flamengo Park C Athletics (race walk) and Cycling (road) 5,000
Fort Copacabana C Marathon swimming and Triathlon 5,000
Olympic Hockey Center C Field hockey 15,000
Olympic Mountain Bike Park C Cycling (mountain bike) 5,000
Riocentro – Pavilion 6 C Weightlifting 6,500
Competition venues outside Rio de Janeiro
Venue Sports Location Capacity
Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova A Football Salvador (BA) 60,000
Mané Garrincha Stadium A Football Brasília (DF) 76,000
Mineirão Stadium A Football Belo Horizonte (MG) 74,000
Arena Corinthians A Football São Paulo (SP) 48,000