Through its official website, Fluminense announced details of the fans’ party with the players for the Libertadores title won last Saturday. The event will take place next Sunday, November 12th, and will take place at Praça XV, downtown Rio de Janeiro, starting at 7am.
The parade will start at 9 am and go until 12 pm, with the electric trio taking the players from Rua Primeiro de Março, on the corner of Rua Buenos Aires, to Rua Araújo Porto Alegre, following Avenida Presidente Antônio Carlos.
It is worth noting that flags with wooden rods (those that are normally in the stands) will not be allowed, only with plastic rods, like the ones that were present in the final at Maracanã. The club recommends that fans use public transport and there will be blockades and searches on the streets.
Find out more details:
– The party will feature a show, cheering drums, the presence of the Libertadores Cup and special guests;
– Flags with plastic poles, like those used by the fans at Maracanã in Saturday’s final, are allowed. Take yours;
– Flags with wooden poles will not be permitted;
– Fans should gather at Praça XV from 7am;
– There will be blockades on the surrounding streets and search for access to the location;
– The parade of the electric trio that will take the players will start from Rua Primeiro de Março, on the corner of Rua Buenos Aires, and will follow Avenida Presidente Antônio Carlos to the corner of Rua Araújo Porto Alegre. The party will start at 9am and end at 12pm;
– The recommendation is that fans choose to get to the venue using public transport. Anyone taking the subway should disembark at Carioca station;
– Only accredited street vendors will have access to the site;
– The following objects will not be permitted: flags with wooden or bamboo poles, glass bottles and utensils, explosive devices (such as bombs and fireworks), ropes, stereos, flammable material, gas cylinders, bicycles and scooters, chairs and benches, umbrellas and coolers (except from licensed vendors), ice carts and sharp and/or piercing objects.