Ford Field: the stadium for major competitions

Ford Field, stadium located in Detroit, United States, is home to the Detroit Lions, an American football team. Inaugurated in 2002, the following year it hosted the largest audience for a basketball game, receiving more than 78,000 people for the competition between the universities of Kentucky and the state of Michigan.

The stadium, which holds up to 80,000 people, has hosted the Super Bowl, the final of the American football league, and WrestleMania, the world’s biggest wrestling event. The entire structure to host events of this size required 820 tons of cement and 80,000 m³ of concrete from Votorantim Cimentos in its construction.