|Full name||Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro|
|Location||Campina Grande, Brazil|
|Owner||Paraiba state government|
|Field size||110 x 75m|
|Treze Futebol Clube
Estádio Governador Ernani Sátyro, usually known by its nickname Amigão (sometimes called O Amigão), is a multi-purpose stadium in Campina Grande, Brazil. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 35,000. The stadium was built in 1975.
The Amigão is owned by the government of Paraíba state. The stadium is named after Ernani Sátyro, who was the governor of Paraíba state from 1971 to 1975. Amigão means Big Friend in Portuguese language and it refers to the way Ernani Sátyro called his voters, amigos velhos, meaning old friends.
The first goal of the stadium was scored on March 16, 1975 by Campinense's Pedrinho Cangula when Campinense and Treze drew 1-1.
The stadium's attendance record currently stands at 41,149, set on February 7, 1982 when Flamengo beat Treze 3-1.
- Enciclopédia do Futebol Brasileiro, Volume 2 - Lance, Rio de Janeiro: Aretê Editorial S/A, 2001.
- (Portuguese) Nacional não deve jogar em Patos na fase final da Série C do Brasileiro - WSCOM (October 7, 2007) (retrieved on November 23, 2007)