The rubber room at the Rubber Seal Playground in Brazil has been a popular spot for players of all ages for nearly two decades.
The rubber room, which opened in 1988, has attracted a large number of players, including some of the country’s best-known players such as Brazilian superstar Ronaldo.
It has been called “The Jungle” by many in Brazil.
According to a report by the Brazilian government, the average number of visitors to the rubber room in 2016 was around 40,000 people.
The facility opened on May 5, 2016, and opened in May of last year.
The Rubber Seal, a subsidiary of the Brazilian Football Federation (Fédério Brasileiro de Fútbol), has about 4,000 employees and about 300 workers at the Playground, including rubber stamping, stamping and painting.
The facilities manager, Fabiana Doria, said the facility has attracted many international and local talent.
The Jungle is not only a beautiful environment for players, she added, but it has also been a source of pride for the players themselves.
The venue was designed in 1992 by a company called The Rubber Seal.
A large wooden structure with a rubber seal on top of it is located at the end of the Playfield, about 5 minutes drive from the capital Brasilia.
The walls are covered in a rubber material, called rubber cement, and it is sprayed by a special machine that measures the density of the rubber.
The concrete is used to fill the spaces and to fill holes.
The structure was designed for a single player, with three people playing simultaneously.
The building has been open since 2010, and the Jungle has been used as a training ground since then, according to Doria.
The number of participants has increased since the Jungle opened, she said.
The average age of players at the Jungle was about 16 years, Doria said.
She said that the Jungle is a great training ground for young players.
The first season of the Jungle, in 2014, was one of the biggest in the history of the Fútdério and it was also the first time that there were more than 30,000 players at a single location.
In 2016, the Jungle hosted its first official World Cup qualifying tournament, a match between Brazil and Croatia.