Estádio Olímpico do Pará stadium, also known as Mangueirão and Estádio Estadual Jornalista Edgar Augusto Proença (State Stadium Edgar Augusto Proença, in English) is a football stadium inaugurated on March 4, 1978 in Belém, Pará, with a maximum capacity of 45,007 people. The stadium is owned by the Pará State Government, and is the home ground of Paysandu Sport Club and Clube do Remo. Its formal name honors Edgar Proença, a journalist and sport announcer of Pará state, and the founder of Rádio Paraense, the first Pará radio station.
In 2002, 24 years after the stadium inauguration, Mangueirão was reinaugurated as an olympic stadium. R$ 30 million were spent by the government of Pará state.
Mangueirão's most important match was the first leg of Copa dos Campeões final, played on July 31, 2002, when Cruzeiro beat Paysandu 2-1.
The inaugural match was played on March 4, 1978, when a Pará State all-stars team beat a Youngsters Uruguay national team 4-0. The first goal of the stadium was scored by Pará's Mesquita.
The reinaugural match was played on May 1, 2002, when Remo and Paysandu drew 2-2. The first goal of the stadium after the reinauguration was scored by Remo's Balão.