The same, in common agreement with the club, agreed with the transfer of the game Ypiranga x Santos that should take place on the 12th to the next 22nd. On the festive day, there were several games and games among the associates. It was goodbye to the games on the fields located on Ana Costa and Conselheiro Nébias avenues. Only the field rented by the club in 1912, in Vila Macuco, continued to be used for the club’s domestic league games until 1917. On October 12, Santos inaugurated its Sports Square.
Urbano Caldeira and Vila Belmiro
When the Santos stadium was founded, it was just called “Santos Field”, or “Santos Sports Square”.
Over the years, the name of the neighborhood also became the stadium’s nickname. On March 24, 1933, after the death of Urbano Caldeira, the field was officially renamed Estádio Urbano Caldeira.
The suggestion was made by Ricardo Pinto de Oliveira in honor of the greatest selfless person in Santos history. Despite the official name, the Alvinegro stadium is better known as Vila Belmiro. Over the years, it also received the popular names of “Alçapão da Vila” and “Most famous village in the world”.