The Estádio Bruno José Daniel, sometimes called Brunão or Estádio Municipal Bruno José Daniel, is a football stadium in Santo André, São Paulo state. The stadium, which opened on December 14, 1969, has a maximum capacity of 18,000 people. It is owned by the City Hall of Santo André, and is the home of Santo André. Its formal name honors Bruno José Daniel, who was mayor of Santo André at the time of the stadium's construction.
|Full name||Estádio Municipal Bruno José Daniel|
|Location||Santo André, São Paulo state|
|Coordinates||23°40′10″S 46°30′33″W / 23.66944°S 46.50917°WCoordinates: 23°40′10″S 46°30′33″W / 23.66944°S 46.50917°W|
|Public transit||Prefeito Celso Daniel - Santo André|
|Owner||Municipality of Santo André|
|Field size||105 x 68 m|
|Opened||December 14, 1969|
|Esporte Clube Santo André|
The stadium's inaugural match was played on December 14, 1969, when Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras beat Santo André 4–0.
The stadium's attendance record currently stands at 19,000, set on June 3, 1979 when Santo André beat Corinthians 2–1.
In 1985, the stadium hosted a Menudos band show. This event damaged the field. The Municipal Prefecture of Santo André only fixed the field a year later, due to lack of funds.
In 2005, Estádio Bruno José Daniel was used for the first time in a Copa Libertadores game. On March 10 of that year, Santo André and Cerro Porteño of Paraguay drew 2-2.
- Enciclopédia do Futebol Brasileiro, Volume 2 - Lance, Rio de Janeiro: Aretê Editorial S/A, 2001.