The Estádio Milton Corrêa, usually known as Zerão, is a multi-purpose stadium located in Macapá, Brazil. It is used mostly for soccer matches and hosts the home matches of Amapá Clube, Esporte Clube Macapá, Trem Desportivo Clube and Ypiranga Clube.
The more interesting thing about it however is that a player can take the ball all the way from the northern to the southern hemisphere (and vice versa) while playing on the ground.This is because the halfline of the ground coincides with the equator.
If you are planning a quick trip to the ground to see if you can get your name into the Guinness book of records for kicking a ball from one hemisphere to the other the standard advice to all football kicking tourists is to wear a very large hat to keep the vertical rays of the sun off your head.
Soccertrivia: A stadium that straddles two hemispheres
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